Biochar.

Pure Carbon. Pure Science.
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DEFINITION: Biochar is black carbon produced from biomass sources [i.e., wood chips, plant residues, manure or other agricultural waste products] for the purpose of transforming the biomass carbon into a more stable form (carbon sequestration). 

- US Department of Agriculture

Carbon is the building block of life. Sequestering carbon by placing it back into the earth completes life's sustainability cycle.

Such practices have shown a myriad of environmental benefits from land (agricultural soil conditioning,) to sea (blue-green algae remediation,), to air (diverting, filtering, and/or capturing hazardous atmospheric emissions).

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The pyrolysis process used to create biochar can power companies and communities.

green power

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Carbon filters toxins while aiding in water retention and nutrient delivery

agriculture

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Biochar added to commercial compost can significantly accelerate break down time.

compost

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algae
remediation

Filter harmful toxins from waterways

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When added to the root zone, biochar serves the same function as peat, but does not leach, run-off, or dissolve.

playing turf

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Biochar is a superior binding agent

for asphalt and concrete

construction

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The beneficial properties of activated carbon are seemingly endless.

 

But HOW is biochar created? And WHY is BlueWorld Biochar the best? 

The answer lies in our science.

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