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Pak-China cooperation on nanotechnology to revolutionize production technologies

1 June, 2022
 

Pakistan-China collaboration on nanotechnology to revolutionize production technologies, China Economic Net (CEN) reported on Tuesday quoting Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf, Honorary Chairman of Pak-China biohealth cooperation project, Ex-Chairman of Pakistan Science and Foundation.

“We are working in collaboration with Northwest A&F University, China, to explore the effectiveness of nano-nutrients such as nano-biochar and liquid formulations containing a variety of nano-nutrients to improve the productivity of different potential crops such as wheat, maize, and several summer and winter vegetables”, said Prof. Dr. Ashraf who is also Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lahore.

“In doing so, we hope to meet the challenges of food insecurity, especially under the backdrop of climate change”, he added.

Currently, water shortage and temperature extremities are affecting crop production and quality in Pakistan. During the initial phase of the experimentation under the cooperation project, researchers conducted a trial to maximize plant water use efficiency through various mulching.

Together with the nano-biochar application. “This benefited the crop water use efficiency to a great extent and increased productivity to signify large-scale applications”, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf told CEN.

“Stress-tolerant crops (heat and drought-tolerant cultivars) together with water-saving technologies like mulching, drip irrigation, etc. will help combat the climate challenges”, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf recommends.

According to him, significant progress has been made over the past decade, and numerous stress-tolerant cultivars/genotypes of economically important and edible crops have been identified.

In the next step, the workgroup of the cooperation project will apply organic nanomaterials to various field crops, including wheat, maize, rice, cotton, and sugarcane.

“The experiments of organic nanomaterials application will be performed in the fields of local farmers, which is the ultimate objective of this collaborative research project between Pakistan and China to promote agriculture and revolutionize state-of-the-art production technologies”, informed Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf.

Compared with chemical fertilizers, nano-fertilizers that contain nanoparticles with sizes ranging from 1 to 100 nm have been introduced since the former releases nutrients slowly in the medium and has higher nutrient use efficiency. Nano-fertilizers have also been widely reported as promoters of the growth and yield of crops under stressful environments.

Thus, the primary objective of Pakistan-China nanotech cooperation is to assess the real-time influence of nanomaterials, particularly of organic nature (nano-biochar and nano-nutrients) if they could promote the growth of potential crops.

“These are value-added nanomaterials manufactured from waste biomass and possess an immense potential to improve crop production”, introduced Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf, “very limited studies have been performed to investigate the practical application of such nanomaterials, so they are potentially ideal candidates to provide essential nutrients to plants with minimum disturbance to the environment”.

So far, the efficacy of both nano-biochar and nano-nutrients has been compared with some potential nano-fertilizers, including zinc and iron oxide nanomaterials.

Application of mulch and nano-biochar on growth and yield of cabbage. As a way forward, tests will be conducted on i) the potential of both nano-biochar and nano-nutrients on winter and summer vegetables as well as wheat and maize, ii) comparing the relative effectiveness of different nano-materials on these crops to establish an understanding of the effectiveness of these novel nanomaterials in terms of crop growth improvement and to disseminate this valuable information to the local and international community as well as researchers.

“Another key aspect of this joint research collaboration is to promote Bio-health agriculture in China and Pakistan, which focuses on natural ways of improving pre-existing agricultural systems without using synthetic inputs,” Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf said. It is also a sustainable way to conserve soil water contents and organic matter for sustainable use of agricultural inputs.

The Pak-China Biohealth Agriculture Demonstration Park was inaugurated last year. The concept of “Biohealth Agriculture” (BHA) was put forward by Professor Zhang Lixin of Northwest A&F University in 2017 at the first International Symposium on the Belt and Road Bio-health.

It refers to a modern way of agricultural production that employs advanced biotechnology and processes and can be applied to crop cultivation, livestock farming, rural tourism, farm produce, etc.

“On the one hand, both students, the local community, and farmers will be acquainted with novel ways to improve crop production while simultaneously reducing synthetic chemical fertilizer inputs, which are injurious to the health of all organisms including humans and animals.

On the other, biohealth agriculture model generated through our research can be safely and effectively employed by other countries”, Prof Ashraf concluded.



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Biochar Impregnated Nanomaterials for Environmental Cleanup | SpringerLink

1 June, 2022
 

Biochar-based nanomaterials have shown unbelievable prospective in managing various environmental contaminations and display immense enhancement in functional groups, surface active sites, pore size properties, catalytic degradation properties, etc. Their applications gaining increase interest due to the simplicity of preparation methods and their enhanced physicochemical properties. Therefore, the development of such nanomaterials has targeted in various research objectives including water/wastewater treatment, soil remediation, agriculture, and pollution. Sorption, catalysis, redox reaction and other structural and functional properties of biochar showed the alteration or removal of contaminations from the environment and are considered as incredible efficient ways in handling various challenging environmental issues. Considering the quick expansion of biochar-based nanomaterials. This chapter will serve the helpful information to summarize the various applications of this magical material in environmental cleanup, along with wastewater treatment, soil remediation, and agriculture advancement. In addition, synthesizing such efficient nanoparticles will provide a novel approach against various environmental concern and promise vast applications of nanotechnology.

Correspondence to Shivom Singh .

© 2022 The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-00812-2_15

Published: 01 June 2022

Publisher Name: Springer, Cham

Print ISBN: 978-3-031-00811-5

Online ISBN: 978-3-031-00812-2

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Pak-China coop on nanotech to improve production technologies – The Nation

1 June, 2022
 

ISLAMABAD   –    Pakistan-China collaboration on nanotechnology to revolutionise production technologies, China Economic Net (CEN) reported on Tuesday quoting Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf, Honorary Chairman of Pak-China Bio-health Cooperation Project, ex-chairman of Pakistan Science and Foundation.

“We are working in collaboration with Northwest A&F University, China, to explore the effectiveness of nano-nutrients such as nano-biochar and liquid formulations containing a variety of nano-nutrients to improve the productivity of different potential crops such as wheat, maize, and several summer and winter vegetables,” said Prof Dr Ashraf who is also Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lahore.

“In doing so, we hope to meet the challenges of food insecurity, especially under the backdrop of climate change,” he added.

Currently, water shortage and temperature extremities are affecting crop production and quality in Pakistan. During the initial phase of the experimentation under the cooperation project, researchers conducted a trial to maximise plant water use efficiency through various mulching.

Together with the nano-biochar application, “This benefited the crop water use efficiency to a great extent and increased productivity to signify large-scale applications,” Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf told CEN.

“Stress-tolerant crops (heat and drought-tolerant cultivars) together with water-saving technologies like mulching, drip irrigation, etc will help combat the climate challenges,” Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf recommends.

According to him, significant progress has been made over the past decade, and numerous stress-tolerant cultivars/genotypes of economically important and edible crops have been identified. In the next step, the workgroup of the cooperation project will apply organic nano-materials to various field crops, including wheat, maize, rice, cotton, and sugarcane.

“The experiments of organic nano-materials application will be performed in the fields of local farmers, which is the ultimate objective of this collaborative research project between Pakistan and China to promote agriculture and revolutionise state-of-the-art production technologies,” said Prof Dr Muhammad Ashraf.

The primary objective of Pakistan-China nanotech cooperation is to assess the real-time influence of nano-materials, particularly of organic nature (nano-biochar and nano-nutrients) if they could promote the growth of potential crops.

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Substrates Formulated with Biochar for Seedling Production of Moringa oleifera Lam.

1 June, 2022
 

Moringa oleifera is an allogamous plant that is propagated by seeds and cuttings, rich in vitamin A and C, phosphorus, calcium and proteins. However, its best propagation form for the large-scale production is still unknown, as well the most suitable substrate for seedling production. Production of forest species seedlings with a high quality is directly related to physical and chemical substrates properties. Using biochar as substrate for seedlings production is an economical and sustainable solution for this proposal. The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of three biochar types, in two concentrations, for production of Moringa oleifera seedlings. Three types of substrates were formulated using residues of dry coconut shells, sewage sludge and orange bagasse. The experiment was carried out in a greenhouse, installed in a completely randomized design, consisting of seven treatments (substrates formulated with biochar in two doses, 1 and 2%) and the control, with four replicates, totalizing 28 seedlings. One month after sowing, the seedlings were evaluated biweekly for 60 days in relation to stem base diameter, shoot heigh, leaves number, shoot dry matter, root dry matter, total seedling dry matter and Dickson Quality Index. The substrate formulated using sewage sludge biochar at 2% provided a greater increasing in shoot dry matter. This concentration improved seedling height and stem base diameter in 10.5 and 0.83 mm, respectively, compared to the control. In general, biochar improved physical and chemical soil quality, promoting a better M. oleifera seedlings development.

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Effect of biochar on desert soil wind erosion using SWEEP model and Vis-NIR spectroscopy …

1 June, 2022
 

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Wind erosion is an important factor causing land degradation in a desert ecosystem. Although biochar has great potential to improve the quality and erosion resistance of soil, it is uncertain whether biochar can reduce wind erosion in desert soil. Soil samples from the 75 test plots were taken, with the application of five biochar dosages (wt%: 0, 0.5%, 1%, 2%, and 4%) and three grain sizes (0–0.25, 0.25–1, and 1–2 mm). PM 10 , suspension loss (SL), slat/creep loss (SCL) and total soil loss (TSL) were simulated by the SWEEP model. Potential of Vis-NIR spectroscopy in predicting the soil physical stability index (St), soil erodible fraction (EF), and soil aggregate geometric mean diameter (GMD) were evaluated using partial least squares regression (PLSR). With the increase of biochar dosage and/or decrease of biochar particle size, St and GMD increased. In contrast, EF, STL, and SCL decreased, indicating that both biochar particle size and biochar dosage were key parameters affecting soil wind erosion. In addition, soil specific surface area, soil organic matter content, soil cation exchange capacity, soil granular composition, and soil C/N ratio were significantly correlated with soil wind erosion. Simulated soil wind erosion indices using Vis-NIR spectroscopy in conjunction with PLSR matched well with observations (R 2 = 0.60–0.75, RPD = 1.62–2.04, RPIQ = 2.07–3.20). The pretreatment method of soil spectra also had an obvious impact on the simulations. Therefore, the combination with biochar dosage (4%) and biochar particle size ( 0–0.25 mm) was recommended to improve the wind erosion resistance of desert soil. Vis-NIR spectroscopy technique coupled with PLSR is a feasible avenue to evaluate and map soil wind erosion on a large scale.

Keywords: soil erodibility, single-event wind erosion program, partial least squares regression

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2 June, 2022
 

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Carbonfuture

2 June, 2022
 

When we talk about climate science, much of today's public discussion is focused on lowering carbon emissions, i.e. reducing the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) that is produced globally each year. Because greenhouse gases like CO2, nitrous oxide, and methane absorb thermal energy, as levels of these atmospheric greenhouse gases rise, so, unfortunately, does the global temperature. In fact, 66% of that rise in temperature can be attributed to carbon dioxide alone.

To avert the extreme consequences of global warming, climate stakeholders must work to not only limit carbon dioxide emissions, but also to extract some of the existing CO2 from the air. When it comes to carbon removal, biochar projects are emerging at a rapid pace all over the world. The methodology could hold the key to removing large amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere while also offering a variety of other benefits: it reduces nitrous oxide emissions in soil, improves soil health, and is a vector for clean energy production. So let’s talk about this promising charcoal-like substance!

Biochar is black, porous and looks similar to charcoal but its properties and uses are far different: by definition biochar is obtained from a pyrolysis process and is used for environmental purposes such as soil amendment or remediation.

What are its properties?

Biochar is the solid product of pyrolysis of biomass. Pyrolysis happens when a biological material is brought to high temperatures (500-700°C) without oxygen. Unlike in a ‘standard‘ burning process, i.e. combustion, a portion of the carbon of the parent material remains as biochar after pyrolysis instead of being emitted as CO. Biochar can have very different properties depending on the feedstock material and the processing conditions used to make it. Biochar made from hardwoods for instance tends to have a higher carbon content, higher surface area and is more resistant to degradation in soil whereas biochar made from chicken manure will have higher proportions of phosphorus and ash.

