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Forestry Ink: Some practical uses of biochar

1 January, 2020
 

This small-scale retort can produce five to 10 litres of biochar from one burn, which takes about two hours. (Jim Hilton photo)

Jim Hilton

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It is that time of year to start thinking about making New Year’s resolutions.

One of my resolutions is to clean up my yard to make it more fire-proof and pleasant to look at, as well as use the residual material to make biochar. After making biochar, it is important to inoculate it (add nutrients) before adding it to your garden or pasture.

For those who may be interested in this topic, a good place to start is an article in the 2016 B.C. Organic Grower Journal by Marjorie Harris. She attributes a lot of the information to Zbigniew Wierzbicki of Elderberry Lane Farm, who is a strong advocate for the appropriate on-farm use of biochar and its correct production techniques. As Mr. Zbigniew notes, “the fresh biochar must first be ‘activated’ by absorbing nutrients. Scattering a light layer of biochar on the barn fioor will let it absorb the nutrients from the straw-manure litter while keeping the barn floor sweet and protecting livestock feet from diseases. Biochar can also be charged by soaking it for two to four weeks in any liquid nutrient (urine, plant tea, etc.). If the biochar is not properly activated before being applied to the soil, it will absorb the available soil nutrients to fill its absorptive capacity, depleting the soil.”

Biochar could also be scattered on any paddock where domestic animals are concentrated for any length of time. The animals’ hooves will gradually incorporate the biochar into the soil, along with the natural urine and manure. It has also been used in trenches or earth mounds where its high absorption properties helps keep manure from contaminating streams or ground water.

I have provided a pail of biochar to my daughter, who is using it on the floor of her chicken house. Negotiations are ongoing regarding the end use of the “super charged” biochar. Some research has shown biochar may be useful for larger animals. “According to Gerlach and Schmidt, who quote a test performed by the Central Laboratory of German Pharmacists, who compared commercially available activated charcoal with biochar, found that cattle fed with biochar-treated feed showed a number of positive outcomes, which included: generally improved health and appearance and improved vitality.”

Biochar will have the most positive results on marginal soils with poor soil structure and low nutrient storage capacity. Research has shown that addition of biochar to productive well-drained soils may show little if any increase in plant production but will still be a valuable soil carbon sequestration strategy which would also provide long-term water and nutrient holding properties.

There is lots of information on how to use lawn clippings, deciduous leaves and other compost for adding to biochar, as well as time frames for the best inoculation results. For those wanting to experiment who don’t have access to local biochar sources, you can go to Amazon, were a five-pound bag will cost about $30. Hopefully local material will start to be available at a more reasonable price. I am working on an article about the use of our abundant forest residual material as one source of biochar production.

Jim Hilton is a professional agrologist and forester who has lived and worked in the Cariboo-Chilcotin for the past 40 years. Now retired, he volunteers his skills with community forests organizations.

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Advances in design strategies for preparation of biochar based catalytic system for production of …

1 January, 2020
 

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1 January, 2020
 

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1 January, 2020
 

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Sequim Organic Gardners look to cultivate group growth, leaders

1 January, 2020
 

Margaret “Peggy” Baker shows off sunflower cultivar grown in a Sequim-area organic garden. These, Norm Baker says, were supposed to be 5 feet tall but have exceeded expectations using biochar. Photo courtesy of Norm Baker

Sequim Organic Gardeners

What: Group encouraging organic gardeners of all experience levels

Meetings: Monthly, locations TBA

Next meeting: “Pruning” with Josh Dallen; 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 4, KSQM meeting room, 609 W. Washington St.

Contact: SOG98382@gmail.com

Since the group’s inception, the Sequim Organic Gardeners have been happy to let the group ebb and flow … well, organically.

This year — the community gardening club’s 15th — members are looking to step up their organization while keeping the same them of helping and sharing with each other find the best organic practices on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Formed in late 2005 by local gardener Pam Larsen, the Sequim Organic Gardeners include a wide swath of community members, says Irene Green, from those with backyard and pea patch gardens to those with mini farms and others with community garden plots.

“There are diverse groups within our group,” Green says.

The group includes people who know nothing to those with degrees in agriculture science, she says.

“Some people are experts; some, not so much,” Green says.

“That’s the beauty of our group,” says Carol Reynolds. “We’ve got people who can enlighten all of us.”

Sequim Organic Gardeners hosts monthly presentations on topics of mutual interest, from traditional organic gardening practices to experimental research.

The group kicks off the new year with “Pruning,” a presentation from Josh Dallen of Arbor’s Edge Tree Service, set for 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 4, in the meeting room at KSQM’s office, 609 W. Washington St.

Other upcoming meetings are set for Feb. 4 (“Starting an Organic Garden”) and March 3 (“Soil Testing & Amendments”); times and locations to be announced.

While levels of experience and expertise vary, group members share a belief that organic food and products have significant health benefits as well as benefits or the land and water they use.

“We’re interested in gardening the most natural and best way,” club member Lianne Finnerty says.

Sharing those best practices and lessons learned will help encourage more widespread use of organic principles and techniques.

“Sequim is such a hub of organic gardening,” Reynolds says.

The group is looking to grow, Green says, and that means it could use a bit more structure, more leadership. Sequim Organic Gardeners has about 30 active members and about 50 overall, she says.

Group member Norm Baker touts the effectiveness of biochar, a charcoal like substance made at a specific temperature through woody waste made in a biochar kiln.

Biochar can increase organic production by 30 percent over even the best organic practices, he says.

Now Baker tends to a biochar-enhanced organic garden off Lost Mountain Road.

The biochar, Green explains, essentially grabs on to nitrogen so that plants can access it.

“When you see the produce that comes out of that you won’t believe it,” Baker says.

Baker says he got interested in organic gardening after attending a landscapers meeting in Minnesota in the early 1990s. While much of the talk there was about chemical fertilizing, someone brought up the subject of Terra Preta — a dark, fertile but relatively unknown soil found in the Amazon Basin. The soil was a mixture of charcoal, bone, broken pottery, compost and manure and made the otherwise relatively infertile Amazonian soil extremely productive.

“It just stuck in my mind,” Baker says.

Years later Baker had a garden see production near the spot of some half-burned logs, a kind of accidental biochar.

That kind of specific expertise and other tips are what club members pass along to each other, as well as hearing from guest speakers, touring gardens (August), doing a seed exchange (September) and more.

And, some sharing of the bounty. While the are struggles with citrus fruits and avocados (and mixed results with tomatoes), the peninsula does fine with legumes, beans, berries, apples and pears, club members say.

“All of us grow more food than we can eat,” Green says.

For more about the group, send an email to SOG98382@gmail.com.


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2 January, 2020
 

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North Fork Biomass Project Closes Financing, Plant Construction to Start in April

2 January, 2020
 

NORTH FORK — Backers of a plan to build a $15 million biomass plant in North Fork confirmed Tuesday that financing on the project closed escrow in the final hours of 2019 — paving the way for construction to finally begin in April.

“We closed just hours before midnight on New Year’s Eve,” said project coordinator Greg Stangl of Phoenix Energy. “It was a real nail biter.”

Millions of dollars in state tax credits attached to the project were set to expire at the end of 2019 if plant backers could not sell the tax-exempt bonds necessary to fund construction. At one point in late 2019, seven different law firms were simultaneously  involved in finalizing details related to orchestrating the complex bond sale.

“Everything’s now been signed and the investors’ money is in our bank account,” Stangl confirmed Tuesday. “North Fork Community Power (NFCP) now has the resources necessary to complete the project.”

Stangl, CEO of private-label power company Phoenix Energy, is partnering with the North Fork Community Development Council (CDC) and new player EQTEC PLC, a company based in Ireland, in the plan to build the 2-MW plant.

Phoenix and the CDC each own roughly 30 percent of NFCP while EQTEC now has a 20 percent ownership stake in the project, which, in its current configuration, has been in the planning stages for nearly a decade.

EQTEC CEO David Palumbo said on Tuesday: “We are delighted that together with Phoenix Energy we have now achieved financial close with North Fork. Despite facing challenges outside our control in the financial closing process, both teams worked relentlessly and creatively” to get the deal done.

“Reaching financial close is a crucial milestone for us,” Stangl said. “And the partnership established with EQTEC has been instrumental getting us here.”

Stangl said he will continue to be the project’s day-to-day manager. “We’ll spend the next couple of months in engineering,” he said. “As soon as the soil at the Old Mill Site dries out, we’ll start building — probably no later than April or May. By April of 2021, we should be in a position to flip the switch.”

North Fork Community Power plans to sell the energy generated at the plant to PG&E for $0.19 cents a kilowatt. Ongoing bankruptcy issues at PG&E had been a major roadblock in trying to get the project financed.

The new plant will create at least a dozen new local jobs and operate 24 hours a day using giant gas engines to convert dead trees into electricity — and biochar, a by-product Stangl believes could some day be as valuable as the electricity produced at the facility.

Close of financing on the North Fork project is also encouraging to backers of plans to build similar biomass power plants up and down the Sierra in areas historically once home to bustling lumber mills, including Mariposa.

District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler said he was ecstatic when he heard the news about the North Fork project. “Finally, after almost 20 years of trying to make something like this happen. Hallelujah!”

“This is going to be such a big plus for North Fork and the CDC,” Wheeler added. “Now they’ll be able to get more businesses to come into the Old Mill Site — and be able to electrify them more cheaply.”

Under the terms of its agreement with the joint venture, EQTEC will be paid about $2.5 million by NFCP for equipment and the supply of engineering and design services for the project going forward.

Stangl estimates the new biomass plant, once operational, will have a valuation of about $20 million — and be capable of generating annual revenues of approximately $4 million.

“It’s been just an incredibly difficult and amazing process getting the project to this point,” he said Tuesday. “I feel like half the State of California, including Governor Newsom, worked on this for us quietly behind the scenes.”

Stangl also singled out Supervisor Wheeler as “one of the unsung heroes in helping to make this happen.”

“So many people like Tom had to go to bat for us on this,” Stangl said. “Now we can go into 2020 with a renewed enthusiasm and confidence. Project’s like this can make a real difference for our environment and society.”


Garden Hits & Myths: Gardeners embracing biochar trend in 2020

2 January, 2020
 

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Potassium-iron rice straw biochar composite for sorption of nitrate, phosphate, and ammonium in …

2 January, 2020
 

KRSB was synthesized through chemical and hydrothermal treatment of RSB.

Single and tri-solute co-adsorption of NO3, PO43−, and NH4+ were studied.

Leaching of NO3, PO43−, and NH4+ in KRSB and RSB amended soil were studied.

KRSB and RSB can be used in soil to reduce the leaching of nutrients.

The soil fertility index of KRSB and RSB loaded soil was calculated.

KRSB was synthesized through chemical and hydrothermal treatment of RSB.

Single and tri-solute co-adsorption of NO3, PO43−, and NH4+ were studied.

Leaching of NO3, PO43−, and NH4+ in KRSB and RSB amended soil were studied.

KRSB and RSB can be used in soil to reduce the leaching of nutrients.

The soil fertility index of KRSB and RSB loaded soil was calculated.

In this study, potassium-iron rice straw biochar composite (KRSB) was produced and compared with rice straw biochar (RSB) for the sorption of NO3, PO43−, and NH4+ in aqueous medium and soil column. RSB was produced by pyrolyzing rice straw at 400 and 600 °C in a slow pyrolysis unit. KRSB was produced through the chemical and hydrothermal treatment of rice straw biochar produced at 400 and 600 °C. Batch experiments results indicated that the KRSB showed better sorption capacity for nitrate, phosphate, and ammonium ions compared to pristine RSB. The sorption isotherms of all three nutrients (NO3, PO43−, and NH4+) were better-explained by the Langmuir-Freundlich isotherm model. The column leaching experiment showed that the KRSB loaded soil reached maximum sorption capacity for PO43− and NO3 within six and eight days, respectively; but, showed poor sorption capacity for NH4+. The soil fertility index in the 400 and 600 KRSB amended soil significantly increased by 50.68 and 52.85%, respectively compared to the controlled study. Results indicated that KRSB could be utilized in the soil in two ways: first, keep the nutrients attached to its surface and second, to release the nutrients in a phased and timely manner to increase their availability for plants.


Cotransport and deposition of biochar with different sized-plastic particles in saturated porous media

2 January, 2020
 

Cotransport of biochar and plastic particles with different sizes were examined.

Different sized plastic particles induced different biochar transport behaviors.

Biochar decreased transport of all sized plastic particles in porous media.

Interaction of biochar with plastics led to the changed transport behaviors.

Cotransport of biochar and plastic particles with different sizes were examined.

Different sized plastic particles induced different biochar transport behaviors.

Biochar decreased transport of all sized plastic particles in porous media.

Interaction of biochar with plastics led to the changed transport behaviors.

Plastic particles recently are reported to be ubiquitous in natural environments, while biochar is widely employed as an amendment into natural environments e.g. soil for pollution remediation. It is highly likely their transport behaviors in porous media would be altered due to interaction with each other. In this study, the cotransport and deposition behaviors of biochar and plastic particles (0.02 μm nanoplastics (NPs), 0.2 μm and 2 μm micrometer-plastics (MPs)) in quartz sand were investigated at both low (5 mM) and high ionic strength (25 mM) in NaCl solutions at pH 6. The results demonstrated that smaller sized plastic particles (0.02 μm NPs and 0.2 μm MPs) increased biochar transport under both 5 and 25 mM NaCl solutions, while large plastic particles (2 μm MPs) increased biochar transport in 5 mM NaCl solutions yet decreased biochar transport in 25 mM NaCl solutions. For all sized plastic particles, biochar significantly decreased their transport at both low (5 mM) and high (25 mM) ionic strengths in NaCl solutions. The change of zeta potentials of biochar due to heteroaggregation with plastic particles, and the steric repulsion induced by the suspended plastic particles contributed to the enhanced biochar transport with the copresence of smaller sized plastic particles (0.02 μm NPs and 0.2 μm MPs). While, the cotransport of biochar with 2 μm MPs due to their heteroaggregation contributed to the varied transport behaviors of biochar observed at low and high ionic strength with the copresence of 2 μm MPs. The formation of plastic particles-biochar heteroaggregates drove to the decreased transport of all three different sized plastic particles with the copresence of biochar. Considering the coexistence of biochar and plastic particles in natural environment, they would interact with each other (form heteroaggregates) and thus lead to the change of transport behaviors in porous media.


A novel calcium-based magnetic biochar is effective in stabilization of arsenic and cadmium co …

2 January, 2020
 

Calcium-based magnetic biochar has stabilized As and Cd.

Ca-MBC could transform the unstable faction of As into stable As fraction.

Ca-MBC increased bacterial abundance and soil bacterial α-diversity.

Ca-MBC modified relative abundances of taxa.

Calcium-based magnetic biochar has stabilized As and Cd.

Ca-MBC could transform the unstable faction of As into stable As fraction.

Ca-MBC increased bacterial abundance and soil bacterial α-diversity.

Ca-MBC modified relative abundances of taxa.

This study developed a novel calcium-based magnetic biochar by pyrolysing rice straw mixed with calcium carbonate and iron oxide for stabilization of contamination of multiple metals. A 160-day incubation study was conducted to investigate its performance in stabilization of cadmium and arsenic co-contamination in soil. Both biochar and Ca-MBC treatments increased soil pH, decreased the bioavailability of cadmium. Ca-MBC decreased but biochar enhanced the bioavailability of arsenic. The BCR (European Community Bureau of Reference) sequential extraction confirmed Ca-MBC facilitated the transformation of the unstable fraction of arsenic to stable fractions. The stabilization mechanisms were explored through synchrotron-based micro X-ray fluorescence and X-ray absorption near edge structure. The results show that Ca-MBC remediated the dual contamination of arsenic and cadmium through (1) elevated pH and cation exchange capacity (for Cd); (2) the formation of bi-dentate chelate and ternary surface complexes on the surface of iron oxide; (3) enhanced adsorption ability of porous biochar. In addition, Ca-MBC increased the abundance and diversity of bacterial community, and modified the relative abundances of bacterial taxa, leading to a shift of the composition. These new insights provide valuable information for stabilization of co-contamination of arsenic and cadmium in soil using the potential material Ca-MBC.


A novel calcium-based magnetic biochar is effective in stabilization of arsenic and cadmium co …

2 January, 2020
 

This study developed a novel calcium-based magnetic biochar by pyrolysing rice straw mixed with calcium carbonate and iron oxide for stabilization of contamination of multiple metals. A 160-day incubation study was conducted to investigate its performance in stabilization of cadmium and arsenic co-contamination in soil. Both biochar and Ca-MBC treatments increased soil pH, decreased the bioavailability of cadmium. Ca-MBC decreased but biochar enhanced the bioavailability of arsenic. The BCR (European Community Bureau of Reference) sequential extraction confirmed Ca-MBC facilitated the transformation of the unstable fraction of arsenic to stable fractions. The stabilization mechanisms were explored through synchrotron-based micro X-ray fluorescence and X-ray absorption near edge structure. The results show that Ca-MBC remediated the dual contamination of arsenic and cadmium through (1) elevated pH and cation exchange capacity (for Cd); (2) the formation of bi-dentate chelate and ternary surface complexes on the surface of iron oxide; (3) enhanced adsorption ability of porous biochar. In addition, Ca-MBC increased the abundance and diversity of bacterial community, and modified the relative abundances of bacterial taxa, leading to a shift of the composition. These new insights provide valuable information for stabilization of co-contamination of arsenic and cadmium in soil using the potential material Ca-MBC.

 


Garden Hits & Myths: Gardeners embracing biochar trend in 2020

2 January, 2020
 


A worker lays out biochar to dry in the sun. Biochar is ideal for capturing and retaining water, oxygen and nutrients, while providing an ideal home for a multitude of beneficial soil microbes.


Michele Sibiloni / AFP/Getty Images

One of the hottest ‘new’ products for 2020 is…biochar. Biochar? I’m guessing that most gardeners have never heard of it. But this could be its breakout year.

A bit of science

So, what is biochar? Quite simply, the term biochar is derived from ‘bios’ (life) and ‘char’ (carbonized wood or charcoal). Biochar begins its life as woody plant fibre that is undergoes high temperature heating or ‘pyrolysis’ without combusting or burning the fibre. What remains is a nearly pure carbon ‘skeleton’ that retains its original, porous physical structure and is ideal for capturing and retaining water, oxygen and nutrients, while providing an ideal home for a multitude of beneficial soil microbes.

While biochar is new to the world of gardening, it has been around for well over 2,000 years. Indigenous peoples of the Amazon discovered how biochar could be incorporated into soils to improve both crop yield and quality. The Portuguese called it ‘terra preta de indio’ which translates as ‘Indians black earth’ because biochar transformed highly weathered pale and poor-quality soils into rich, black, productive soils.

But while biochar is great for improving the physical and chemical composition of poor soils, is also a powerful tool in the battle against climate change. Essentially, biochar is permanently sequestered carbon because it is not a food source for soil organisms. In comparison, manures and composts are digested by microbes and carbon dioxide is released into the air. That’s not to say that manures and composts aren’t great for improving soil quality, because they are, but a relatively small fraction of their organic matter remains after a few years thanks to hungry soil microbes, whereas biochar is completely unpalatable.

There are a couple of other great benefits of biochar. It both reduces nutrient loss and pesticide damage through misapplication thanks to its glue-like affinity for many soil nutrients and organic compounds.

What should you do?

For our own gardens, biochar is a bit expensive for widespread use in our garden soils. But as an additive in potting soils, biochar shows great potential. For indoor plants like cacti and succulents that enjoy a relatively dry root environment, biochar can be used as a complete replacement for conventional peatmoss-based soils. Outdoors, I’ve found that a blend of about 20 per cent biochar to 80 per cent conventional potting soil works great for most containerized plants. A few centimetres of biochar also looks great as ‘surface topper’ by providing a rich, black, and attractive surface layer in containers, and it is also rather inhospitable to those annoying tiny black flies called ‘fungus gnats.’

Now, one caveat with using biochar is that there are a number of different types with different properties and the ‘feedstock’ has a tremendous impact on the quality of the resulting biochar. Feedstock is simply a term describing the material from which biochar was derived. Some feedstocks might be tree wood, straw, or even manure. I happen to love bamboo because of its consistency and great porous structure.

So, is biochar right for you? From an ecological perspective, I think the answer is a definitive yes. Besides, 2,000 years of success by the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon would seem to indicate that biochar is certainly worth a shot in 2020.

Jim Hole is the owner of Hole’s Greenhouses in St. Albert and a certified professional horticulturist with the American Society for Horticultural Science.


One-step synthesis of zerovalent-iron-biochar composites to activate persulfate for phenol …

2 January, 2020
 

Shu-hua Yao, Xue-jing Chen, Mario Alberto Gomez, Xi-chun Ma, Hai-bo Wang, Shu-yan Zang; One-step synthesis of zerovalent-iron-biochar composites to activate persulfate for phenol degradation. Water Sci Technol wst2020001. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2020.001

Shu-hua Yao, Xue-jing Chen, Mario Alberto Gomez, Xi-chun Ma, Hai-bo Wang, Shu-yan Zang; One-step synthesis of zerovalent-iron-biochar composites to activate persulfate for phenol degradation. Water Sci Technol wst2020001. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2020.001

A novel zerovalent-iron-biochar composite (nZVI/SBC) was synthesized by using FeCl3-laden sorghum straw biomass as the raw material via a facile one-step pyrolysis method without additional chemical reactions (e.g., by NaBH4 reduction or thermochemical reduction). The nZVI/SBC was successfully employed as an activator in phenol degradation by activated persulfate. XRD, SEM, N2 adsorption-desorption and atomic absorption spectrophotometry analysis showed that the nanosized Fe0 was the main component of the 4ZVI/SBC activator that was a mesopore material with an optimal FeCl3·6H2O/biomass impregnation mass ratio of 2.7 g/g. The 4ZVI/SBC activator was the efficient degradation of phenol (95.65% for 30 min at 25 °C) with a large specific surface area of 78.669 m2·g−1. The recovery of 4ZVI/SBC activator after the degradation reaction of phenol can be realized with the small amount of dissolved iron into the water. The 4ZVI/SBC activator facilitated the activation of persulfate to degrade phenol into non-toxic CO2 and H2O. The trend of Cl, SO42− and NO3 affected the removal efficiency of phenol by using the 4ZVI/SBC activator in the following order: NO3 > SO42− > Cl. The one-step synthesis of the nanosized zerovalent-iron-biochar composite was feasible and may be applied as an effective strategy for controlling organic waste (e.g. phenol) by waste biomass.

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2 January, 2020
 

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Garden Hits & Myths: Gardeners embracing biochar trend in 2020

2 January, 2020
 

A worker lays out biochar to dry in the sun. Biochar is ideal for capturing and retaining water, oxygen and nutrients, while providing an ideal home for a multitude of beneficial soil microbes. Michele Sibiloni / AFP/Getty Images

One of the hottest ‘new’ products for 2020 is…biochar. Biochar? I’m guessing that most gardeners have never heard of it. But this could be its breakout year.

A bit of science

So, what is biochar? Quite simply, the term biochar is derived from ‘bios’ (life) and ‘char’ (carbonized wood or charcoal). Biochar begins its life as woody plant fibre that is undergoes high temperature heating or ‘pyrolysis’ without combusting or burning the fibre. What remains is a nearly pure carbon ‘skeleton’ that retains its original, porous physical structure and is ideal for capturing and retaining water, oxygen and nutrients, while providing an ideal home for a multitude of beneficial soil microbes.

While biochar is new to the world of gardening, it has been around for well over 2,000 years. Indigenous peoples of the Amazon discovered how biochar could be incorporated into soils to improve both crop yield and quality. The Portuguese called it ‘terra preta de indio’ which translates as ‘Indians black earth’ because biochar transformed highly weathered pale and poor-quality soils into rich, black, productive soils.

But while biochar is great for improving the physical and chemical composition of poor soils, is also a powerful tool in the battle against climate change. Essentially, biochar is permanently sequestered carbon because it is not a food source for soil organisms. In comparison, manures and composts are digested by microbes and carbon dioxide is released into the air. That’s not to say that manures and composts aren’t great for improving soil quality, because they are, but a relatively small fraction of their organic matter remains after a few years thanks to hungry soil microbes, whereas biochar is completely unpalatable.

There are a couple of other great benefits of biochar. It both reduces nutrient loss and pesticide damage through misapplication thanks to its glue-like affinity for many soil nutrients and organic compounds.

What should you do?

For our own gardens, biochar is a bit expensive for widespread use in our garden soils. But as an additive in potting soils, biochar shows great potential. For indoor plants like cacti and succulents that enjoy a relatively dry root environment, biochar can be used as a complete replacement for conventional peatmoss-based soils. Outdoors, I’ve found that a blend of about 20 per cent biochar to 80 per cent conventional potting soil works great for most containerized plants. A few centimetres of biochar also looks great as ‘surface topper’ by providing a rich, black, and attractive surface layer in containers, and it is also rather inhospitable to those annoying tiny black flies called ‘fungus gnats.’

Now, one caveat with using biochar is that there are a number of different types with different properties and the ‘feedstock’ has a tremendous impact on the quality of the resulting biochar. Feedstock is simply a term describing the material from which biochar was derived. Some feedstocks might be tree wood, straw, or even manure. I happen to love bamboo because of its consistency and great porous structure.

So, is biochar right for you? From an ecological perspective, I think the answer is a definitive yes. Besides, 2,000 years of success by the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon would seem to indicate that biochar is certainly worth a shot in 2020.

Jim Hole is the owner of Hole’s Greenhouses in St. Albert and a certified professional horticulturist with the American Society for Horticultural Science.

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Granular Biochar Market Growth and its Detail Analysis by Top key Diacarbon Energy, Agri-Tech …

2 January, 2020
 

A recent market study published by Reports Monitor consists of a detailed evaluation of the key market dynamics. The report provides past as well as present growth parameters of the global Granular Biochar Market. The report features important and unique factors, which are expected to significantly impact the growth of the global Granular Biochar Market throughout the forecast period 2020-2025.

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Scientists Produced Coal from Plant Waste

3 January, 2020
 

A new study in China concluded that coal from plant waste can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 730 million tonnes by 2030. According to experts, replacing normal coal with newly produced biochar can have promising results for the future of nature.

Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China, biochar instead of bio-fuels can help improve food resources, he says. The team made coal from forest and agricultural waste. with plant-based alternatives millions of tons of carbon will not be released to the environment if it is changed.

In their work, the experts distilled the oil made from rice shells to form biochar. It was said that the coal produced as a result of this process was fossil based and although it did not contain various pollutants, there was no problem with its combustion properties. According to researchers, this method by 2030 per year 400 million tons biochar can be produced.

Scientists also provide biochar to developing countries with an accessible opportunity to end fossil fuel use. climate change It can help to quickly monitor mitigation efforts.

Team of plant waste Thermal decomposition synthesized bio oil, for some time as an alternative to grain-based biofuels, he said. The statement about the study “Bio oils are a strong corrosive, chemically unstable and produce relatively little heat during combustion and are therefore not widely used” statements were used.

In addition, the research team decided to produce a fuel type with the desired properties, including better heat generation during combustion. Chief researcher Bin-Hai Cheng and colleagues, 5 plant waste used traditional engineering processes to distill the resulting bio oil.

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The materials in production were also remarkable. The study of scientists who prefer widely used products such as rice husks, saw dust, wheat straw, soybeans, etc. Science Advances was published in. It is quite curious how the experiments will take shape from now on.

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Bio-coal: A renewable and massively producible fuel from lignocellulosic biomass

3 January, 2020
 

* These authors contributed equally to this work.

Development of renewable energy is essential to mitigating the fossil fuel shortage and climate change issues. Here, we propose to produce a new type of energy, bio-coal, via a fast pyrolysis coupled with atmospheric distillation process. The high heating values of the as-prepared bio-coals from the representative biomass are within 25.4 to 28.2 MJ kg−1, which are comparable to that of the commercial coals. Life cycle assessment further shows that the bio-coal production process could achieve net positive energy, financial, and environmental benefits. By using available biomass wastes as feedstock, China is expected to have a total bio-coal production of 402 million tons of standard coal equivalent, which is equal to 13% of national coal consumption. It would grant China an opportunity to additionally cut 738 million tons of CO2 emission by substituting an equal amount of coal with bio-coal in 2030.

Excessive exploitation and consumption of fossil fuel will not only gradually exhaust its storage in the earth but also cause severe climate change and environment pollution problems (1, 2). In comparison, biofuels can be massively produced and are recognized as a promising alternative for future energy (3, 4). The Energy Independence and Security Act of the United States has anticipated the yield of 16 billion gallons of cellulose-derived biofuels in 2022 (5). However, most of the current biofuels are produced from grain, which inevitably impairs the global food supply. Renewable bio-oil obtained from the fast pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass has been found to be an alternative for grain-derived biofuels and undergoes practical applications (6, 7). Nevertheless, since bio-oil is a multicomponent mixture including water, hydrocarbons, and oxygenated compounds (8), it has some undesirable properties, such as strong corrosivity, low heating value, and chemical instability (9). Therefore, great efforts have been made to upgrade bio-oil to obtain high-quality liquid fuels or chemicals (10). For instance, hydrocarbon biofuels (gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel) were produced through several conversion routes from pyrolytic bio-oil (11). An integrated catalytic approach to convert pyrolytic bio-oil into industrial commodity chemicals (C2 to C6 monohydric alcohols and diols, C6 to C8 aromatic hydrocarbons, and C2 to C4 olefins) has been developed by Huber and co-workers (12). Although great progress in upgrading bio-oil has been achieved and a suite of technologies have been demonstrated at pilot scale, the inherent drawbacks of bio-oil such as thermal polymerization and causing poison of catalysts still present as a big challenge to impede its massive applications.

