Unleash the Power of Biochar:
Transforming biobased materials for net negative carbon emissions and energy production

Biochar is the product of pyrolysis that holds immense potential. A stable carbon composition that will remain in soil and other products for millennia. Join us in scaling this remarkable resource and unlocking its benefits for a bright green future.

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Do you have more questions about biochar production? don't hesitate to send us a question!

What is Biochar?

Biochar is a porous material which is made through a process called pyrolysis. After the pyrolysis process, the solid carbon that remains will form a stable organic compound that can attract other substances without reacting to them. The biochar retains: water, nutrients, microbials and pollutants and can also be used in various applications such as soil improvement, filter applications and construction materials. On top of that, if Biochar is used in the metallurgical industry, it can also substitute fossil coal. Within its properties, biochar can not only reduce carbon emissions but also reduce the negative effects of climate change such as draught and erosion. A single gram of biochar can have a surface area of over 1000 sqm.

Why is Biochar climate positive?

Biochar and syngas are produced in the pyrolysis process. The syngas is commonly used for bio-energy production. The biochar consist of a carbon in a very stable form called biochar. Biochar has a wide range of properties including its ability to keep water and nutrients available to plants with a slow release which makes it even more climate friendly! It is important to know that depending on the process, for every ton of produced biochar and used in an application where it is not combusted, about 3-4 tons less carbon dioxide is being released into the atmosphere. As long as bio-based materials are used the excess energy is also carbon neutral.

What happens during the pyrolysis process?

The pyrolysis process is both a gasification and a carbonization process. This happens when carbon rich materials are exposed to heat up an oxygen free environment. At about 400 °C, hydrocarbons start to release its hydrogen and what is left is biochar and a mixed gas called syngas. The syngas can also be used for energy production or it can be condensed for production of bio-oil.

What materials can be pyrolyzed?

Any organic material can be pyrolyzed but not every organic material can become biochar. Biochar is not generic and therefore depending on material properties, they can be used for selected specific purposes. Our skilled team has a unique knowledge about the properties of feedstock as well as output for potential biochar production.

Can I use the excess energy in my industrial process?

Our main field of expertise is industrial symbiosis. We help you convert a waste stream into a valuable source of energy in any scales and produce negative carbon emissions at the same time and produce heat, stream, electricity or bio-oil.

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