The production of biochar can be very low-tech, such as KonTiki kilns, or rather high-tech with more advanced systems that when producing biochar, also take advantage of the heat generated in the process and use it for instance to dry the feedstock or generate electricity.

The international scientific community identified biochar as a promising net negative emissions technology (NET) for the first time in the 2018 IPCC report. In recent years, Biochar has become more well known because of its climate change mitigation potential: since about half of the carbon in the original material remains when it is turned into biochar and resists degradation for centuries or even millennia, putting biochar into soil means locking carbon away and removing COfrom the atmosphere long term. Today, biochar is one of the only shovel-ready and scalable NETs available and it is estimated that biochar can contribute to removing between a 0.5 to 2 gigatonnes of CO2 per year globally (Fuss et al., 2018).

Even though all this might make biochar sound like a new technological approach, biochar has actually been around for millenia. The term itself however, was first coined in 2005. Biochar is a naturally occurring material, an intrinsic component of soil organic matter created in forest fires and exists in natural ecosystems as Pyrogenic Carbon (PyC). It has been used for millennia as part of ancestral practices. The discovery of fertile black soils in the Amazon forest (terra preta) is what spurred the research into biochar and its soil improving properties. In fact, in terra preta soils, biochar has been found to make up as much as 30% of organic matter. Adding biochar to agricultural soil can improve soil water retention, nutrient retention and uptake, boost microbial life and hence improve yields.

Given its porosity, molecular strength and adsorption properties, biochar has many different uses and applications.

In agriculture:

For soil remediation: its adsorption properties can be used to immobilize certain contaminants such as heavy metals

Biochar actually has over 50 possible uses! With all of these benefits and uses, biochar has the potential to reduce carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide emissions at scale, with many co-benefits depending on its end use.

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(PDF) Impact of compost, vermicompost and biochar on soil fertility, maize yield … – Academia.edu

2 June, 2022
 

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Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Wakefield BioChar Premium Compost

2 June, 2022
 

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Benefits of Beneficial Reuse | Wakefield BioChar

2 June, 2022
 

An overwhelming challenge is at the world’s doorstep. How do we maintain our natural resources and, at the same time, provide the food, clothing and shelter we need to thrive in our societies? With over 7 billion people to care for there is no simple path to growth and prosperity that doesn’t also walk us all towards a complete failure in our infrastructure unless we are able to implement a circular economy strategy in all major industrial operations.

The Beneficial Reuse Division of Wakefield BioChar is dedicated to realizing the benefits of biomass waste management from industrial operations particularly with agriculture. The management of the carbon-rich and nutrient dense wood waste so that it is a useful amendment to farmland across the country will improve our ability to grow food in soil that is safe from chemicals and safe from our environment.

There are different types of biomass waste that can be considered for the beneficial reuse and recycling.

INDUSTRIAL WASTE

The wood fiber, wood ash and lime mud byproducts of the paper mill industry can create considerable concerns in the operations of the mill. Primarily, this material must be removed from the primary operations of the mill so that manufacturing can continue uninterrupted. The space required in an environmental landfill is considerable and the monitoring of the material for potential environmental contamination is expensive. Among other issues, the organic material left to decompose in the landfill releases CO2 and other greenhouse gases (GHG’s) is no longer acceptable business practices. These same biomass waste materials are, potentially, excellent inputs for farming, turf management and landscaping.

MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER – BIOSOLIDS

The current process of managing biosolids and then land applying the treated material has been put under scrutiny and, in many cases, land application has been legislated against. The occurrence of PFAS in biosolids has created environmental concerns that many states are prohibited how the material is disposed back into the environment. In 2022, Maine House and Senate passed a bill (LD 1911) that would ban the use of biosolids that contain PFAS in land applications.

Wakefield BioChar has been working closely with large urban wastewater treatment facilities to develop a solution to biosolid disposal by removing all concerns of PFAS.

It may not seem intuitive to think that the demand for paper products has increased. We tend to use a digital interface for so much of our lives we are not recognizing the use of corrugated paper, paper as a replacement for some plastics has increased and replaced our use of printed books, magazines and newspapers. The output of pulp and paper mill sludge has not diminished and the environmental impact of that waste material is still a growing problem.

The cost for disposing of pulp and paper mill sludge is tremendous to paper mills. And, unfortunately, the tradition disposal method is more likely an environmental landfill allowing for decomposing biomass to negatively impact our environment with GHG’s. By partnering with Wakefield BioChar, these paper mills recognize a full circular economy that recycles the waste material into premium soil amendments for large agricultural and the backyard gardener. Wakefield BioChar is uniquely positioned to process and distribute its carbon-rich soil products across the country. Now the consumer, the backyard gardener, can participate in the circular economy by putting Wakefield biochar and compost products in the garden, the lawn and flower beds.

With Wakefield BioChar and its Beneficial Reuse Division we can now make a positive change to large industrial operations and allow each us of in our own home a chance to contribute to a better world.

The beneficial reuse solutions from Wakefield BioChar can be scaled to meet the unique requirements of paper mills across the country. With industrial expertise in operations, permitting and the established outlets for recycled biomass in agriculture, filtration and remediation, the Wakefield team can rapidly integrate into biomass waste management operations of any large mill.

Learn more about partnership benefits with Wakefield BioChar and contact our staff with any questions.


Biochar Market Size, Scope and Forecast – The Greater Binghamton Business Journal

2 June, 2022
 

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Biochar Market Size | Share | Trend | Revenue Report by 2030 – Emergen Research

2 June, 2022
 

Increasing demand for biochar in the agricultural sector is a key factor driving revenue growth of the biochar market

Market Size – USD 160.9 Million in 2021, Market Growth – at a CAGR of 12.1%, Market Trends – Increasing uses of biochar for air filtering

Vancouver, B.C., June 01, 2022 The global biochar market size was USD 160.9 Million in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, according to the latest analysis by Emergen Research. Biochar is used extensively in agriculture applications and animal feed and poultry farming across emerging countries and this trend is expected to continue to drive market revenue growth. Biochar is applied to improve physical and chemical properties of soil for agriculture purposes. Agricultural growth and crop development are improved and greenhouse gas emissions are low. Biochar is unusual in that it can absorb water beneath the soil surface. Furthermore, biochar benefits crops and plants by reducing nutrient loss from crop root zones and fertilizer requirements while increasing land cultivation owing to the liming effect that biochar has on acidic soils to bring them closer to neutral PH. Governments in developing countries are promoting biochar as a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions like nitrous oxide and methane. Organic waste-based biochar, particularly its importance in increasing biomass output through soil quality and pollution treatment, is expected to drive revenue growth of the biochar market over the forecast period.

Large-scale manufacturing and environmental norms are also expected to boost market revenue growth over the forecast period. Furthermore, biochar’s multiple advantages are driving global revenue growth. The potential to improve soil fertility and plant development and crop yield is also expected to drive revenue growth of the biochar market. However, a major factor expected to restrain biochar market growth are high cost of pyrolysis equipment, lack of awareness about the product’s economic benefits, and no appropriate technology for low emission char synthesis.

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Characterizing Biochar Ashes after Combustion – Azom.com

2 June, 2022
 

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A paper recently published in the journal ACS Engineering Au demonstrated the characterization of ashes produced from the co-firing of mallee bark/biochar and coal. 

Study: Characterization of Ashes from Co-Firing Biochar with Coal under Pulverized-Fuel Conditions. Image Credit: Sydney Schaaf/Shutterstock.com

Biomass can be used as a sustainable feedstock for power generation to ensure energy security. Direct biomass combustion is one of the established technologies for power generation. Nutrient-rich ashes obtained from the combustion of biomass must be recycled into the soil to promote the sustainable development of the biomass-based industry.

Biomass and coal are often co-fired under pulverized-fuel conditions to generate power. However, recycling the ash generated by this biomass energy technology can increase the risk of toxic elements leaching into the soil as coal ash contains several toxic trace elements. Thus, characterizing the ash produced from co-firing biomass with coal is necessary to identify the optimized ash management strategies.

The use of biomass as a co-firing feedstock is extremely challenging due to its high moisture content, bulky nature, mismatched properties with coal, and poor grindability. These issues can be addressed by co-firing biochar with coal in traditional pulverized-fuel boilers. The pre-treatment of biomass using distributed fast pyrolysis at low temperatures produces biochar and bio-oil.

The bio-oil can be converted into high-value green chemicals/liquid transport fuels, while the biochar with high energy density and excellent grindability can be co-fired with coal for electricity generation. Biochar contains higher contents of ash, carbon, and inorganic ash-forming elements and less volatile matter compared to biomass. Thus, biochar can produce ashes with different properties when co-fired with coal.

Although ashes obtained from the combustion of coal and biomass were investigated in previous studies, the ashes produced from co-firing coal with biochar have not been characterized until now.

Conceptual diagram of the proposed biochar-based co-firing technology. Image Credit: Wu, H et al., ACS Engineering Au

In this study, researchers characterized ashes produced from co-firing coal with biochar in terms of leaching characteristics, thermal behavior, mineralogy, chemical composition, particle size distribution (PSD), and morphology to evaluate the potential of this biochar-based co-firing technology for different applications.

Three fuel samples, a Collie coal, a mallee bark, and biochar produced from the fast pyrolysis of the mallee bark, were utilized to prepare the fuel blends for the co-firing experiments.

The bark was separated from Eucalyptus polybractea/mallee tree, dried in an oven at 40 oC, size-reduced using a cutting mill, and sieved into 75−90 μm size fractions. Subsequently, the bark was subjected to fast pyrolysis using fast pyrolysis reactor at 500 oC to produce the biochar.

The Collie coal was crushed and dried at 105 oC overnight and sieved to a 75−90 μm size fraction. Subsequently, the biochar or the bark was thoroughly mixed with the coal at 40, 20, and 5% concentrations based on the lower heating value (LHV) to synthesize blended fuels for combustion experiments.

A drop-tube furnace (DTF) system was used to perform the combustion experiments. The furnace temperature was maintained at 1400 oC, and the heating rate of feedstock particles was 10,000 °C/s. The feedstock particles were fed into the system at a 0.05 g/min feeding rate, and their residence time in the DTF isothermal zone was 1.7 s.

SEM images of the ashes produced from the combustion of bark (a,b), biochar (e,f), coal (i,j), bark/coal = 40/60 (m,n), and biochar/coal = 40/60 (q,r), along with their EDS spectra (c,d,g,h,k,l,o,p,s,t). It is noted that the EDS analyses are only qualitative because the ash particles were not polished. Image Credit: Wu, H et al., ACS Engineering Au

After complete combustion of feedstock particles, two streams of helium were used to quench the flue gas in a water-cooled sampling probe. The flue gas was then diluted with 3.4 L/min of air and transferred into a Dekati cyclone, where particles with more than 10 μm aerodynamic diameter were collected for further characterization.

Proximate analysis of the coal, biochar, and bark was performed under American Society Standard Test Method (ASTM) E870-82. An elemental analyzer was used to determine nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon, and sulfur contents, while chlorine was quantified using an improved Eschka method.

Dionex ICS-3000 ion chromatography was utilized to quantify the alkali and alkaline-earth metallic (AAEM) species in the fuels, while inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP−AES) was employed to quantify titanium, phosphorous, manganese, strontium, iron, silicon, and aluminum in the fuels.

A Zeiss EVO 40XVP scanning electron microscopy instrument equipped with an energy-dispersive X-ray spectrometer (SEM-EDS) and a Bruker-AXS D8 advance type X-ray diffractometer (XRD) was used for the characterization of ashes. Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) was performed to investigate the thermal behavior of the ashes.

Researchers systematically characterized the ashes generated by the co-combustion of coal and biochar/bark. The biochar properties were closely matched with the properties of coal in terms of fixed carbon, volatility, and LHVs compared to bark. The high bio-oil yield was obtained during the pyrolysis, which improved the overall economic viability of the process.

