Our BioChar is made from waste organic matter from local industries.  The method used to create our BioChar is unlike most others.  We do not use the double boiler type retort that requires wood to be sacrificed as an initial heat source.  Our process for creating biochar yields nearly 100% carbon capture.  After our BioChar is done, we have less than .2% ash by volume.

BioChar Standards

– <2% Contaminants          

-450 Deg Celsius          

– >60% Carbon by Volume          

Our BioChar

          – <1% Contaminants

          – 510 Deg Celsius

          – >80% Carbon by Volume

     Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis. Biochar is under investigation as an approach to Carbon sequestration as it has the potential to help mitigate climate change It results from processes related to pyrogenic carbon capture and storage Independently, biochar can increase soil fertility of acidic soils (low pH soils), increase agricultural productivity, and provide protection against some foliar and soil-borne diseases. Regarding the definition from the production part, biochar is defined by the International Biochar Initiative as “The solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment”.    –Wikipedia 2019

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