Atmospheric distillation is a simple and cost-effective technique to separate components from mixtures and has been widely used in industries for over one century. However, such a mature technique has not been successfully used to separate bio-oil because only a small quantity of distillates can be recovered owing to the thermal polymerization properties of bio-oil. Bio-oil is very thermo-unstable and would form coke when being heated, which hinders further distillation. Although molecule distillation has been used to separate bio-oil, the recovery efficiency of carbon content in light distillates is low (~17% of C in bio-oil) (13). To date, lack of effective separation methods has hindered the development of renewable fuel production from biomass pyrolysis.

In pyrolysis, lignin, cellulose, and semicellulose, the main components of biomass are quickly thermo-chemically decomposed in seconds to form small-molecule compounds, in which about 50% of the volatiles can be condensed to form bio-oil. The carbon content of bio-oil ranges from 30 to 50%, and the high heating value (HHV) is about 15 MJ kg−1. Apart from organic compounds, bio-oil contains about 30% water, which notably reduces the HHV. Thus, it is highly desirable to elevate the HHV of the residues by removing the moisture than obtain the light distillates with a low HHV. Therefore, instead of alleviating the thermal polymerization of bio-oil by racking one’s brain, we propose a new strategy to treat bio-oil. We aim to obtain a solid fuel by accelerating the thermal polymerization of bio-oil. Such a thermally polymerized residue of distillation with a high HHV is named bio-coal. Producing bio-coal has several merits: (i) Bio-coal could be quickly prepared at large scale to partially replace coal; (ii) “carbon-neutral” utilization of biomass is realized to mitigate the global warming problem; (iii) liquid chemicals are harvested without the need of catalysts; (iv) bio-coal can be long-term stored and conveniently transported; and (v) bio-coal can be a carbon warehouse when it is not used. This work would open a shortcut for partially resolving the fuel and environmental crisis faced by the world.

The bio-coal preparation process is illustrated in Fig. 1A. Briefly, the renewable biomass (e.g., rice husk, saw dust, corn stalk, etc.) was first fast pyrolyzed at 500°C under anaerobic atmosphere to produce bio-oil and biochar. Then, the bio-oil was distilled under air atmosphere from room temperature to approximately 240°C to obtain the liquid chemicals and bio-coal. The preparation of bio-coal involved conventional chemical engineering processes and did not need complicated and costly refinery equipment or operation, which could be readily scaled up.

The rice husk–derived bio-oil was first distilled to prepare bio-coal, and its properties were characterized. The element analysis shows that C and H in the bio-coal were notably higher, and O was lower than that in the bio-oil after the distillation (Table 1), indicating that the oxygen-containing groups were taken off. The as-prepared bio-coal was a blocky solid with glossy black surface, which is similar to commercialized coal in color. The scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images show that bio-coal was an amorphous and imporous bulk (Fig. 1, B and C). More images of the bio-coal are provided in fig. S1.

Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) was then applied to evaluate the thermostability of the obtained bio-coal. The bio-coal had a negligible mass loss below 250°C (Fig. 1D), which was generally attributed to the evaporation of physically adsorbed water and the nondistilled organic compounds. A considerable weight loss was observed in the temperature region of 300 to 750°C, where almost ~62% weight loss occurred. It has been reported that the weight loss of coals usually mainly occurs in a temperature range of 100° to 800°C in differential thermal gravity (DTG) curves (14), implying that the bio-coal has similar thermogravity properties with commercial coals.

Mass energy density is the most important criterion to evaluate the quality of solid fuel. The HHV of bio-coal was ~25 MJ kg−1 (Fig. 1E). The mass energy densities of coals A (Alberta sub-bituminous Coal), B (Indonesian Tinto Coal), C (Australia Collie Coal), D (China Pindingshan Bituminous Coal), and E (China Yangquan Anthracite coal), which were acquired from previously reported literature, are ~21, ~28, ~26, ~26, and ~19 MJ kg−1, respectively (1518). Thus, the mass energy density of the bio-coal was much higher than that of coals A and E and slightly lower than that of coals B, C, and D, indicating that the bio-coal is a potential alternative to the commercial coals.

The content of heavy metals (e.g., Cd, Pb, and Zn) is a very important factor to evaluate solid biofuels as they can be retained in particulate matter (PM2.5 or PM10) after combustion and then float in the air and cause health issues through breathing (19). The species and contents of heavy metals in the bio-coal are presented in Table 2. The contents of Cd, Pb, Cr, Zn, and Mn were very low, while Cu and Ni were even not detected, suggesting that the combustion of the bio-coal would not cause heavy metal–related pollution.

In the atmospheric distillation process, the C content in the residue increased continuously from 34.75 to 64.82% and was greatly enriched in the final bio-coal (Fig. 2A). On the contrary, the O content decreased continuously from 55.93 to 28.19%. The H content also decreased continuously from 8.04 to 5.88%, while the N content remained at around 1 ± 0.3%. The C/O and H/O ratios increased in the atmospheric distillation process, which led to the improvement of the HHV (13.2 MJ kg−1 for the bio-oil and 25.4 MJ kg−1 for the bio-coal). The bio-oil and residues retained in the atmospheric distillation process were also characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) (Fig. 2B). The FTIR spectrum of the bio-oil shows its high oxygen functional groups with strong absorption peaks of O─H (3408 cm−1) and C═O (1709 cm−1) moieties, as well as phenolic hydroxyl groups (1211 cm−1) and C─O─C groups (1082 cm−1). Carbon existed in the form of aromatic rings (1609, 1512, and 1450 cm−1) and aliphatic moieties (2964, 2928, and 1377 cm−1). No obvious differences were observed from the FTIR spectra of the atmospheric distillation residues and bio-coal, indicating that no new functional groups were formed in the atmospheric distillation.

Considering the universality of the proposed bio-coal production route, five common biomass wastes, including rice husk, saw dust, wheat straw, bagasse, and soybean straw, were selected as representatives to produce bio-coals (fig. S2). The bio-coal yields derived from the bio-oil were 45.2, 37.2, 33.9, 41.8, and 34.3%, respectively. Moreover, the bio-coals had similar element compositions (67 to 70% carbon, ~6% hydrogen, 22 to 27% oxygen), as well as low nitrogen (<1.6%) and sulfur (<0.8%) content (Table 3). The five types of bio-coals obtained from the different biomass wastes exhibited similar functional groups, as revealed from the FTIR results (fig. S3). In addition, the estimated mass energy densities of the rice husk–, saw dust–, wheat straw–, bagasse-, and soybean straw–derived bio-coals were 25.4, 28.0, 28.2, 26.3, and 27.6 MJ kg−1, respectively, which were comparative to those of commercial coals. These results indicate that the proposed route could be used as a universal method to produce bio-coal from worldwide biomass wastes.

Two scenarios composed of fast pyrolysis for bio-oil production (scenario A) and fast pyrolysis plus atmospheric distillation for bio-coal production (scenario B) were assessed in life cycle assessment (LCA) (Fig. 3A). In scenario B, some chemical products could be derived from bio-oil after the two-stage distillation, leaving bio-coal as fuel simultaneously (fig. S4). Before the distillation, there were 51% oxygen, 40% carbon, 8% hydrogen, and 1% nitrogen in the bio-oil. After the distillation, the yields of the bio-coal and other chemical products were 50 and 15%, respectively.

For the different end uses of biochar, another subscenario was additionally analyzed, in which biochar was used as fuel in scenarios A1 and B1, while as soil amendment in A2 and B2. Results show that the different uses of biochar would result in a varied output while keeping the input unchanged (Fig. 3, B and C). In scenario A, the energy consumption, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission, and economy cost stemmed mainly from the pyrolysis stage. The net energy production yielded roughly 10,752 MJ/ton of dry rice husk in scenario A1, where biochar was used as a coal substitution, and 4532 MJ/ton of dry rice husk in scenario A2, where biochar was applied for soil amendment. For net GHG emission, there was a negative output around −450 kg in scenario A1, while there was a positive output around 906 kg in scenario A2. Although using biochar as fuel would result in a raised energy production, 42 g/MJ energy GHG would be discharged rather than sequestration of 200 g/MJ energy with soil application of biochar. The net economic performances remained similar between the two subscenarios, as the economic revenue of using biochar as coal substitution was cost-effective.

In comparison, two-stage distillation was applied in scenario B for the production of bio-coal and chemicals, which would further increase the overall input compared to scenario A. In the distillation process, the energy consumption, carbon dioxide emission, and capital costs for every ton of dry rice husk were 2531 MJ, 478 kg, and US$64, respectively. For the distillation products, the bio-coal was used to substitute the equivalent coal, which could additionally provide 6505 MJ energy and US$24 profit per ton of dry rice husk compared to scenario A. Moreover, chemical products would bring US$546 under scenario B (details are listed in tables S1 to S3). Since the bio-oil is not used as fuel, about 456 kg of carbon dioxide emission could be reduced, bringing a cost compensation of US$12.3 (scenario B1) and US$39 (scenario B2).

The LCA results show that the net energy and economic revenues were positive under both scenarios A and B. However, for GHG emission, the revenue would be negative when biochar was used as fuel. Use of biochar as soil amendment could enhance the fixation of both carbon and nitrogen from fertilizer (20, 21), and thus, there should be an extra benefit for GHG net for scenarios A2 and B2, which is not considered in the present analysis. In addition, since the GHG emission in China is large (22), the government has to make a plan to improve environmental quality (23). Here, in terms of mitigation of climate change, it will be more advisable to apply biochar as soil amendment (scenarios A2 and B2). In system B2, only half of bio-oil was converted into bio-coal as fuel. In this case, the output of net energy production was reduced from 6600 to 3974 MJ in system A2, and the net GHG sequestration was reduced by 22 kg. However, the net economic revenue of scenario B2 was expected to reach US$525, as the chemical products doubled the benefit of bio-oil.

The above results show that it is feasible to use the widely produced and easily accessed biomass such as forestal and agricultural wastes to prepare bio-coal by using our proposed route. It is estimated that the global biomass production is around 146 billion tons/year (24), of which about 3% is agricultural wastes. Thus, it would be a great chance for developing countries to substitute the conventional fossil fuel–based energy with bio-coal–based renewable bioenergy. Taking China as an example, about 402 million tons of bio-coal could be produced with agricultural and forestal wastes, which is equal to 384 million tons of standard coal equivalent (tce) (table S4). Heilongjiang, Henan, Shandong, and Jilin provinces are found to be the four highest bio-coal production areas, which account for 37% of total agricultural and forestal wastes production (Fig. 3D). At present, coal is still the dominant energy source in China. In 2017, a nationwide energy of about 4.49 billion tce was consumed, 60% of which stemmed from coal (25). By using bio-coal as an alternative, 14% of coal equivalent could be reduced, which would reduce the pressure for coal demand.

With the Paris Agreement successfully made in 2015, China has taken great actions to tackle climate change issues (23). Because of the zero emission of agriculture wastes target in 2030 (26), an increased bio-coal production could be expected in the future. It is estimated that about 402 ± 32 million tce bio-coal could be produced in 2030. If the equal quantities of coal were replaced, 738 million tons of CO2 emission could be reduced. Meanwhile, China is currently piloting CO2 emission trade, and it is expected to take force in 2021 to 2025 (27). In this case, the reduced CO2 emission would additionally bring US$2.4 billion of financial benefit in 2030 (Fig. 3E).

As one of the biggest farm population owners, China has a large crop residue production annually. In the previous practice, the residues were openly burned, resulting in severe atmospheric pollution. To resolve this problem, the Chinese government has made great efforts to forbid open burning and guided a multiple utilization of agriculture residues. Our work demonstrates a new biomass residue utilization route, which would bring about financial and climatic benefits and obviate the atmospheric pollution raised by open burning. However, one should notice that the collection and transportation cost of biomass residues is the key factor influencing the overall economic performance of using biomass residue. To simplify the estimation, a hypothetical transport distance was ascertained in this work. However, future works are still warranted to optimize biomass collection, storage, and transportation systems to take a profitable trade-off between stakeholders, i.e., farmer household, market operator, and government. National financial compensation is an efficient means to stimulate the entire market, which, fortunately, has already been implemented by the Chinese government.

In summary, we propose a new concept to produce a new type of energy, bio-coal, to substitute the widely used coal. Bio-coal could be synthesized via a fast pyrolysis coupled with atmospheric distillation process from different biomass wastes, and the obtained bio-coals have HHVs of 25.4 to 28.2 MJ kg−1, which are comparable to that of the commercial coals. LCA further shows that the bio-coal production process could achieve net positive energy, financial, and environmental benefits. By using the available biomass wastes as feedstock, a great deal of CO2 emission reduction and financial benefits could be expected.

The rice husk used in this work was locally collected from rice mills. The saw dust was supplied by a local lumber mill. The other biomass wastes (wheat straw, bagasse, and soybean straw) were collected from local farms. All the biomass wastes were milled and screened and sieved with a particle size between 100 and 60 mesh (150 to 250 μm) for the subsequent studies. Before the fast pyrolysis, the samples were dried in an oven at 105°C for 12 hours to remove moisture. The resulting dry biomass particles were collected for the subsequent fast pyrolysis and analysis.

The bio-oils were initially prepared by the fast pyrolysis. Briefly, 5 g of the predried biomass waste was placed in the feed pipe under N2 flow (400 ml min−1) for 30 min to remove excess air. When the temperature was increased to 500°C, N2 flow was adjusted to 200 ml min−1, and the biomass waste was quickly inserted into the quartz tubular reactor. The produced volatiles were purged by N2 flow and condensed using cold ethanol to obtain bio-oil.

The bio-coal was then produced via the atmospheric distillation of the bio-oil. Briefly, the atmospheric distillation was carried out in a round-bottom flask placed in an oil bath, in which a weighed amount of bio-oil was slowly heated to 240°C under vigorous magnetic stirring. In this batch-mode distillation, volatiles flew upward, and bio-oil was continually condensed along with the elevated temperature, leaving the residues increasingly viscous. The bath was kept at the highest temperature for 20 min and then cooled to room temperature. The viscous atmospheric distillation residue gradually turned out to be a black solid (bio-coal) at room temperature. Then, it was crushed, ground, and sieved to below 100 mesh (150 μm), vacuum-dried at 80°C for 12 hours to partially remove residual water, and kept in a desiccator for further use.

The elemental compositions (C, H, O, N, and S) of biomass wastes and bio-coal were determined on a Vario EL cube elemental analyzer (VARIO EL III, Elementar Inc., Germany). As for the proximate analysis of dry rice husk and bio-coal, the ash content was measured using the gravimetric method prescribed in ASTM D 3174-04, the content of volatile matter was determined using an on-isothermal thermogravimetric (TG) method, and the content of fixed carbon was calculated by the difference. In the TG method, 3.0 to 8.0 mg of samples was heated in a TG analyzer (TGA-Q5000, TA Co., USA) under an atmosphere of 25 ml min−1 of N2. The temperature was programmed from room temperature to 110°C at a rate of 10°C min−1 and held for 10 min before ramping to 900°C at a rate of 25°C min−1. Apart from the contents of volatile matter, the thermal characteristics of rice husk and bio-coal were also obtained by the TG method. The specific surface area of bio-coal was determined by N2 adsorption–desorption isotherms at −196°C using a Micromeritics Gemini apparatus (ASAP2020 M+C, Micromeritics Co., USA) and calculated according to the Brunauer, Emmett, and Teller method.

Bulk and volumetric energy density of bio-coal were determined using a filling and tapping method (28). Briefly, the bio-coal was loaded into a glass column with a specific volume, and then the glass column was tapped onto a bench until no volume change was observed. The final volume and sample weight were recorded. Multiple measurements were conducted for each sample, and the results are reported in kilograms per cubic meter. For bulk density measurements, the SE was 1.5%.

The mass energy density of bio-coal was calculated according to Dulong’s formula: mass energy density (kJ kg−1) = 337 C + 1419 (H − 1/8 O) + 93 S + 23.26 N. C, H, O, S, and N correspond to the element composition in bio-coal, which were measured using the elemental analyzer. The contents of heavy metals in bio-coal were measured by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (Plasma Quad Co., USA) after HNO3/H2O2 digestion.

LCA was performed according to the ISO 14040 and ISO 14044 standards (29, 30). All the studied objects were packaged as a vector system, and the profit was set to be the positive direction, while the consumption was with the negative direction. The rice husk was selected as a representative biomass, and its physicochemical characteristic is detailed in tables S5 and S6. The system boundaries of LCA were defined and are illustrated in Fig. 3A. Since the rice husk is an agricultural waste, the consumption of planting, growing, and harvesting related to agrochemicals and fertilizer is not counted in this system. In this work, the pyrolysis reactor had a capacity of 10 dry tons/day. The pyrolysis zone was heated to 500°C and swept by nitrogen gas after the condensable fraction was quenched by cold ethanol (−10°C) to obtain bio-oil. The residual biochar was cooled to room temperature, and the noncondensable gas was recycled into the pyrolysis system. In LCA, the energy efficiency, GHG reduction, and economic benefits were chosen as evaluation indices of the system, so the input and output of these items were explored. The data for constructing the LCA model are provided in the Supplementary Materials.

Either bio-oil or bio-coal was used as fuels to substitute coal in the above two scenarios, and the bio-chemicals produced in scenario B were sold as industrial products for financial profits. On the basis of the difference in their boiling points (table S2), a further atmospheric distillation was applied to separate and recover the products into pure chemicals. According to the different end uses of biochar, another subscenario was additionally analyzed. Biochar was used as fuel in scenarios A1 and B1, while it was used as soil amendment in A2 and B2.

In this work, the bio-coal production potential in China was estimated by using available biomass wastes. The bio-coal production Qbc (million tce) was estimated according to the following equationQbc=Qar×η×ftce(1)where Qar is the available biomass residues (million tons), η is the bio-coal yield according to our experimental results, and ftce is the factor of converting bio-coal into standard coal equivalent according to their calorific values. The calorific value of standard coal is 29.27 MJ kg−1 (25). Qar is calculated from the following equationQar=Qac×far×λ(2)where Qac (million tons) is the acquired agriculture crops and wooden yield, far is the residual coefficient, and λ is the intergrated utilization ratio.

In this work, agricultural crops (i.e., wheat, rice, maize, soybean, potato, cotton, oilseed rape, peanut, and sugarcane) and forestal woods (i.e., log for processing purpose) were selected to calculate the bio-coal production potential. The data of annual Qac of agricultural crops and forestal woods were acquired from the National Bureau of Statistics (31) and China Forestry Statistical Yearbook (32). The provincial far was obtained from the National Development and Reform Commission, China (33), and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of Guangdong Province, China (34). Because of the deficiency of data sources, the integrated provincial utilization ratio of agriculture waste in 2014 was adopted (35) to calculate Qac in 2017. According to the National 13th Five-Year Sustainable Development Plan for Agriculture, China (26), 100% of λ was used to predict the 2030 status.

The autoregressive integrated moving average was used in this work to fit the historic trends of grain production and predict the estimated quantities in the future. On the basis of the carbon price survey in 2018 (27), the national average carbon trade price of US$3.3/ton of CO2 was used to estimate the potential financial benefit via reduced GHG emission. The uncertainties were predicted with Crystal Ball software (Edition 11.1.2.4, Oracle Co., USA) by using 100,000 Monte Carlo simulations.

Supplementary material for this article is available at http://advances.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/6/1/eaay0748/DC1

Table S1. Consumptions in thermal process.

Table S2. Prices of the bio-chemicals (found in the quotes online).

Table S3. Prices of products of the system-B (US$/dry rice husk metric ton).

Table S4. Estimated available biomass residues (Qar) and bio-coal (Qbc) amount (million tons).

Table S5. Ultimate and proximate analyses of rice husk (weight %, on dry basis).

Table S6. Ultimate analyses of products of fast pyrolysis.

Fig. S1. SEM images of the bio-coal derived from rice husk.

Fig. S2. Photographs of the five typical biomass wastes used in this work.

Fig. S3. FTIR spectra of the five bio-coals derived from the typical biomass wastes.

Fig. S4. Compositional variations of products after atmospheric distillation.

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Global Biochar Market Key Trends in terms of volume and value 2020-2025

3 January, 2020
 

Biochar is a charcoal kind of substance produced by organic material of agricultural and forestry waste. Biochar is the technology that mitigates climate change and improves soil quality by reducing waste. Biochar looks like charcoal made with the help of a specific process called pyrolysis to reduce contamination and safely store carbon. In the pyrolysis method, organic materials including wood chips, dead plants, and leaf litter burned in a container with very little oxygen. In this process, the natural material is converted into biochar in a stable form of carbon which cannot easily escape into the environment. The energy created in the pyrolysis process used as a form of clean energy. Therefore, the Biochar is considered as more efficient at converting carbon into a stable form of clean energy. In addition to this, the increasing awareness about the biochar as bio-based fertility will create huge demand in the market in the coming future.

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      • Cool Planet Energy Systems
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Biochar offers possible solution to cut ag water usage | Ross Clark, Earth Matters

4 January, 2020
 

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California has adopted new laws, set new policies and allocated significant funding (through voter-approved water bonds) that encourages regional groups to address the state’s numerous water challenges. New programs are encouraging regional water agencies, stormwater districts, resource managers and environmental organizations to work together to find “integrated” approaches to manage water.

The Salinas Valley is known as the “salad bowl of the world” because of its prolific agriculture lands that produce crops year round. This intensity of farming leads to environmental challenges as the region struggles to maintain clean and available water. New laws restricting over pumping of groundwater have increased the need for programs that clean, conserve and where possible reuse every drop.

Industrial scale agriculture creates tricky challenges. For instance, “triple rinsed” prepackaged salad mixes use a lot of water (2 million gallons a day). This rinse water is ideal for reuse but contains minute amounts of fertilizers including phosphates that make the water difficult and expensive to clean. The wastewater treatment system can remove these chemicals but the process is resource and energy-intensive.

A project in the Salinas Valley aims to remove contaminants like phosphate from the water at a lower cost using much less energy. The Central Coast Wetlands Group has worked with farmers for years to restore wetlands and build passive water treatment systems to remove nitrogen fertilizer from surface waters. Partnering with the city of Salinas and the wastewater treatment facility, the project aims to remove phosphates efficiently and recycle water for groundwater recharge and irrigation water to farmers.

Phosphates can be absorbed by many materials including clay and alum but the materials are expensive, need to be delivered to the site and, once they have absorbed all the phosphate it can and must be discarded at an additional cost. What we want is to find a material that is itself a locally sources biproduct material that once used to clean water can then be used again for another purpose. Our material of choice…  biochar.

Biochar is a form of carbon generated, similar to charcoal, through combustion of wood and other organic materials within a low oxygen environment. The resulting material can absorb contaminants similar to activated charcoal. The added benefits (i.e. sustainability) of this approach is that biochar can be the byproduct of burning biomass to create heat or generate electricity with minimal emissions.  There are a number of high and low tech methods for generating biochar from recycled wood products and agricultural byproducts. Many countries around the world are using biochar as a climate change mitigation strategy, generating energy from waste materials while retaining much of the carbon within a solid form that is added to topsoil to enrich the soil and sequester carbon in the ground.

The Salinas project will study how well locally made biochar can filter water. The plan is to use the biochar as a soil amendment on adjacent farmlands once it has been depleted.  The biochar amendment will increase the health and water retention capacity of the soil, and sequester carbon within the soils that generated the carbon in the first place.

This integrated strategy will, we hope, reduce energy needed to clean water, help recharge our groundwater and supply additional recycled water to farmers. This integrated and sustainable approach will generate biochar from agricultural waste, increases the water and nutrient retention of agricultural soils and stay clear of using a quarried media with associated costs and emissions.  The project is scheduled to begin this year and we hope will be an example of integrated problem solving through unique partnerships.

Ross Clark is the director of the Central Coast Wetlands Group at Moss Landing Marine Labs. He’s also a member of the county Commission on the Environment and the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Research Activity Panel. Contact him at Rossclarkiv@gmail.com

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5 January, 2020
 

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Our guest this week is Michael Wittman of Blue SkyBioChar. He shares his experiments in gardening and composting with biochar, wood vinegar and other nifty stuff. Read all about it on the Gardenerd Blog.

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I've been learning about biochar/syngas production from biomass. It turns out t…

5 January, 2020
 

It turns out there's methods that range from 'burn slash in a giant metal bucket' to large industrial gassifiers for producing biochar.

There's a part of me that wants to exit the tech sector, buy a couple hundred acres nearby, live modestly, and tinker with biochar production/sequestration.

The problems are: burning wet stuff is terrible (surface wetness isn’t bad, it’s the moisture inside the biomass that causes problems.) Secondly you can’t just straight up burn it because you’ll get a lot of heat that you don’t need so you’ll usually burn it in cycles and you’ll get a lot of soot at the beginning and end of the cycles so you need to either wash the exhaust or make sure you don’t have nearby neighbors downwind (in places like this that means within a quarter mile or so.)

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Oregon Kilns are basically just a big metal bucket that burns top down and produces biochar, but burns off the syngas.

https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/or/newsroom…

Other systems try to capture the syngas/bio oil to generate electricity or capture the heat for heating/other uses.

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Global Biochar Market Size Study, by Technology Gasification, Pyrolysis, Others, by Application …

5 January, 2020
 

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Global Biochar Market industry valued approximately USD 1.0 billion in 2016 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 13.56% over the forecast period 20172025. The major factors driving the growth of the Biochar Market includes increasing consumption of organic food and ability of biochar to enhance soil fertility plant growth.

The objective of the study is to define market sizes of different segments countries in previous years and to forecast the values to the next eight years. The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also caters the detailed information about the crucial aspects such as drivers restraining factors which will define the future growth of the market. Additionally, it will also incorporate the opportunities available in micro markets for stakeholders to invest, detailed analysis of competitive landscape and product offerings of key players. The detailed segments and subsegment of the market are explained below:

Technology:

Pyrolysis

Gasification

Others

Application:

Livestock

Farming

Agriculture

Others

Regions:

North America

o U.S.

o Canada

Europe

o UK

o Germany

Asia Pacific

o China

o India

o Japan

Latin America

o Brazil

o Mexico

Rest of the World

Furthermore, the years considered for the study are as follows:

Historical year 2015

Base year 2016

Forecast period 2017 to 2025

Some of the key manufacturers involved in the market are Vega Biofuels Inc, Full Circle Biochar, Diacarbon Energy Inc, AgriTech Producers, LLC, CharGrow, LLC, and Cool Planet Energy System. Acquisitions and effective mergers are some of the strategies adopted by the key manufacturers. New product launches and focuses on continuous technology innovations are also strategies adopted by the major players. The companies are also trying to dominate the market by investing in research and development.

Target Audience of the Biochar Market Study

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Large, mediumsized, and small enterprises

Venture capitalists

ValueAdded Resellers VARs

Thirdparty knowledge providers

Investment bankers

Investors

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Biochar mediates microbial communities and their metabolic characteristics under continuous …

6 January, 2020
 

Biochar significantly mediated microbial abundances in the rhizosphere soil.

Biochar abated the virulence of pathogenic fungi on plants.

The biochar addition mediated the ions uptake in treated plants.

Biochar significantly affect the metabolism process of F. oxysporum.

Biochar application can be a promising strategy for the control of replanting disease.

Biochar significantly mediated microbial abundances in the rhizosphere soil.

Biochar abated the virulence of pathogenic fungi on plants.

The biochar addition mediated the ions uptake in treated plants.

Biochar significantly affect the metabolism process of F. oxysporum.

Biochar application can be a promising strategy for the control of replanting disease.

Biochar amendment has been extensively used to improve plant performance and suppress disease in monoculture systems; however, few studies have focused on the underlying control mechanisms of replanting disease. In this study, we assessed the effects of biochar application on Radix pseudostellariae plant growth, rhizosphere soil microbial communities, and the physiological properties of microorganisms in a consecutive monoculture system. We found that biochar addition had little impact on the physiological parameters of tissue cultures of R. pseudostellaria but did significantly mediate microbial abundance in the rhizosphere soil of different consecutive monoculture years, leading to decreases in the abundance of pathogenic Fusarium oxysporum, Talaromyces helicus, and Kosakonia sacchari. Furthermore, biochar amendment had negative effects on the growth of beneficial bacteria, such as Burkholderia ambifaria, Pseudomonas chlororaphis, and Bacillus pumilus. Metabolomic analysis indicated that biochar significantly influenced the metabolic processes of F. oxysporum while inhibiting the mycelial growth and abating the virulence on plants. In summary, this study details the potential mechanisms responsible for the biochar-stimulated changes in the abundances and metabolism of rhizosphere bacteria and fungi, decreases in the contents of pathogens, and therefore improvements in the environmental conditions for plants growth. Further research is needed to evaluate the effects of biochar in long-term field trials.


Synthesis and characterization of magnesium oxide nanoparticle-containing biochar composites …

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MgO-biochar was prepared by fast pyrolysis.

The removal rate achieved ∼99% for initial phosphate solution of 198.705 mg P/L.