The dry biochar yield after pyrolysis was 24.3 wt % of the original bark. However, almost 89% of potassium and 100% of the calcium, magnesium, and sodium in the bark were retained in the biochar after the pyrolysis process. Thus, the concentration of these elements was significantly higher in biochar compared to biomass.

Only 28% chlorine was retained in biochar as the majority of chlorine was released in the form of chloromethane and/or hydrochloric acid during pyrolysis, which showed another advantage of biochar as a co-firing fuel as chlorine-related problems were largely mitigated.

The morphology of biochar and bark ash particles was of irregular shape, while the coal ash particles were round. All ash particles followed a unimodal distribution, with 5−12 μm area-equivalent mode diameter, except the ash particles of bark that showed two bigger peaks at 95 μm and 65 μm.

Quantity of water-leachable nutrient elements in the ashes produced from the combustion of the bark, the biochar, the coal, and their mixtures. S/L = Solid/liquid ratio during water leaching. Image Credit: Wu, H et al., ACS Engineering Au

AAEM species such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium were the major inorganic materials present in the biochar and bark ashes. These inorganic elements contributed 92−94 wt % of overall inorganic species in biochar/bark. In coal ash, silicon, aluminum, and iron accounted for 84 wt % of the overall inorganic materials.

The calcium and magnesium content was higher in the biochar/coal ashes compared to bark/coal ashes under similar co-firing ratios due to the high concentration of these elements in biochar.

Hematite, quartz, and mullite were the major minerals detected in the coal ash, while lime, calcite, magnesite, and portlandite were the dominant minerals in the biochar and bark ash. Unburned carbon content was negligible in these ashes. 69% of calcium, 56% of magnesium, 41% of potassium, and 56% of sodium in the ashes can be recycled through water leaching.

A large number of trace elements, such as arsenic, zinc, selenium, lead, nickel, manganese, mercury, cadmium, and copper, were not detected in the leachates from water washing. However, the chromium amount detected in the ash of 40%biochar/coal exceeded inert threshold values.

Taken together, the findings of this study demonstrated that nutrient-rich ashes obtained from the co-firing of bark/biochar-coal can be effectively and safely recycled into the soil, except for the ashes produced from 40%biochar/coal mixtures due to the presence of high levels of chromium.

Wu, H., Gao, X., Chen, X. et al. Characterization of Ashes from Co-Firing Biochar with Coal under Pulverized-Fuel Conditions. ACS Engineering Au 2022. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsengineeringau.2c00012

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Singapore company, Nueva Ecija partners in biochar production | The Manila Times

2 June, 2022
 

LOCAL officials are planning to introduce biochar (biological charcoal) in Nueva Ecija that will be used as a soil enhancer and will reduce usage of fertilizer and irrigation requirements over a period of time.

Biochar, the officials said, also helps protect the environment against global warming and climate change as this alternative fertilizer breaks the carbon cycle.

It will be called “NuevaChar” upon production.

As part of raising awareness among farmers in general on good agricultural practices, a part of the biochar output will be given free to local planters.

According to an online report, “biochar is the solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment.”

The solid material is a lightweight black residue, made up of carbon and ash.

Recently reelected Nueva Ecija Gov. Aurelio Umali has expressed interest in biochar and forged a partnership with the Singaporean renewable energy and carbon projects developer Alcom Pte Ltd. led by Prateek Tiwari, its founder and managing director.

Under a joint venture agreement between Alcom Pte Ltd. and Nueva Ecija, the capitol will provide the Singaporean firm an unhusked rice dryer owned by the province as a biochar processor for a fee.

The processing facility will be based in the capital Palayan City, targeting to be fully operational in August this year.

Umali said he expects that the partnership will benefit local farmers as well as their livelihood and the forthcoming generation.

Tiwari, in an interview with Nueva Ecija-based reporters late this week, said biochar can be used as a soil enhancer, resulting in greater productivity.

Nueva Ecija, the country's rice bowl and the biggest rice producer in Central Luzon, offers the Singaporean company a practically unlimited supply of agricultural wastes such as rice husk and rice straw for the production of biochar.

Lawyer Rodeo “Dodjie” Nuñez Jr., managing director of Alcom Pte Ltd. Philippines, said the partnership covers production and marketing of biochar.

The foreign partner will undertake project certification, verification, registration and management of the business venture.

The provincial government, meanwhile, will approve the Singaporean firm's unsolicited proposal as well as issue local permits and licenses.

Umali and Tiwari said the project will be a “win-win” proposition for all parties involved in it as the farmers will earn additional income through sales of rice husk, among others.

They added that the farmers will also benefit from application of biochar for improving soil quality, resulting in increased yields.

Alcom Pte Ltd. currently operates in Singapore and various countries in Asia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Alcom UK through Siddharth Kaul, Global Lead for Carbon Projects, explained in the same interview the need to secure a biochar certification from an international registry.

It will take two months for the certification process before the biochar processing facility becomes fully operational.

Another online report said addition of carbon-enriched materials to the soil is not a new practice.

Thousands of years ago, the indigenous people (IP) of the Amazon basin used charcoal-like material from cooking and heating as a soil amendment to agricultural soils.

Through the addition of this carbon material, the IP created what are now called the Terra Preta soils of the Amazon.

The Terra Preta soils are deep, dark brown, rich in nutrients and contain significantly large amounts of soil organic matter compared to the surrounding soils.

In addition, these soils have higher water-holding capacity, all of which make the soil highly valuable and productive.

The Terra Preta soils are an excellent case study illustrating the long-term success of using high-carbon materials as soil amendments.

Typical yields are 60 percent bio oil, 20 percent biochar and 20 percent syngas.


Biochar Market Size Expected to reach USD 454.3 Million in 2030 | Agri-Tech Producers, LLC etc.

2 June, 2022
 

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The global biochar market size was USD 160.9 Million in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, according to the latest analysis by Emergen Research. Biochar is used extensively in agriculture applications and animal feed and poultry farming across emerging countries and this trend is expected to continue to drive market revenue growth. Biochar is applied to improve physical and chemical properties of soil for agriculture purposes.

Organic waste-based biochar, particularly its importance in increasing biomass output through soil quality and pollution treatment, is expected to drive revenue growth of the biochar market over the forecast period.

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The market intelligence report is a prototype of the 360° overview of the global Biocharindustry, shedding light on the estimated market value, share, growth trends, gross revenue, competitive overview, prominent manufacturers and buyers, available product types, and end-use applications.

The latest research report is dubbed as the first document encompassing the latest information about the Biochar Market that has been gravely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The global health crisis poses significant threats to the future growth of the Biocharindustry. The report assesses the profound changes in this business setting caused by the outbreak and considers the prominent market aspects that have been severely disrupted by the pandemic.

The report further sheds light on the emerging growth opportunities, challenges, market threats, limitations, and factors likely to restrict the growth of the Biochar Market. The report further discusses in detail the market in international waters and the emerging trends in those regions. It also offers insights into the competitive landscape, market drivers, industrial scenario, and the latest product and technological developments to offer a comprehensive overview of the Biochar Market landscape.

The report thus expounds on the rapidly changing market scenario in this COVID-19 era, which aims to help businesses involved in this sector overcome the pandemic’s gripping effects and formulate new growth strategies to boost the COVID-19 preparedness.

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The latest study provides an insightful analysis of the broad competitive landscape of the global Biochar Market, emphasizing the key market rivals and their company profiles. A wide array of strategic initiatives, such as new business deals, mergers & acquisitions, collaborations, joint ventures, technological upgradation, and recent product launches, undertaken by these companies has been discussed in the report. The report analyzes various elements of the market’s competitive scenario, such as the regulatory standards and policies implemented across the industry over recent years. Our team of experts has leveraged several powerful analytical tools, such as Porter’s Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis, to deliver a comprehensive overview of the global Biochar Market and pinpoint the fundamental growth trends.

Key market participants include Agri-Tech Producers, LLC, Diacarbon Energy Inc., Biochar Products, Inc., Phoenix Energy Group, BIOCHAR INNOVATIONS PTE LTD, Bioforcetech Corp., Airex Énergie Inc., Aries Clean Technologies, Mai Animal Health, and Wakefield Biochar.

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Antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) pollution has been considered as one of the most significant emerging environmental and health challenges in the 21st century, many efforts have been paid to control the proliferation and dissemination of ARGs in the environment. Among them, the biochar performs a positive effect in reducing the abundance of ARGs during different environmental governance processes and has shown great application prospects in controlling the ARGs. Although there are increasing studies on employing biochar to control ARGs, there is still a lack of review paper on this hotspot. In this review, firstly, the applications of biochar to control ARGs in different environmental governance processes were summarized. Secondly, the processes and mechanisms of ARGs removal promoted by biochar were proposed and discussed. Then, the effects of biochar properties on ARGs removal were highlighted. Finally, the future prospects and challenges of using biochar to control ARGs were proposed. It is hoped that this review could provide some new guidance for the further research of this field.

Keywords: Antibiotic resistance genes; Biochar; Challenges; Effect mechanisms; Environmental governance process.

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Global Biochar Market Expected To Hit A Revenue CAGR Of 12.1% Till 2030 – EIN News

2 June, 2022
 

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Market Size – USD 160.9 Million in 2021, Market Growth – at a CAGR of 12.1%, Market Trends – Increasing uses of biochar for air filtering

VANCOUER, BC, CANADA, June 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global biochar market size was USD 160.9 Million in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, according to the latest analysis by Emergen Research. Biochar is used extensively in agriculture applications and animal feed and poultry farming across emerging countries and this trend is expected to continue to drive market revenue growth. Biochar is applied to improve physical and chemical properties of soil for agriculture purposes.

Organic waste-based biochar, particularly its importance in increasing biomass output through soil quality and pollution treatment, is expected to drive revenue growth of the biochar market over the forecast period.

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The market intelligence report is a prototype of the 360° overview of the global Biocharindustry, shedding light on the estimated market value, share, growth trends, gross revenue, competitive overview, prominent manufacturers and buyers, available product types, and end-use applications.

The latest research report is dubbed as the first document encompassing the latest information about the Biochar Market that has been gravely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The global health crisis poses significant threats to the future growth of the Biocharindustry. The report assesses the profound changes in this business setting caused by the outbreak and considers the prominent market aspects that have been severely disrupted by the pandemic.

The report further sheds light on the emerging growth opportunities, challenges, market threats, limitations, and factors likely to restrict the growth of the Biochar Market. The report further discusses in detail the market in international waters and the emerging trends in those regions. It also offers insights into the competitive landscape, market drivers, industrial scenario, and the latest product and technological developments to offer a comprehensive overview of the Biochar Market landscape.

The report thus expounds on the rapidly changing market scenario in this COVID-19 era, which aims to help businesses involved in this sector overcome the pandemic’s gripping effects and formulate new growth strategies to boost the COVID-19 preparedness.

Global Biochar Market Highlights:
Regional demand estimation and forecast
Product Mix Matrix
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Location Quotients Analysis
Carbon Footprint Analysis
Patent Analysis
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The latest study provides an insightful analysis of the broad competitive landscape of the global Biochar Market, emphasizing the key market rivals and their company profiles. A wide array of strategic initiatives, such as new business deals, mergers & acquisitions, collaborations, joint ventures, technological upgradation, and recent product launches, undertaken by these companies has been discussed in the report. The report analyzes various elements of the market’s competitive scenario, such as the regulatory standards and policies implemented across the industry over recent years. Our team of experts has leveraged several powerful analytical tools, such as Porter’s Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis, to deliver a comprehensive overview of the global Biochar Market and pinpoint the fundamental growth trends.

Key market participants include Agri-Tech Producers, LLC, Diacarbon Energy Inc., Biochar Products, Inc., Phoenix Energy Group, BIOCHAR INNOVATIONS PTE LTD, Bioforcetech Corp., Airex Énergie Inc., Aries Clean Technologies, Mai Animal Health, and Wakefield Biochar.

