Biochar

Biochar

Biochar Production Facility Projects

Preventing  90,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent (“tCo2e”)  (each project)

To produce approximately 190,000 m3 of Biochar per 30 years (each project)

04 Facilities Phase 01 (*possibility to expand up to 10 Facilities)

Lot size: 270.000m2 or 27 hectares on owned land

Zoning: Industrial Zone

Status: First Phase with Licenses ready-to-install

 

Brazil has significant potential for the development of a biochar industry, particularly in regards to carbon removal. Brazil is one of the world’s largest producers of biofuels and has a large agricultural sector, both of which generate significant amounts of waste material that can be converted into biochar.

Biochar has been shown to have the ability to sequester carbon, which means it can store carbon from the atmosphere in a stable form for long periods of time. This makes it a useful tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing climate change.

  1. Carbon sequestration: Biochar is a form of carbon that can be used for carbon sequestration, which is the process of storing carbon in a stable form to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

  2. Soil improvement: Biochar can be added to soil to improve its fertility and water-holding capacity, making it more suitable for agriculture. This can increase the productivity of the land and reduce the need for synthetic fertilizers.

  3. Waste management: The production of biochar is a sustainable way to manage agricultural waste, turning it into a valuable resource.

  4. Energy production: Biochar can be used as a fuel for energy production, providing a clean and renewable source of energy.

  5. Diversification of the economy: Brazil could diversify their economy by investing in the biochar industry, which can provide new green business