Adsorption capacity is most correlated with external surface area of MgO-biochar.

Intraparticle diffusion was a main rate-limiting step of the adsorption process.

MgO-biochar was prepared by fast pyrolysis.

The removal rate achieved ∼99% for initial phosphate solution of 198.705 mg P/L.

Adsorption capacity is most correlated with external surface area of MgO-biochar.

Intraparticle diffusion was a main rate-limiting step of the adsorption process.

The effective removal and recovery of phosphorus from aquatic environments are highly important for successful eutrophication control and phosphorus recycling. Herein, we prepared biochar containing MgO nanoparticles (MgO-biochar) by fast pyrolysis of MgCl2-impregnated corn stalks, probed its phosphate adsorption performance. Through the fast pyrolysis, the MgCl2 promoted the formation of micropores and mesoporous, and decomposed into MgO nanoparticles with the size smaller than 100 nm. The adsorption experiments showed that the adsorption property increased with the increase of Mg content, and had a strong correlation with the external surface area. And the phosphate adsorption was well described by the Langmuir-Freundlich model (maximum adsorption capacity was determined as 60.95 mg P/g). Kinetic analysis and characterization analysis of MgO-biochar for different adsorption time indicated that phosphate adsorption onto MgO-biochar was mainly controlled by rapid binding to the external surface (about 75% of the equilibrium adsorption amount), and the uptake rate was limited by the slow diffusion of phosphate into the biochar interior (about 25% of the equilibrium adsorption amount). The results suggested that the synthesized MgO-biochar with enough MgO active site dispersed on a higher external surface can be used as a potential adsorbent for phosphate removal and recovery from aqueous solution.


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The report starts with an overview contains an objective of the study global granular biochar industry market followed by product definition, classification, market size assessment in terms of value (US$ mn) and volume (thousand units). Based on the granular biochar industry industrial chain, this report mainly elaborates the definition, types, applications and major players of granular biochar industry market in details. Deep analysis about market status (2014-2019), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise products, industry development trends (2020-2024), regional industrial layout characteristics and macroeconomic policies, industrial policy has also be included. From raw materials to downstream buyers of this industry will be analyzed scientifically, the feature of product circulation and sales channel will be presented as well. In a word, this report will help you to establish a panorama of industrial development and characteristics of the granular biochar industry market.

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Global Biochar Market Research Report 2020

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This research study involved the extensive usage of both primary and secondary data sources.  The research process involved the study of various factors affecting the industry, including the government policy, market environment, competitive landscape, historical data, present trends in the market, technological innovation, upcoming technologies and the technical progress in related industry, and market risks, opportunities, market barriers and challenges. Top-down and bottom-up approaches are used to validate the global market size market and estimate the market size for manufacturers, regions segments, product segments and applications (end users). All possible factors that influence the markets included in this research study have been accounted for, viewed in extensive detail, verified through primary research, and analyzed to get the final quantitative and qualitative data. The market size for top-level markets and sub-segments is normalized, and the effect of inflation, economic downturns, and regulatory & policy changes or other factors are not accounted for in the market forecast. This data is combined and added with detailed inputs and analysis from QYResearch and presented in this report.
 

After complete market engineering with calculations for market statistics; market size estimations; market forecasting; market breakdown; and data triangulation, extensive primary research was conducted to gather information and verify and validate the critical numbers arrived at. In the complete market engineering process, both top-down and bottom-up approaches were extensively used, along with several data triangulation methods, to perform market estimation and market forecasting for the overall market segments and sub segments listed in this report. Extensive qualitative and further quantitative analysis is also done from all the numbers arrived at in the complete market engineering process to list key information throughout the report.
 

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Biochar as potential precursors for activated carbon production

6 January, 2020
 

Accelerating greenhouse gas emission particularly carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has become a major concern. Adsorption process has been proposed as a promising technology for CO2 adsorption from flue gas, and the carbonaceous adsorbent is a potential candidate for CO2 adsorption at atmospheric pressure and ambient temperature. Biochar derived from palm kernel shell waste was applied as a potential precursor for activated carbon production. This research study employed the response surface methodology coupled with Box-Behnken design to optimize the parameters involved in producing exceptional activated carbon with high yield (Y1) and CO2 adsorptive characteristics (Y2). Specifically, parameters studied include the activation temperature (750–950 °C), holding time (60–120 min), and CO2 flow rate (150–450 mL/min). The activated carbon at the optimum conditions was characterized using various analytical instruments, including elemental analyzer, nitrogen (N2) physisorption analyzer, and field emission scanning electron microscopy. Overall, utilization of biochar as the activated carbon precursor is practical compared with the traditional non-renewable materials, due to its cost efficiencies and it being more environment-friendly ensuring process sustainability. Besides, this research study that incorporates physical activation with CO2 as the activating agent is attractive, because it directly promotes CO2 utilization and capture, in addition to the absence of any chemicals that may result in the secondary pollution problems.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge Global Green Synergy Malaysia for providing us the palm kernel shell biochar feedstock. Also, the authors would like to extend their earnest gratitude towards UTP Centralized Analytical Laboratory (CAL) for their assistance in physical and chemical characterizations of both raw precursors and synthesized activated carbons. Support from the Ministry of Education Malaysia through the HICoE award to Centre for Biofuel and Biochemical Research (CBBR) is also gratefully acknowledged.

This study received financial support from Yayasan Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (Project no: 0153AA-E45).

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Global Biochar Market and Competitive Landscape Report 2019

6 January, 2020
 

The Global Biochar Market is expected to grow from USD 1,232.67 Millions in 2018 to USD 3,601.67 Millions by the end of 2025 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.55%, as per the latest report published by Report Ocean. In this report, we analyze the Biochar industry from two aspects.

At the same time, we classify different Biochar markets based on their definitions. Upstream raw materials, equipment, and downstream consumer analysis is also carried out. It also focuses on market influencing factors, competitive landscape, data, trends, information, and exclusive vital statistics of the market.

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In the report, we have covered two proprietary models, the FPNV Positioning Matrix and Competitive Strategic Window. The FPNV Positioning Matrix analyses the competitive market place for the players in terms of product satisfaction and business strategy they adopt to sustain in the market. The Competitive Strategic Window analyses the competitive landscape in terms of markets, applications, and geographies. The Competitive Strategic Window helps the vendor define an alignment or fit between their capabilities and opportunities for future growth prospects. During a forecast period, it defines the optimal or favorable fit for the vendors to adopt successive merger and acquisitions strategies, geography expansion, research & development, new product introduction strategies to execute further business expansion and growth.

The report consists of streamlined financial data obtained from various research sources to provide specific and trustworthy analysis. Evaluation of the key market trends with a positive impact on the market over the following couple of years, including an in-depth analysis of the market segmentation, comprising of sub-markets, on a regional and global basis. The report also provides a detailed outlook of the market share along with strategic recommendations, on the basis of emerging segments.

Major segments covered in the Biochar Market report include:

On the basis of Row Material, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Biochar Source Material and Soil/Substrate.

On the basis of Feedstock, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Agricultural Waste, Animal Manure, and Woody Biomass.

On the basis of Technology, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Gasification and Pyrolysis.

On the basis of Application, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Agriculture, Energy Production, and Water & Waste Water Treatment.

The market studied is moderately competitive and consists mostly of international players. The key players in the market are investing heavily in product development and adopting aggressive marketing strategies and promotion campaigns to capture a wide consumer base. Some of the major players in the Biochar market include:

The report deeply explores the recent significant developments by the leading vendors and innovation profiles in the Global Biochar Market including are Agri-Tech Producers, LLC, Aries Clean Energy, Biochar Products, Inc., Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc., Diacarbon Energy Inc., Vega Biofuels, Inc., 3R ENVIRO TECH Group, Airex Energy, ArSta Eco, Biochar Supreme, LLC, Carbon Gold, Clean Fuels B.V., Earth Systems PTY. LTD., Pacific Pyrolysis, Phoenix Energy, and The Biochar Company.

This report studies the top producers and consumers focuses on product capacity, production, value, consumption, market share and growth opportunity in these key regions, covering

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Biochar Market (2020-2029): Brief Analysis And Business Strategies By Leading Key Players | Agri …

6 January, 2020
 

Summary of Biochar Market:

Biochar market research report gives the most up to date industry information and industry future trends, enabling you to distinguish the products and end users driving Revenue development and profitability. The report is a splendid introduction of basic elements, provincial development, rivalry, and other significant aspects of the Biochar Market. 

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The business report lists the main competitors and gives the insights strategic industry Analysis of the key components affecting the market. The report incorporates the figures, Analysis, and exchange of significant industry patterns, market size, market share estimates and profiles of the estimates business Players. Key players of Biochar market profiled in this report are Agri-Tech Producers LLC, Genesis Industries LLC, Diacarbon Energy Inc, Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc, Vega Biofuels Inc, Earth Systems Bioenergy, Biochar Products Inc, Earth Systems PTY. LTD., Waste to Energy Solutions Inc, Swiss Biochar GmbH

In this report, the global Biochar market is esteemed at USD XX million in 2020 and is anticipated to reach USD XX million before the end of 2029, developing at a CAGR of XX% during the period 2020 to 2029. 

The objectives of the Biochar market report are – 

• To analyze and research the Biochar status and future figure in the United States, European Union, and China, including deals, esteem (income), development rate (CAGR), market share, authentic and forecast. 

• To show the key Biochar manufacturers, exhibiting the business, revenue, market share, and recent advancement for key players. 

• To part the breakdown information by regions, type, organizations, and applications 

• To analyze the global and key area’s market potential and advantage, opportunity, and challenge, limitations, and dangers. 

• To distinguish noteworthy patterns, drivers, impact factors in worldwide and districts 

• To investigate competitive improvements such as expansions, understandings, new product dispatches, and acquisitions in the market. 

The Biochar Market report is divided on the basis of Technology, Application, And Region

By technology:

Pyrolysis
Gasification
Hydrothermal
Others
By application:

Agriculture
Water & waste water treatment
Others

Table of Content of Biochar Market Report:

Chapter One: About the Biochar Industry 

Chapter Two: World Market Competition Landscape 

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Chapter Eight: Import, Export, Consumption and Consumption Value by Major Countries 

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Explore the recycling of bioleaching functional bacteria and sulfur substrate using the sulfur-covered biochar particles

Background Bioleaching has been attracting attention recent years as an emerging sediment heavy metal pollution remediation technology. However, the use of sulfur powder as sulfur substrate causes the problem of “post-acidification”, and the free bioleaching functional bacteria which are susceptible to environmental impact during reactor operation cannot be used efficiently for multiple rounds. These problems can be solved if the sulfur substrate and the bioleaching functional bacteria can be recycled simultaneously after bioleaching. A new kind of sulfur substrate, the laboratory-made sulfur-covered biochar particles, were used in the bioleaching experiment, compared with sulfur powder and sulfur powder mixed with the surfactant rhamnolipid.

Results The sulfur-covered biochar particles exhibited superior bioleaching performance, including faster acidification rate, SO 4 2- production rate and heavy metal bioleaching rate, and higher heavy metal solubilization percentage (Ni 33.76%; Cu 66.16%; Zn 65.494%), which was resulted from the acceleration of bioleaching reaction by the bioleaching functional bacteria immobilized on the biochar surface. Otherwise, the sulfur-covered biochar particles could be reused in the second round, and the heavy metal solubilization percentage (Ni32.84%, Cu69.93%, Zn67.17%) was comparable with that of the first round. Nevertheless, the sulfur content became the main limiting factor causing poor bioleaching performance during the third round. The sulfur mixed with the surfactant rhamnolipid did not show significant effect in promoting acidification and heavy metal solubilization due to high levels of organic matter and the impact of the low pH value.

Conclusion The research indicated the laboratory-made sulfur-covered biochar particles could realize the dual immobilization of the bioleaching functional bacteria and the sulfur substrate to support their recycling and reuse in the second bioleaching round. In the future research, the way to maintain the reuse of the sulfur-covered biochar particle for more rounds will be explored.

Due to technical limitations, full-text HTML conversion of this manuscript could not be completed.  However, the manuscript can be downloaded and accessed as a PDF.

Code

Sulfur substrate

Sulfur content

Particle size

Source

Note

S

sulfur powder

≥ 99.5%

200-300 μm

Shijiazhuang Jiyanzhengnong   corporation

/

SC

 sulfur-covered biochar particles

70%

irregular particles with size of about 5 mm

prepared by the laboratory

  prepared by solidifying melted elemental sulfur on the surface of the bamboo biochar

R

sulfur powder mixed with rhamnolipid 

≥ 99.5%

200-300 μm

VICTEX  corporation

rhamnolipid surfactant is secreted by Pseudomonas. The added concentration in the research was 0.3 g/L [10]

C

none

/

/

/

control check group, no sulfur substrate added

N

none

/

/

/

sterilization treatment group, added 200 mg/L NaN3

Table 1 The properties of the different sulfur substrates

 

 

 

 

Table 2 Parameters of heavy metal curve fitting when different sulfur substrate used

 

 

Code

Mlimit

x

p

B

TVmax

(day)

Vmax

(mg·kg-1·day-1)

T95%

(day)

R^2

 

S-A

30.06

3.073

2.501

32.14

2.188

7.708

10.25

0.9618

Ni

SC-A

29.87

2.939

2.772

31.41

2.238

8.461

8.675

0.9755

 

R-A

39.62

5.592

1.897

41.45

3.197

4.698

26.99

0.9809

 

S-A

193.5

3.850

4.890

197.2

3.537

65.31

7.06

0.9939

Cu

SC-A

195.2

3.627

4.351

200.4

3.271

73.87

6.27

0.9882

 

R-A

214.5

6.020

5.485

215.0

5.692

50.59

10.30

0.9974

 

S-A

237.8

2.952

4.117

245.3

2.616

90.78

6.08

0.9800

Zn

SC-A

247.2

2.833

4.455

252.3

2.555

104.35

5.50

0.9882

 

R-A

298.6

5.088

3.185

303.7

4.147

52.53

12.92

0.9829

 

 

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Explore the recycling of bioleaching functional bacteria and sulfur substrate using the sulfur-covered biochar particles

Background Bioleaching has been attracting attention recent years as an emerging sediment heavy metal pollution remediation technology. However, the use of sulfur powder as sulfur substrate causes the problem of “post-acidification”, and the free bioleaching functional bacteria which are susceptible to environmental impact during reactor operation cannot be used efficiently for multiple rounds. These problems can be solved if the sulfur substrate and the bioleaching functional bacteria can be recycled simultaneously after bioleaching. A new kind of sulfur substrate, the laboratory-made sulfur-covered biochar particles, were used in the bioleaching experiment, compared with sulfur powder and sulfur powder mixed with the surfactant rhamnolipid.

Results The sulfur-covered biochar particles exhibited superior bioleaching performance, including faster acidification rate, SO 4 2- production rate and heavy metal bioleaching rate, and higher heavy metal solubilization percentage (Ni 33.76%; Cu 66.16%; Zn 65.494%), which was resulted from the acceleration of bioleaching reaction by the bioleaching functional bacteria immobilized on the biochar surface. Otherwise, the sulfur-covered biochar particles could be reused in the second round, and the heavy metal solubilization percentage (Ni32.84%, Cu69.93%, Zn67.17%) was comparable with that of the first round. Nevertheless, the sulfur content became the main limiting factor causing poor bioleaching performance during the third round. The sulfur mixed with the surfactant rhamnolipid did not show significant effect in promoting acidification and heavy metal solubilization due to high levels of organic matter and the impact of the low pH value.

Conclusion The research indicated the laboratory-made sulfur-covered biochar particles could realize the dual immobilization of the bioleaching functional bacteria and the sulfur substrate to support their recycling and reuse in the second bioleaching round. In the future research, the way to maintain the reuse of the sulfur-covered biochar particle for more rounds will be explored.

Due to technical limitations, full-text HTML conversion of this manuscript could not be completed.  However, the manuscript can be downloaded and accessed as a PDF.

Code

Sulfur substrate

Sulfur content

Particle size

Source

Note

S

sulfur powder

≥ 99.5%

200-300 μm

Shijiazhuang Jiyanzhengnong   corporation

/

SC

 sulfur-covered biochar particles

70%

irregular particles with size of about 5 mm

prepared by the laboratory

  prepared by solidifying melted elemental sulfur on the surface of the bamboo biochar

R

sulfur powder mixed with rhamnolipid 

≥ 99.5%

200-300 μm

VICTEX  corporation

rhamnolipid surfactant is secreted by Pseudomonas. The added concentration in the research was 0.3 g/L [10]

C

none

/

/

/

control check group, no sulfur substrate added

N

none

/

/

/

sterilization treatment group, added 200 mg/L NaN3

Table 1 The properties of the different sulfur substrates

 

 

 

 

Table 2 Parameters of heavy metal curve fitting when different sulfur substrate used

 

 

Code

Mlimit

x

p

B

TVmax

(day)

Vmax

(mg·kg-1·day-1)

T95%

(day)

R^2

 

S-A

30.06

3.073

2.501

32.14

2.188

7.708

10.25

0.9618

Ni

SC-A

29.87

2.939

2.772

31.41

2.238

8.461

8.675

0.9755

 

R-A

39.62

5.592

1.897

41.45

3.197

4.698

26.99

0.9809

 

S-A

193.5

3.850

4.890

197.2

3.537

65.31

7.06

0.9939

Cu

SC-A

195.2

3.627

4.351

200.4

3.271

73.87

6.27

0.9882

 

R-A

214.5

6.020

5.485

215.0

5.692

50.59

10.30

0.9974

 

S-A

237.8

2.952

4.117

245.3

2.616

90.78

6.08

0.9800

Zn

SC-A

247.2

2.833

4.455

252.3

2.555

104.35

5.50

0.9882

 

R-A

298.6

5.088

3.185

303.7

4.147

52.53

12.92

0.9829

 

 


Effects of mixing biochar on soil N 2 O, CO 2 , and CH 4 emissions after prescribed fire in alpine …

7 January, 2020
 

Prescribed fires or wildfires are common in natural ecosystems. Biochar input during fires can impact soil greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, including methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), and nitrous oxide (N2O). Meadows are functionally important ecosystems due to their large carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) stocks and potential to mitigate GHG emissions. The effects of biochar on meadow GHG emissions may be sensitive to whether it is derived from more than one type of vegetation, especially with N addition and warming. To further our understanding of how input of fire-derived biochar affects meadow soil GHG emissions, especially under the context of N deposition and warming, we conducted this study to examine potential non-additive effects of these factors.

We collected soils from meadows dominated by Miscanthus sinensis and Arundinella hirta at Wugong Mountain (Jiangxi, China). Biochar was produced by pyrolyzing the aboveground vegetation of each of the two species at 450 °C for 1 h. Mixed biochar was produced by 1:1 ratio. Soil GHG emissions and N transformations were measured by incubating soils with biochar (control, M. sinensis biochar, A. hirta biochar, mixed biochar) and N addition (control vs. 6 g m−2) treatments at different temperatures (10, 15, 20, or 25 °C).

Biochar input consistently increased both CH4 and N2O flux, but only A. hirta and mixed biochar decreased CO2 emission rates. Mixed biochar imposed non-additive effects on cumulative CH4 and CO2 emissions. Biochar decreased soil nitrification rates and increased the temperature sensitivity of soil N2O emission rates. The results indicated that biochar input during fires in meadows impacts soil GHG emissions and N transformations. Input of biochar into meadow soil following fire impacted GHG emissions, and mixing biochar derived from different species imposed non-additive effects on CH4 and CO2 emissions.

The variable and non-additive biochar effects on soil GHG emissions showed that fire-induced alterations in meadow soil GHG emissions will depend on the species composition of the local plant community. The effects of biochar on meadow soil GHG emissions after fires should be considered in future budgets of meadow soil GHG emissions and prediction of prescribed fire impacts on meadow ecosystems under the context of N deposition and warming.

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“Agriculture might just be the single most important industry on the planet for creating negative carbon emissions under current economic policy,” said Professor Benjamin Houlton, director of the John Muir Institute of the Environment and champion of the One Climate Initiative.

Houlton said carbon farming is the key to help solve climate change. His mission is to counteract a simple, startling fact: A single carbon dioxide molecule remains in the atmosphere for more than 100 years, locking us into climate change in the future.

“Farmers and ranchers can capture carbon and store it in the soil,” Houlton said. “They can create negative emissions, which means the amount of greenhouse gases that are going into the air from their industry is lower than the amount that they’re drawing out of the air.”

Carbon farming also produces usable products that benefit the economy, community, ecosystem and people. For example, burying pulverized rock in farmland increases crop yield while storing carbon in the earth for extended periods of time.

“A lot of these practices are indigenous practices, so even pulverized rock has been used by farmers since the 17th century to restore soil because it provides nutrients,” Houlton said.

Houlton said he plans to further develop the carbon farm project through One Climate and harness UC Davis’ interdisciplinary research strengths and close proximity to Sacramento’s leading climate policy leaders to partner with industry.

“The One Climate vision is about transforming society in a way that is sustainable, produces the jobs we need, trains the next generation of leaders and creates a climate-smart workforce,” Houlton said. “And one of the centerpieces of One Climate is creating the world’s most innovative carbon farm.”

Carbon farming involves using resources such as compost, biochar and pulverized rock, and using enhanced weathering — basically, accelerating Earth’s natural processes — to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

“We’ve teamed up with industry partners to use biochar, which is taking organic carbon like trees, vegetation and manure, and burning it slightly at a high temperature,” Houlton said. “It becomes more resistant to breakdown and helps with water and nutrient use, while also storing carbon for longer periods of time.”

In California, biochar can reduce wildfires by removing trees that could be a fire risk and putting it into the soil. Similarly, compost deposits green waste or food waste into the soil to create a carbon sink.

“The cool thing about these technologies is that we’re taking some known quantities in the ag sector and saying it also captures carbon,” Houlton said. “Farmers might use these methods because it helps with yield and soil nutrients, but they should continue and even scale up these efforts because it will help solve the climate crisis in the long run.”

Scientists at UC Davis have found that compost is fundamental to storing carbon in semi-arid cropland soils. Houlton teamed up with the UC Davis Russell Ranch Sustainable Agriculture Facility to build off their baseline research. Together, they found that compost provides additional vital nutrients for microbes to function effectively and stabilize carbon in soil.

In addition to joining forces with several other institutions like UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and California State University, East Bay, on demonstration projects, Houlton has received a $4.7 million grant from the state of California’s Strategic Growth Council to research scalable methods of using soil amendments to store carbon.

“We’re working with commercial and family growers all across the state, covering the full spectrum of most agricultural activities,” Houlton said. “Our first array of demonstration projects involving the different materials began in October,” Houlton said.

Houlton has been working with the Intertribal Agriculture Council, which includes indigenous tribes from across the nation, and in particular, the Pauma Tribe in California to engage in carbon farming demonstrations.

“One of the most inspiring things about tribes is we have a lot to learn from them,” Houlton said. “What motivates me the most is listening to people from very diverse perspectives talk about where they think solutions are and how we can work together.”

Houlton said as world leaders in many aspects of plant, animal, engineering and environmental science, UC Davis is well-equipped to lead efforts to find global solutions for climate challenges.

“We put society above discipline,” Houlton said. “I have so many colleagues who want to partner with UC Davis.”

 

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The global market for biochar is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.22% in terms of volume during the estimated period. In terms of revenue, the global market is set to record a CAGR of 13.57%. The factors propelling the market growth are the continuous availability of energy, increasing government initiatives, and the availability of a diverse feedstock.

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Biochar is the end product that is obtained upon the burning of organic matter like agricultural waste, residential waste, forest waste, and is rich in carbon.It aids in increasing the soil properties, and in carbon sequestering.

In the case of carbon sequestering, carbon is captured and stored, and biochar can withhold carbon for longer durations.It enriches soil fertility, thereby stimulating plant growth.

The energy thus generated during the production of biochar can be substituted for carbon positive energy from fossil fuels.Biochar also results in reduced greenhouse emissions.

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The transportation and application of biochar have resulted in its loss, and hence needs extensive R&D activities in order to minimize the losses.The agriculture & feedstock category in the application segment garnered the largest market share in 2019.

Horticulture is estimated to be the fastest-growing application during the forecasted period.Farmers are the end-users for biochar, since they use it to increase the yield capacity of the land.

The high costs of biochar, with regard to large-scale applications, are projected to hinder the market growth.

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The global biochar market is analyzed geographically on the basis of markets situated across the regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the world.As of 2019, the market region of North America holds the largest market share in terms of revenue, and continues the trend by the end of the projected period.

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OROVILLE — Local universities and fire protection groups have launched workshops for a week where they learn how to burn wood piles more cleanly and how to make useful charcoal with a seminar and demonstration on Monday.

Butte College is organizing the series together with the Butte County Fire Safe Council, the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council and the Big Chico Creek Ecological Preserve. The groups saw an opportunity to educate Butte County residents about the campfire technique that burned hundreds of thousands of trees that now need to be disposed of. Many of the trees are transported to biomass power plants or in a storage area for hours.

Biochar is another solution. It is a charcoal that, in combination with compost, can store moisture and nutrients in the soil. The introduction of biomass into the soil also binds carbon that would otherwise get into the atmosphere and contribute to global warming. It is produced using a special burning method that produces less smoke than a conventional batch fire.

“We all know there is a lot of biomass waste to process and we encourage local property owners to do it themselves with minimal equipment,” said Steve Feher, a teacher at Butte College of Biochar and CEO of the Sustainable Community Development Institute. He has taught and researched biochar for several years, and is now focused on the benefits that the farming method and post-fire carbon sequestration can have for Butte County residents.

“The purpose is to involve a wide area of ​​Butte County,” he said of the workshops that will be held throughout the week at Concow, Paradise, and Forest Ranch.

On Monday, around a dozen participants gathered at the Berkeley Olive Grove in Oroville for the first demonstrations that were held after a morning seminar at Butte College. Darro Grieco, the owner of the grove, has been participating in bio-coal workshops and research with Feher for several years because he is interested in agricultural benefits such as carbon sequestration and soil health. He saw the Monday workshop as an opportunity to introduce the technique to another group, people who burned more and who might be interested in making it more efficient.

First, they prepared nearby water hoses to put out the fire and save the charcoal. Then they loaded three metal containers, so-called kilns, with pruned olive branches. They lit the top layer and then put branches in the oven.

The flames formed a “fire cap” on top of the stack that burned smoke and oxygen because they stayed very hot. In the meantime, the wood smoldered at the bottom of the heap and turned into charcoal rather than ash. The firing technique, illuminated from above, can also be used on piles that are not in ovens.

“This is cleaner, safer, and recovers more carbon,” said Kelpie Wilson, an adviser to Oregon-based Wilson Biochar Associates. The people of the Amazon have used biochar to build dark, rich soil long before Europeans came to the continent, and they are now experiencing some kind of revival, she said.

Wilson helped develop the latest biochar methods and products for modern agriculture. She returned to her university town of Chico for this week’s workshops.

Ruby Harris, a project assistant at the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council, followed the workshop closely on Monday.

“I was a little skeptical at first,” she said.

She’s had a lot of burns, but it can be a grueling and lengthy process. In addition, due to the ongoing trauma, she is reluctant to survive the fire, approach the flames or keep remnants of her burned forest. But she changes her mind, because the heat of the flames can actually burn the piles faster and the addition of soil can be beneficial for local agriculture. She is still learning the techniques and is particularly interested in those that require little investment or equipment. She made notes to take her back to her neighbors.

“If I can be turned, they can too,” she said. “Once we get it right, we can bring them more information.”

The next field workshops will take place:

Tuesday, January 7 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Concow Road 13006, Oroville (Concow) and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 13211 Concow Road, Oroville (Concow).

Wednesday, January 8, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 3635 Charqui Court, Oroville (Concow).

Thursday, January 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 7279 Pentz Road, Paradies.

Friday, January 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Big Chico Creek Ecological Preserve at 3521 14 Mile Road, Forest Ranch, on Highway 32.

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OROVILLE — Local colleges and fire safety groups kicked off a week of workshops teaching people how to burn piles of woody debris more cleanly and produce a beneficial charcoal with a seminar and demonstration on Monday.

Butte College, along with the Butte County Fire Safe Council, the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council and the Big Chico Creek Ecological Preserve, is organizing the series. The groups saw an opportunity to educate Butte County residents about the technique following the Camp Fire, which burned hundreds of thousands of trees that now need to be disposed of. Many of the trees are being trucked hours away to biomass power plants or to sit in a storage yard.

Biochar is another solution. It is a type of charcoal that can retain moisture and nutrients in the soil when combined with compost. Putting biomass into the soil also sequesters carbon, which would otherwise go into the atmosphere and contribute to global warming. It is produced using a special burning method that produces less smoke than a traditional pile burn.

“We all recognize that a lot of biomass waste needs to be processed, and we are encouraging local property owners to do this themselves with minimal equipment,” said Steve Feher, a teacher at Butte College focused on biochar and the executive director of the Sustainable Community Development Institute. He’s taught and researched biochar for several years, and is now shifting his focus from just the agricultural and carbon sequestration benefits of the method to the benefits it may have for Butte County residents after the fire.

“The purpose of this is to get a wide area of Butte County involved,” he said about the workshops, which will be held in Concow, Paradise and Forest Ranch all week.