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On 18 June 2021, Wakefield Biochar signed an agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vow ASA to develop an industry-scale bio green system at Wakefield's factory in Valdosta, Georgia, USA. Drying equipment, biochar synthesis using patented Bio green technology, and the conversion of CO2 neutral syngas into electricity for biomass drying are all part of the USD 5.15 million turnkey systems that Vow will deliver and commission in 2022.
During the forecast period, the gasification segment is expected to register a rapid revenue growth rate, as adoption of gasification technology has increased significantly in response to rising requirement for power generation. Gasification technology is gaining popularity in the industry owing to less emissions and pollutants into the atmosphere.
North America market revenue is expected to register a faster growth rate than other regional markets throughout the forecast period owing to increased demand for organic foods. Biochar is increasingly utilized in poultry farms to reduce odors generated by litter and ammonia. It absorbs liquids, gases, and ammonia to eliminate odors. Furthermore, increasing number of small and large-scale manufacturing firms is expected to drive market revenue growth to some extent.

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Energy recovery and waste treatment using the co-pyrolysis of biomass waste and polymer

2 June, 2022
 

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The pyrolysis of spent coffee grounds (SCG) and polymers was examined as a waste treatment option for energy recovery and carbon sequestration. Rice straw-derived biochar was used as control biochar to evaluate the sorption capacity and energy production capability of SCG-derived biochar. SCG are characterised by high levels of volatile matter, rendering them suitable as an energy source. SCG were converted to biochar, bio-oil, and syngas via pyrolysis, with yields of 22%, 33%, and 45%, respectively. The high heating value (HHV) of the biochar and bio-oil was 20.6 and 22.9 MJ kg-1, respectively, indicating that they could be used as supplementary fuels. Co-pyrolysis with polymers (20 v v%-1) increased the HHV of biochar. Accordingly, the maximum production of CH4 and H2 increased from 0.3 and 0.04 mmol g-1 to 3.4-6.3 and 0.8-1.3 mmol g-1, respectively. Polystyrene most strongly enhanced the yields of CH4 and H2, followed by polypropylene and polyethylene; this order was likely to be in accordance with the number of carbon and hydrogen atoms present in the monomers. Similar to rice straw-derived biochar, the biochar produced from SCG demonstrated a high sorption capacity for 2,4-dinitrotoluene and chromate due to its high carbon content and anion exchange capacity, respectively. Laboratory pot tests revealed that the coffee grounds-derived biochar was able to increase the growth of young radish. Our results suggest that the pyrolysis of SCG and polymer may be a promising option for waste treatment, energy production, and carbon sequestration.

Keywords: Spent coffee grounds; bio-oil; biochar; co-pyrolysis; polymer; rice straw; syngas.

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Outlook on the Biochar Industry in North America to 2028 – IQ Stock Market

2 June, 2022
 

Dublin, June 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The North America Biochar Market 2022-2028 report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report shows that North America’s biochar market will develop with a CAGR of 12.19% in revenue terms and 9.43% in volume terms for the forecast duration from 2022 to 2028. The United States and Canada together comprise the biochar market in the North American region.

It is estimated that, in Canada, around 20% of the total average area of a forest burnt every year, could be converted to biochar. This can be done by enlarging the fire corridors, which will help achieve a similar ecological impact, as of an area burnt naturally. But, this would require fixing biomass carbon, instead of releasing it into the atmosphere, either as an immediate release, or a slow one, due to the dead biomass decay. This amounts to biomass worth 222 Mt per year, representing 82% of the total target biomass that can fully offset the current GHG emission levels in the country.

The availability of a huge amount of forestry waste is the main reason driving the biochar market growth in the country. Initiatives taken by various organizations, like Alberta Biochar, Canadian Biochar, Biochar Quebec, and Biochar Ontario, are focused on developing biochar as a tool to mitigate GHG emissions and improve soil fertility, aid waste management, and increase revenue generation. Further, efforts made towards commercializing and marketing biochar are also expected to increase standardization for biochar manufacturing.

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Outlook on the Biochar Industry in North America to 2028 – Yahoo Finance

2 June, 2022
 

Dublin, June 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “North America Biochar Market 2022-2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report shows that North America’s biochar market will develop with a CAGR of 12.19% in revenue terms and 9.43% in volume terms for the forecast duration from 2022 to 2028. The United States and Canada together comprise the biochar market in the North American region.

It is estimated that, in Canada, around 20% of the total average area of a forest burnt every year, could be converted to biochar. This can be done by enlarging the fire corridors, which will help achieve a similar ecological impact, as of an area burnt naturally. But, this would require fixing biomass carbon, instead of releasing it into the atmosphere, either as an immediate release, or a slow one, due to the dead biomass decay. This amounts to biomass worth 222 Mt per year, representing 82% of the total target biomass that can fully offset the current GHG emission levels in the country.

The availability of a huge amount of forestry waste is the main reason driving the biochar market growth in the country. Initiatives taken by various organizations, like Alberta Biochar, Canadian Biochar, Biochar Quebec, and Biochar Ontario, are focused on developing biochar as a tool to mitigate GHG emissions and improve soil fertility, aid waste management, and increase revenue generation. Further, efforts made towards commercializing and marketing biochar are also expected to increase standardization for biochar manufacturing.

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Anulekh Agrotech Pvt Ltd, Novo Carbo, Carbons Finland Oy, Farm2energy, Air Terra, Pacific Biochar, Carbofex, and Bioenergy Earth Systems are some of the prominent names operating in the biochar market.

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2.1. Impact of Covid-19 on Biochar Market
2.2. Key Insights
2.2.1. Pyrolysis is the Most Common Technique for Biochar Production
2.2.2. Agriculture Dominates the Application Segment
2.2.3. Growing Need to Avoid Biochar Loss During Application and Transportation
2.3. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
2.3.1. Threat of New Entrants
2.3.2. Threat of Substitutes
2.3.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers
2.3.4. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
2.3.5. Threat of Competitive Rivalry
2.4. Key Impact Analysis
2.5. Market Attractiveness Index
2.6. Vendor Scorecard
2.7. Industry Components
2.8. Regulatory Framework
2.9. Key Market Strategies
2.9.1. Product Launches & Developments
2.9.2. Partnerships & Agreements
2.10. Market Drivers
2.10.1. Favorable Initiatives
2.10.2. Availability of Cheap Feedstock
2.10.3. Ability of Biochar to Sequester Carbon
2.10.4. Reliable and Constant Energy Flow
2.11. Market Challenges
2.11.1. High Cost
2.11.2. Lack of Demonstration Projects
2.11.3. Contamination of Biochar and Its Feedstock
2.12. Market Opportunities
2.12.1. Opportunities for Biochar Market in the Future
2.12.2. Growth in the Organic Farming Industry

3. North America Biochar Market – by Technology (Value in $ Million)
3.1. Slow Pyrolysis
3.2. Fast Pyrolysis
3.3. Gasification
3.4. Intermediate Pyrolysis
3.5. Hydrothermal Carbonization
3.6. Microwave Pyrolysis

4. North America Biochar Market – by Feedstock (Value in $ Million)
4.1. Forestry Waste
4.2. Agriculture Waste
4.3. Biomass Plantation
4.4. Residential Waste
4.5. Animal Manure

5. North America Biochar Market – by Application (Value in $ Million)
5.1. Agriculture and Livestock
5.2. Air, Soil, and Water Treatment
5.3. Horticulture
5.4. Industries

6. North America Biochar Market – Regional Outlook (Value in $ Million & Volume in Kiloton)
6.1. United States
6.2. Canada

7. Competitive Landscape
7.1. Air Terra
7.2. Airex Energy
7.3. Anulekh Agrotech Pvt Ltd
7.4. Arsta Eco
7.5. Biochar Industries
7.6. Bioenergy Earth Systems
7.7. Carbofex
7.8. Carbon Gold
7.9. Carbons Finland Oy
7.10. Farm2Energy
7.11. Novo Carbo
7.12. Pacific Biochar
7.13. Pyreg GmbH
7.14. Pyrotech Energy
7.15. Renewable Carbon Resources Australia

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Effective removal of Cd(Ⅱ) by sludge biochar supported nanoscale zero-valent iron from …

2 June, 2022
 

Nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) has a high chemical reactivity for heavy metals, but nZVI forms aggregate easily. In this study, a synthesis of sludge biochar supported nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI@SBC) by liquid-phase reduction method can effectively overcome these problems and shows good potential to remove Cd(II) in an aqueous solution. Scanning electron micrographs showed that attapulgite could effectively prevent nZVI aggregation as a stabilizing carrier,  and only part of the particles showed chain agglomeration. EDS analysis showed that the iron content on the SBC surface increased from 9.76% to 66.91% after loading nZVI. The max-adsorption capacity(149.67 mg/g) of nZVI@SBC for Cd(Ⅱ) can be achieved at 298K and pH=5.0±0.2, and nZVI@SBC has an excellent removal effect on Cd(Ⅱ). The pseudo-second-order kinetic model could more accurately explain removal kinetics. The Freundlich adsorption isotherm model could well fit the adsorption process. Adsorption thermodynamics showed that the adsorption process was a spontaneous endothermic reaction. The presence of Ca(Ⅱ) and Mg(Ⅱ) in the solution strongly inhibited the removal of Cd(Ⅱ), while HA had no significant effect. The removal mechanism of Cd(II) by nZVI@SBC obtained from SEM-EDS, BET, XRD, FTIR, and XPS included electrostatic adsorption, precipitation/co-precipitation, and the formation of complexes.

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Global Biochar Market Expected To Hit A Revenue CAGR Of 12.1% Till 2030

2 June, 2022
 

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Market Size USD 160.9 Million in 2021, Market Growth at a CAGR of 12.1%, Market Trends Increasing uses of biochar for air filtering

VANCOUER, BC, CANADA, June 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global biochar market size was USD 160.9 Million in 2021 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, according to the latest analysis by Emergen Research. Biochar is used extensively in agriculture applications and animal feed and poultry farming across emerging countries and this trend is expected to continue to drive market revenue growth. Biochar is applied to improve physical and chemical properties of soil for agriculture purposes.

Organic waste-based biochar, particularly its importance in increasing biomass output through soil quality and pollution treatment, is expected to drive revenue growth of the biochar market over the forecast period.

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The report further sheds light on the emerging growth opportunities, challenges, market threats, limitations, and factors likely to restrict the growth of the Biochar Market. The report further discusses in detail the market in international waters and the emerging trends in those regions. It also offers insights into the competitive landscape, market drivers, industrial scenario, and the latest product and technological developments to offer a comprehensive overview of the Biochar Market landscape.

The report thus expounds on the rapidly changing market scenario in this COVID-19 era, which aims to help businesses involved in this sector overcome the pandemics gripping effects and formulate new growth strategies to boost the COVID-19 preparedness.

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Product Mix Matrix
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The latest study provides an insightful analysis of the broad competitive landscape of the global Biochar Market, emphasizing the key market rivals and their company profiles. A wide array of strategic initiatives, such as new business deals, mergers & acquisitions, collaborations, joint ventures, technological upgradation, and recent product launches, undertaken by these companies has been discussed in the report. The report analyzes various elements of the markets competitive scenario, such as the regulatory standards and policies implemented across the industry over recent years. Our team of experts has leveraged several powerful analytical tools, such as Porters Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis, to deliver a comprehensive overview of the global Biochar Market and pinpoint the fundamental growth trends.

Key market participants include Agri-Tech Producers, LLC, Diacarbon Energy Inc., Biochar Products, Inc., Phoenix Energy Group, BIOCHAR INNOVATIONS PTE LTD, Bioforcetech Corp., Airex nergie Inc., Aries Clean Technologies, Mai Animal Health, and Wakefield Biochar.

