Pure Carbon. Pure Science.
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).
Carbon is the building block of life. Sequestering carbon by placing it back into the soil helps keep our world on a sustainable path.
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).
The pyrolysis process used to create biochar can power companies and communities.
Carbon filters toxins while aiding in water retention and nutrient delivery
Biochar added to commercial compost can significantly accelerate break down time.
Filter harmful toxins from waterways
When added to the root zone, biochar serves the same function as peat, but does not leach, run-off, or dissolve.
Biochar is a superior binding agent
for asphalt and concrete
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.