On Monday, around a dozen participants gathered at Berkeley Olive Grove in Oroville for the first of the demonstrations, held after a morning seminar at Butte College. Darro Grieco, the owner of the grove, has been participating in biochar workshops and research with Feher for a few years because he’s interested in the agricultural benefits like carbon sequestration and soil health. He saw Monday’s workshop as an opportunity to bring the technique to a different group, namely people used to pile burns who may be interested in doing them more efficiently.

First, they prepared water hoses nearby to quench the fire and save the charcoal. Then they loaded three metal containers, called kilns, with pruned olive branches. They set fire to the top layer, then continued placing branches into the kiln.

The flames created a “fire cap” at the top of the pile, burning off smoke and oxygen because they stayed very hot. Meanwhile, the wood at the bottom of the pile smoldered, turning into biochar rather than ash. The top-lit burning technique can also be used on piles not in kilns.

“This is cleaner, safer and recovers more of the carbon,” explained Kelpie Wilson, a consultant with Oregon-based Wilson Biochar Associates. People in the Amazon used biochar to build up a dark, rich soil long before Europeans came to the continent, and now it’s enjoying a resurgence of sorts, she said.

Wilson helped develop cutting-edge biochar methods and products for modern agriculture. She returned to her college town of Chico for this week’s workshops.

Ruby Harris, a project assistant at the Yankee Hill Fire Safe Council, watched intently at Monday’s workshop.

“I was kind of skeptical at first,” she said.

She’s done many pile burns before, but it can be a tiring and lengthy process. What’s more, the lasting trauma of living through the fire is making her hesitant to get too close to flames or keep any remnants of her burned forest. But she’s changing her mind because, she says, the heat of the flames can actually burn the piles more quickly and the soil additive can be beneficial to local agriculture. She’s still learning the techniques and is particularly interested in those that require little investment or equipment. She was taking close notes to bring back to her neighbors.

“If I can be turned, they can too,” she said. “Once we get it right, we can bring them more information.”

The next field workshops will take place:

Tuesday, Jan. 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at 13006 Concow Road, Oroville (Concow) and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 13211 Concow Road, Oroville (Concow).

Wednesday, Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 3635 Charqui Court, Oroville (Concow).

Thursday, Jan. 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 7279 Pentz Road, Paradise.

Friday, Jan. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Big Chico Creek Ecological Preserve at 3521 14 Mile Road, Forest Ranch, off Highway 32.

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Synthesis, characterization and material properties of Titanium Carbide nanocomposite derived …

8 January, 2020
 

Use of biochar as carbon source.

Solgel technology for making titania and organic inorganic hybrid.

Carbothermal reduction of the hybrid to form TiC and polytypes.

Use of biochar as carbon source.

Solgel technology for making titania and organic inorganic hybrid.

Carbothermal reduction of the hybrid to form TiC and polytypes.

Titanium carbide was synthesized from biochar, an agricultural waste material. Sol-gel technology was used to develop organic-inorganic hybrid of titania and biochar. The hybrid was carbothermally reduced at a higher temperature of 1450°C in an inert atmosphere. Reduction of as-prepared TiC at different concentrations, resulted in production of khamrabaevite TiC polytypes.The lattice constants obtained for TiC phase in different samples were 0.45964 nm and 0.45112 nm respectively, indicating a decreasing order with increasing contents of Ti- contents.


High-efficiency removal of Cr(VI) by modified biochar derived from glue residue

8 January, 2020
 

Provided a new and feasible method for the waste glue residue treatment.

Cr(VI) removal effect by different modified glue residue biochar were compared.

ZnCl2 modified biochar showed the maximum adsorption of Cr(VI) (325 mg/g).

The adsorbent maintained a high adsorption efficiency (90%) after six cycles.

Provided a new and feasible method for the waste glue residue treatment.

Cr(VI) removal effect by different modified glue residue biochar were compared.

ZnCl2 modified biochar showed the maximum adsorption of Cr(VI) (325 mg/g).

The adsorbent maintained a high adsorption efficiency (90%) after six cycles.

A series of cost-effective, high-efficiency and sustainable adsorbent for Cr(VI) were prepared from waste glue residue. Considering that chemical modification has great influence on the properties of biochar, several modifiers (HCl, KOH, and ZnCl2) were used to improve the adsorption capacity of biochar. Besides that, the effect of prepare conditions (i.e., pyrolysis temperature and impregnation ratio of modifier and glue residue) were also investigated. Emission scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffractometer, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Autosorb1-MP Quantachrome were used to characterize the physicochemical properties of waste glue residue biochar. Reaction time, solution pH, adsorbent dosage, and initial adsorbate concentration on contaminant removal were also examined. The maximum sorption capacity of ZnCl2 modified glue residue biochar reached 325.54 mg/g, which is higher than previous reported adsorbents. The recycling experiment demonstrated that the removal efficiency of the optimal biochar was 90% after six cycles. Hence, waste glue residue exhibits a great potential in in Cr(VI) contaminated water's management.

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Catalytic conversion of gaseous tars using land, coastal and marine biomass-derived char …

8 January, 2020
 

Tar catalytic reforming behaviors of biochar catalysts were critically compared.

The tar conversion efficiency could reach about 94.6% by Re-char catalyst.

The yield and compositions of gas products also changed markedly.

Attempt to propose the mechanism of tar reduction process over biochar catalysts.

The increase in temperature can promotes the polymerization of some tar components.

Tar catalytic reforming behaviors of biochar catalysts were critically compared.

The tar conversion efficiency could reach about 94.6% by Re-char catalyst.

The yield and compositions of gas products also changed markedly.

Attempt to propose the mechanism of tar reduction process over biochar catalysts.

The increase in temperature can promotes the polymerization of some tar components.

The catalytic activity of biochar for tar removal was evaluated in a bench-scale combined fixed bed reactor by comparison of gaseous tar catalytic cracking behaviors over land (Corn stalks, Cs), coastal (Reed, Re) and marine (Sargassum horneri, Sh) char catalyst. The experiments demonstrated that the tar yield after addition of the biochar was reduced significantly; the tar conversion efficiency reached to 94.6 % for catalytic at 850°C with 50 mm char bed length using Re char. And the yield and composition of gas also changed markedly. The percentage of H2 and CO in the product gas were obviously increased. Sh has a higher H2 content (49.3% of the total gas content), whereas, CO dominated in the gas products for Cs (45.4%) and Re (48.1%). The results from GC-MS analysis illustrated that the increase in temperature promoted the tar cracking and also promotes the polymerization of some tar components.

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Low temperature adsorption of nitric oxide on cerium impregnated biomass-derived biochar

8 January, 2020
 

 


UAPB scientists eye eco-friendly solution to farm waste

8 January, 2020
 

Researchers at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff are studying the potential of biochar — a charcoal made from biomass — to reduce the ecological risks associated with common agricultural waste.

According to Hao Chen, PhD, assistant professor for the UAPB Department of Agriculture, the product is increasingly being used throughout the nation as a sustainable soil additive to improve crop yields.

“Agricultural waste, which includes animal manure as well as crop residues, can be a major nuisance for producers,” she said. “If farmers have rice husks or crop stems lying in their field, they commonly either let the plant residue sit or decide to burn it. Either practice releases a lot of greenhouse gasses into the environment.”

Chen said the conversion of agricultural waste to biochar could help producers deal with agricultural waste in a sustainable manner, minimizing the associated carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to climate change. Moreover, biochar can have a positive effect on soil and water quality in a number of other ways.

“Biochar may look like regular charcoal, but it actually captures agricultural chemicals from the local environment,” she said. “The value-added product is produced on a large scale in a few American factories, but it is also easy to make on small farms. For example, some small-scale producers use an oxygen-free tank or burn barrel to turn waste such as peanut hulls, walnut shells or sweet potato stems into biochar.”

Biochar can be added to soil through tilling. After application, the product absorbs pesticides and other chemical byproducts of agricultural production. Biochar improves water quality by ensuring nutrients and chemicals are not leached off the field and into the ground water or nearby bodies of water. It also increases soil health and fertility.

Chen said UAPB research on biochar is conducted in conjunction with the University of Florida. Current projects investigate biochar’s properties as a soil amendment and in relation to pollution absorption/degradation. Researchers are also studying the ability of biochar to sequester antibiotics in the environment.

“Antibiotics are commonly used in agricultural production and have become a huge problem in recent years,” she said. “They are released into the environment in animal manure or from reclaimed irrigation water and have a profoundly negative effect on microorganisms. Biochar applications help ensure antibiotics found in the soil are captured and contained inside the micropores of biochar. Since the micropores are not accessible to microorganisms, the bioavailability and environmental exposure of antibiotics will be largely reduced.”

UAPB project data will be used to determine agricultural best management practices for the use of biochar on a large scale, Chen said. Eventually the product could be an affordable substitute for other waste treatment agents such as active carbon.

Chen said the research furthers UAPB’s land-grant mission by helping make a clean resource available to small producers, who will be able to improve crop yields. At the same time, they will be contributing to overall local environmental protection.

“Biochar as a value-added product is an innovative and increasingly popular way to make agricultural waste profitable and better ensure soil quality and food productivity in the long run,” she said.

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"Biochar as a means of Water Purification in Haiti" by Caolan Keenan

8 January, 2020
 

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Biochar as a means of Water Purification in Haiti

Water Quality, Biochar, charcoal, filtration, water filter, Haiti, water

Environmental Health and Protection | Water Resource Management

Peter Wampler

Our research set out to determine if biochar, a compound made by burning organic plant matter in a low oxygen environment, would be a suitable means of removing E. coli populations from contaminated water collected from the Grand River in Allendale, MI using simple materials to construct a filter that could be constructed and used in Haiti. Previous research has shown biochar to be effective at trapping bacteria and other contaminants in the porous surface and by binding other non organic contaminants. We constructed multiple iterations of these filters using gravel, sand, and biochar and ran three live tests with different amounts of biochar and filtration procedures. Water collected after passing through filters was tested using the IDEXX method to determine bacterial counts. Our research showed that the biochar was in fact effective at removing E. coli in significant amounts, and that the amount of biochar present in the filter appears to be the most significant factor, as the filter with the most biochar present in it removed 100% of E. coli from our sample. Future research would be needed to determine an exact method of constructing a filter fit for Haitian communities that could be easily understood and constructed. However, this preliminary experiment has provided excellent groundwork and information regarding the efficacy of biochar for removing bacteria and making water cleaner.

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Preparation, environmental application and prospect of biochar-supported metal nanoparticles

8 January, 2020
 

Synthesis and characterization of biochar-supported metal nanoparticles are reviewed.

Environmental applications of composites are systematically summarized.

Performance of composites and key factors affecting the efficacy are discussed.

Reaction mechanisms of composites with the contaminants are illustrated.

Future prospects and challenges in environmental applications are proposed.

Synthesis and characterization of biochar-supported metal nanoparticles are reviewed.

Environmental applications of composites are systematically summarized.

Performance of composites and key factors affecting the efficacy are discussed.

Reaction mechanisms of composites with the contaminants are illustrated.

Future prospects and challenges in environmental applications are proposed.

Biochar is a low-cost, porous, and carbon-rich material and it exhibits a great potential as an adsorbent and a supporting matrix due to its high surface activity, high specific surface area, and high ion exchange capacity. Metal nanomaterials are nanometer-sized solid particles which have high reactivity, high surface area, and high surface energy. Owing to their aggregation and passivation, metal nanomaterials will lose excellent physiochemical properties. Carbon-enriched biochar can be applied to overcome these drawbacks of metal nanomaterials. Combining the advantages of biochar and metal nanomaterials, supporting metal nanomaterials on porous and stable biochar creates a new biochar-supported metal nanoparticles ([email protected]). Therefore, [email protected] can be used to design the properties of metal nanoparticles, stabilize the anchored metal nanoparticles, and facilitate the catalytic/redox reactions at the biochar-metal interfaces, which maximizes the efficiency of biochar and metal nanoparticles in environmental application. This work detailedly reviews the synthesis methods of [email protected] and the effects of preparation conditions on the properties of [email protected] during the preparation processes. The characterization methods of [email protected], the removal/remediation performance of [email protected] for organic contaminants, heavy metals and other inorganic contaminants in water and soil, and the effect of [email protected] properties on the remediation efficiency were discussed. In addition, this paper summarizes the effect of various parameters on the removal of contaminants from water, the effect of [email protected] remediation on soil properties, and the removal/remediation mechanisms of the contaminants by [email protected] in water and soil. Moreover, the potential directions for future research and development of [email protected] have also been discussed.


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Remediation of cadmium-contaminated soil with biochar simultaneously improves biochar's …

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8 January, 2020
 

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8 January, 2020
 

Pyroligneous acids produced from wood and plant materials, commonly known as wood vinegar, using a process known as destructive distillation. Methanol, acetone, and acetic acid are the main ingredients of wood vinegar and have historically been used to produce acetic acid on large scales. Due to increasing adoption of wood vinegar as a soil enhancer and organic pesticide in agriculture sector, the market of wood vinegar in the agricultural segment is expected to be highest. Due to numerous government policies, the need for biodegradable and non-hazardous chemicals in agriculture is increasing, and these factors are expected to drive the growth of wood vinegar market in the near future.

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North America, holding the supreme shares, is the leading regional entity from a geographical point of view. The market in North America is responsible for the maximum share in the Global Wood Vinegar Market. Europe, powered by its major countries such as the U.K, France, Germany, Italy, and the rest of it, follows North America with regards to market share in the global market. Asia Pacific is estimated to exceed all other regions with the highest CAGR from 2019 to 2025 where mainly India, China, and Japan are getting a firmer grip on the technological developmental front.

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Two-year evaluation of hydraulic properties of biochar-amended vegetated soil for application in …

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Nitrogen dynamics affected by biochar and irrigation level in an onion field

8 January, 2020
 

Biochar increased soil organic carbon, pore water pH, and electrical conductivity.

Biochar had no effect on ammonia emission, nitrous oxide emission and soil nitrate.

Irrigation had a profound impact on soil nitrate accumulation and leaching.

Higher leaching is associated with soil amended with biochar.

Irrigation, not biochar, and their interaction had significant effects on yield.

Biochar increased soil organic carbon, pore water pH, and electrical conductivity.

Biochar had no effect on ammonia emission, nitrous oxide emission and soil nitrate.

Irrigation had a profound impact on soil nitrate accumulation and leaching.

Higher leaching is associated with soil amended with biochar.

Irrigation, not biochar, and their interaction had significant effects on yield.

Soil amended with biochar has many potential environmental benefits, but its influence on the fate of nitrogen (N) under irrigated conditions is unclear. The objective of this research was to determine the effects of biochar and interactions with irrigation on N movement in soil, gas emissions, and leaching. A three-year study was conducted in an onion field with three main irrigation treatments (50, 75, and 100% of a reference that provided sufficient water for plant growth) and three biochar amendment rates (0 or control, low char – applied first year at 29 Mg ha−1, and high char – added both first and second year for a total 58 Mg ha−1) as sub-treatments in a split-plot design. Nitrogen fertilizer was applied three times during first year growing season, but weekly the second year. Ammonia (NH3) volatilization, nitrous oxide (N2O) emission, and nitrate (NO3) in soil pore water were monitored during growing season, and annual N (total and NO3) changes in soil profile were determined for first two years. Nitrate leaching was measured in the third year. Ammonia volatilization was affected by fertilization frequency with higher loss (5–8% of total applied) when fertilizer was applied in large doses during the first year compared to the second year (4–5%). Nitrous oxide emissions were ≤0.1% of applied N for both years and not affected by any treatments or fertilization frequency. Nitrate concentration in soil profile increased significantly as irrigation level dropped, but most of the NO3 was leached by winter rain. There was no significant biochar effect on total N gas emissions or soil NO3 accumulation, but significant irrigation effect and interaction with biochar were determined on soil NO3 accumulation. High leaching was associated with biochar amendment and higher irrigation level. Irrigation strategies are the key to improving N management and developing the best practices associated with biochar.


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Biochar Market 2020 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation, Analysis and Forecast to 2025

9 January, 2020
 

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Biochar Market 2020

Industry Overview
The global Biochar market report analyses market potential from 2015 to 2020 and offers predictions of compound annual growth rates until 2025. It gives explicit details of the implications of market trends in the context of the existing market size and future growth, both regionally and globally. The global Biochar report is divided into various sections, including market definition, product/services applications and segmentation, regional analysis, as well as research methodology used. For a detailed understanding of the global Biochar market, the competitive landscape has also been studied as well as various pricing margins and risked faced by the manufacturers/service providers. The nature of the industry is also discussed, keeping in mind the leading players of the market with a close eye on the merger and acquisition activities around the globe. The sales forecast is also provided in the regional markets and its impact on the overall global Biochar market during the forecast period 2020-2025. 

The global Biochar market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of 8.6% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD 699 million by 2025, from USD 502.3 million in 2019.

 

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The key players of the industry are covered along with their detailed profiles. The global Biochar market report also discusses the strategies these companies are adopting to fight the challenges in the market. With several new entrants in the market, the report explains the merger and acquisitions activities of major companies to remain competitive, maintain their market share and enter new markets during the given period between 2020 and 2025.

The top players covered in Biochar are: Cool Planet, Pacific Biochar, Terra Char, Biochar Supreme, CharGrow, NextChar, The Biochar Company (TBC), Interra Energy, Genesis Industries, Biochar Now, ElementC6, Vega Biofuels, etc.

Segmentation
The global Biochar market report has a section on the segmentation of products/services. This section of the report includes segmentation based on several aspects, including segmentation based on type, application, and regions. The segmentation of the market is done to get an accurate and detailed insight into the market during the stipulated time frame. When segmented based on regions, the report covers North America, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Europe.

Regional Analysis
The report has been segmented into major geographic regions such as North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and Africa. The regional analysis is conducted to help take a closer look at the activities in these regions where the Biochar market is concentrated. This provides a comprehensive and indicative view of the market trends during the forecasted period between 2020 and 2025. The report also provides several opportunities in these regions as well as their positive or negative impact in the coming years.

 

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3 Global Biochar Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer (2017-2018) 

4 Global Biochar Market Analysis by Regions 

5 North America Biochar by Country 

6 Europe Biochar by Country 

7 Asia-Pacific Biochar by Country 

8 South America Biochar by Country 

9 Middle East and Africa Biochar by Countries 

10 Global Biochar Market Segment by Type 

11 Global Biochar Market Segment by Application 

12 Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025) 

13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers 

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Synthesis of nickel/biochar composite from pyrolysis of Microcystis aeruginosa and its practical use …

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This study proposes a sustainable waste-to-energy/biochar platform using a toxic microalgal biomass waste. In particular, CO2-feeding pyrolysis of Microcystis aeruginosa (M. aeruginosa) waste was investigated, focusing on the analysis of gaseous pyrolysates and properties of biochar with a construction of mass balance. Also, the catalytic capability of biochar produced from M. aeruginosa was explored to reinforce the mechanistic impact of CO2 on the pyrolysis process within the overall process level. Ni impregnated biochar composite was further synthesized and used as a catalyst to promote syngas formation in the CO2-feeding pyrolysis process of M. aeruginosa.

Biochar-derived catalyst; Biomass valorization; Carbon dioxide (CO(2)); Engineering biochar; Microalgae; Pyrolysis


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The Research Report On Biochar Market Present Current situation of Biochar Market with Recent Trend And Growth. The Report Gives complete analyses of the Biochar Market With Leading Manufacturers Analysis including their Market share.The Report Analyse Market strategies that are being adopted by leading respective organizations to understand the future outlook and prospects for the Biochar Market.

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The Research projects that the Biochar market size will grow from XX Million in 2017 to XX Million by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of XX %. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the market size is projected from 2019 to 2023.Biochar is a charcoal which is obtained by heating different waste products such as wood waste, agricultural waste, animal manure and forest waste. These waste products are used as feedstock for production of biochar. Biochar is produced mainly through modern pyrolysis processes in which direct thermal decomposition of biomass waste in the absence of oxygen, resulting into biochar along with bio-oil and syngas. Biochar obtained is rich in carbon content and is fine grained residue. Biochar can also be obtained using different technologies such as gasification, microwave pyrolysis, etc.

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The increasing use of pesticides and other chemical compounds has led to the degradation of soil quality. These compounds kill the essential microbes and organisms along with the harmful ones. For example, the earthworms make the soil loose and fertile and help the framer by enriching the soil with essential nutrients. These organisms get destroyed by the pesticides and other chemicals and thus render the lands infertile after months of extensive use.
One such product that has attracted attention is the development of a substance called biochar. The compound is formed through natural processes and make the soil fertile. The access to large amounts of biochar and the increasing demand for the product in the international markets has boosted the sales figure of the compound.
The global biochar market is about to reach a significant milestone of $3.1 billion by the year 2025. The numbers are astounding and hence has attracted the international markets. The element is supposed to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.2 % during the period. The double-digit growth figures and huge market potential has attracted companies and investors all over the world.

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The vast market potential of biochar has attracted some key industry players. Some of the most prominent industry players who have been in the industry are Hawaii Biochar, The Biochar Company (TBC), Pacific Biochar, Walking Point, ec6Grow, Vega Biofuels, Diacarbon Energy, Cool Planet Energy Systems among many others.
Biochar has quickly become one of the major discoveries. The biochar market represents a huge potential, and some of the most prominent industries on the planet are working on to improve the capabilities of the product. The sector has already registered a significant figure in the year 2018 and is about to reach even a better milestone by the year 2024.

Factors affecting the growth opportunities
There are several factors in play regarding the growth opportunities of the global biochar market. The rising awareness among farmers, the pressing demand by governments for the adoption of organic farming practices, cheaper access to biochar along with a slew of other factors have helped the industry grow leap and bound.
Apart from that, good crop yields, coupled with an increase in productivity by the use of biochar, has helped the product build trust among its users. There are very few side effects of the use of biochar. The product is organic and is abundantly in nature. This makes biochar the go-to product for agricultural practices and has thus created a buzz in the international market. The biochar market is growing strong is, therefore supported by communities all over the world.

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The biochar market has attracted significant economies. Economies with massive dependence on agricultural practices have adopted the growing biochar market. Leading geographies like China, India, Brazil, Japan and Mexico have been leading the race. But the increasing acceptance of the biochar practices in the leading countries like the United States and Europe are not far behind. The sustainable practices, along with cheap rates of biochar, has set a race in countries all over the world.

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Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Insights 2019 – Biogrow Limited, Biochar Farms, Anulekh …

10 January, 2020
 

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Report identifies the assessable estimation of the market including Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Outlook and Forecasts 2019-2026″ present in the industry space. The report studies historical data, facts, attentive opinions, current growth factors, and market threats with competitive analysis of major Biochar Fertilizer Market Players, value chain analysis, and future roadmap.

The essential objective of the report is to gain the comprehensive understanding of the market in terms of its definition, segmentation, market potential, influential trends, and the challenges that the market is facing. In-depth research and analysis has been covered to offer key statistic on the market status of the market manufacturers. The report also covers the competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major players operating in the market.

Major Industry Player Profiles That Included by Biochar Fertilizer Market Research Report:

Biogrow Limited
Biochar Farms
Anulekh
GreenBack
Carbon Fertilizer
Global Harvest Organics

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Key Stakeholders Covered inside this Biochar Fertilizer Report:
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• Biochar Fertilizer Subcomponent Manufacturers
• Biochar Fertilizer Industry Association
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The Segmentation for the Biochar Fertilizer Market Report:

Global Biochar Fertilizer market segmentation by type:

Organic Fertilizer
Inorganic Fertilizer
Compound Fertilizer

Global Biochar Fertilizer market segmentation by application:

Cereals
Oil Crops
Fruits and Vegetables
Others

Geographically, this market report studies the following key geographical regions: North America, Europe, China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia, Other regions (Central & South America, Middle East & Africa)


Global Biochar Market and Competitive Landscape Report 2020

10 January, 2020
 

Report Ocean calculated the value of the Global Biochar Market as approximately USD1,232.67 Million in 2018, and the market is estimated to grow with a healthy growth rate of approximately 16.55%, over the forecast period 2018-2025.

The regional segmentation of the global Biochar market in the research report is as follows:

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On the basis of Row Material, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Biochar Source Material and Soil/Substrate.

On the basis of Feedstock, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Agricultural Waste, Animal Manure, and Woody Biomass.

On the basis of Technology, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Gasification and Pyrolysis.

On the basis of Application, the Global Biochar Market is studied across Agriculture, Energy Production, and Water & Waste Water Treatment.

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Market players play a key role in calculating the market size and market share, some of the key players present in the global Biochar market are:

Agri-Tech Producers

LLC

Aries Clean Energy

Biochar Products

Inc.

Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc.

Diacarbon Energy Inc.

Vega Biofuels

Inc.

3R ENVIRO TECH Group

Airex Energy

ArSta Eco

Biochar Supreme

LLC

Carbon Gold

Clean Fuels B.V.

Earth Systems PTY. LTD.

Pacific Pyrolysis

Phoenix Energy

and The Biochar Company.

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Global Biochar Market Insights 2019-2025 | iacarbon Energy, BSEI, Airex Energy Inc., Cool Planet …

10 January, 2020
 

Global Biochar Market Research Report comprises holistic business information and changing trends in the market that enables users to spot the pin-point analysis of the market along with revenue, growth and profit during the forecast period. It provides in-depth study of Biochar Market by using SWOT analysis. This gives complete analysis of drivers, restrains and opportunities of the market. Additionally, report provides a detailed study of top players within the market by highlighting their product description, business overview and business strategy. It also endows with quantity of production, future demand, required raw material, and the money health of the organization.

Our best analysts have surveyed the market report with the reference of inventories and data given by the key players:

Diacarbon Energy
BSEI
Airex Energy Inc.
Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc.
3R ENVIRO TECH Group
Pacific Pyrolysis
Phoenix Energy
Vega Biofuels, Inc.
Full Circle Biochar
Genesis Industries LLC
Earth Systems Bioenergy
Agri-Tech Producers, LLC
Biochar Supreme LLC, CharGrow
LLCPacific Biochar

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It has provided quantitative and qualitative analysis along with absolute opportunity assessment in the report. Also, the report offers Porter’s Five Forces analysis and PESTLE analysis for more detailed contrast studies. Each section of the report has something valuable that helps companies for improving their sales and marketing strategy, gross margin, and profit margins. Using the report as a tool for gaining insightful Biochar market analysis, players can identify the much-required changes in their operation and improve their approach to doing business.

Key Highlights of the Biochar Market Report:

Figure Global Production Market Share of Biochar market by Types and by Applications in 2019

Global Biochar Market Segmentations as below:

By the product type, the market is primarily split into:

Pyrolysis
Gasification
Others

By the end-users/application, this report covers the following segments:

Livestock
Farming
Others

Market, By Regions:

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At last report covers a short outline of the dealers, distributors, and suppliers. Additionally, it provides sales channel, analysis findings and results. It spots some new entrants within the market. The study thus, suggests a brand new proposition to embellish Biochar market and nurture business as it explains current global market as well as future market.


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10 January, 2020
 

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Research Report comprises holistic business information and changing trends in the market that enables users to spot the pin-point analysis of the market along with revenue, growth and profit during the forecast period. It provides in-depth study of Biochar Fertilizer Market by using SWOT analysis. This gives complete analysis of drivers, restrains and opportunities of the market. Additionally, report provides a detailed study of top players within the market by highlighting their product description, business overview and business strategy. It also endows with quantity of production, future demand, required raw material, and the money health of the organization.

Our best analysts have surveyed the market report with the reference of inventories and data given by the key players:

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Biochar Farms
Anulekh
GreenBack
Carbon Fertilizer
Global Harvest Organics LLC

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Key Highlights of the Biochar Fertilizer Market Report:

Figure Global Production Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer market by Types and by Applications in 2019

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Segmentations as below:

By the product type, the market is primarily split into:

Organic Fertilizer
Inorganic Fertilizer
Compound Fertilizer

By the end-users/application, this report covers the following segments:

Cereals
Oil Crops
Fruits and Vegetables
Others

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11 January, 2020
 

Hg (II) adsorption was compared for modified and unmodified pine-needle biochars.

S-modified pine-needle biochar (BC-S) showed higher Hg (II) adsorption.

Hg (II) removal by BC-S was best described by pseudo-second-order kinetics.

The removal was occurred by complexation with S-containing functional groups.

BC-S resulted in insignificant S leaching to the surrounding aqueous phase.

Hg (II) adsorption was compared for modified and unmodified pine-needle biochars.

S-modified pine-needle biochar (BC-S) showed higher Hg (II) adsorption.

Hg (II) removal by BC-S was best described by pseudo-second-order kinetics.

The removal was occurred by complexation with S-containing functional groups.

BC-S resulted in insignificant S leaching to the surrounding aqueous phase.

Sulfur-modified pine-needle biochar (BC-S) was produced for the removal of Hg(II) in aqueous media via post-pyrolysis S stream exposure. Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, elemental analysis, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy confirmed the addition of S(0) groups on the surface of BC-S. Hg(II) adsorption on BC-S was best described by the Freundlich isotherm with a KF of 21.0 mg L g-1 and a pseudo-second-order adsorption kinetics model with a rate of 0.35 g mg-1 min-1. Hg(II) removal on BC-S was found to be an endothermic process that relied on C-Hg and S-Hg interactions rather than reduction by S(0) groups. The adsorption increased with increasing solution pH and decreased with increasing dissolved organic matter concentration, but was unaffected by increasing salt concentrations. BC-S showed a maximum of 3% S leaching in aqueous media after 28-d exposure time, and exposure to aqueous media did not convert Hg(II) to elemental Hg. Overall, BC-S exhibited superior Hg(II) removal performance over unmodified BC, thus having potential applications in natural water and wastewater treatment with no significant threat of secondary pollution.