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On 18 June 2021, Wakefield Biochar signed an agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vow ASA to develop an industry-scale bio green system at Wakefield’s factory in Valdosta, Georgia, USA. Drying equipment, biochar synthesis using patented Bio green technology, and the conversion of CO2 neutral syngas into electricity for biomass drying are all part of the USD 5.15 million turnkey systems that Vow will deliver and commission in 2022.
During the forecast period, the gasification segment is expected to register a rapid revenue growth rate, as adoption of gasification technology has increased significantly in response to rising requirement for power generation. Gasification technology is gaining popularity in the industry owing to less emissions and pollutants into the atmosphere.
North America market revenue is expected to register a faster growth rate than other regional markets throughout the forecast period owing to increased demand for organic foods. Biochar is increasingly utilized in poultry farms to reduce odors generated by litter and ammonia. It absorbs liquids, gases, and ammonia to eliminate odors. Furthermore, increasing number of small and large-scale manufacturing firms is expected to drive market revenue growth to some extent.

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Europe
Middle East & Africa
Asia Pacific

Emergen Research has segmented the global Biochar Market in terms of resin type, thickness, and region:

Technological Outlook (Revenue, USD Million; 20192030)
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Livestock
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The adsorption of benzotriazole (BTA) by chemically modified magnetic biochar (MMBC) as a cheap and abundant biosorbent was investigated and optimized using response surface methodology (RSM). Initially, the MMBC composite was synthesized and characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), Raman spectroscopy, and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) techniques. The characterization results confirmed the existence of Fe3O4 in the composite structure, which had uniformly dispersed over biochar (BC) with porous texture. Moreover, the presence of Zn and Cl elements in EDX analysis indicated that the magnetic biochar (MBC) had been modified successfully. The effects of chemical modification methods on the adsorption capacity of magnetic biochar were investigated. Maximum BTA removal efficiency was demonstrated by MMBC, modifying using ZnCl2 (>99%). Optimization was carried out based on reaction time, BTA concentration and the concentration of adsorbent. Optimum experimental conditions for the removal of BTA from aqueous solutions were found to be 35 min of reaction time, 0.55 g/L of adsorbent, and 50 mg/L of initial BTA concentration. At these optimal conditions, the predicted BTA adsorption efficiency was 92.6%. The adsorption process followed the Avrami fractional-order reaction kinetic and the Langmuir adsorption isotherm with the maximum adsorption capacity of 563.1 mg/g. The values of thermodynamic parameters demonstrated that the adsorption of BTA on ZnCl2-MBC is endothermic and spontaneous. Under optimum usage of MMBC, the adsorptive removal efficiency of BTA non-significantly decreased from 99.2 to 93.9% after the 5th cycle. Thus, MMBC can be recommended as an environmentally friendly and cost-effective adsorbent to remove micropollutants from water.

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3 June, 2022
 

Global And United States Blood Testing Market Report & Forecast 2022-2028

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His professional accomplishments are many and all of them important. He has more than 20 years Extension experience in Utah. He developed big box biochar kilns. He has many publications, Oral Presentations, participation in Workshops and conferences, and has published 456 Online Videos many of them related to biochar, forest operations, and best management practices. He conducts research on biochar, water conservation, wildland fire and forest restoration.

He is Fellow of the Society of American Foresters; Member of the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals; Member and Past Chair Elect, Western Coordinating Committee of Extension Foresters, and Member of the National Association of County Agents.

 

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Application of biochar not only improves the soil and crop health, agricultural productivity but also help address the issues of increasing ailment caused by gastroenteritis disease caused by pathogen loaded waste water grown vegetables.

This was stated by speakers at International Seminar On “Biochar Impact on Soil, Crop, Human Health and Society (A Gastroenteritis Context)” at Syndicate Hall, University of Agriculture Faisalabad .

UAF Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan said that as per international standards, heavy metals permissible limit is 10 parts per billion (ppb). But levels of heavy metals and pathogens in the water resources of the country are alarmingly high. He was of the view that biomaterials science, especially applications of biochar, and low cost organic amendments etc are essential to provide solutions for environmental issues and to lower down the heavy metals impact from the crops.

Dean Faculty of Agriculture Prof Dr Aman Ullah Malik said for sustainable Agriculture, Biochar could be used to help combat global warming by sequestering carbon in soil. He said that this international Seminar provided a unique opportunity for the scientists, practitioners, and all other stake holders to work together for the cause of food security and health issues and to learn from experiences of UK based partners of GASTROPAK project.

Dean, faculty of Animal Husbandry prof. Dr Qamar Bilal said that country needed a serious intervention to combat environmental, soil and water degradation with proper remediation. He stressed upon the need of joint efforts in order to address the gastroenteritis issues through the contamination caused by the animals waste on the part of experts, policy makers, scientists and all policy makers.

Chairman department of Agronomy Prof Dr Abdul Khaliq said that the management of soil variability will ensure the sustainable agriculture production. He stressed upon the need to save the soil and water wisely as the situation was deteriorating especially in poor peri urban areas. He was of the view that they were taking all possible measures for the clean and sustainable agricultural development.

Dr Fahd Rasul enlightened the audienceof hybrid mode seminar for usage of biochar system that converted agricultural waste into a soil enhancer which would help to hold carbon, and increase the productivity by overcoming the soil and water management issues. He emphasized that biochar could be an important tool to ensue food security and cropland diversity in areas with severely depleted soils, scarce organic resources, and inadequate water. He offered the production training of biochar free of cost for farmers and agricultural researchers.

Dr Chris Quince and Richard Doyle from Earlham Institute talked about the overview of the project titled quantifying the transmission routes of Gastroenteritis in Pakistan and developing targeted interventions. Dr Ruben Sakrabani of Cranfield University shared his experiences of soil health management. Dr Lyla talked about the social aspects of the GastroPak and community awareness. Dr Noel McCarthy,a prof. of epidemiology from trinity college Dublin explained tracking of pathogens in soil and water, Dr Elizabeth wellington briefed the genetic analysis of pathogens and methodological approaches for diagnostics. Dr Hassan Munir Agronomist, Dr Ghulam Mustafa, biotechnologist , Dr Aziz ur Rahman, Animal nutritionist also spoke on the occasion.



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Biochar and Compost for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation | Article | EESI

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The climate crisis and years of unsustainable farming in the United States have resulted in soil erosion, pollinator loss, farmworkers and livestock exposed to extreme heat, and other harmful impacts. In 2019, 10 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions came from agriculture. At the same time, farmers and the land they work are vulnerable to climate impacts such as drought and extreme weather.

Sustainable soil amendments such as biochar and compost are among the many agricultural practices that can help farmers mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis. This is the final article in EESI’s five-part series on sustainable agricultural practices including cover crops, agroforestry, no-till farming, sustainable livestock grazing, and soil amendments.

Soil amendments are products added to soil that enhance desired characteristics such as nutrient content, texture, and fertility. There are a wide variety of soil amendments available, but only some provide climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits, namely biochar and compost.

Soil amendments like biochar and compost transform agricultural waste materials into products that return carbon to the soil. When agricultural waste is used to make biochar, the carbon in those materials is locked in, thus preventing it from being released into the atmosphere. Biochar can be applied to the soil on its own or added to compost for additional benefits. According to Nature4Climate, converting agricultural residues to biochar globally could prevent the release of 331 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, the same amount of emissions produced by more than 88 coal-fired power plants in one year. However, additional research is needed to better understand the emissions reduction benefits of biocar and ensure that biochar dust does not post hazards to human health.

Compost also offers climate change mitigation benefits. When organic waste is sent to a landfill, it produces greenhouse gas emissions like methane, which is 80 times more powerful than carbon dioxide in the near-term. It is estimated that the annual greenhouse gas emissions of food waste in the United States is equal to 42 coal-fired power plants. Diverting food and other organic waste from the landfill by turning it into compost can significantly reduce these emissions, especially methane. Additionally, applying compost as a soil amendment improves soil health and strengthens its microbiome, which increases the soil’s ability to store carbon.

Biochar and compost can help build resilience to climate change on farms and ranches across the country. They improve the water-holding capacity and filtration of soil so that it can better withstand drought, heat waves, and heavy rains, all of which are becoming more severe and frequent due to climate change. Additionally, biochar and compost improve overall soil health and biodiversity, resulting in healthier crops that are more resistant to disease and pests.

Soil amendments can also protect ecosystems from pollutants. For instance, compost can improve downstream water quality by retaining pollutants like heavy metals and nitrogen, reducing erosion, and minimizing the need for synthetic fertilizer. Both compost and biochar have been used to remediate contaminated soil, which further strengthens overall ecosystem health.

By increasing the organic matter in soil, biochar and compost can increase crop and forage yields, which is often a driving reason for adding them to agricultural systems. Organic soil amendments also reduce the need for synthetic fertilizers, which can save producers money and further reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Oregon and many other parts of the western United States are prone to severe wildfires. Thinning forests and vegetated areas can help reduce this risk by limiting the availability of “fuel,” but the process results in wood waste that cannot be used for traditional commercial purposes. Additionally, many small farms have difficulties with disposing animal waste. To address these issues together, in 2015, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) awarded a Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) to the South Umpqua Rural Community Partnership in Oregon to transform waste products like animal manure and woody debris into biochar.

The CIG project aimed to help farmers and forest landowners reuse their waste by turning it into biochar directly on their property using small-scale kilns, thus avoiding the financial strain of transporting the materials offsite. Landowners participating in the project designed kilns sized for the needs of their properties, and welding students from the local Umpqua Community College helped craft them.

After two and a half years, participants in the study were able to economically produce biochar and either use it onsite as a soil amendment or sell it. Many of the participants also cited a reduction in odors from animal waste. While the process requires slightly more work compared to burning or disposing of the waste, one participant said that “making biochar is 20 percent more work for twice the volume of compost.”

One of the most important outcomes of the CIG project was that it resulted in a new enhancement to the USDA Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) that allows forestry participants to convert woody debris into biochar. A CSP participant in Oregon has since been using the enhancement to restore oak habitats by removing other competing trees and using the woody biomass to make biochar.

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The Global Biochar is valued at around 165 bn in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 12% during the forecast period (2021-2027).

— UnivDatos Market Insights

NOIDA, INDIA, June 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Biochar is a fine-grained product that is designed from organic wastes. It is derived from charcoal through the controlled heating of waste materials such as forest waste, wood waste, agricultural waste, and animal manure. The biochar is used widely in a soil amendment to reduce pollutants and toxic elements and to prevent reducing moisture levels, fertilizer runoff, and soil leaching. Growing demand for biochar in electricity production, rising adoption of gasification biochar systems, and increasing sales of biochar in agriculture are driving the market growth.

Moreover, the use of Biochar has been gradually increasing in developing countries because it can improve the physical and chemical properties of soil and increases soil fertility and productivity to increase crop strength and growth with fewer emissions. Biochar benefits agricultural crops and plants by reducing nutrients leaching from the crop root zone and fertilizer requirements by improving land cultivation because biochar produces an effect called liming effect to balance acidic soil towards a neutral pH.

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The coronavirus pandemic was declared a public health emergency worldwide by World Health Organization (WHO) in 2020. The strict guidelines were issued by governments and local authorities, and industrial, and commercial activities even all non-essential operations were halted which had suspended the activities of end-users. COVID-19 has adversely affected the biochar market.

According to UnivDatos Market Insights (UMI)’ research report “Global Biochar”, the market is valued at around 165 bn in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 12% during the forecast period (2021-2027). The Biochar market demand is increasing at propelling rate over the years and is expected to witness influential growth during the forecasted period as well. Factors that are positively accentuating its market size such as soaring energy demand has encouraged producers to search for the method to improve production and economies for oil wells. In addition, the production of oil requires energy to lift the fluids from the reservoir to the surface. Hence, escalating the market demand for the Biochar to increase reservoir pressure and encourage crude oil to the surface.

Moreover, in emerging economies production activities increasingly focus on mature oilfields, and new and innovative Biochar technologies combined with the latest techniques are leading the way to maximize production to enable operators to remain competitive accentuating the market demand for Biochar market in coming years as well.

Based on the Technology, the biochar market is segmented into pyrolysis, gasification, and others. The pyrolysis segment caters to extensive market share in the biochar market and is expected to grow at an influential rate during the forecasted period. pyrolysis is among the most used method for producing biochar. Furthermore, it produces several other key components such as bio-oil and syngas that can be used as a prime energy source for power generation. Hence, these factors escalate the market size of biochar.

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Based on the application, the biochar market is classified into soil amendment, animal feed, industrial, and others. The soil amendment segment caters to a considerable share of the biochar market and is expected to witness high growth during the forecasted period. The growth of this segment is primarily driven by the rising demand for organic fertilizers used in soil to enhance its natural rate of carbon sequestration and its quality.

The Asia Pacific to witness the highest growth

Based on region, the report provides a detailed analysis of the overall adoption of Biochar in the major region including North America (United States, Canada, Rest of North America, Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and the Rest of Europe), Middle East & Africa (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Nigeria, South Africa and Rest of MEA), Asia-Pacific (China, India, Australia, Japan, Rest of APAC), Rest of the World. The Asia Pacific acquired an extensive market share in the Biochar market and is expected to grow at an extensive rate mainly owing to the presence of a large and developing agriculture sector in the region. Also, various R&D activities and government initiatives are expected to contribute to spreading awareness about biochar and its benefits among the farming community and would result in increased demand.

According to UnivDatos Market Insights (UMI)’, the key players with a considerable market share in the global Biochar market are Airex Energy Inc., ArSta Eco Pvt Ltd., Biochar Supreme, Coaltec Energy USA, Farm2Energy Pvt. Ltd., Frontline BioEnergy LLC, KARR Group Co. (KGC), Pacific Biochar Corporation, Phoenix Energy, ProActive Agriculture. Several M&As along with partnerships have been undertaken by these players to boost their presence in different regions.

“Global Biochar Market” provides comprehensive qualitative and quantitative insights on the industry potential, key factors impacting sales and purchase decisions, hotspots, and opportunities available for the market players. Moreover, the report also encompasses the key strategic imperatives for success for competitors along with strategic factorial indexing measuring competitors’ capabilities on different parameters. This will help companies in the formulation of go-to-market strategies and identifying the blue ocean for its offerings.

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Market Segmentation:

1. By Technology (ESP, PCP, Gas lift, Rod lift, and Others)

2. By Application (Onshore and Offshore)

3. By Region (North America (United States, Canada, Rest of North America), Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India, Australia, Japan, Rest of APAC), ROW.

4. By Company (Airex Energy Inc., ArSta Eco Pvt Ltd., Biochar Supreme, Coaltec Energy USA, Farm2Energy Pvt. Ltd., Frontline BioEnergy LLC, KARR Group Co. (KGC), Pacific Biochar Corporation, Phoenix Energy, ProActive Agriculture)

Key questions answered in the study:

1. What are the current and future trends of the global Biochar industry?

2. How the industry has been evolving in terms of technology, application, and region?

3. How the competition has been shaping across the countries followed by their comparative factorial indexing?

4. What are the key growth drivers and challenges for the global Biochar industry?

5. What is the customer orientation, purchase behavior, and expectations from the global Biochar suppliers across various regions and countries?

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adsorption of atrazine in rice husk biochars: a phenomenological model applied to …

4 June, 2022
 

Atrazine is an herbicide used to remove weeds in agricultural crops; however, because it is considered toxic, options for removing it from the environment are needed. Adsorption on biochar is an efficient technique for removing organic contaminants. In this study, the atrazine adsorption capacities of two biochars (BCA400 and BCA700) produced from rice husks at different pyrolysis temperatures (400 and 700 °C) were compared by phenomenological modeling. The biochars were characterized by SEM, FTIR and BET. Experimental kinetic and equilibrium data were obtained to evaluate Langmuir, Freundlich and BET isotherms and to conduct intraparticle diffusion. In comparison to BCA400, BCA700 showed a higher adsorption capacity at a higher pyrolysis temperature, and the Freundlich isotherm best described its system. To describe the kinetic adsorption data for the biochars, a phenomenological model based on intraparticle diffusion was applied, and the model fit well to these data for each biochar. This model is slow and involves the transport of atrazine to the pores of the biochar. Thus, the predictive model can be scaled up to adsorption systems.

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Phenols are considered as persistent organic pollutants. These are highly dangerous for human beings due to their toxic and mutagenic outcomes. Adsorption is considered as one of the most profitable method for removal of pollutants from aqueous medium. Adsorptive behavior of phenol from aqueous medium using rice straw biochar was examined. The rice straw biochar was characterized using Scanning Electron Microscopy, Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy and Fourier transform Infra-red Spectroscopy. The effect of different process parameters, namely initial phenol concentration and contact time were examined. The micro porous structure on rice straw supported the absorption. About 70% of phenol was removed 60 minutes.

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Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa

5 June, 2022
 


Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa

5 June, 2022
 

Photo of Wendy LiberatoreA view of the Moreau Industrial Park on Thursday, June 2, 2022, in Moreau, N.Y. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)A view of the Moreau Industrial Park on Thursday, June 2, 2022, in Moreau, N.Y. (Paul Buckowski/Times Union)

MOREAU — Fueled by fears of another environmental disaster along the upper Hudson River, residents are organizing to slow approvals of Saratoga Biochar Solutions’ proposed move into the town’s industrial park.
 
Not Moreau, a grassroots group that includes residents like former town board member Gina LeClaire, said there are too many questions looming regarding toxins, such as polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and sulfuric acid, involved in Biochar’s process that converts biosolid waste into carbon fertilizer. Residents question the claims by the company about the safety and efficacy of its processes.

The residents also have concerns about noise, odors and truck traffic around the facility, problems LeClaire said could affect the neighborhood around the park and communities across the river in Fort Edward and Hudson Falls.
 
“There are so many potential negative effects,” LeClaire said. “We need to ask for a moratorium to be put in place for that industrial park to give a second look at allowed uses. We are appealing for the town board to put a change in zoning there because (Biochar) is not a good fit.”
 
Another resident, Sandy Mahoney agreed, saying “We don’t want another GE,” referring to General Electric’s decadeslong discharge of toxic PCBs into the Hudson from its two former plants in Fort Edward and Hudson Falls.
 
Saratoga Biochar CEO Raymond Apy, who is proposing a $29 million plant on 5.9 acres, did not respond to a Times Union request for comment. However, letters about the plant, posted on the town’s website, have noted repeatedly that “biosolids are not hazardous.”
 
“Biosolids are not raw sewage – they are the treated solids from publicly owned wastewater treatment plants,” Apy wrote in a May 12 letter to the town planning board. “Again, biosolids are not hazardous, but yes, biosolids do contain trace amounts of undesirable contaminants such as PFAS and they do not smell good.”
 
He also wrote that the process is meant to destroy PFAS, volatile organic compounds, pathogens, microplastics and other contaminants, which he wrote “are thermally removed … and then thermally oxidized.”
 
In addition, he wrote that PFAS can be destroyed at 1,600-1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, which, he noted, “is hot enough to break the bonds that hold those compounds together – even the carbon fluorine bonds that make PFAS such a long-lasting compound (a “forever chemical” as it is often referred to as). I’m here to tell you if you get PFAS in its gaseous state hot enough, it is not a forever chemical anymore. This has been proven – it is not theoretical.”
 
However, LeClaire points to a technical brief from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that notes that PFAS cannot be destroyed below temperatures of 1,400 degrees Celsius or 2,552 degrees Fahrenheit.
 
“The research shows that treatment plants are often ineffective at removal of PFAS in wastewater and therefore could be introducing additional PFOAs into our system.” LeClaire told the planning board.
 
She also cites a Science Direct article that argues PFAS disposal is “exceptionally difficult.”
 
“Three approaches are currently available for PFAS wastes: landfilling, wastewater treatment and incineration,” the article reads. “Each disposal approach can return either the original PFAS or their degradation products back to the environment, illustrating that the PFAS problem is cyclical. Landfilling and wastewater treatment do not destroy PFAS and simply move PFAS loads between sites.”

As for sulfuric acid, Apy wrote that it is the only hazardous material that will be used at the plant.

“We will receive a monthly or bi-monthly delivery of sulfuric acid which is used by the air treatment system to remove ammonia and its associated odors from our exhaust air,” he wrote in a statement to the planning board.
 
The proposed plant will be a 24-7 operation that will be built in three phases in the industrial park near the banks of the Hudson River. Currently, the park has only one occupant, Hexion, which produces thermoset resins, a polymer material. 

Mary Clear, another Not Moreau member, urged more studies on the process that she fears could cause health problems including “gastrointestinal and kidney dysfunction, nervous system disorders, immune system dysfunction, birth defects and cancer.”

“It’s difficult to trust a company’s assurance that their self-declared science is accurate after reading countless studies stating otherwise,” Clear said. “There are too many unknowns.”
 
She also said that the planning board should require an updated traffic study. She and LeClaire allege the one the town is using is 20 years old and say the neighborhood around the Industrial Park has grown since then.

While Apy and residents disagree about how disruptive or dangerous the plant will be, the planning board has agreed to hire an outside expert to address some of the concerns raised.
 
LeClaire is happy about that, saying the planning board needs to take its time to ensure the members get it right.

“Do it once and do it right, don’t try to Band-Aid it later,” she said. “If it turns out it’s not right, you know what a struggle it is to get the community to get a change once things happen. Once that plant is built and there is a problem, how long will it take to prove it? How long will it take to get the developer to improve it?”

Wendy Liberatore covers communities in Saratoga County. Prior to joining the Times Union, she wrote features on the arts and dance for the Daily Gazette, Saratoga Living and the Saratogian. She also worked for magazines in Westchester County and was an education reporter with the Bronxville Review-Press and Reporter. She can be reached at wliberatore@timesunion.com, or 518-491-0454 or 518-454-5445.

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Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa

5 June, 2022
 

Moreau residents want to pause Saratoga Biochar’s move into the town’s industrial park. The plant would convert biosolids from wastewater treatment plants into fertilizer.


Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa

5 June, 2022
 

Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa

Moreau residents want to pause Saratoga Biochar’s move into the town’s industrial park. The plant would convert biosolids from wastewater treatment plants into fertilizer.

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Saratoga Biochar wants to convert biosolids to fertilizer in Moreau; residents say whoa


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Effects of Phosphate, Red Mud, and Biochar on As, Cd, and Cu Immobilization and … – MDPI

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Low temperature-produced and VFA-coated biochar enhances phenanthrene adsorption … – X-MOL

5 June, 2022
 

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are widespread in marine environments, having negative implications on both ecological systems and human health. At the same time, research on highly–efficient and environmentally–friendly alternatives compared to conventional remediation techniques must be stepped up. In this work, for the first time, a novel modification procedure of willow–derived biochar based on volatile fatty acids (VFA) has been employed to enhance biochar structures aimed at avoiding phenanthrene (PHE) desorption. Batch adsorption-desorption experiments showed a PHE removal of 93% and a hysteresis index of 4.9 after 72 hours with biochar pyrolyzed at 400 °C (BC400) and modified with VFAs (MBC400), respectively. A lower efficiency was obtained with higher temperature-produced biochars (i.e. 700 °C) due to lower surface area and functional group abundance compared to the biochars obtained at 400 °C. Physisorption and chemisorption mechanisms were mainly involved in a multilayer PHE adsorption onto the heterogeneous BC400 and MBC400 surfaces, as shown by pseudo-first- and -second-order kinetic (R2 = 0.988) and Freundlich isotherm (R2 = 0.951-0.995) models. A more complicated and advanced subsequent application of biochar in PHE-polluted marine sediments with a dosage of 0.1-5% (w/w) led to the reduction of pore water PHE up to 24% after 28 days. An ecotoxicological test showed a mitigated toxicity of the sediment remediated with BC400 and MBC400 towards Folsomia candida springtails due to a decrease in adult mortality and reproduction inhibition, which was directly correlated with the reduction of PHE bioavailability (rPHE–FC = 0.76).