Global Biochar Market ,Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Share and Forecast – 2019-2025

11 January, 2020
 

 The major factors driving the growth of the Biochar Market includes increasing consumption of organic food and ability of biochar to enhance soil fertility & plant growth. 

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SEIDMAN: Could The Bay actually make the bay cleaner?

12 January, 2020
 

Too often, a problem doesn’t get addressed until it’s a crisis, when resolving it is most difficult and costly. The red tide of 2018-2019 is a case in point. Though Sarasota County had for years kicked the can down the road on upgrading its water treatment systems and infrastructure, all of a sudden, water quality became an issue of the utmost urgency for politicians and residents alike.

The opportunity to address a problem at the source is all too rare. Which is why a proposed water filtration system that would vastly reduce nutrient content in runoff from the 53-acre waterfront project known as The Bay — as well as from downtown Sarasota’s streets — has already gained enthusiastic support from The Bay Park Conservancy, the nonprofit START (Solutions To Avoid Red Tide) and several other environmentally-minded agencies and organizations.

The “carbon-life” process, developed by Steve Suau of Progressive Water Resources, Inc., a Sarasota hydrology company, would involve installing an underwater “barrier” made up of woodchips and “biochar” (a porous charcoal) around the lagoon inlet in Phase 1 of The Bay project. Through a natural bacterial breakdown process, the system can vastly reduce nitrogen and phosphorus in the water; in a Lakewood Ranch pilot project, the process filtered 73 percent of nitrogen and 87 percent of phosphorous out of “secondary treated” (irrigation) groundwater.

“It’s so elegant in its simplicity,” said Jon Thaxton of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, which has granted a start-up $20,000 toward the design of a barrier for The Bay. “It’s taking all the forces Mother Nature has been using for eons and strategically configuring it for maximum efficiency, using gravity rather than mechanics or chemicals.”

Moreover, the process is “infinitely less expensive” than the cost of trying to remove nutrients once they are already in the waterway, he said.

Bill Waddill, chief implementation officer of The Bay Park Conservancy, said he was quickly sold after meeting with Suau and Sandy Gilbert, chairman and CEO of START. The filtration process fits seamlessly into The Bay’s commitment to environmental enhancement, he said, and the conservancy has already committed to digging the trench and installation of the barrier.

“I’m super excited to deploy it as part of our first phase and I’m sure we can have an impact on the water quality and the biology,” Waddill said. “And one of the things I love about it is, it’s relatively low tech and cost-effective. It’s basically a 5-by-5 trench filled with carbon materials that trigger the biology which you bury and then let nature do its thing. It’s brilliant.”

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Not only would the process treat runoff from the park before it hits the bay, it could also process an estimated 15 million of untreated water that is annually dumped into the bay by six major storm water pipes that drain ground water from east of the site, Thaxton said.

“We don’t get a chance to retrofit a stormwater project of this magnitude but once or twice in a lifetime,” he said. “This will afford us the opportunity not only to treat stormwater from the site but also from the many acres of downtown Sarasota which was developed before stormwater codes were in place.”

Because of the “high profile” location and visibility of The Bay, the success of the system could elicit attention from other developers and projects looking for a low-cost and ecological way to clean up reclaimed water or stormwater, said Gilbert. And since biochar can be made from sugar cane and is also a great soil enhancement for agriculture, he even envisions convincing “big sugar” to cut down rather than burn their sugar cane and establish a biochar factory to provide product for both farmers and municipalities hoping to clean up their water systems.

Gilbert said the new process is a leap forward, but complements other programs his group has been working on since its founding in 1995. These include the GCORR (Gulf Coast Oyster Recycling and Renewal) program, which collects used oyster shells from 11 Manatee County restaurants and recycles them into reefs for live oysters, which can filter up to 50 gallons of water a day; seeding beds of clams (which have a similar filtering capacity); and installing artificial “mini-reefs” under docks. (All of these interventions are also planned for The Bay site.)

“Those programs do something positive and make a mark,” Gilbert said. “The public loves them, the government loves them because they’re self-funded. But let’s face it. What do we really want? To keep the nutrients out of the water in the first place.”

In this era of rapid growth, we’ve been tackling issues like aging infrastructure, traffic congestion and building codes when they’re bordering out of control. With the Environmental Protection Agency on the brink of declaring Sarasota Bay south of the Ringling Causeway as “nutrient-impaired,” this is an opportunity to take a proactive step before the next disastrous red tide reminder.

“People’s eyes glaze over when you talk about stormwater, it only becomes sexy once it’s in the water,” said Thaxton, a self-confessed “stormwater geek.” “But in reality, this is going to the source and using Mother Nature to turn the tides of adverse human impacts. We don’t get many chances to do this.”

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Exceptional levofloxacin removal using biochar-derived porous carbon sheets

14 January, 2020
 

Biochar-derived porous carbon nanosheets have prepared via a facile method.

A fast and high LFC removal performance was achieved by PCS-900.

The adsorption capacity of PCS-900 was much higher than the present materials.

PCS-900 exhibited efficient removal in ambient factors and real water matrices.

Comprehensive investigation of interfacial mechanism was presented.

Biochar-derived porous carbon nanosheets have prepared via a facile method.

A fast and high LFC removal performance was achieved by PCS-900.

The adsorption capacity of PCS-900 was much higher than the present materials.

PCS-900 exhibited efficient removal in ambient factors and real water matrices.

Comprehensive investigation of interfacial mechanism was presented.

Fluoroquinolone antibiotic pollutants can irreversibly harm human health and aquatic organisms. Their removal remains an important challenge, because of the limited availability of practical adsorbents. Herein, we propose a porous carbon sheet (PCS-900) derived from waste biomass as a precursor for the decontamination of levofloxacin (LFC). Batch studies show that PCS-900 provided a high removal efficiency of 99.64% within 10 min, a maximum adsorption capacity of 754.12 mg/g, a wide applicable pH range, and a selectivity for LFC removal. The LFC can be sequestrated rapidly from different real water matrixes, indicating potentially practical application value. Micropore filling and π–π electron donor acceptor (EDA) interactions were responsible for the LFC removal mechanisms, which were confirmed by BET and FT-IR, Raman and theoretical calculation. BET analysis indicated a shrinking specific surface area and total pore volume. FT-IR and Raman spectroscopy showed a red shift of -OH stretching vibration and decreased intensity ratios of ID/IG after LFC adsorption, respectively. The theoretical simulation showed that various forms of LFC had strong interactions with the PCS-900. The closest interaction distance of LFC with PCS-900 was 2.52 Å via π–π stacking configurations. These findings could provide a reference for the fabrication of efficient antibiotic adsorbents from waste biomass in water remediation.


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Global Biochar Market Forecast 2020-2028

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Global Biochar Market Forecast 2020-2028

KEY FINDINGS
The global market for biochar is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.22% in terms of volume during the estimated period. In terms of revenue, the global market is set to record a CAGR of 13.57%. The factors propelling the market growth are the continuous availability of energy, increasing government initiatives, and the availability of a diverse feedstock.

MARKET INSIGHTS
Biochar is the end product that is obtained upon the burning of organic matter like agricultural waste, residential waste, forest waste, and is rich in carbon. It aids in increasing the soil properties, and in carbon sequestering. In the case of carbon sequestering, carbon is captured and stored, and biochar can withhold carbon for longer durations. It enriches soil fertility, thereby stimulating plant growth. The energy thus generated during the production of biochar can be substituted for carbon positive energy from fossil fuels. Biochar also results in reduced greenhouse emissions. These aspects of biochar drive its global market growth.

The transportation and application of biochar have resulted in its loss, and hence needs extensive R&D activities in order to minimize the losses. The agriculture & feedstock category in the application segment garnered the largest market share in 2019. Horticulture is estimated to be the fastest-growing application during the forecasted period. Farmers are the end-users for biochar, since they use it to increase the yield capacity of the land. The high costs of biochar, with regard to large-scale applications, are projected to hinder the market growth.

REGIONAL INSIGHTS
The global biochar market is analyzed geographically on the basis of markets situated across the regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the world. As of 2019, the market region of North America holds the largest market share in terms of revenue, and continues the trend by the end of the projected period. This is attributed to the commercialization of application and production, along with the standardization of the biochar manufacturing facilities. The Asia Pacific region is projected to be the fastest-growing market region in terms of revenue. One of the primary factors boosting the market growth is the rapid agricultural and economic development in the region.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS
The market boasts the presence of a large number of big industry players. Some of the imminent players registering its presence in the market include, Pacific Biochar, Tolero Energy, Biochar Now, Agri-Tech Producers LLC, Biogreen-Energy, etc.

Our report offerings include:
• Explore key findings of the overall market
• Strategic breakdown of market dynamics (Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Challenges)
• Market forecasts for a minimum of 9 years, along with 3 years of historical data for all segments, sub-segments, and regions
• Market Segmentation cater to a thorough assessment of key segments with their market estimations
• Geographical Analysis: Assessments of the mentioned regions and country-level segments with their market share
• Key analytics: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Vendor Landscape, Opportunity Matrix, Key Buying Criteria, etc.
• Competitive landscape is the theoretical explanation of the key companies based on factors, market share, etc.
• Company profiling: A detailed company overview, product/services offered, SCOT analysis, and recent strategic developments

1. Research Scope & Methodology
1.1. Study Objectives
1.2. Scope Of Study
1.3. Methodology
1.4. Assumptions & Limitations
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Market Size & Estimates
2.2. Market Overview
3. Market Dynamics
3.1. Market Definition
3.2. Key Drivers
3.2.1. Biochar’s Ability To Sequester Carbon Is Helping Its Adoption
3.2.2. Easy Availability Of Varied And Inexpensive Feedstock
3.2.3. Reliable And Constant Flow Of Energy
3.2.4. Strict Environment Regulations
3.3. Key Restraints
3.3.1. High Cost Of The End Product
3.3.2. Lack Of Incentives And Tax Rebates
3.3.3. Lack Of Demonstration Projects
3.3.4. Contamination Of Biochar And Its Feedstock
4. Key Analytics
4.1. Key Investment Insights
4.2. Porter’s Five Force Analysis
4.2.1. Buyer Power
4.2.2. Supplier Power
4.2.3. Substitution
4.2.4. New Entrants
4.2.5. Industry Rivalry
4.3. Opportunity Matrix
4.4. Vendor Landscape
4.5. Value Chain Analysis
4.6. Key Buying Criteria
4.7. Regulatory Framework
5. Market By Application (In Terms Of Value: $ Million)
5.1. Agriculture And Livestock
5.2. Air, Soil And Water Treatment
5.3. Horticulture
5.4. Industries
6. Market By Feedstock (In Terms Of Value: $ Million)
6.1. Forestry Waste
6.2. Agriculture Waste
6.3. Biomass Plantation
6.4. Residential Waste
6.5. Animal Manure
7. Market By Technology (In Terms Of Value: $ Million)
7.1. Slow Pyrolysis
7.2. Fast Pyrolysis
7.3. Gasification
7.4. Intermediate Pyrolysis
7.5. Hydrothermal Carbonization
7.6. Microwave Pyrolysis
8. Geographical Analysis (In Terms Of Value: $ Million & In Terms Of Volume: Kiloton)
8.1. North America
8.1.1. United States
8.1.2. Canada
8.2. Europe
8.2.1. United Kingdom
8.2.2. Germany
8.2.3. France
8.2.4. Italy
8.2.5. Russia
8.2.6. Belgium
8.2.7. Poland
8.2.8. Rest Of Europe
8.3. Asia Pacific
8.3.1. China
8.3.2. Japan
8.3.3. India
8.3.4. South Korea
8.3.5. Indonesia
8.3.6. Thailand
8.3.7. Vietnam
8.3.8. Australia & New Zealand
8.3.9. Rest Of Asia Pacific
8.4. Rest Of World
8.4.1. Latin America
8.4.2. Middle East & Africa
9. Company Profiles
9.1. Agri-tech Producers Llc
9.2. Pacific Biochar
9.3. Biochar Now
9.4. Biogreen-energy
9.5. Tolero Energy
9.6. Cool Planet Energy System
9.7. Airex Energy
9.8. Arsta Eco
9.9. Carbon Gold
9.10. Phoenix Energy
9.11. Earth Systems
9.12. Air Terra
List Of Tables
Table 1: Market Snapshot – Biochar
Table 2: Regulatory Framework
Table 3: Global Biochar Market, By Application, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 4: Global Biochar Market, By Application, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 5: Global Agriculture And Livestock Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 6: Global Agriculture And Livestock Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 7: Global Air, Soil And Water Treatment Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 8: Global Air, Soil And Water Treatment Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 9: Global Horticulture Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 10: Global Horticulture Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 11: Global Industries Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 12: Global Industries Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 13: Global Biochar Market, By Feedstock, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 14: Global Biochar Market, By Feedstock, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 15: Global Forestry Waste Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 16: Global Forestry Waste Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 17: Global Agriculture Waste Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 18: Global Agriculture Waste Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 19: Global Biomass Plantation Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 20: Global Biomass Plantation Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 21: Global Residential Waste Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 22: Global Residential Waste Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 23: Global Animal Manure Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 24: Global Animal Manure Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 25: Global Biochar Market, By Technology, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 26: Global Biochar Market, By Technology, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 27: Global Slow Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 28: Global Slow Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 29: Global Fast Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 30: Global Fast Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 31: Global Gasification Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 32: Global Gasification Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 33: Global Intermediate Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 34: Global Intermediate Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 35: Global Hydrothermal Carbonization Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 36: Global Hydrothermal Carbonization Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 37: Global Microwave Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 38: Global Microwave Pyrolysis Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 39: Global Biochar Market, By Geography, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 40: Global Biochar Market, By Geography, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 41: Global Biochar Market, By Geography, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In Kilotons)
Table 42: Global Biochar Market, By Geography, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In Kilotons)
Table 43: North America Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 44: North America Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 45: North America Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In Kilotons)
Table 46: North America Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In Kilotons)
Table 47: Europe Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 48: Europe Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 49: Europe Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In Kilotons)
Table 50: Europe Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In Kilotons)
Table 51: Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 52: Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 53: Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Country, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In Kilotons)
Table 54: Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Country, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In Kilotons)
Table 55: Rest Of World Biochar Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In $ Million)
Table 56: Rest Of World Biochar Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Table 57: Rest Of World Biochar Market, By Region, Historical Years, 2016-2019 (In Kilotons)
Table 58: Rest Of World Biochar Market, By Region, Forecast Years, 2020-2028 (In Kilotons)
List Of Figures
Figure 1: Key Investment Insights
Figure 2: Porter’s Five Force Analysis
Figure 3: Opportunity Matrix
Figure 4: Vendor Landscape
Figure 5: Value Chain Analysis
Figure 6: Key Buying Criteria
Figure 7: Global Biochar Market, Growth Potential, By Application, In 2019
Figure 8: Global Biochar Market, Agriculture And Livestock, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 9: Global Biochar Market, Air, Soil And Water Treatment, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 10: Global Biochar Market, Horticulture, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 11: Global Biochar Market, Industries, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 12: Global Biochar Market, Growth Potential, By Feedstock, In 2019
Figure 13: Global Biochar Market, Forestry Waste, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 14: Global Biochar Market, Agriculture Waste, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 15: Global Biochar Market, Biomass Plantation, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 16: Global Biochar Market, Residential Waste, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 17: Global Biochar Market, Animal Manure, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 18: Global Biochar Market, Growth Potential, By Technology, In 2019
Figure 19: Global Biochar Market, Slow Pyrolysis, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 20: Global Biochar Market, Fast Pyrolysis, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 21: Global Biochar Market, Gasification, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 22: Gasification Process
Figure 23: Global Biochar Market, Intermediate Pyrolysis, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 24: Global Biochar Market, Hydrothermal Carbonization, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 25: Global Biochar Market, Microwave Pyrolysis, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 26: North America Biochar Market, Regional Outlook, 2019 & 2028 (In %)
Figure 27: United States Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 28: Canada Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 29: Europe Biochar Market, Regional Outlook, 2019 & 2028 (In %)
Figure 30: United Kingdom Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 31: Germany Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 32: France Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 33: Italy Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 34: Russia Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 35: Belgium Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 36: Poland Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 37: Rest Of Europe Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 38: Asia Pacific Biochar Market, Regional Outlook, 2019 & 2028 (In %)
Figure 39: China Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 40: Japan Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 41: India Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 42: South Korea Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 43: Indonesia Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 44: Thailand Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 45: Vietnam Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 46: Australia & New Zealand Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 47: Rest Of Asia Pacific Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 48: Rest Of World Biochar Market, Regional Outlook, 2019 & 2028 (In %)
Figure 49: Latin America Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)
Figure 50: Middle East & Africa Biochar Market, 2020-2028 (In $ Million)

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Using sewage sludge with high ash content for biochar production and Cu(II)

14 January, 2020
 

Higher Al content enhanced pore volume and functional group retention.

B6CA/BPCA was positively correlated with the IG/ID in the Raman spectra.

300 °C was a threshold for biochar properties and sorption characteristics.

Sorption of Cu(II) on biochar was mainly limited by SSA below 300 °C.

Sorption of Cu(II) on biochar was dominated by functional groups above 300 °C.

Higher Al content enhanced pore volume and functional group retention.

B6CA/BPCA was positively correlated with the IG/ID in the Raman spectra.

300 °C was a threshold for biochar properties and sorption characteristics.

Sorption of Cu(II) on biochar was mainly limited by SSA below 300 °C.

Sorption of Cu(II) on biochar was dominated by functional groups above 300 °C.

The ash content of municipal sewage sludge is generally high. However, the manner in which the composition of ash affects biochar properties and sorption remains unclear. Sewage sludge from two cities, Chongqing and Kunming, were pyrolyzed at different temperatures to produce biochar in this work. The physicochemical properties of biochar were investigated by bulk chemical characteristics (such as FTIR, XPS, Raman analysis, and elemental analysis) and benzene polycarboxylic acid (BPCA) molecular biomarkers, after which they were correlated with sorption characteristics. In comparison with biochar from Chongqing sewage sludge (CSS), biochar from Kunming sewage sludge (KSS) showed stronger polarity, a larger specific surface area (SSA) and more functional groups, but a lower degree of graphitization and aromatization. These differences may result from the higher aluminum (Al) content of KSS. The single-point sorption coefficient Kd values of biochar derived from CSS and KSS were analyzed together. Kd was positively correlated with the SSA and pore volume of sewage sludge and biochar produced at 200–300 °C. For biochar produced at 300–700 °C, the Kd value was positively correlated with the O content, O/C and (O + N)/C. The pyrolysis temperature of 300 °C was a threshold temperature for Cu(II) sorption onto biochar, at which there was a balance between decreased oxygen-containing functional groups and increased SSA. The findings of this study show that higher Al content in sewage sludge was beneficial to pore volume enlargement and functional group retention during the pyrolysis process.


Application of Biochar as an Adsorbent and Its Significance on Berseem

14 January, 2020
 

Soil properties can be significantly influenced by the addition of biochar and are known to enhance plant productivity and soil quality. Berseem acts as a good phytoaccumulator. The main aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of different concentrations of biochar on plant height, biomass, and chlorophyll content and on PAHs adsorption capacity at different time intervals. Sixteen treatment combinations were designed in three replicates for a total 144 pots. A soil/biochar (w/w) mixture and poly-aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) content (50 mg kg−1 naphthalene and 100 mg kg−1 phenanthrene) of suitable ratio for each application was used for filling different pots, having dimensions of 19.6 cm diameter × 20.6 cm height. Various qualitative and quantitative methods were followed for further analysis of soil, plant, and biochar samples. Maximum plant height and plant biomass were observed at 5% and 10% biochar level in the soil as compared to control. Total available nutrients increased with biochar application rate. Increase in biochar concentration resulted in increased PAH adsorption capacity, thereby making it less available to cause the negative effect on plant growth parameters. Bio-concentration factor significantly decreased with increased biochar concentration in soil, i.e., from 92.5 to 5.31 in phenanthrene-contaminated soil and from 17.4 to 1.36 in mixed contaminated soil as compared to control. These results significantly prove that biochar enhanced the PAHs adsorption capacity as well as removal efficiency and crop yield. This study also shows the effectiveness of biochar on contaminant remediation with the help of Trifolium alexandrinum.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42729-019-00167-z


I'm A Celebrity 2020: The Genius Eco-Invention That's Changed The Camp

15 January, 2020
 

Following the devastating bushfires across Australia, the show’s executive producers wanted to make sure the fire — which is central to the celeb’s camp — was as responsible as possible.

‘I’m A Celebrity’s Co-Executive Producer Riima Daher told 10 daily that during Season 5 a crew member approached production with a design that would also have a major environmental impact.

Alwyn van der Berg, the show’s Fabrications Manager and self-described “experiment monster”, had brought forward his design for a new firepit but Riima said it was too late to implement during the 2019 season.

While the celebs face terrifying trials, give up their creature comforts for creepy crawlies and vie for the title of King or Queen of the jungle, it’s all for a very good cause.

“This year, amongst both Australians and South Africans, our collective crew consciousness around climate change is amplified and intensified and, because we’re all more aware than ever of our impact-responsibilities, our practices just had to change at every opportunity where there was a better solution on offer,” she said, adding, “this was unquestionably the BEST solution!”

“I invent things for sustainable development,” Alwyn told 10 daily. “I truly believe invention and art are the only things that will save the planet, getting us on the right track.”

“The firepit is designed to suck carbon down — instead of releasing it up and out into the atmosphere,” Riima said, “through a very specific process that, if I’m going to be honest, I’m not smart enough to understand.”

And it took a LOT of googling (and one helpful metaphor about potato chips) in order for us to wrap our heads around it also. Thankfully, Alwyn is an expert.

While he may be finding a bit of romance in camp, the former ‘Married At First Sight’ star spilled the tea on his first TV romance.

What he designed was a firepit that features several grids and a water basin which pulls heat and burning fuel (in this case, sustainable wood) down, creating a product known as “biochar”. Essentially, it’s very similar to charcoal but is extremely porous and holds onto approximately 50 percent of the source carbon of the materials burned, rather than releasing it back into the environment.

“The beauty of that complex scientific process is that, on the user-level, it’s super easy to operate and maintain,” Riima said. “Our celebs have been quick to adapt to it and there have been no changes to the heat it generates for warmth, or to their cooking times.”

“We can use [biochar] for multiple things in nature,” Alwyn explained, listing water purification, food additives for livestock and a soil amendment, as well as a great tool to combat climate change.

The environmental impacts of utilising biochar, rather than a traditional campfire, also means the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere isn’t just dramatically reduced, but it can be put back into the environment to promote healthier growth, used as waste management, energy generation, reduce the spread of toxins or even clean up a few nasty spills.

Adding biochar to soil increases water holding capacity, aeration and nutrient retention of the soil. It’s also what Alwyn described as a “grand hotel” for microbes and the organisms plants require for growth.

One gram of biochar has the surface area of approximately two football fields.

“Biochar has saved this show probably ten times,” he added.

While this season is the first time the camp itself is generating biochar, Alwyn and his team have been using it behind the scenes since the very first season. And sometimes it gets them out of some very sh*tty situations.

In an open chat with many of the men in camp, the celebs opened up about mental health, and struggling to ask for help.

“There was this crisis [in a past season], we had this other toilet in camp and it got clogged,” he said, “it took about 200kgs of celebrity poo and wee. The first thing the art department did was went in with like four buckets of char. We started mixing it… and in an hour or two all of the smell disappeared.

“If trials come back with like 10 million flies, it stinks and that stink is the greenhouse gasses. Immediately we cover it [with biochar] and not long after, the smell is gone. The biochar is busy sucking in those resources and if we take that char now to the soil it’s going to relate to food for plants.”

Now, rather than sending off timber scraps to be burned, Alwyn and his team turn it into biochar to be re-used later in other parts of the production.

“I’ve been in the background doing carbon blocking, trying to educate the filming industry,” Alwyn said, “we can almost go carbon neutral, or just some of it — we can say hey, we’ve locked this much carbon just by looking at our resources.”

Riima added that the series has been working with an independent Ecological Officer who guides the production.

“In camp, everything our celebs use — their toothpaste, soaps, shampoos, laundry detergents — every product that enters the camp has to be eco-approved,” she said. “The toilets in camp use a biochar and sawdust system”.

“It’s a highly sustainable working environment,” she added, “it’s a work in progress, always striving to do things better both on and off set, which in TV is not often the case.

“To be part of a production that respects the environment and practices sustainability as a principle the way ‘IAC’ does… that’s a huge pride-perk of this gig.”

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Remediation and its biological responses of Cd contaminated sediments using biochar and …

15 January, 2020
 

The nZVI loaded biochar and mineral enhanced immobilization of Cd in sediments.

Bacterial composition, richness and diversity were changed after immobilization.

DOM presented autogenetic characteristics with bacterial community changes.

BC (nZVI/BC) possessed higher immobilization performance than minerals.

The nZVI loaded biochar and mineral enhanced immobilization of Cd in sediments.

Bacterial composition, richness and diversity were changed after immobilization.

DOM presented autogenetic characteristics with bacterial community changes.

BC (nZVI/BC) possessed higher immobilization performance than minerals.

Remediation of Cd pollution in sediments is crucial for the safety of aquatic environments and human health. In this study, four effective, common, and low-cost remediation materials (zeolite, sepiolite, red mud (RM), and biochar (BC)) loaded with nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) and themselves were employed to immobilize Cd in sediments. The effects of different materials on sediment properties, immobilization effectiveness, bacterial communities, enzyme activities, and dissolved organic matter (DOM) were investigated. Results showed that sediment properties were significantly changed by the addition of immobilization materials (P < 0.05). The geochemical fraction analysis showed that the labile Cd was partially transformed to the stable fraction after immobilization, with an 11–47% decrease in the acid-soluble fraction and a 50–1000% increase in the residual fraction. The Cd immobilization effectiveness peaked at the nZVI/RM and nZVI/BC treatments, and the Cd toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) leachabilities decreased by 42% and 44%, respectively. The modified materials were more effective for immobilizing Cd than the raw materials owing to the presence of nZVI, and the Cd TCLP leachabilities with the modified materials decreased by 15%–22% compared with the raw material treatments. Immobilization-driven reduction of bioavailable Cd enhanced the richness and diversity of bacterial communities and enzyme activities. Moreover, the immobilization treatment promoted the Fe(III)-reducing process by increasing the Fe(III)-reducing bacteria (e.g. Geobacteraceae, Bacillus, and Clostridium), which are conducive to Cd immobilization. Additionally, the DOM composition presented more autogenetic characteristics in treated groups. BC (nZVI/BC) can be selected as the priority material for Cd immobilization in sediments due to higher immobilization effectiveness and lower adverse effects on sediments.


2020/12th Annual Santa Barbara Community Seed Swap

15 January, 2020
 

Join us for the 12th Annual Santa Barbara Community Seed Swap. The free event takes place on Sunday, January 26, from 1-4pm, returning to the downtown location at the Santa Barbara Central Library, in the Faulkner Gallery.

Hundreds attend every year, sharing seeds and knowledge with other backyard gardeners, plant lovers, beekeepers, farmers and more. Come be a part of this seed saving movement, making sure that locally adapted seeds & plants are passed on to future generations. Special speakers, children activities, & live music. Local groups will have plant and seed related exhibits.

Seed saving is a fun and easy way to connect to the circle of life!

Bring seeds, plants, cuttings, and garden knowledge to swap.

Don't have these?
Then come get seeds.
Seeds to sow.
Seeds to grow.
Seeds to harvest.
Seeds to save and share next year.
Activities for all ages
Music that will have your toes tapping

Special Speakers throughout the day
A gathering of garden friends old and new.

An annual community event hosted by:
Santa Barbara Permaculture Network

Co-Sponsors: Santa Barbara Permaculture Network,
Island Seed & Feed, Blue Sky Biochar & the Ojai Center for Regenerative Agriculture (CRA)

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2019 Local Real Food Hero Award

Kevin Childerley, Founder of Santa Barbara Aquaponics

Once again we will be honoring a Local Food Hero at the Seed Swap! This year the award goes to Kevin Childerley, founder of Santa Barbara Aquaponics. Kevin is a passionate Aquaponics innovator & educator, sharing with his community the potential of this unique food growing strategy that combines aquaculture & hydroponics, in a closed loop system. Committed to demonstrating it is possible to grow food sustainably close to home while using less space, water, and energy, Kevin continues to experiment & refine his projects, knowing this is just what will be needed in future decades for our growing population. Creatively linking to the local economy, Kevin recently moved into a 20,000 sq. foot greenhouse and has already begun providing organic produce for local restaurants, demonstrating how we can reduce carbon emissions by eliminating travel miles of food that comes from too far away.

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Analysis of Biochar Market (2020-2029) | Diacarbon Energy, Agri-Tech Producers, Biochar Now

16 January, 2020
 

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Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Insights Report 2020-2025 Kina, BlackCarbon, The Biochar

17 January, 2020
 

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Sell the biochar to homeowners:

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I have no idea about the economics, though, maybe it's just not feasible without subsidies.

Edit: Why? Because the technique is simple, biomass is relatively cheap, you get electricity and heat you can sell in a cold climate, and that terra preta example makes me envious, as someone interested in gardening. If the char was cheap enough, I would want to buy lots of it myself. Helping the planet and helping my own plants.