多环芳烃(PAHs)广泛存在于海洋环境中,对生态系统和人类健康都有负面影响。同时,与传统修复技术相比,必须加强对高效环保替代品的研究。在这项工作中,首次采用基于挥发性脂肪酸(VFA)的柳树衍生生物炭的新改性程序来增强生物炭结构,旨在避免菲(PHE)解吸。分批吸附-解吸实验表明,在 400 °C (BC400) 和 VFA (MBC400) 改性的生物炭 72 小时后,PHE 去除率为 93%,滞后指数为 4.9。使用较高温度产生的生物炭(即 700 °C)由于与在 400 °C 下获得的生物炭相比较低的表面积和官能团丰度。如伪一级和二级动力学(R2 = 0.988) 和 Freundlich 等温线 (R 2 = 0.951-0.995) 模型。生物炭在 PHE 污染的海洋沉积物中的更复杂和先进的后续应用,其剂量为 0.1-5% (w/w),导致 28 天后孔隙水 PHE 减少高达 24%。生态毒理学试验表明,由于成虫死亡率和繁殖抑制降低,BC400 和 MBC400 修复的沉积物对念珠菌弹尾的毒性减轻,这与 PHE 生物利用度的降低直接相关(r PHE-FC = 0.76)。


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Biochar application to soil for climate change mitigation by soil organic carbon sequestration

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Biochar is a form of charcoal used to improve compost and top soil. It is created by heating wood in the absence of oxygen – the process is called ‘pyrolysis’. (This differs to a normal biomass boiler that ‘combusts wood’ – ie burns the wood with oxygen). Biochar is a form of horticultural charcoal.

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1 Fine Biochar Powder Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Fine Biochar Powder
1.2 Fine Biochar Powder Segment by Type
1.3 Fine Biochar Powder Segment by Application
1.4 Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Size Estimates and Forecasts
1.5 Fine Biochar Powder Industry
1.6 Fine Biochar Powder Market Trends

2 Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Competition by Manufacturers
2.1 Global Fine Biochar Powder Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2022)
2.2 Global Fine Biochar Powder Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2022)
2.3 Global Fine Biochar Powder Average Price by Manufacturers (2015-2022)
2.4 Manufacturers Fine Biochar Powder Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type
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3 Fine Biochar Powder Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
3.1 Global Fine Biochar Powder Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2022
3.2 Global Fine Biochar Powder Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2022
3.3 North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.4 Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.5 Asia Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Facts & Figures by Region
3.6 Latin America Fine Biochar Powder Market Facts & Figures by Country
3.7 Middle East and Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Facts & Figures by Country

4 Global Fine Biochar Powder Historic Market Analysis by Type
4.1 Global Fine Biochar Powder Sales Market Share by Type (2015-2022)
4.2 Global Fine Biochar Powder Revenue Market Share by Type (2015-2022)
4.3 Global Fine Biochar Powder Price Market Share by Type (2015-2022)
4.4 Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2022): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Global Fine Biochar Powder Historic Market Analysis by Application
5.1 Global Fine Biochar Powder Sales Market Share by Application (2015-2022)
5.2 Global Fine Biochar Powder Revenue Market Share by Application (2015-2022)
5.3 Global Fine Biochar Powder Price by Application (2015-2022)

6 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Fine Biochar Powder Business
7 Fine Biochar Powder Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
9 Market Dynamics
9.1 Market Trends
9.2 Opportunities and Drivers
9.3 Challenges
9.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

10 Global Market Forecast
10.1 Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Estimates and Projections by Type
10.2 Fine Biochar Powder Market Estimates and Projections by Application
10.3 Fine Biochar Powder Market Estimates and Projections by Region
10.4 North America Fine Biochar Powder Estimates and Projections (2022-2027)
10.5 Europe Fine Biochar Powder Estimates and Projections (2022-2027)
10.6 Asia Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Estimates and Projections (2022-2027)
10.7 Latin America Fine Biochar Powder Estimates and Projections (2022-2027)
10.8 Middle East and Africa Fine Biochar Powder Estimates and Projections (2022-2027)

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12 Methodology and Data Source

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Sustainability, certification, and regulation of biochar – SciELO

6 June, 2022
 

Biochar has a relatively long half-life in soil and can fundamentally alter soil properties, processes, and ecosystem services. The prospect of global-scale biochar application to soils highlights the importance of a sophisticated and rigorous certification procedure. The objective of this work was to discuss the concept of integrating biochar properties with environmental and socioeconomic factors, in a sustainable biochar certification procedure that optimizes complementarity and compatibility between these factors over relevant time periods. Biochar effects and behavior should also be modelled at temporal scales similar to its expected functional lifetime in soils. Finally, when existing soil data are insufficient, soil sampling and analysis procedures need to be described as part of a biochar certification procedure.

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Synthesis and Application of Egg Shell Biochar for As(V) Removal from Aqueous Solutions

6 June, 2022
 

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Ball milling biochar iron oxide composites for the removal of chromium (Cr(VI)) from water

6 June, 2022
 

As the first of its kind, a novel biochar/iron oxide composite (BM-Fe-HC) was successfully prepared by simply ball milling iron-laden biochar (Fe-HC). The performance and mechanisms of Cr(VI) removal by BM-Fe-HC were investigated. Ball milling effectively reduced particle size, increased specific surface area, more importantly, enhanced the distribution and increased the exposure of iron oxides on biochar surface. As a result, Cr(VI) removal by BM-Fe-HC showed fast kinetics and large adsorption capacity with the Langmuir maximum capacity of 48.1 mg/g, higher than that of other biochar/iron composites reported in the literature. Acidic pH promoted Cr(VI) removal while competition ions (Cl-, SO42- and PO43-) inhibited Cr(VI) removal by BM-Fe-HC. Comparison of pre- and post-adsorption samples revealed that iron oxides of the BM-Fe-HC played the dominant role in the adsorption and reduction of Cr(VI) during the removal. After adsorption, part of adsorbed Cr(VI) was reduced by Fe(II) and then stabilized by Fe(III) in the form of amorphous CrxFe1-x(OH)3 on the composite surface. All the results demonstrate that novel ball-milled biochar/iron oxide composites can be used as an effective adsorbent to remove Cr(VI) from water.


Biochar: eyes to the future – Open Fields

6 June, 2022
 

From 17th to 18th of January, the 1st Mediterranean Symposium on Biochar: “Biochar: past, present and future” was held in Vertemate con Minoprio (Co), Italy. The symposium was a good opportunity to meet national and international scientists and companies, and to take stock of all central aspects of the biochar system: renewable energy, agriculture and environment, climate change. Open Fields was among the invited guests as stakeholder.

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Adhesion of Bacillus salmalaya and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens on oil palm kernel shell biochar

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7 June, 2022
 

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Novel acoustic-activated alkali-functionalized Trapa bispinosa peel biochar for green …

7 June, 2022
 

The unrestricted discharge of chlorpyrifos (CPS) pesticides into the aquatic environment entails significant environmental and health risks; therefore, their management is essential. In the current study, a dually modified novel biochar of Trapa bispinosa peel (UFBC) with improved adsorption capacity for CPS was synthesized utilizing ultrasonic vibrations and alkali functionalization, and its removal capacity was compared to unmodified or single modified biochar. Characteristic changes induced by the simultaneous mechanical and chemical modifications of biochar were revealed by energy-dispersive X-ray analysis (EDX), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Brunauer–Emmett–Teller (BET), and Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectra. Three hundred and twenty data sets produced from triplicate batch experiments on several parameters (temperature, pH, adsorbent dose, initial pollutant concentration, and contact time) and linear interpolation technique were applied for the development of artificial neuron network (ANN) as well as adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) models, which successfully predicted % CPS removal by UFBC with low statistical errors (MSE < 0.0009, SSE < 0.159, RMSE < 0.031). The equilibrium data were well fitted to the Elovich model of kinetics (R2 > 0.94) and Freundlich isotherm (R2 > 0.98) for all the sorbents, which showed chemisorption on highly heterogeneous surface and multi-layer adsorption with pollutant–pollutant interaction, respectively. Thermodynamic study demonstrated the exothermic nature and feasibility of the process at room temperature (∆H < -71.32 kJmol−1). The synthesized material is a sustainable and effective adsorbent having low equilibrium time and high adsorption capacity for CPS elimination and industrial scalability.

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The authors are grateful to Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India, for providing the laboratory facilities. We are also thankful to Dr Saif Khan, Inter-University Accelerator Centre for SEM analysis, Mr Charu Chandra Pant, UPES Central Instrumentation facility for DLS and FTIR.

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Kavya Bisaria did conceptualization, methodology, investigation, writing—original draft. Merry Gupta was involved in visualization and resources. Ashish Mathur provided resources. Ashwani Dixit done project administration and writing—review and editing. Rachana Singh contributed to supervision, writing—review and editing, project administration, and funding acquisition.

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Received: 14 March 2022

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Published: 07 June 2022

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-022-02898-z

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Biochar Market Size to Reach USD 454.3 Million in 2030 | Emergen Research

7 June, 2022
 

VANCOUVER, BC, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to Emergen Research, the global biochar market size was USD 160.9 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 454.3 million in 2030 and register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, 2021-2030.

Increasing awareness regarding benefits of biochar on environment, growing use of biochar for carbon sequestration, and rising application of biochar in animal feed are some key factors expected to drive biochar market growth.

Market Size – USD 160.9 Million in 2021, Market Growth – at a CAGR of 12.1%, Market Trends – Increasing use of biochar to reduce agricultural emissions from fertilizer usage

Market Dynamics:

Biochar is often defined as the carbon-rich material that is produced during pyrolysis process and is a flammable solid and requires careful handling.  Biochar is primarily carbon but also comprises oxygen, hydrogen, and some inorganic ash if it is present in the parent biomass. Since biomass is carbon neutral, the combustion of biochar is often considered beneficial for the environment. Biochar has a wide range of non-fuel uses including adsorption of chemicals and carbon storage in ground which helps in reducing emissions.

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Biochar also presents numerous positive effects on quality of soil and its addition to the soul can increase crop production by enhancing the physiochemical and biological properties such as water retention and pH of the soil. Biochar also has the potential to reduce agricultural emissions by lowering the amount of fertilizer needed and these are some key factors expected to drive market revenue growth over the forecast period.

Biochar is a biomaterial rich in carbon generated during the combustion of biomass through pyrolysis with syngas, bio-oil and biochar as the byproducts. Biochar offers a critical way of removing carbon from the atmosphere and provides numerous opportunities for its use in different areas of production and utilization of biomass. Biochar is a potentially attractive option for the production of biofuels and biochemicals as it can reduce carbon footprint and improve sustainability of biomass sourcing. Biochar can be used in a wide range of industrial processes such as as solid fuel in boilers, in the production of nanotubes, in the manufacture of activated carbon, and in production of hydrogen-rich gas and these are some other factors expected to drive market revenue growth over the coming years. However, certain risks of increased use of biochar on flora and fauna and ecological systems are some key factors that can hamper market growth to a certain extent going ahead.

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Pyrolysis Segment to Account for Largest Revenue Share:

Pyrolysis segment is expected to account for largest revenue share in the global market over the forecast period. Pyrolysis is one of the most extensively used methods to produce biochar and can be used to generate other important components such as bio-oil and syngas. Pyrolysis can be done on a small scale and in remote places which can increase energy density and lower transportation and handling costs and these are some key factors expected to contribute to revenue growth of the segment over the forecast period.

Agriculture Segment to Register Significant Revenue Growth:

Agriculture segment is expected to register significant revenue growth over the forecast period attributed to increasing use of biochar to improve soil’s biological productivity, promote soil fertility, plant growth, and crop nutrition, growing demand for organic food products, and increasing use of biochar to enhance animal feed and maintain good livestock health.

Asia Pacific to Lead in Terms of Revenue CAGR:

Asia Pacific market revenue is expected to expand at rapid CAGR over the forecast period attributable to rapidly increasing agricultural activities, growing use of biochar to improve soil quality, rising production of organic foods, and increase in number of livestock farms in the region.