I think you need a large scale plant to keep costs down. There are large scale biomass power plants where I live, but they specialize in burning everything, so some investment is needed.

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Using biochar in your garden, on your lawn etc. is a great way to sequester some carbon at a small scale.

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Biochar as a soil amendment is not a reliable means to increase yields. Depending on the produce and the soil, it decreases yields. Sometimes, it seem to have no effect, at all. So far, the most reliable results have been observed in tropical areas. People there don't have the money to invest in farm land, yet.

Refining syn-oil is hard, because its quality is low — comparable to bunker oil. Tar is one of the few products that can be made out of it, successfully.

Therefore, burying both seem to be the best option. After all, there should be quite a few depleted oil fields and coal mines in the world, so space is not a problem.


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Jim Hilton says this small-scale retort can produce from five to 10 litres of biochar in one burn, which takes about two hours. (Jim Hilton photo)

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The production and use of biochar from residual logging material would make more economic sense if there was a local market to demonstrate the various uses of this carbon product.

For those who may be interested in this topic, a good place to start is an article in the 2016 B.C. Organic Grower Journal by Marjorie Harris. She attributes a lot of the information to Zbigniew Wierzbicki of Elderberry Lane Farm, who is a strong advocate for the appropriate on-farm use of biochar and its correct production techniques.

As Mr. Wierzbicki notes, “the fresh biochar must first be ‘activated’ by absorbing nutrients. Scattering a light layer of biochar on the barn floor will let it absorb the nutrients from the straw-manure litter while keeping the barn floor sweet and protecting livestock feet from diseases. Biochar can also be charged by soaking it for two to four weeks in any liquid nutrient (urine, plant tea, etc.). If the biochar is not properly activated before being applied to the soil, it will absorb the available soil nutrients to fill its absorptive capacity, depleting the soil.”

Biochar could also be scattered on any paddock where domestic animals are concentrated for any length of time. The animals’ hooves will gradually incorporate the biochar into the soil, along with the natural urine and manure. It has also been used in trenches or earth mounds where its high absorption properties help keep manure from contaminating streams or ground water. It would also be useful for mine reclamation projects by helping improve soil attributes, as well as binding heavy metal contaminants.

Some research has shown biochar may be useful for larger animals. “According to Gerlach and Schmidt, who quote a test performed by the Central Laboratory of German Pharmacists, who compared commercially available activated charcoal with biochar, found that cattle fed with biochar-treated feed showed a number of positive outcomes, which included: generally improved health and appearance and improved vitality.”

There is lots of information on how to use lawn clippings, deciduous leaves and other compost for adding to biochar, as well as time frames for the best inoculation results. For those wanting to experiment who don’t have access to local biochar sources, you can go to Amazon, where a five-pound bag will cost about $30.

I also received some information on work being done on biochar in southwest Oregon thanks to Robert Gillett, who is the editor of the International Biochar Initiative Newsletter. The attached link describes the work being done in by a number of private land owners thanks to a Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) funded by the Oregon USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The goal of the project was to transform two types of farm waste, animal manure and woody debris, into a high-quality compost that will improve farm soils, which will also improve pasture and crop production.

Participating landowners designed their own kilns to suit the size of the biomass and the conditions on the farm. Even the local community college got involved. Students in the welding program at Umpqua Community College fabricated kilns for the project.

I have provided a pail of biochar to my daughter, who is using it on the floor of her chicken house, and there are some local organic farms experimenting with production and use of biochar.

The attached photo shows a small-scale retort that can produce from five to 10 litres of biochar in one burn, which takes about two hours.

Jim Hilton is a professional agrologist and forester who has lived and worked in the Cariboo-Chilcotin for 40 years. Now retired, he volunteers with community forests organizations.

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If growing cannabis is an art, then the soil is the canvas, paint and even a little bit of the brush. As your “grow medium” (the material that your plants grow in), the balance of nutrients your soil contains shapes how your plants grow, how fast and abundantly they flower and how many buds they yield. 

Cannabis plants spring up like a literal weed. But growing weed optimally — in a way that allows it to express its best traits and produce trichome-rich flowers — demands care, attention to detail and a bit of trial-and-error. At the same time, there's no better way to develop a closer, more connected and more rewarding relationship with cannabis than growing some yourself. To get you started, here's our list of the five best soils for healthy weed. 

Fox Farm's specialized line of soils for cannabis are some of the most widely acclaimed grow mediums available. If you're beginning your grow journey from the ground up, Happy Frog is an excellent soil to nurture seeds and seedlings. 

Designed for indoor and outdoor cultivation, Happy Frog potting soil takes care of young cannabis plants' essential needs, from correct pH levels to balanced nutrients, including a vital combination of microbes and fungi from earthworm castings and forest humus. 

From planting seeds to harvesting buds, Nature's Living Soil's Organic Super Soil has you covered through cannabis' entire grow cycle. Reviewers love the ready-to-use simplicity this soil provides: just plant, water and wait. For those growing on their own for the first time, this is one of the best soils you can buy. 

If you're digging through the literature on growing weed, you've probably seen the term “super soil” come up quite a bit. Coined by the legendary grower and seed producer Subcool, the term generally describes a neutral organic soil base that's been enhanced with a comprehensive range of “amendments,” i.e., added nutrients and microorganisms. Using a super soil eliminates the need for liquid nutrients as your cannabis plants grow.

Red's Premium is another all-in-one, ready-to-use soil blend. But what makes it one of the best soils for weed is its stand-out feature: biochar. Biochar is an amendment that excels at protecting and promoting the growth of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms that are essential for root development and strengthening your plant's immune system.  

Your soil's nutrients and the water you provide need to link up to be available for and absorbed by plants' roots. Biochar, a carbon-rich charcoal amendment, not only facilitates this process but it also provides a large surface area for microorganisms to live and thrive. Red's Premium Biochar-based soil thus creates an ideal “habitat” for all the living beings that help your cannabis plants reach their full potential. 

If you're planning on planting a large container cannabis garden outdoorsRoots Organics Formula 707 is a versatile and capable option. An organic soil designed with greater water-holding capacity, Formula 707 contains ingredients and beneficial microbes specific to using larger containers. 

But just as important as what's in this soil is what's not: less perlite, less pumice, and fewer amendments. This makes Formula 707 a highly customizable soil, allowing you to add your topsoil and liquid nutrients at various growth stages depending on your cannabis plants' needs. 

Still, Formula 707 has enough nutrients to last 10-14 days before you need to add anything. And for convenience, you can use the soil bag itself as a pot. Just cut off the top, poke some holes in the bottom, plant your seedlings and you're ready to grow.

The best soils for weed don't always have to be products specialized for cultivating cannabis. Sometimes, a good organic potting soil is all you need, and Sungro's Black Gold all-organic potting soil is an excellent case in point. 

At a price point that won't put a hole in your pocket, Black Gold boasts all of the essential traits of a strong soil for growing weed. Its loamy mixture contains an optimal blend of pumice and perlite for hydration and microorganism development, and its balanced nutrient blend won't burn young cannabis plants. Those features have won this soil praise from gardeners of all stripes, cannabis growers included.

Every ingredient in Black Gold is organic, and it's suitable for a wide range of environments, from patio containers to indoor hanging baskets. The bottom line: Black Gold is a reliable and high-performance base soil for cannabis. You can also get hands-on with this soil, since adding amendments as your plants grow is super easy. 

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1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Hydro Stoves
1.2 Hydro Stoves Segment by Type
1.2.1 Global Hydro Stoves Production Growth Rate Comparison by Type 2020 VS 2026
1.2.2 Hydro Pellet Stoves
1.2.3 Wood Hydro Stoves
1.3 Hydro Stoves Segment by Application
1.3.1 Hydro Stoves Consumption Comparison by Application: 2020 VS 2026
1.3.2 Residential
1.3.3 Commerical
1.3.4 Industrial
1.4 Global Hydro Stoves Market by Region
1.4.1 Global Hydro Stoves Market Size Estimates and Forecasts by Region: 2020 VS 2026
1.4.2 North America Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.4.3 Europe Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.4.4 China Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.4.5 Japan Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.5 Global Hydro Stoves Growth Prospects
1.5.1 Global Hydro Stoves Revenue Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.5.2 Global Hydro Stoves Production Capacity Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)
1.5.3 Global Hydro Stoves Production Estimates and Forecasts (2015-2026)

2 Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Hydro Stoves Production Capacity Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.2 Global Hydro Stoves Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.3 Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)
2.4 Global Hydro Stoves Average Price by Manufacturers (2015-2020)
2.5 Manufacturers Hydro Stoves Production Sites, Area Served, Product Types
2.6 Hydro Stoves Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.6.1 Hydro Stoves Market Concentration Rate
2.6.2 Global Top 3 and Top 5 Players Market Share by Revenue
2.6.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion

3 Production Capacity by Region
3.1 Global Production Capacity of Hydro Stoves Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
3.2 Global Hydro Stoves Revenue Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
3.3 Global Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
3.4 North America Hydro Stoves Production
3.4.1 North America Hydro Stoves Production Growth Rate (2015-2020)
3.4.2 North America Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
3.5 Europe Hydro Stoves Production
3.5.1 Europe Hydro Stoves Production Growth Rate (2015-2020)
3.5.2 Europe Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
3.6 China Hydro Stoves Production
3.6.1 China Hydro Stoves Production Growth Rate (2015-2020)
3.6.2 China Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
3.7 Japan Hydro Stoves Production
3.7.1 Japan Hydro Stoves Production Growth Rate (2015-2020)
3.7.2 Japan Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

4 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption by Regions
4.1 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption by Regions
4.1.1 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption by Region
4.1.2 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption Market Share by Region
4.2 North America
4.2.1 North America Hydro Stoves Consumption by Countries
4.2.2 U.S.
4.2.3 Canada
4.3 Europe
4.3.1 Europe Hydro Stoves Consumption by Countries
4.3.2 Germany
4.3.3 France
4.3.4 U.K.
4.3.5 Italy
4.3.6 Russia
4.4 Asia Pacific
4.4.1 Asia Pacific Hydro Stoves Consumption by Region
4.4.2 China
4.4.3 Japan
4.4.4 South Korea
4.4.5 Taiwan
4.4.6 Southeast Asia
4.4.7 India
4.4.8 Australia
4.5 Latin America
4.5.1 Latin America Hydro Stoves Consumption by Countries
4.5.2 Mexico
4.5.3 Brazil

5 Production, Revenue, Price Trend by Type
5.1 Global Hydro Stoves Production Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
5.2 Global Hydro Stoves Revenue Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
5.3 Global Hydro Stoves Price by Type (2015-2020)
5.4 Global Hydro Stoves Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

6 Global Hydro Stoves Market Analysis by Application
6.1 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption Market Share by Application (2015-2020)
6.2 Global Hydro Stoves Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2015-2020)

7 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Hydro Stoves Business
7.1 MCZ
7.1.1 MCZ Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.1.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.1.3 MCZ Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.1.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.2 Karmek One
7.2.1 Karmek One Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.2.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.2.3 Karmek One Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.2.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.3 Cola Stoves
7.3.1 Cola Stoves Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.3.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.3.3 Cola Stoves Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.3.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.4 Jide
7.4.1 Jide Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.4.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.4.3 Jide Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.4.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.5 TMC Srl
7.5.1 TMC Srl Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.5.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.5.3 TMC Srl Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.5.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.6 Diadecor Group
7.6.1 Diadecor Group Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.6.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.6.3 Diadecor Group Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.6.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.7 Sistemainternational
7.7.1 Sistemainternational Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.7.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.7.3 Sistemainternational Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.4.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.8 Zoppas Industries
7.8.1 Zoppas Industries Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.8.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.8.3 Zoppas Industries Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.8.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.9 Ecoforest
7.9.1 Ecoforest Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.9.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.9.3 Ecoforest Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.9.4 Main Business and Markets Served
7.10 Diecotec
7.10.1 Diecotec Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
7.10.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.10.3 Diecotec Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.10.4 Main Business and Markets Served
.1 Diecotec Hydro Stoves Production Sites and Area Served
.2 Hydro Stoves Product Introduction, Application and Specification
.3 Diecotec Hydro Stoves Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
.4 Main Business and Markets Served

8 Hydro Stoves Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8.1 Hydro Stoves Key Raw Materials Analysis
8.1.1 Key Raw Materials
8.1.2 Key Raw Materials Price Trend
8.1.3 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials
8.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure
8.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Hydro Stoves
8.4 Hydro Stoves Industrial Chain Analysis

9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
9.1 Marketing Channel
9.2 Hydro Stoves Distributors List
9.3 Hydro Stoves Customers

10 Market Dynamics
10.1 Market Trends
10.2 Opportunities and Drivers
10.3 Challenges
10.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

11 Production and Supply Forecast
11.1 Global Forecasted Production of Hydro Stoves (2021-2026)
11.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Hydro Stoves (2021-2026)
11.3 Global Forecasted Price of Hydro Stoves (2021-2026)
11.4 Global Hydro Stoves Production Forecast by Regions (2021-2026)
11.4.1 North America Hydro Stoves Production, Revenue Forecast (2021-2026)
11.4.2 Europe Hydro Stoves Production, Revenue Forecast (2021-2026)
11.4.3 China Hydro Stoves Production, Revenue Forecast (2021-2026)
11.4.4 Japan Hydro Stoves Production, Revenue Forecast (2021-2026)

12 Consumption and Demand Fprecast
12.1 Global Forecasted and Consumption Demand Analysis of Hydro Stoves
12.2 North America Forecasted Consumption of Hydro Stoves by Country
12.3 Europe Market Forecasted Consumption of Hydro Stoves by Country
12.4 Asia Pacific Market Forecasted Consumption of Hydro Stoves by Regions
12.5 Latin America Forecasted Consumption of Hydro Stoves
13 Forecast by Type and by Application (2021-2026)
13.1 Global Production, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2021-2026)
13.1.1 Global Forecasted Production of Hydro Stoves by Type (2021-2026)
13.1.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Hydro Stoves by Type (2021-2026)
13.1.2 Global Forecasted Price of Hydro Stoves by Type (2021-2026)
13.2 Global Forecasted Consumption of Hydro Stoves by Application (2021-2026)
14 Reseach Finding and Conclusion

15 Methodology and Data Source
15.1 Methodology/Research Approach
15.1.1 Research Programs/Design
15.1.2 Market Size Estimation
15.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
15.2 Data Source
15.2.1 Secondary Sources
15.2.2 Primary Sources
15.3 Author List
15.4 Disclaimer

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It is basically a machine which is used widely in the medical imaging and research field. A cyclotron machine accelerates the hybrid atom to a very high speed. The main benefit of using the cyclotron instead of purchasing the isotopes for the medical applications is increased efficiency in the treatment.

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7. Global Medical Cyclotron Market by Region
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Overview and Scope of global Potting Mix Market

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Global Potting Mix Market Sales Market Share

Global Potting Mix Market by product segments

Global Potting Mix Market by Regions

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Global Potting Mix Market Competition by Players

Global Potting Mix Sales and Revenue by Type

Global Potting Mix Sales and Revenue by applicants

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Marketing channel trend and development

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Biochar Fuel Market will Exhibit a Huge Growth in Upcoming Years| Top Players Hawaii Biochar

24 January, 2020
 

The “Global Biochar Fuel Market” is growing at an exciting pace driven by changing dynamics and risk ecosystem, a study of which forms the crux of the report. The study on the global Biochar Fuel market takes a closer look at several regional trends and the emerging regulatory landscape to assess its prospects. The critical assessment of the numerous growth factors and breaks in the global Biochar Fuel market offered in the analyses helps in assessing the lucrativeness of its key segments.

RAUCH INTERNATIONAL
Agri-Tech Producers
Ec6Grow
Cool Planet Energy Systems
Biochar Fuel Products
Diacarbon Energy
Walking Point
Hawaii Biochar Fuel
Vega Biofuels
The Biochar Fuel Company (TBC)
Pacific Biochar Fuel

Summary of Market: The global Biochar Fuel market is valued at xx million US$ in 2019 is expected to touch xx million US$ by the close of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2020-2025.

The report emphases on Biochar Fuel Market volume and value at Global Level, Regional Level And Company Level. From a global standpoint, this report embodies overall market size by studying historical data and future outlook.

The report is bifurcated into product type, applications, and regions worldwide. The above areas are further bifurcated into country-level data statistics for the below countries.

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Global Biochar Fuel Market Segmentation, By Product Type:

Granular Biochar Fuel
Fine Biochar Fuel Powder
Big Chip Biochar Fuel

Global Biochar Fuel Market Segmentation, By Application:
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Energy Production
Environmental Protection
Others

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• To study and estimate the market size of Biochar Fuel , in terms of value.

• To find development and challenges for the global market.

• To observe worthwhile expansions including expansions, new services presents in worldwide industry.

• To classify and assess the side view of important companies of Global Biochar Fuel industry.

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• How is the Biochar Fuel market expected to Grow In Terms Of Value during the study period?

• What are the Competition Developments and Trends in the Biochar Fuel market?

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• What are the Key Challenges, Opportunities, and Improvements faced by market players in the global Biochar Fuel market?

Table of Content

1 Report Outline

1.1 Research Opportunity

1.2 Major Industrialists

1.3 Market Segment by Type

1.4 Market Segment by Application

1.5 Study Objectives

1.6 Years Considered

2 Global Evolution Trends

2.1 Production and Volume Analysis

2.1.1 Global Biochar Fuel Production Value 2015-369

2.1.2 Global Biochar Fuel Production 2015-2025.

2.1.3 Global Biochar Fuel Capacity 2015-2025.

2.1.4 Global Biochar Fuel Marketing Pricing and Trends

2.2 Major Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2020-2025.

2.2.1 Global Biochar Fuel Market Size CAGR of Major Regions

2.2.2 Global Biochar Fuel Market Share of Major Regions

2.3 Industry Trends

2.3.1 Market Top Trends

2.3.2 Market Operators

3 Market Share by Industrialists

3.1 Capacity and Production by Industrialists

3.1.1 Global,Biochar Fuel Capacity by Industrialists

3.1.2 Global Biochar Fuel Production by Industrialists

3.2 Revenue by Industrialists

3.2.1. Biochar Fuel Revenue by Industrialists (2015-2020)

3.2.2. Biochar Fuel Revenue Share by Industrialists (2015-2020)

3.2.3 Global Biochar Fuel Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)

3.3. Biochar Fuel Price by Industrialists

3.4 Major Industrialists of Biochar Fuel Plants/Factories Distribution and Area Served

3.5 Date of Major Industrialists Enter into Biochar Fuel Market

3.6 Major Industrialists Biochar Fuel Product Offered

3.7 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

4 Market Dimensions by Type

4.1 Production and Production Rate for Each Type

4.2 Global Biochar Fuel Production Market Share by Type

4.3 Global Biochar Fuel Production Value Market Share by Type

4.4. Biochar Fuel Ex-factory Price by Type

5 Market Size by Application

5.1 Overview

5.2 Global Biochar Fuel Consumption by Application

6 Production by Regions

6.1 Global Biochar Fuel Production (History Data) by Regions 2015-2020.

6.2 Global Biochar Fuel Production Value (History Data) by Regions

6.3 North America

6.3.1 North America — Production Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.3.2 North America — Production Value Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.3.3 Major Players in North America

6.3.4 North America — Import & Export

6.4 Europe

6.4.1 Europe — Production Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.4.2 Europe — Production Value Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.4.3 Major Players in Europe

6.4.4 Europe — Import & Export

6.5 China

6.5.1 China — Production Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.5.2 China — Production Value Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.5.3 Major Players in China

6.5.4 China — Import & Export

6.6 Japan

6.6.1 Japan — Production Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.6.2 Japan — Production Value Growth Rate 2015-2020.

6.6.3 Major Players in Japan

6.6.4 Japan — Import & Export

7. Biochar Fuel Consumption by Regions

7.1 Global Biochar Fuel Consumption (History Data) by Regions

7.2 North America

7.2.1 North America — Consumption by Type

7.2.2 North America — Consumption by Application

7.2.3 North America — Consumption by Countries

7.2.4 United States

7.2.5 Canada

7.2.6 Mexico

7.3 Europe

7.3.1 Europe — Consumption by Type

7.3.2 Europe — Consumption by Application

7.3.3 Europe — Consumption by Countries

7.3.4 Germany

7.3.5 France

7.3.6 UK

7.3.7 Italy

7.3.8 Russia

7.4 Asia Pacific

7.4.1 Asia Pacific — Consumption by Type

7.4.2 Asia Pacific — Consumption by Application

7.4.3 Asia Pacific — Consumption by Regions

7.4.4 China

7.4.5 Japan

7.4.6 South Korea

7.4.7 India

7.4.8 Australia

7.4.9 Indonesia

7.4.10 Thailand

7.4.11 Malaysia

7.4.12 Philippines

7.4.13 Vietnam

7.5 Central & South America

7.5.1 Central & South America — Consumption by Type

7.5.2 Central & South America — Consumption by Application

7.5.3 Central & South America — Consumption by Countries

7.5.4 Brazil

7.6 Middle East and Africa

7.6.1 Middle East and Africa — Consumption by Type

7.6.2 Middle East and Africa — Consumption by Application

7.6.3 Central & South America — Consumption by Countries

7.6.4 GCC Countries

7.6.5 Egypt

7.6.6 South Africa

8. Company Profiles

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24 January, 2020
 

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Effect of carbon-rich biochar on mechanical properties of PLA-biochar composites

24 January, 2020
 

Cassava rhizome, Durian peel, Pineapple peel and Corncob were analyzed for physical properties and pyrolysis behaviors.

Cassava rhizome were difficult to be decomposed but their carbon content was higher than other agricultural biomass residues.

Carbon content in carbon-rich biochar (CRB) was found to significantly depend on biomass origin and pyrolysis temperature.

Carbon content in CRB affects to mechanical properties (tensile elastic modulus and impact energy) of PLA/CRB composites.

Cassava rhizome, Durian peel, Pineapple peel and Corncob were analyzed for physical properties and pyrolysis behaviors.

Cassava rhizome were difficult to be decomposed but their carbon content was higher than other agricultural biomass residues.

Carbon content in carbon-rich biochar (CRB) was found to significantly depend on biomass origin and pyrolysis temperature.

Carbon content in CRB affects to mechanical properties (tensile elastic modulus and impact energy) of PLA/CRB composites.

Agricultural biomass residues are emerged from harvesting and processing of agricultural crops. When the crop production increases, a large amount of biomass residues is produced and remained after cutting of peel, bunch, straw and stalk of crops. In this work, agricultural biomass residues (cassava rhizome, durian peel, pineapple peel and corncob) were selected as feedstock for carbon-rich biochar (CRB) production using a facile pyrolysis method. Proximate analysis and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) were used to characterize biomass feedstock. The results showed that the percentage of fixed carbon in biomass feedstock ranged between 11.91% and 17.51%. Characteristic differences of the CRB were investigated using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and Raman spectroscopy. The carbon content in the CRB was found to significantly depend on biomass origin. Interestingly, cassava rhizome, which has a higher percentage of fixed carbon, is a superior precursor for CRB production. The study of different pyrolysis temperature indicated that the carbon content of cassava rhizome derived CRB is increased with pyrolysis temperature. The tensile properties of composite between poly(lactic acid) PLA and different types of biomass-derived CRB were investigated. PLA composite incorporated with a higher carbon content-CRB tended to exhibit improved mechanical properties. Specifically, the elastic modulus and impact energy of PLA/CRB composite specimens increased remarkably with the incorporation of CRB powder. The current research indicates that CRB prepared from agricultural biomass residues could be a sustainable material for utilization in PLA biocomposites.


Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Research 20152019 and Future Forecast 20202025 [Published by …

25 January, 2020
 

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The report forecast global Biochar Fertilizer market to grow to reach xxx Million USD in 2019 with a CAGR of xx% during the period 20202025.

The report offers detailed coverage of Biochar Fertilizer industry and main market trends. The market research includes historical and forecast market data, demand, application details, price trends, and company shares of the leading Biochar Fertilizer by geography. The report splits the market size, by volume and value, on the basis of application type and geography.

First, this report covers the present status and the future prospects of the global Biochar Fertilizer market for 20152025.

And in this report, we analyze global market from 5 geographies: AsiaPacific[China, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, Korea, Oceania], Europe[Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland], North America[United States, Canada, Mexico], Middle East Africa[GCC, North Africa, South Africa], South America[Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Chile, Peru].

At the same time, we classify Biochar Fertilizer according to the type, application by geography. More importantly, the report includes major countries market based on the type and application.

Finally, the report provides detailed profile and data information analysis of leading Biochar Fertilizer company.

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Market Overview, Development, and Segment by Type, Application Region

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Global Market by company, Type, Application Geography

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AsiaPacific Market by Type, Application Geography

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Europe Market by Type, Application Geography

Part 78:

North America Market by Type, Application Geography

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South America Market by Type, Application Geography

Part 1112:

Middle East Africa Market by Type, Application Geography

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Company information, Sales, Cost, Margin etc.

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Conclusion

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By Region

AsiaPacific[China, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, Korea, Oceania]

Europe[Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland]

North America[United States, Canada, Mexico]

Middle East Africa[GCC, North Africa, South Africa]

South America[Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Chile, Peru]

Key Companies

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Global Harvest Organics LLC

Pacific Biochar

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Pyrotech Energy

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MBD Industries

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Inorganic Fertilizer

Compound Fertilizer

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Progress and future prospects in biochar composites

26 January, 2020
 

In recent years, environmental pollution is a major global concern and adversely affecting human health and the economy. The environmental properties of soil are exceptionally complex, which makes the remediation and treatment more challenging and expensive. In this aspect, sustainable materials (biomaterials, biochar, and composites) present an effective and efficient remediation solution. Exactly, biochar and its relative composites can achieve novel properties with addition of metal oxides, surface agents, and nano-material. The present review study provides quantitative analysis and addresses the advantages of using biochar composites relative with pure biochar. The synthesis of Nano-metal assisted biochar, properties and utilization in improving soil properties as well as heavy metal removal are reviewed. Specific attention has been paid to the impacts of biochar and its composite on soil fundamental properties such as pH, cation exchange efficiency, bulk density, porosity, water retention capability, soil organic matter (SOM) and redox reactions. Significant emphasis is focused on soil remediation, in particular, the elimination of heavy metals utilizing biochar-based composites. Further research is urged to verify the proposed mechanisms involved biochar composites-microbial interactions and heavy metal remediation considering short term and long term efficiency for improvement.

Highlights

Progress in development, synthesis methods, and application of biochar-based composites in the soil are studied.

The impact mechanisms of biochar composites on essential soil properties have been studied.

Biochar-based composites have a significant effect on bulk density and water retention capacity.

Biochar-based composites were found to be better than pristine biochar in soil heavy metal remediation.

The potential use of biochar-based composites in different soil heavy metal remediation prospected.

Progress in development, synthesis methods, and application of biochar-based composites in the soil are studied.

The impact mechanisms of biochar composites on essential soil properties have been studied.

Biochar-based composites have a significant effect on bulk density and water retention capacity.

Biochar-based composites were found to be better than pristine biochar in soil heavy metal remediation.

The potential use of biochar-based composites in different soil heavy metal remediation prospected.


Biochar kiln

26 January, 2020
 

5 inch wide by 11 inch deep kiln, made of sturdy 20 gauge steel, is by far the easiest, affordable, and fastest way to make biochar at home. The tech is there and I am ready to build but even breaking even seems a dream. Simply, biochar is nutrient-rich charcoal that, when mixed into your soil in your garden or farm plot, improves the Moisten — Moisture must be added to the biochar. When added as an amendment to garden soil, biochar's porosity helps the soil hold on to nutrients, and moisture so that they are… At Seneca Farms Biochar, LLC, our primary focus currently is to commercialize this groundbreaking process technology for biochar equipment, biochar and several other passively produced products. A biochar "pyrolyzer" built by Langley's fabrication shop consists of a large barrel with a smaller barrel upside-down inside. The chief benefit of biochar over many other bioenergy technologies is the wide variety of feedstocks that it can be made from. The company uses custom-designed, patent-pending, slow-pyrolysis kilns to make its biochar. Firing Electric Kiln (Oxidation) – electronically and kiln sitter models with bisque and glaze firing – how to, tips and knowledge sharing. . Instead, it has a "flame cap": the flame itself is the cap. DIY charcoal kilns, charcoal kilns South Africa, charcoal ovens, pyrolysis ovens, TLUD, emission reduction charcoal kilns, feedstock, 3-drum biochar retort, trans-portable kiln. Medium to Large Scale Charcoal & Biochar Production System. 12 Nov 2011 Sample pendant above uses Amaco Potter's Choice Glaze – Blue Rutile PC-20 on Laguna Speckled Buff Clay. The Ithaka Institute is an international open source network for carbon strategies. The biomass could be crop residue, wood and wood waste, certain animal manure, or various other organic materials. About 44% of these are carbonization stove, 24% are organic fertilizer, and 3% are charcoal. Per batch, a profit between $75 and $150 could be generated. The kiln shelves that I'll be referring to in this article are high  A flame cap trough biochar production unit has been developed by the Warm be confused with kilns since they do not fit the Standard English definition of kiln. A top-lit updraft gasifier (also known as a TLUD) is a micro-kiln used to produce charcoal, especially biochar, and heat for cooking. University of Massachusetts Amherst in partial fulfillment . In the last decade, Ithaka became a leading research collaboration for carbon sequestration and cycling through agronomic methods. There is a chimney and the evidence of soil cover to insulate the kiln. The solution Convert your biomass to produce charcoal with a modern retort-kiln, biomass conversion techniques, pyrolysis,retort klin, biochar production, Sustainable charcoal production and charcoal kiln. The kiln’s unique multi-zone combustion, airflow, negative pressure and recipe-driven control system allow each kiln to independently produce consistent, high quality biochar. Finally, a truck equipped with a pyrolyzer can move from place to place   Hornito Biochar Kiln. Ring of Fire Biochar Now is a pioneer in the biochar industry with strong engineering, manufacturing, sales and administrative personnel focused on making and selling quality biochar on a very large scale. We can provide your school with advice and instructions on making your own biochar kiln to help make your school carbon neutral. Dec 09, 2017 · A report on some upgrades to the "Tin Man" biochar retort. Biochar can be produced through pyrolysis, gasification and hydrothermal carbonization Alibaba. Design:  The Kon-Tiki (or it's cousin, the 'Oregon Kiln') are unique among small, 'backyard' biochar systems: the truncated cone (or  The main thrust of kiln safety standards involve preventing injuries to staff and students, and minimization of explosion and fire hazard risks. The retort chamber extends outwardly at a first end and a second end from a fire box. Biochar is a type of charcoal or activated carbon that is especially good at supporting plant growth. Biochar could also be useful for breeding, by its capacity to make animals healthier and to increase the productivity (See Use of biochar for breeding), for decontaminating soils or even for filtering wastewaters (See 55 Usages du Biochar). My team and I have been given the task of designing a Kiln that will turn a 55-gallon drum full of waste wood from a farm into charcoal for the purpose of creating a material called biochar. Perhaps the best thing about biochar is that smallholders can produce it themselves. Biochar Now uses custom-designed, patented, slow-pyrolysis kilns to make its biochar. Charcoal. Get exclusive Biochar deals you won't find anywhere else straight to your inbox We’d love to send you exclusive offers and the latest info from Carbon Gold by email. Batch Kiln 500-MK 1 for Large Scale Biochar Production The 500 series batch kiln is a commercial unit that produces up to 750 kg of biochar per burn. The advantages of our retort over a ring kiln are: Short burn time – around 8 hours, from lighting to shut down. How to Produce Biochar. To produce biochar many enthusiasts opt for the 55/30 system, which consists of a 55-gallon outer drum containing the fire around a 30-gallon inner drum acting as the enclosed retort. This site will record our activities, projects and events. They not only made pottery from the clay, they built a kiln and wood fired the pots in the kiln. The kiln is built in to a 20 ft container which allows it to be transported anywhere a truck can reach. Where as charcoal is intended to be used a fuel source for heating or cooking. And it is getting popular around the world because of the high-quality charcoal and eco-friendly design. The Kon-Tiki (or it’s cousin, the ‘Oregon Kiln‘) are unique among small, ‘backyard’ biochar systems: the truncated cone (or pyramid) design with open top is an oxygen limited container that allows for relatively clean biochar production, while still maintaining the primal feeling of working an open fire. project 540: biochar kiln designs for small farms A group of volunteers at the Rainforest Information Centre in Lismore, NSW, Australia have formed a village-scale biochar work group that has won a grant to produce small farm and village-scale non-polluting biochar kilns. This substance is suitable for the creation of biochar-based soil amendment products, and new research suggests that it is appropriate for certain water filtration and environmental remediation applications. by . Want to learn about making your own kiln for biochar? We will start the class by talking a little bit about what biochar is and how the kiln works. 20 Dec 2016 Whether you're camping or just cooking out, Enki portable pyrolytic stoves offer a clean-burning flame from found fuel. 17 Jul 2017 Clay bricks have been used for construction for thousands of years A kiln is a type of ceramic oven that heats the contents to a very high  18 Nov 2012 How to make your own charcoal – CharcoalKiln. Biochar Project is creating a biochar education centre. Biochar is not just carbon neutral; it is “carbon negative”, according to its proponents, because buried biochar is stable for thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of years. I usually have to toss out a few brands (incompletely charred pieces) but not many. of the requirements for the degree of . The farmers can easily create pits / trenches and convert the biomass residue (apart from using for compost, mulch, etc) otherwise wasted by burning in the fields openly. That's where expertise from Wilson Biochar Associates can make all the difference for the success of your enterprise. Wet kilns are those that are usually fed with slurry materials. 00. It’s NOT free and Licensed. The International Biochar Institute provides free open-source instructions for constructing many low-tech, small-scale biochar production systems. 2. But NECMA wanted a transportable 'kiln' that could char the wood as and where it was found without chipping it. An example of the biochar kiln includes a body having a one-piece rolled wall, a curved floor attached to the sidewall by a single weld line, and a removable lid. preparing the final place for the kiln . May 09, 2014 · Energy Corps member Michael Daniel explains how to build a Biochar Retort Kiln. may be hard to achieve, but our next step is to make a primitive kiln in the backyard. Umpqua Biochar Education Team (UBET) I worked with UBET on a Conservation Innovation Grant from the USDA-NRCS. The key chemical and physical properties of biochar are greatly affected by the type of feedstock being heated and the conditions of the pyrolytic process. Well. Enjoy! Last summer at the ‘Plumplot’ (our farm in Margate, southern Tasmania) we built a dome kiln with the aim of making biochar. They didn’t stop there. 2m biochar kiln with 3mm weathering steel cone with dished bottom and 40mm drain, a flatpacked cradle that easily tips on 4 heavy duty wheels on castors (removable) for logistics and flatpacked lightweight galvanised 'quad' heat shield. The mission of the Utah Biomass Resources Group (UBRG) is to assist in building a sustainable biomass utilization industry in Utah. While this method does introduce carbon emissions into the air, it is a free way to create biochar. We add our organic fertilizer, coffee skins to charge the biochar with nutrients and add bio-available carbon to the soil. The Biochar Journal. Biochar is used for soil amendments and carbon sequestration. Biochar Production Economics. Ours uses invasive buckthorn for feedstock and our biochar kiln is fired without the use of fossil fuels. I wanted to develop a method where the biomass could be placed in the trench, charred, and then mixed with soil from that location as a labor saving step in getting the biochar in place in the field May 17, 2018 · The kiln was designed and constructed by Full Circle Biochar, a California-based company eager to demonstrate economic feasibility of eco-friendly, biomass-based materials, which remains in close collaboration with Cornell on biochar research and development. 2 Feb 2011 A kiln is a device to which heat is applied to bring about physical and chemical changes in materials. Below is an alphabetical list of biochar and biochar equipment manufacturers and retailers. Biochar can store carbon in the soil for as many as hundreds to thousands of years. Terra Preta Developments are leaders in research, production and use of Biochar, driving the use of Biomass in soil development, horticulture and farming. Though not a  Horizontal bed biochar kiln. Pyrolysis is a form of thermal decomposition in a low-oxygen environment. 26 Sep 2017 Excellent open source pyrolysis kiln from Switzerland for biochar production with a very clean burn. From the YouTube notes: A 30 gallon retort heated by a 55 gallon TLUD is the basic idea. 5 cu ft). The resulting biochar — similar to charcoal — is then added to compost, sawdust or fish waste, for example, before being placed into the ground. A. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis. Biochar is a type of charcoal added to soil that acts as plant food, or fertilizer. These companies are listed only as a service to The kiln is enclosed in a furnace, which externally heats the drum rotating inside. Hornito Property of PODERCO S. Biochar Kiln Plans: This free downloadable workbench plan includes a materials list, cut list, diagrams, color photos, and lots of tips along the way. The Best BioChar Kiln $ 162. Making biochar in soil pit kilns . The difference? The intended use. ASSESSING KILN-PRODUCED HARDWOOD BIOCHAR FOR IMPROVING SOIL HEALTH IN A TEMPERATE CLIMATE AGRICULTURAL SOIL . APE-UK, Artists for Planet Earth, selected the biochar kiln project from many hundreds of applications for a grant of £5,000. Shortly after I first heard about biochar I knew I had to at least experiment with making some. So how to choose a suitable biochar equipment for sale is an arduous task for most buyers. Note that there is an arrow on the pump to illustrate the water flow direction. Verbesserte Holzkohle und Meiler Technik, carbon vegetal, carvao vegetal, wood vinegar, Holzessig, CDM, Clean Development Mechanism Oct 27, 2016 · What’s more, since biochar may help store rainwater in the soil during droughts, it helps to prevent soil temperatures from getting too hot. Cleaner in operation – up to 75% fewer pollutants released. Urban agriculture is characterized by fast rotation of cropping cycles and high inputs and outputs on relatively small areas of land. Our Stainless steel Biochar cone kiln reduces fire risk to household and other yards. However, the biochar from the wood cuttings may remain longer in the soil. At maccybiochar we encourage. , into charcoal. In addition to use in the soil, newer uses for biochar are now competing with traditional uses for activated carbon, carbon black, and graphite. Apr 07, 2014 · Building a Biochar Kiln – Lessons Learnt Drivers. Crop residues, manures, and wood are all potential feedstocks. All they need is the kiln and, perhaps, an industrial thermometer. The Best BioChar Garden Kiln is based on the Japanese cone kiln. A TLUD pyrolyzes organic material, including wood or manure, and uses a reburner to eliminate volatile byproducts of pyrolization. A wide variety of biochar options are available to you, such as humic acid, manure, and compost. The system that I have now I am very  16 Aug 2018 If you have access to plenty of water this is the way to go. young people to learn more about the carbon cycle and how to capture carbon for the soil. Wet kilns are usually long with kiln lengths on the order of 150–180 m (about 500–600 ft). See more ideas about Making charcoal, Charcoal and Soil improvement. Mar 10, 2015 · How to Make Biochar with a Dome Kiln on March 10, 2015. S. GOOD USES OF IMPURE CLAY – Potters who make high fire stoneware sometimes add small amounts of impure local  The Kon-Tiki flame curtain kiln re-connect biochar making to the ancient wisdom and craft of fire making and combines it with smart design based on modern  Creates significant amounts of biochar quickly : 5 – 7 cubic feet in under 2 hours for most types of biomass. CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOCHAR FROM FAST PYROLYSIS AND GASIFICATION SYSTEMS 76 Abstract 76 3. May 15, 2010 · Rocket Retort Rocks! Yesterday was the christening of my new kiln, the Rocket Retort, a culmination of many months of research, design, contemplation; and a recent spate of hard work. No ash or waste. Mar 27, 2019 · Note that the base of the kiln is open-ended and the walls of the kiln rests on top of the layer of bricks. Horizontal bed biochar production kiln. Biochar is made by heating biomass like wood in an oven to very high temperatures. When you bury the c Biochar is a type of charcoal, made and used for specific purposes – most often as a soil amendment. We hypothesized that such an intensive system would provide ideal preconditions for the use of biochar, that biochar would Trying hard to do OPT plantation waste to biochar. This guide is designed to assist you in deciding whether you will buy a kiln from a vendor, build a kiln from a published design, or develop your own kiln. This thermal treatment, combined with the characteristics of biomass, yields a charcoal-like material with a unique physical structure and chemical makeup. Biochar offers an effective way of removing carbon from the atmosphere and presents numerous opportunities for synergies in different areas of biomass production and its utilization. The base of the kiln is filled with sand or soil. Nov 02, 2019 · Want to learn about making your own kiln for biochar? We will start the class by talking a little bit about what biochar is and how the kiln works. Jun 11, 2019 – Mobile charcoal making kilns for making charcoal and biochar. Vuthisa Trans-Portable Kiln with 2 x 55-gallon drums for making Biochar. Apr 03, 2019 · Biochar has also been shown to increase water and nutrient holding capacity of soils, reducing leaching losses of nitrate (NO 3) by 10% and phosphorus (P) by 40-70% (Laird et al. To make Biochar, you burn biomass using  14 Jul 2015 After exploring and making deep cone kilns, cylindrical kilns and pyramid kilns in Switzerland, Canada, and California it seemed they  13 Mar 2019 After exploring and making deep cone kilns, cylindrical kilns and pyramid kilns in Switzerland, Canada, and California it seemed they  12 Apr 2019 Biochar, otherwise known as charcoal, is an age-old method of with the conclusion of the burn occurring when the kiln is filled with biochar. Erin Rasmussen. I've been a biochar enthusiast for 5 years now and riding the learning curve on how to make and use biochar at home. A method for making biochar includes placing waste bio mass in a cylindrical retort chamber. For this reason simple carbonization methods, similar to the original biochar piles but in improved form are likely to be more economical than more complicated plants that place emphasis Biochar is a type of charcoal or activated carbon that is especially good at supporting plant growth. The Biochar Journal provides science and practical guidance for using biochar to restore ecosystems, improve agriculture and sequester carbon. Systems and methods for a biochar retort kiln are disclosed herein. Making Biochar and Charcoal with the KILN-BASED MANUFACTURING. Energy Farmers Australia is pleased to announce the development of our first mobile biochar kiln. Bricks and clay is used in the construction. Carbon Gold therefore designed and used the first Superchar 100 kilns as part of the project’s expansion following the first positive crop trial results with biochar. Biofuel and biochemical production is one such area where implementation of the biochar concept is potentially attractive, reducing the carbon footprint, and Summary of Biochar Production Methods Five biochar production methods are described in detail: • Conservation burns (Page 12) Conservation burns offer the simplest method for producing biochar because they don’t require a kiln. Further heating is required to increase the fixed carbon content, surface area and porosity by driving off and decomposing more of the volatiles. Our locally made Japanese style cone kilns are available here with the backing of our years of knowledge of the kiln process and use of the stable carbon product. Biochar can be made from a much broader range of materials than charcoal can. APE-UK grants are funded from sales  Photos and descriptions that show how to make and operate a biochar kiln using a 200 liter (55 gallon) steel barrel inside an insulating firebrick enclosure. A technique practiced for many centuries by tribes of the Amazon Rainforest, the Buy organic biochar products online from Biochar Supreme. Local partners are optimistic that lessons learned from the manure trials can also help farmers improve odor controls and improve soil health. However, biochar stoves (and stoves in general) primary are for cooking and heating. ‘Biochar stove’ or ‘kiln’ have also been used for these types of units. These companies are listed only as a service to Manufacturers & Retailers. You can go to the local pottery and use theirs but it's much more convenient to have your  A kiln (kil or kiln) is a thermally insulated chamber, a type of oven, that produces temperatures sufficient to complete some process, such as hardening, drying,  Explains how to reprocess old dry clay. After the process is finished, a wheel loader with a custom gripper picks up the kiln and moves it to the crushing-screening-bagging workstation. Our Hemp Char Our AvaChar Movie Our Biochar Stove and Grilltop Biochar Stove $160 To order, please contact us for shipping price. The Kon-Tiki kiln can be tilted after the burn, allowing the biochar to be dumped out easily for further use. Many of my readers ask about how to make biochar or charcoal in bulk quantity instead of few kg per batch. Young Explorers. The raw materials cover straw, bamboo, rice husk, wood chips, sawdust, palm shell, coconut shell, etc. The Oregon Kiln was designed through the CIG project as a convenient way for small acreage landowners to create biochar on-site, using tree trimmings from their forest thinning projects. T l u d. 2K likes. Even small amounts of biochar are very, very good for the soil. Before I talk about kiln wash, I want to talk about kiln shelves. BioEnergy Lists: Terra Preta (Biochar) International Biochar Initiative (IBI) Folke Günther's "the simplest of the simple" retort two-barrel charcoal retort Sep 01, 2017 · Biochar can be effectively created at home in a pit, self-made kiln, or produced by expensive machines. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment. It can improve soils, boost crops, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, produce electricity, filter water, improve compost,  23 Aug 2016 This is "Operation of the B4K B4SS biochar kiln in Vietnam" by Bio Char on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love . They are usually of smaller capacity as well. Wilson Biochar Associates specializes in biochar technology, market development, education and outreach. Charcoal production for soil amendment is an attractive option for horticulturists in many growing conditions, if suitable feedstock is readily available. Europe Biochar Market By Application (Agriculture, Gardening, Household, Others), By Technology (Microwave Pyrolysis, Continuous Pyrolysis, Batch Pyrolysis Kiln, Gasifier, Hydrothermal, Cook Stove And Others), By Manufacturing (Gasification, Pyrolysis And Others), By Feedstock (Agricultural Waste, Forestry Waste, Animal Manure And Biomass Plantations) And By Region (Industry Analysis, Size Want to make biochar? Carbon Gold's SuperChar kilns use pyrolysis to efficiently convert a range of wet and dry feedstocks into biochar. com) "This 30. Our hemp char is sold by weight. When the surface of biochar is modified with several methods in a lab, it has shown an ability to capture antibiotics, pesticides, hormones, heavy metals and other possible contaminants. Biochar cone kilns. Biochar is created by slowly heating a biomass in a low-oxygen environment, such as a kiln, until everything but the carbon is burned off. Make Your Own BioChar and Terra Preta: A simple way to make BioChar in a 55 gallon drum. You will not each leave with a kiln you make during this class. Apr 12, 2019 · Flame Cap Kilns use a metal cylinder or box, with either an open or closed bottom. Biochar making machine can process various biomass wastes, such as sawdust, rice husk, coconut shell, palm shell, wood, bamboo, etc. At the bottom of the kiln biochar cools slowly and vapor activation is much shorter and at lower temperatures than in the middle or the upper parts of the kiln which result in different activation levels and biochar characteristics. Biochar is a charcoal-like substance produced from agriculture and forest wastes which contains 70% carbon. 6 Promising Biochar Scenarios and Synergies 61 2. May 29, 2013 · This technique is very similar to the Japanese cone kiln design that has become popular, or what is now also called a Kon-Tiki Kiln. Biomass is stored solar energy. The feed  If you make pottery at home you need a pottery kiln in which to fire it. Biochar. If you want to build this Adam Retort charcoal kiln, please contact him to buy license at [email protected] Biochar Products Our Biochar To order in bulk, please contact us for pricing Please note: We sell our biochar by volume and not by weight. 2 m3 KILN DESIGN FOR COMPOSITE BIOCHARS • The biochar drops over a weir at the end of the trough. Jun 04, 2018 · Kon-Tiki Cone Kiln. Australia's first Adam retort Biochar Kiln at Biochar Industries Kunghur NSW Australia. QUENCHED BIOCHAR. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY . 11 Mar 2013 Biochar is a type of charcoal, made and used for specific purposes – most often as a soil amendment. Learn more about our services now. Manufacturers & Retailers. Log in to post comments. Hugh McLaughlin, PhD, PE, Alterna Biocarbon Inc. Creates significant amounts of biochar quickly : 5 – 7 cubic feet in under 2 hours for most types of biomass. Sep 15, 2011 · geo biochar pit kiln This is one of the simplest method of converting the crop residue and other biomass into Biochar / charcoal. We provide details of some innovative designs that have been tested, organized in a way that will help you evaluate designs and choose a biochar device that suits your needs. Different Kinds of Kiln Shelves. You could build a simple burner out of scavenged materials, spend $300 on a cone kiln, or pay upwards of $5,000 plus labor for an Adam Retort. 7 Challenges to Applying Biochar 70 2. At the end of this, two main products come out of the kiln. First, the company transforms organic waste from greenhouse crops (on farms less than 10 hectares) into biochar which is a useful biological amendment for soil regeneration that allows the retention of 50% of water and 50% of nitrogen. Adam Retort Charcoal Kiln- Improved Charcoal Production System – an Low-cost retort kiln. It is, therefore, a type of Furnace and the  I have run about 8-9 kiln loads of timber through mine now, making small and large changes on the way. Branches and small diameter wood are stacked in a precise method that This kiln does away with the internal metal barrier which is costly, corrodes easily and is labor-intensive to make. In theory, biochar amended soils should have greater nutrient use efficiency, lower leaching losses of nutrients and lower fertilizer requirements. SOIL REEF™ PURE BIOCHAR Soil Reef™ Pure Biochar is a premium quality biochar soil enhancement made in the U. Post date: Tuesday, March 8, 2011 – 6:21pm. 2 Experimental 79 Jun 04, 2018 · Kon-Tiki Cone Kiln. As the drum rotates, the biomass moves through the slightly sloped drum, and is processed for the specified amount of time. Crop residues in fields can cause considerable crop management problems as they accumulate. Biochar Kiln Plans. Barefoot Biochar Biochar Stoves Events Vitality Community Consultation Testimonials FAQ Our enterprise is located in northern New South Wales in the middle of a neglected plantation forest. NOTE: Each purchase donates a kiln to a Kenyan farmer. We’ll always treat your details with the utmost care and won’t share them with any third party. Back in March 2012 Paul Taylor went to Maleny on the Sunshine Coast hinterland to teach a two-day workshop about biochar and its potential hosted by Hans Erken of the Bamboo Society of Australia. Beston Machinery has various biochar production equipment for sale. If the kiln is to be operated on a concrete surface then the kiln will sit on top of a four-brick layer and filled with soil. Some implements are already available  11 Mar 2013 Biochar is a type of charcoal, made and used for specific purposes – most often as a soil amendment. To do this, the team came up with a design for a biochar kiln (it is technically a low cost pyrolizer) that uses a 55 gallon oil drum. The design is easy to transport, relatively light to lift, and can even stack into the back of a standard pick up truck. A second chimney drafts the firebox under the kiln. The quality of biochar can range from the charcoal made in a bonfire, to charcoal that is developed using a professional kiln that burns it at the perfect temperature and keeps the material away from all oxygen. Ours uses invasive buckthorn for feedstock and our biochar kiln is fired without fossil fuels. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Chris Adam . Kilns can be of very large size and often have internal burning, particularly when used in charcoal making. Quick payback period: many commercial biochars sell for $30 – $50 per cubic foot so the Kon-Tiki can pay for itself after just a few uses. It is a non-profit research foundation with the Headquarter in Europe having independent offices in the USA, Nepal and Australia. " Lessons and Projects on Biochar for K-12 Students and Teachers (International Biochar Initiative) Jun 02, 2011 · This is a charcoal retort / kiln I have invented has been designed to be environmentally friendly by burning the smoke it produces to help heat the retort. The Kon-Tiki 1. With funding support from the US Forest Service and the Oregon Department of Forestry, the Pacific NW biochar working group is interested in learning about your recent biochar project success stories. Materials range widely in cost. But what is biochar, anyway, and what’s it supposed to do? In its purest form, biochar is pyrolyzed organic material. The biomass is to be added continuously as the fire continuous. Fresh from the kiln, biochar is bone dry and hydrophobic (water-repelling). Stoves TLUD Gasifier Stove Biochar is an ancient soil treatment recently rediscovered. He presents the benefits to using biochar as a soil amendment in a garden as well as various materials you can A Simple Backyard Biochar Kiln Design (BestBiocharKiln. welding) to  Kon-Tiki biochar kiln now available for sale in Australia! Richard Zakin discusses what to look for when buying an electric pottery kiln, as well as explains the different types of electric pottery kilns. A wide variety of biochar kiln options are available to you, There are 226 biochar kiln suppliers, mainly located in Asia. Jan 26, 2017 · Biochar has proven to provide a beneficial surface chemistry that can filter a wide range of contaminants, including nitrogen and phosphorous, he said. Systematic research of these variances in function of the charring position inside the kiln is needed. Great for residential use, these units dispose of waste, generate heat and power and produce biochar for the family garden. The example biochar kiln includes a plurality of semi-independent combustion cells. In my first post on biochar I outlined A design for a biochar kiln. Water was slowly introduced to kiln through the drain valve cooling bottom of kiln, while pyrolysis continued on top. SEPTEMBER 2015 Aug 27, 2013 · WA’s First Mobile Biochar Kiln. Biochar is a powerful mean to mitigate climate change Buy biochar soil amendment to enhance plant growth in your garden, improve the Earth’s soil through water and nutrient retention while protecting our natural resources. 5″ wide by 11″ deep kiln, made of sturdy 20 gauge steel, is by far the easiest, affordable, and fastest way to make biochar at home. Kiln was filled to top with water, which floated up char. 17 May 2018 Biochar is a solid, charcoal-like material formed by heating biomass in the absence of oxygen in a process known as pyrolysis. This first step of creating the biochar, cooking the moisture from the wood, lasts until around mid-day, with Low feeding the fire box regularly. Fully transportable – trailer mounted (optional). 5 cubic feet of biochar per batch. Pyrolysis is fueled by igniting the waste biomass. We are only just starting to fully realise the full benefits biochar brings to us, environmentally, economically and for our health. 8 Future Progress and Devel opment 73 References 74 CHAPTER 3. Minor pyrogas flaming (yellow flames) and CO combustion (blue flames) continued on top of kiln brimming with water. It’s touted as the next amazing amendment for the garden, a powerhouse amendment. To make Biochar, you burn biomass using pyrolysis – a low/no-oxygen burning environment that prevents combustion of the biomass material, and therefore produces charcoal. The project also applied different mixes of composted manure mixed with biochar to use as a fertilizer for pastures. For example, biochar made from manure will have a higher nutrient content than biochar made from wood cuttings. Finger Lakes Biochar Vision: In line with our ‘plant waste wisely’ tag line, we envision a future where human behavior towards organic matter mirrors the nutrient cycles found in nature. As the moisture is cooked out of the wood, volatile gases are released, and Low shifts the kiln to the gasification phase. Biochar kiln products are most popular in Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia. BIOMASS CONVERSION TO BIOCHAR IN LARGER CUSTOM-BUILT KILNS. Submitted to the Graduate School of the . Pacific Biochar has access to far more advanced production facilities now, but this technique is still used for home production on my own farm and has been taught to many others for production on their farms. Chapter One: What is Biochar? My working definition for biochar is simply charcoal that has been infused with a combination of nutrients, microbes, and moisture. With a focused central burn 500-700 C, carbon platelets are maintained, producing a fast and effective stable carbon for regenerative gardening. To make it retain water and support microbes, it needs to be made hydrophilic (water-absorbing) again, and this is done by adding sufficient amounts of water, without making it waterlogged. Adam Retort is a charcoal making kiln designed by Dr. Jul 06, 2014 · Biochar Workshops On Australia’s Sunshine Coast. How is Biochar Made? Biochar is made with controlled burns. Despite the good things that biochar can do for soils, making charcoal in the Kiln Technology— Production techniques did not advance significantly for  Before setting up the kiln, clear the area under and around it of burnable material. The only by-product of our pyrolysis system, is biochar. Quick payback period: many commercial biochars  27 Apr 2017 Biochar was produced using several different types of kilns; four sub types of flame curtain kilns (deep-cone metal kiln, steel shielded soil pit,  Because we were having several types of difficulties with our gas-fired kiln, we began to look into building a wood-fired kiln. is an acronym for Top Lit Up Draught meaning you lite it at the top and the air is sucked up through the fire. It Biochar is an exciting new field with great potential but significant uncertainties. These can be as small as a personal kiln in the back yard or as large as brush piles in an open field. Our kilns are made of American-made 20 gauge steel, pre-cut and ready to assemble: two side pieces and a bottom put together with pop The biochar remaining at the end of exothermic pyrolysis still contains appreciable amounts of volatile compounds. Top layer was quenched with hose spray A biochar kiln is disclosed. Sep 10, 2009 · The biochar production process begins with biomass being fed into a pyrolysis kiln—a furnace that burns with little or no oxygen. Hoping to promote simple, scalable, environmentally sound methods for making biochar for improving the soil on small farms and in backyard gardens. Jan 16, 2020 · These photos are two halves of a 55gallon drum ‘seamed’ together lengthwise as a trial of covered trench biochar method. Biochar has been labeled a “carbon negative” energy source because it has this possibility of sequestering more carbon than is produced. One cubic foot of biochar retails between $30 and $60. US Biochar Initiative I am on the board of the USBI. This unit will a) produce biochar from nearly any feedstock b) condense wood vinegar from the raw syngas stream, c) crack and filter the raw syngas remaining after the condensation step to produce a clean mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, known as syngas, and d) optionally burn the syngas to generate electricity. This post has been written by Mike Thomas, a great bloke who was a student on our 2013 Permaculture Design Course. Sep 29, 2019 · The term “biochar” has been going around gardening circles a lot. One of the significant advantages of Flame Cap Kilns for farm and forestry production is that material can be loaded throughout the burn process, with the conclusion of the burn occurring when the kiln is filled with biochar. Can pyrolise any type of wood – logs to twigs. Charcoal production techniques have existed for thousands for years'. The volume of the cone kiln is about 35 gallons (or about 4. Instead I went small and made myself a home-made TLUD kiln from an old (thoroughly cleaned) paint can and some soup cans. With the increasing demand of charcoal, biochar production equipment for sale has become a hot product in the international market. Here, Seth Peterson of the Nebraska Forest Service, right, dowses the kiln in water, while Kelpie Biochar is a carbonaceous material created through the pyrolysis of biomass, a process often carried out in a rotary kiln with a limited oxygen environment. Aug 27, 2019 · As principal engineer John Sanderson puts it, 'Biochar wasn’t a new thing. Fabricating a small scale kiln is most economical when you have the materials on hand and the skills (i. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of biochar kiln respectively. Biochar/Burn Workshops on the Central Coast. In the post I expressed delight at how well it had performed. Depletion of soil organic carbon and low nutrient use efficiency are severe agricultural constraints in the sandy soils of West Africa. COLE . , 2010). Use of Biochar for Soil Health Enhancement and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in India: Potential and Constraints Introduction Agricultural waste is usually handled as a liability, often because the means to transform it into an asset is lacking. Biochar, as a renewable energy with high caloric value, has been widely used as fuel or additive in various areas. 1 Introduction 77 3. Wood chunks, sticks or stalks will work better. The current draft of our paper The “Jolly Roger Ovens” family of Biochar-making devices in pdf, and attached to this story. CarbonZero Experimental Biochar Kiln Introduction We've constructed a simple closed retort kiln using an insulated firebrick enclosure designed for a 200 liter dry-goods steel barrel with a clamp-on cover as a retort. Biochar Makers for the Biochar Gardener and Small Farmer By The Biochar Revolution | Monday, January 26, 2015 | (Disabled) Comments. This is a very simple Biochar kiln recently designed for Sarada Mutt (Holy Mother), at Almora, Uttarakhand, India. These high school ceramics students are clay prospecting. This is a great opportunity to upgrade your firepit or burn pile to a cleaner burning biochar-maker. Beetlekill and fire-damaged trees or other woody materials are shredded and loaded into the kilns as feedstock. A versatile dual body kiln capable of both drying and charring a wide range of feedstocks, allowing you to produce up to 800kg of biochar per day. ready to be fired for the Biochar field and farmer trial in pumpkin plantation Oregon Biochar Solutions manufactures ultra-pure biochar. The Backyard Biochar Retort Kiln This low cost wood-fired biochar kiln can be even cheaper if you have some of the materials already lying around or if you have welding skills. Gold N Black Biochar Soil Amendment by Pocono Bio Ag, Builds deep Rich Soil Supporting Microbial Life and fungal Activity Using Carbon, enhances Nutrient Density Through Mineralization and biomimicry Japan, China and Australia innovated producing biochar in small pyrolysis ovens like those on the left. Very often, retort kilns will include two main components: a chamber for which pyrolysis will take place, as well as a chamber for which combustion will take place. We will spend the rest of the class practicing Biochar, form of charcoal made from animal wastes and plant residues (such as wood chips, leaves, and husks) that undergo pyrolysis, a process that rapidly decomposes organic material through anaerobic heating. Biochar is under investigation as a viable approach for carbon sequestration, as it has the potential to help mitigate global warming and climate change. This unique kiln can dry and char wet feedstocks in alternate kiln bodies, using heat and gas produced during the pyrolysis process. e. Nov 15, 2017 · The quest for the perfect backyard biochar kiln. Biochar Kiln Plans: Overall, this product is a great set of wooden plans to help you achieve any of your woodworking projects. Tlud biochar stove for sale…. More efficient – 100% of wood is pyrolised. Jun 26, 2013 · The creation of biochar includes the same basic concepts no matter which design you decide to go with. has cooled off entirely (this takes 2 days), tip it over to retrieve the biochar. Our biochar production equipment can recycle various biomass wastes into something useful. Oct 31, 2018 · Quenching the fire to prevent the char from turning to ash is important in creating biochar. Biochar is defined as a carbon-rich product obtained when biomass, such as wood, manure, or leaves, is heated at relatively low temperatures (700°C) in a closed container with little or no available air (Lehmann and Joseph, 2009). Dig a conical pit in the form of a Kon-Tiki, ram the clay, level stones as a upper rim shield around the pit and start barely one hour later to produce your first own biochar. Unfortunately I do not have an easy access to big barrels, metalworking skills or a place to store a big kiln. Firstly, we were engaged by Chandala Poultry to design a system that would recover the energy from chicken litter the farm produces and use it to meet the farms energy requirements. I hope to be able to provide 2,000 tones per month by 4th quarter 2016 but need some support from the buyers’ side. Sep 09, 2019 · Anyone interested in producing biochar for small, niche markets such as farmers markets; Example: Assuming a biochar recovery rate of 33%, a 55-gallon drum retort kiln would yield ~2. Decrease your organic management costs & reduce your carbon footprint with Seneca Farms Biochar, LLC. We will spend the rest of the class practicing the skills you will need to make one: cutting metal and welding. ILLUSTRATION 3 –TOP EXPLODED 1 VIEW of BKI REC kiln components BioChar has developed two quick and inexpensive organic waste recovery systems. Nov 18, 2010 · Biochar is widely seen as the successor to biofuels on grounds that it will sequester carbon and improve soil fertility while also producing energy. Many conclusions and recommendations were drawn to understand the application of and further study of biochar as a beneficial sorbent. This removes all of the water and easy to burn material from the biomass leaving only carbon. With the new kiln models, the project entered a second phase of implementation and biochar production—including field trials that followed more rigorous scientific protocols. Biochar thus has the potential to help mitigate climate change via carbon sequestration. " Make Your Own Biochar can be created by anyone with a couple of steel barrels, some wood and a match. The latest entry to the  Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment for both carbon sequestration and soil health Alternatively, each farmer or group of farmers can operate a lower- tech kiln. In that case, you have to increase the size of the charcoal kiln or buy a professional production system. We are currently at the design phase where we need to determine what materials we will use to build the kiln. This is a TLUD kiln. Our Black Owl (TM) premium organic biochar is OMRI-listed and certified for organic use. The Pyrolizer Biochar Kiln cleans easily making it convenient to transport and share if desired. 4 Biochar Sources 30 2. We helped small farmers learn how to make biochar and use it to manage manure and make premium compost. Visit the UBET site to see the biochar practice guidelines we produced. Researchers will also use a randomized control trial to study how social networks Biochar can be produced without any investment and with only natural construction materials. The kiln uses any small dimensioned, dry feedstock that won’t pack together – sawdust or wood chips are too small. What is it I hear you say. This 30. com. This is the beginning of a series of articles, describing Paul Taylor's journey in making a cheap and easy to make biochar kiln or oven for the small property and small farmer. They sell their “climate kiln” in the US for $290 (including shipping) if you are interested. 5 Biochar Properties 45 2. How to make it: Instructable on the retort kiln "Gardening with Biochar FAQ" , about small-scale gardening with biochar, an excellent resource. With Stage 1 support from DIV, IPA researchers in partnership with Re:char, a social enterprise, and the African Christians Organizations Network, a Kenyan-based NGO, will pilot and rigorously evaluate the livelihood benefits of a farm-level biochar production kiln that costs between $25 and $40 per unit. from sustainably produced wood waste and forest residue. To make Biochar, you burn biomass using  Mobile biochar kiln Photo: Byron Biochar. Biochar can be made more efficiently using a charcoal retort. com offers 1,126 biochar products. Now you can cost effectively make your own quality biochar. And improving the air as well. We are leading the way in producing biochar, and other products, with our new horizontal bed kiln, allowing us the ability to consistently produce high volume, high quality carbon products. Biomass is any organic matter that is renewable. EMILY J. The kiln has been in the pipeline for well over a year and we have just finished construction. Jul 18, 2019 · The Umpqua Biochar Education Team – UBET – is a group of volunteers who are interested in exploring all the benefits and uses of biochar as a soil amendment and a tool to sequester carbon from the atmosphere. The yield of biochar pretty much equals the volume. Charge your homemade biochar by blending it 50/50 with compost and you’re ready to introduce all the benefits of biochar to your own home garden. The concentration of  All major kiln brands are discounted every day of the week with FREE shipping on many! pottery kilns, glass kilns, and ceramic kilns. As the world of biochar expands, the need for definitive research to answer core questions grows. In addition to biochar, the biochar production process also yields by-products that can be utilized as well. Our two recent Biochar Conservation Burn Workshops in Paso Robles and Soledad were very well received and participants included winery owners, vineyard managers, students, entrepreneurs, air district staff, RCD representatives, and CalFire personnel. It is used as soil enhancer to increase fertility, prevent soil degradation and to sequester carbon in the soil. Biochar Grill Top … Small-scale, simple and accessible Biochar production may be a key component in grassroots paths to ecological sustainability. May 13th, 2015 |. Like so many others bit by the biochar bug, I wanted to create a kiln for my own use. Firing clay is the most critical part of the ceramics process and here we present some great tips on firing clay in an electric kiln. -Make the biochar (see video links above)-To quench the Kon-Tiki biochar kiln, connect the water pump to the battery to start pumping when the final layer of feedstock is added to the burn – it's a slow pump. PLEASE BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE FIRE SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR YOUR AREA!! Ok, now go put a skewer on the biochar-making barbecue! Dimensions & Instructions from Kelpie's site: (The Pyramid kilns is) much easier to make than the round kiln. This is an opportunity to spotlight your work and efforts to develop the biochar sector in our region (OR, WA, ID, and MT). The CarbonZero horizontal bed kiln is based on a very reliable industrial oven design that is used in everything from commercial  Now you can cost effectively make your own quality biochar. We think you’re going to find our By making biochar from brush and other hard to compost organic material, you can improve soil — it enhances nutrient availability and also enables soil to retain nutrients longer. biochar, more cheaply than the pyrolysis process the main emphasis in the latter is on the production of biochar. That was several years ago, and . A Dissertation Presented . Pictured: An Oregon Kiln is used to make biochar by burning woody debris. SUSTAINABLE BIOCHAR PRODUCTION. the backing of our years of knowledge of the kiln process and use of the stable carbon product. experimentation a methodology was formed that set a basis to find the yield of biochar produced, percent of carbon in biochar and the surface areas of ideal temperature samples. biochar kiln


Biochar

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Biochar production, characterization and recent developments in biochar engineering methods are highlighted.

Biochar’s emerging role as a support for enzyme immobilization is assessed and compared with other supports material.

Biochar properties in view of its role as an immobilization support and their contributing factors are presented.

Different methods for enzyme immobilization on biochar are evaluated.

Biochar production, characterization and recent developments in biochar engineering methods are highlighted.

Biochar’s emerging role as a support for enzyme immobilization is assessed and compared with other supports material.

Biochar properties in view of its role as an immobilization support and their contributing factors are presented.

Different methods for enzyme immobilization on biochar are evaluated.

Biochar is a carbonaceous, solid, and recalcitrant compound derived from the pyrolysis of waste biomass. Its yield and properties are strongly influenced by pyrolysis conditions and feedstock composition. Biochar has been engineered using various physical and chemical activation methods to alter its structural and physicochemical properties in order to suit the final application and finds wide applicability in the field of soil remediation, wastewater treatment, and energy generation. Owing to its low-cost, presence of surface functional groups, porosity, and moderate surface area, biochar has recently been explored as a support material for the immobilization of enzymes. This paper aims to review the recent findings in biochar production, factors affecting the biochar properties and biochar engineering. Further, this also gives an insight into the potential of biochar as an immobilization support in terms of its properties, contributing factors and comparison with other support materials.


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Biochar counteracts nitrification inhibitor DMPP–mediated negative effect on spinach

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Efficient Removal of Cr(VI) from Aqueous Solution by Fe-Mn Oxide-Modified Biochar

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Purplefarm Genetics Executes Partnership Agreement With WTTEC

29 January, 2020
 

EDWARDSBURGH, Ontario, Jan. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Purplefarm Genetics Inc. (“Purplefarm Genetics“), a privately-held cannabis company, is pleased to announce a partnership agreement with WTTEC Systems Inc. (“WTTEC”) to adopt patented, next-generation waste disposal technologies in its facility, the first of its kind in Canada.

“We are truly excited about partnering with WTTEC, a company with the ability to reinvent the way the cannabis industry approaches its environmental impact,” said Jonah Clifford, Director at Purplefarm Genetics. “As the cannabis market in Canada matures, we can clearly see the need for innovative solutions to environmental problems within cannabis operations. Environmental stewardship in cannabis can no longer be optional, it is an ethical obligation.”

“The amount of landfill waste the cannabis industry produces is exorbitant and unsustainable. There is a clear need to develop better solutions,” said Jacob Brown, President of WTTEC. “We are proud to be implementing, in partnership with Purplefarm Genetics, the first cannabis waste disposal system in Canada that effectively and cleanly eliminates all organic and non-organic waste which in turn, diverts 100% of all materials from landfills.”

WTTEC’s patented technology converts cannabis waste into biochar, while scrubbing particle emissions through a two-stage process. This process sequesters carbon while producing a rich bioproduct that is able to be reintroduced to cultivation processes, closing the loop. This process is compliant with Health Canada’s regulations requiring cannabis to be denatured. The technology will significantly reduce costs of disposal and streamline operations. The technology is environmentally conscious and does not utilise water, chemical or biological treatment in its process.

For more information about Purplefarm Genetics, visit their website at: www.purplefarmgenetics.com.

For more information about WTTEC, visit their website at: https://wttec.ca/


Enhanced removal of NO 3 -N from water using Fe-Al modified biochar: behavior and mechanism

29 January, 2020
 

Hanyang You, Wenying Li, Yi Zhang, Zilin Meng, Zhenxiao Shang, Xuedong Feng, Yanfei Ma, Jie Lu, Menghong Li, Xiaoyin Niu; Enhanced removal of NO3-N from water using Fe-Al modified biochar: behavior and mechanism. Water Sci Technol wst2020033. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2020.033

Hanyang You, Wenying Li, Yi Zhang, Zilin Meng, Zhenxiao Shang, Xuedong Feng, Yanfei Ma, Jie Lu, Menghong Li, Xiaoyin Niu; Enhanced removal of NO3-N from water using Fe-Al modified biochar: behavior and mechanism. Water Sci Technol wst2020033. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2020.033

To remove NO3-N from water, the coconut shell biochar (CSB) was modified by the solution of FeCl3, the solution of AlCl3 and the mixture solution of FeCl3 and AlCl3 respectively. The obtained modified biochar with the best effect of NO3-N adsorption was screened out to explore the adsorption behavior and mechanism of NO3-N removal by batch experiments and kinetics and thermodynamics and correlated characterization. The results indicated that the mixture solution of FeCl3 and AlCl3 modified CSB (Fe-Al/CSB) showed the best adsorption performance for NO3-N removal. Iron and aluminum elements existed on the surface of Fe-Al/CSB in the form of FeOOH, Fe2O3, Fe2+, Al2O3 respectively. The adsorption process could reach equilibrium in 20 min. Acidic condition was favorable for NO3-N adsorption. The presence of coexisting anions was not conducive for NO3-N adsorption. The quasi-second-order model and Freundlich model could be well fitted in the adsorption process. The maximum adsorption capacity of Fe-Al/CSB fitted by Langmuir model could reach 34.20 mg/g. The adsorption of NO3-N by Fe-Al/CSB was an endothermic and spontaneous process. Ligand exchange and chemical redox reaction were the NO3-N adsorption mechanisms which led to the NO3-N adsorption by Fe-Al/CSB.

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This Is How Two Companies Are Making Better Soil For Crops

30 January, 2020
 

Globally, we grow 95% of our food in the top layer of soil. But that layer of soil is being depleted after hundred of conventional farming, so we need more topsoil to grow food.

In 2019, The Week reported that a Cornell Study showed soil in the US disappears ten times faster than it can be naturally replenished. That costs the American economy $37 billion in productivity annually from soil loss.

Kekäläinen says science shows us that nature has stored and used carbon in the soil for more than a millennia.

“Making biocarbon and putting them in the soil is the obvious biomimicry answer to both CO2 issues and soil depletion,” said Kekäläinen. “It can replenish soils by promoting nutrient and water storage, as well as improving microbial activity.”

Carbo Culture is a carbon tech company founded in Finland and headquartered in San Francisco. Since 2018, Carbo Culture has  raised €550K in pre-seed investment. The company believes that profitable carbon sequestration is possible by turning biomass waste into biochar to repair the soil.

But they aren’t alone. The growing carbon market – with a compounded annual growth rate of 11.22% from 2020 to 2028 – has its share of established players already, including Pacific Biochar.

Josiah Hunt, CEO of Pacific Biochar, has been in the biochar industry for the past decade. He started Pacific Biochar six years ago, and the company is funded by revenues and a small amount of seed funding. The company makes five different biochar products for farmers.

Both companies sit squarely in the regenerative agriculture space.

Let’s talk about carbon

Carbon is the fuel source for microbial activity in the soil, which digests nutrients for plants. And, the stable form of carbon that can amend the soil is called biochar, or charcoal.

A 2015 study from the University of Washington reported that the use of biochar in the soil had increased soil carbon levels between 32-33%.

Hunt says that the value of biochar is currently not well understood.

“Biochar is a relatively new term that essentially describes biomass charcoal when used or found in soil,” said Hunt. “Language barriers compound this misunderstanding; for instance, in Japan, the tradition of using charcoal in agriculture has a long history that continues to this day [..], but most of this market activity does not use the word biochar.”

Kekäläinen says biochar works like a coral reef in the ocean – it fosters soil life in its surface, and enables the soil to use nutrients better and be healthier. It’s a way of boosting resilience in the face of changing weather and grows long-term yields. 

“It’s very, very difficult to capture parts per million out of the atmosphere, So we let photosynthesis do the work for us into plant matter,” said Kekäläinen. “Instead of letting it decay, we turn it into solid carbon – which stays stable for hundreds to thousands of years and doesn’t re-enter the atmosphere. This is how we accelerate natural carbon sequestration by 50x.”

Carbo Culture is converting worthless agricultural and forestry residues into a high-value product. The company says it has plans to sequester three tons of atmospheric CO2 into each ton of their biochar which will be integrated back into the earth.

“In the future, I think we won’t have such a thing as waste – all material in the future will be upcycled and converted to our benefit,” added Kekäläinen.

It’s absurd that we treat matter as single-use or disposable today. There’s always a second – and sometimes higher value life.

Transitioning to biochar

Hunt believes it will take time for farmers to adopt the biochar approach.

“Money can shorten the time, but it takes a lot of time to build trust within farming communities, and trust is essential to widespread adoption,” said Hunt.

“Lots and lots of wisely applied field trials in every region of interest would quicken the curve, and that’s where the money could be helpful,” added Hunt. “Biochar can last for centuries, so it is only a matter of time until it can provide a positive return on investment.”

If there were payment programs in place where a farmer could apply biochar in year one, then pay for it between years five and 10, it could dramatically open markets by allowing the biochar to pay for itself.

“This would be particularly useful in tree and vine crops where the first harvest is a few years after planting,” said Hunt.

But Hunt says that there is another way to look at the adoption of biochar.

“Put a price on carbon! If farmers had [..] simple ways to get paid for building soil carbon and taking it out of the atmosphere, an amazing power would be revealed,” said Hunt.

Biochar is a very stable carbon, and [..] can be viewed as some blue-chip carbon drawdown, a carbon sequestration approach with very low risk of being released back into the atmosphere.

Hunt believes this can and should provide certain markets where biochar may be traded at a higher value than simple offsets or carbon sequestration methods with a higher risk of release.

According to Kekäläinen, their high-temperature biochar is excellent for binding with nutrients.

Turning biomass into biochar

Carbo Culture has a demo scale facility with a 500 lbs/h capacity in the Central Valley of California that processes multiple types of forestry waste, dry plant matter waste (woody plants, nutshells, etc.) into high-quality carbon. They constructed the facility from grant and VC money and Kekäläinen’s co-founder and CTO, Christopher Carstens, along with a handful of external engineering consultants, helped build the facility.

Central Valley has millions of tons of agricultural and forestry waste (biomass). This includes forestry thinnings for fire safety that are either left to decompose or burned openly in fields or in biomass incinerators, which contributes to the Valley’s high air pollution score.

According to Kekäläinen, their high-temperature biochar is excellent for binding with nutrients.

“Nutrient leaching is a major problem for water pollution in many parts of the world. The carbon helps the nutrients to form bonds, stopping it from running off with rainwater or oxidizing to form air pollution,” added Kekäläinen.

Survival in soil

“Biochar offers great potential for safely sequestering atmospheric carbon (climate change mitigation), but biochar also offers great potential for helping us with food security and water conservation (climate change adaptation) as recognized by the IPCC,” said Hunt.

Biochar is listed as one of the top five natural climate solutions for climate change mitigation in a 2019 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Climate Change and Land report.

Hunt says we should also be looking at the value of human survival.

“What is the value of mitigating climate change when the fecundity of our species is at stake?” said Hunt.

The question is what do we need to do to change markets and incentives to make it easier for farmers to adopt regenerative soil-building farming practices? What sort of infrastructure would helpful in supporting a transition to farming practices that support long term soil health, food security, and soil carbon building?

Like Hunt, Kekäläinen believes that carbon sequestering is the way forward to help reverse soil depletion.

“The bottom line is that we need to bring the carbon down from the atmosphere and put it to better use,” said Kekäläinen.

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We can be reached at 618-218-2117 or email ogleauctions@gmail. Real-life tiki god Martin Cate—owner of San Francisco's Smuggler's Cove—takes us inside the tropical fever dream that is Tiki Kon. While the dwellings are less than thirty years old, the extensive use of vintage windows, doors and fittings create a feeling of graceful age. 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Situated just 15 minutes from Armidale and Uralla at Invergowrie, Tumblegum is a beautiful residential property perfectly suited for nature-lovers and families. Inspired by the Kon-tiki cone kiln I looked a cheaper alternative that uses recycled materials and was suited to long fuel sections like bamboo to reduced the amount of cutting. Every time I cast my eyes toward the heavens, I look with a sense of awe and wonder. 7 cu ft) in about 4 hours, using cordwood. Whole Village has various methods of creating and processing Biochar including a Kon-tiki cone kiln as well as simple affordable kilns more available to everyone. พิพิธภัณฑ์ Kon Tiki เป็นแหล่งท่องเที่ยวที่สำคัญอีกแห่งใน ออสโล ประเทศออสโล ชม รูปภาพ พิพิธภัณฑ์ Kon Tiki และอ่านข้อมูลของสถานที่ท่องเที่ยว พิพิธภัณฑ์ Kon Tiki ได้ที่ นี่. Biochar advocate, Frank Strie is using a range of woody waste to fire up his KON-TIKI-TAS deep cone kiln The winners and losers in Australia's dairy industry as Murray Goulburn sale looms . 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Thanks to the innovative mindset of scientists, engineers and recycling industry players, leading-edge recycling techniques and initiatives continually bring new avenues of recycling to the forefront. Biochar is one such example of a growing technique that is making an impact on the biomass-recycling sector of the industry.

At Its Core

As Dominique Lueckenhoff, senior vice president for corporate affairs and sustainability at Hugo Neu explained, biochar is the epitome of the three Rs of the recycling industry: reduce, reuse and recycle.

“Biochar is a carbon-negative, beneficial re-use product resulting from eliminating many food, agricultural, forestry and landscaping biomass waste streams,” Lueckenhoff said. “This includes manure, food waste, wood debris and green waste, as well as biosolids, construction and demolition materials, containing wood waste, which are becoming more costly to dispose of due to challenges in the recycling and landfill waste management markets.”

Here’s how it works: Using the process of pyrolysis, biochar is manufactured by heating the biomass feedstock in an oxygen deprived environment. “Syngas, a flammable combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and methane and excess heat are byproducts of the pyrolysis process. Once the reaction is started, it is largely self-sustaining, requiring no additional input of energy,” Lueckenhoff said.

Within the reuse and recycle aspect of biochar, two viable products result from its creation – namely renewable energy and biochars. “Biochars can be used for many purposes including healthy soil amendments as compost, high performance natural fertilizer and treatment to improve water capture and storage capacity, besides removal of water quality pollutants ranging from nutrients to toxics and heavy metals in urban stormwater runoff,” Lueckenhoff said. It is also being added to building materials for greater carbon reduction and capture, while increasing the sustainable lifecycles of these materials, besides use as animal feed supplements that increase the health and viability of animals.

Beyond soil applications, biochars have also been used in environmental remediation for purposes such as sewage and water treatment and oilfield and land remediation. They have also been a non-soil carbon product in building products, animal feed and other applications.

“Companies seem to be coming to the understanding that materials that were once considered waste can now be a resource converted to secondary products,” said Thomas Trabold, associate professor and sustainability department head at Rochester Institute of Technology’s (RIT) Golisano Institute for Sustainability. RIT received $50,000 in a New York state funding commitment in 2017 to acquire food waste conversion equipment that is assisting companies seeking to effectively reduce, eliminate, and/or “upcycle” food processing and retail wastes – all part of the organization’s biochar research efforts.

In addition, Trabold and Steven Barber recently performed a research and development assessment in conjunction with the Staples Sustainable Innovation Laboratory (SSIL) to determine the potential of pyrolyzed waste paper as a cost-effective, environmentally friendly and sustainable black pigment for use in common consumer and commercial printing applications. According to the resulting study, “Waste Paper Derived Biochar for Sustainable Printing Products,” the primary focus of the project was the creation and testing of biochar to replace the heavy fuel oil derived “carbon black” (CB) pigment ubiquitously used in inks since the late 1800s.

As the report indicates, “reducing the use of CB would lessen the demand for fossil fuels, decrease printing’s environmental impact and potentially save money since biochars are typically created from free or low cost waste feedstocks which would ordinarily be disposed.”

Prior published scientific research and patents demonstrated that biochars could be successfully made from box cardboard, paper towels and glossy paper. If paper waste biochars could then be successfully transformed into a sustainable black ink pigment replacement, significant commercial potential exists. Here’s why: The global printing ink market is forecasted to reach $23.8 billion by 2023 and converting biochars into usable ink pigment would provide consumers with a more ‘green’ alternative.

“Companies seem to be coming to the understanding that materials that were once considered waste can now be a resource converted to secondary products,” Trabold said.

Benefits of Biochar Within the Recycling Industry

Wood from building construction and demolition are common municipal solid waste streams and are becoming increasingly difficult to recycle.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, over 569 million tons of construction and demolition debris were generated in the U.S. in 2017, which is more than twice the amount of generated municipal solid waste.

In addition, as Michael McGolden, president & chief executive officer of Ecochar explained, landfill tipping fee costs are rising exponentially in several areas across the U.S., more significantly in heavily populated locales on the West and East coasts.

“Much of the organic waste can be gasified and converted into biochar. And as more states are mandating landfill diversion for organics, converting to biochar not only removes the organics from landfills, but also produces a negative carbon footprint, with a zero-waste result,” McGolden said. “Utilizing biochar to help control odors and promote revegetation are also very beneficial for landfills, besides recycling operations handling food and other waste streams with nuisance odors.

Exploring Opportunities

The opportunities for biochar in the recycling industry fall across several areas. As McGolden explains, some of these include:

•Reduced greenhouse gas emissions versus simple landfilling of organics – creating opportunities to tap into the fast-growing carbon market – with providing new, carbon-negative technologies and beneficial reuse markets, through which the recycling industry can continue to be economically viable.
•Use as alternative daily cover to not only control odors, but increase water retention, eliminating and treating any leachate issues, besides expediting vegetation growth, improving soil, water and air quality, in addition to greater aesthetics appeal.

“Depending on the chars used, it also can be used for remediation of both soils and water – especially in the capture of heavy metals,” McGolden said. “For example, there are also studies showing the ability to capture and then harvest valuable metals with certain biochars.

Biochars also can capture and reuse valuable nutrients – such as phosphates – for food production, while reducing, if not eliminating nutrient pollution to rivers and streams, often creating algal problems and eutrophication or dead zones, destroying aquatic plant and animal life, due to lack of oxygen.

As with all new technologies, there are several challenges in biochar production. For example, most biochar technologies produce biochar from wood; however, changes in the feedstock to other types of organic biomass resulting in changes to composition create processing issues, besides issues regarding quality of the resultant chars.

“However, there are systems that can process a wide variety of feedstocks and can handle many of the waste materials being handled and discarded. Use issues are related to lack of data,” McGolden says. “While there is ample research-related data, there are very few commercial-scale applications – given various biochar markets are still being developed. Biochars are widely promoted and accepted as carbon-negative, pollutant neutral, and safe for use as viable ways to increase soil carbon content and reduce carbon emissions.”

On the Horizon

As more people are being educated about biochar’s value, the use is spreading.

“And as governments review and accept its value, perhaps providing greater incentives for its use as a climate environment friendly economical alternative, acceptance and use will grow and drive continuous improvement,” Lueckenhoff said. “Also, as climate change, environmental issues, and overall waste management receive more attention from the general public; there will be much more focused efforts on solving these problems.”

Some key concerns surrounding biochar are related to landfills and C&D waste – specifically that landfills are sources of per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), which are very harmful pervasive chemicals to human health and the environment. PFAS are in solid waste, landfills and surrounding soil, groundwater, leachates, landfill gas, wastewater effluents, and biosolids.

“Because PFAS are used in a broad range of consumer goods and in industrial products and applications, these chemicals are likely to be in diverse and different waste streams from manufacturing, industrial applications, and end-of-life commercial and consumer products,” Lueckenhoff said. “However, treatment options are limited, as many conventional treatment methods are ineffective.”

Challenges aside, gasification and biochars are emerging as very promising, sustainable solutions, based upon work that Hugo Neu and Ecochar, LLC have been conducting with other research partners and global experts.

“The production of biochar not only produces a valuable product to help the environment, but also helps to eliminate several environmental pollutant waste-related issues,” McGolden said. “This is very consistent with the goals of the recycling industry via beneficial reuse.” Also, biochar is emerging as an important solution in mitigating many historic and emerging environmental issues – particularly in this age of climate disruption, where communities are also challenged with waste sites underwater and the spread of solid waste and toxic pollution.

“As world population continues to increase, so does the need to produce more food, and dispose of more waste,” McGolden said. “The methods and technologies that have succeeded through the years are not viable, given our new challenges. There is a strong need for innovation and adaptation – new cradle to cradle solutions. Biochar is a product that will allow us to take the resources we have and overcome some challenges.”

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