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For the purpose of this report, Emergen Research has segmented the global biochar market on the basis of technology, application, and region:

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Biochar – Slate Hill Charcoal

7 June, 2022
 

 

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Global Biochar Market Growth, Prominent Players 2028 – mbu timeline

7 June, 2022
 

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The market analysis and insights covered in the persuasive Biochar market research report provides key statistics on the market status of global and regional manufacturers and is an important source of guidance which gives proper direction to the companies and individuals interested in the industry. Deadline driven generation of report, commitment for the quality and transparency in research method are few of the features with which Biochar report can be referred confidently. Achieving maximum return on investment (ROI) is one of the most aspiring goals for any industry which can be achieved with the greatest market research report.

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The report deeply explores the recent significant developments by the leading vendors and innovation profiles in the Global Biochar Market including Cool Planet, Pacific Biochar Benefit Corporation, Genesis Industries, LLC, CharGrow USA LLC, Black Owl Biochar, Phoenix Energy Group, Airex Énergie Inc., Ambient Energy LLC, Avello Bioenergy, ETIA Group, CharGrow USA LLC, Pyrocal Pty Ltd, Terra Humana Ltd, American BioChar Company, Bioforcetech Corporation, ECOERA Millennium Biochar and Carbon Emission Removal Service, Biochar Now, llc., EkoBalans Fenix, Carbo Culture, GreenBack Pte Ltd, among other domestic and global players..

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Biochar Market Size to Reach USD 454.3 Million in 2030 | Emergen Research

7 June, 2022
 

VANCOUVER, BC, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to Emergen Research, the global biochar market size was USD 160.9 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 454.3 million in 2030 and register a revenue CAGR of 12.1% during the forecast period, 2021-2030.

Increasing awareness regarding benefits of biochar on environment, growing use of biochar for carbon sequestration, and rising application of biochar in animal feed are some key factors expected to drive biochar market growth.

Market Size USD 160.9 Million in 2021, Market Growth at a CAGR of 12.1%, Market Trends Increasing use of biochar to reduce agricultural emissions from fertilizer usage

Market Dynamics:

Biochar is often defined as the carbon-rich material that is produced during pyrolysis process and is a flammable solid and requires careful handling. Biochar is primarily carbon but also comprises oxygen, hydrogen, and some inorganic ash if it is present in the parent biomass. Since biomass is carbon neutral, the combustion of biochar is often considered beneficial for the environment. Biochar has a wide range of non-fuel uses including adsorption of chemicals and carbon storage in ground which helps in reducing emissions.

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Biochar also presents numerous positive effects on quality of soil and its addition to the soul can increase crop production by enhancing the physiochemical and biological properties such as water retention and pH of the soil. Biochar also has the potential to reduce agricultural emissions by lowering the amount of fertilizer needed and these are some key factors expected to drive market revenue growth over the forecast period.

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Scientists find a way to instantly extract biofuel from banana peel – Euronews

7 June, 2022
 

Dried banana peels zapped with a powerful lamp can be instantly turned into renewable energy.

Scientists have discovered a new method of extracting hydrogen that could significantly boost supplies of the gas from biomass. It is also possible with corn cobs, coffee beans and coconut shells.

It comes as Europe ramps up its hydrogen economy on the road to carbon neutrality by 2050.

According to the EU’s hydrogen policy, ‘renewable’ hydrogen can be made from biomass (plant and animal matter) provided certain sustainability criteria are met. One major concern with biomass is that it can actually release more CO2, for example where forests are logged, to fuel power stations.

But the team of Swiss-based scientists explain that all of the products from their photo-thermal (light and heat-based) technique can be captured, making it economical and climate-safe.

“The relevance of our work is further heightened by the fact that we are indirectly capturing CO2 stores from the atmosphere for years,” writes Dr Bhawna Nagar, one of the authors from the École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. 

“We have converted that into useful end products in no time using a xenon flash lamp.”

There are currently two main routes of chemically converting biomass using heat: gasification and pyrolysis. Gasification blasts the organic material to temperatures of 1000°C, converting it into syngas – a mix of hydrogen, methane, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide – which is used as biofuel. A solid residue of carbon, known as ‘biochar’ or charcoal, is left behind.

Pyrolysis decomposes the biomass at lower temperatures of 400 to 800°C, in containers without oxygen. But this requires very specific reactors that can handle high temperatures and pressures, the scientists explain in the journal Chemical Science.

A simpler method is now at hand in the form of photo-pyrolysis using a xenon lamp. This emits a bright white light, like that once seen in photographers’ studios. One powerful flashlight shot can trigger biomass conversion in just a few milliseconds.

First, the banana peels must be dried at around 100°C for 24 hours, then ground and sieved to a fine powder before being placed in a stainless steel reactor.

“Each kilogram of dried biomass can generate around 100 litres of hydrogen and 330g of biochar, which is up to 33 weight per cent of the original dried banana peel mass,” says Dr Nagar.

This splitting of natural biomass into gas and charcoal is offered as a “smart, rapid and eco-friendly” solution to hydrogen production. The charcoal is valuable too as it can be added to soil to improve plant health, or stored as a carbon capture strategy.

Next, the scientists hope their method could be scaled up and applied to industrial waste such as tyres. It could even pave the way for solar photo-pyrolysis – harnessing the sun’s energy to be even more sustainable.


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Efficient substrates based on anaerobic sewage sludge biochar for … – Taylor & Francis Group

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The objective was to develop efficient substrates, with increasing proportions of biochar derived from anaerobic sewage sludge (ASS-biochar) and regionally available raw materials, to produce tobacco seedlings (Nicotiana tabacum) in floating systems. Physical, hydraulic and chemical variables and the effects on tobacco plants were evaluated through an indoor experiment with seedling production. The experiment was conducted on trays in a floating hydroponic system in a randomized block design with four replications and eight plants per plot. The ASS-biochar showed environmental safety and agronomic efficiency in substrate composition, in particular with 50% to 90% ASS-biochar in the formulation. The best formulations positively affected the growth-related variables, showing similar or superior performance to the three commercial substrates (references). The ideal ranges of the substrate characteristics were: dry density: 420–520 kg m−3; total porosity: 60–75%; aeration space: 25–35%; easily available water: 9–12%; water buffering capacity: 3–5%; available water: 12–15%; remaining water: 20–25%; pH: 6.0–6.5; electrical conductivity: 1.4–2.3 mS cm−1. The development of substrates considering ASS-biochar, regional raw materials and ideal physical-chemical properties would prevent environmental pollution by generating value-added products to improve tobacco seedlings and expand the productivity and quality of tobacco worldwide.


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Biochar as A Circular Solution for Sustainable Agriculture and Poverty Reduction

8 June, 2022
 

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Heloise Buckland, CEO and Co-Founder of HUSK, took a closer look at the challenges presented to Asia’s smallholder farmers and presented a circular economy solution that promotes soil regeneration and climate resilience through the benefits of biochar products derived from rice husks.

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Can renewable diesel create a new carbon circular economy? The Biochar Podcast

8 June, 2022
 

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In this episode we discuss biochar’s role in renewable diesel production, the components of the pyrolysis and gasification process, its applications, the economics (including: job opportunities, a circular economy) and the keys to open carbon markets. 

Our guest is Jennifer Lauber Patterson, Managing Director of Frontier Impact Group. Jennifer is a pioneer in climate solutions with 30+ years experience in banking and energy companies, environmental markets (particularly carbon markets) and sustainable solutions. She pioneered one of the first green electricity deals 25 years ago, and started the first carbon markets business at ANZ bank in the early 2000’s. A key passion for Jennifer is to demonstrate how bioenergy can support the regeneration of the Australian landscape and present farmers with opportunity to diversify their income streams and develop a circular economy.

Recently Frontier Impact Group established a joint venture with Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd, to produce the first commercial-scale renewable diesel bio-refinery in Western Australia. A process to utilise waste biomass and produce renewable diesel, high-quality biochar and wood vinegar using a sustainable process that is carbon negative.

In this episode we discuss biochar’s role in renewable diesel production, the components of the pyrolysis and gasification process, its applications, the economics (including: job opportunities, a circular economy) and the keys to open carbon markets. 

Our guest is Jennifer Lauber Patterson, Managing Director of Frontier Impact Group. Jennifer is a pioneer in climate solutions with 30+ years experience in banking and energy companies, environmental markets (particularly carbon markets) and sustainable solutions. She pioneered one of the first green electricity deals 25 years ago, and started the first carbon markets business at ANZ bank in the early 2000’s. A key passion for Jennifer is to demonstrate how bioenergy can support the regeneration of the Australian landscape and present farmers with opportunity to diversify their income streams and develop a circular economy.

Recently Frontier Impact Group established a joint venture with Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd, to produce the first commercial-scale renewable diesel bio-refinery in Western Australia. A process to utilise waste biomass and produce renewable diesel, high-quality biochar and wood vinegar using a sustainable process that is carbon negative.


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To solve the current problems of the low adsorption efficiency of biochar directly obtained by pyrolysis and the ineffective recycling of adsorbents, conventional chemical coprecipitation, sol-gel, multi-metal multilayer loading and biomass pyrolysis coking processes have been integrated. Upon selection of specific components for the structural design, a novel high-performance biochar adsorbent was obtained. The effects of O2 concentration and temperature on the regeneration characteristics were explored. An isothermal regeneration method was proposed to repair the deactivated adsorbent in a specific atmosphere, and the optimal regeneration mode and conditions were obtained. In addition to the microscopic characteristics of regenerated samples, the mechanism of Hg0 removal and regeneration was revealed by using temperature-programmed desorption technology and adsorption kinetics. The results show that the doping of multiple metals can reduce the pyrolysis reaction barrier of the modified biomass. The doped metals form aggregated oxides on the modified sample surface, and the synergistic effect produced can enhance the oxidative activity of biochar carriers and the threshold effect of Ce oxide. The optimal regeneration conditions of 5% O2 and 600øC can not only effectively coordinate the competitive relationship between the deep carbonization process and the adsorption/oxidation site repair process, but also establish an excellent structure-activity relationship between the physicochemical characteristics and Hg0 removal performance of the regenerated samples. Hg0 adsorption by the regenerated samples is a multi-layer mass transfer process involving the coupling of physical and chemical effects, and the surface adsorption sites play a leading role.

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8 June, 2022
 

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Global Biochar Market Research Report 2022 Professional Edition

8 June, 2022
 

The global Biochar market was valued at 509.33 Million USD in 2021 and will grow with a CAGR of 9.14% from 2021 to 2027, based on Research newly published report.

The prime objective of this report is to provide the insights on the post COVID-19 impact wwhich will help market players in this field evaluate their business approaches. Also, this report covers market segmentation by major market Vendors, types, applications/end users and geography(North America, East Asia, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, Oceania, South America).

This report studies the Biochar market, Biochar is the solid product of pyrolysis, designed to be used for environmental management. IBI defines biochar as: A solid material obtained from thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis. Biochar can increase soil fertility of acidic soils (low pH soils), increase agricultural productivity, and provide protection against some foliar and soil-borne diseases. Furthermore, biochar reduces pressure on forests. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Biochar is a fragmented industry with a variety of manufacturers, among which most are small privately-owned companies. The top 5 producers account for just 38.34% of the market. Also, many companies are emerging companies that specialized in the production of biochar, and a large share of their products is sold by traders and online.

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Cool Planet

Biochar Supreme

NextChar

Terra Char

Genesis Industries

Interra Energy

CharGrow

Pacific Biochar

Biochar Now

The Biochar Company (TBC)

ElementC6

Vega Biofuels

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Wood Source Biochar

Corn Stove Source Biochar

Rice Stove Source Biochar

Wheat Stove Source Biochar

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Soil Conditioner

Fertilizer

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Biochar waste-based ZnO materials as highly efficient photocatalysts for water treatment

8 June, 2022
 

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The incorporation of carbon structures in photocatalytic nanoparticles can improve their photocatalytic efficiency for the removal of pollutants from water. In this work, different amounts of biochar as carbon source obtained from the valorisation of biowaste from brewed coffee (COFF) and chitosan (CTO) were used to enhance ZnO properties by co-precipitation method. The ZnO/biochar materials were characterized by different techniques (TGA, XRD, FTIR, DRS, BET and Raman spectroscopy) and the photocatalytic properties investigated using phenol as standard water pollutant. The biochar enhanced the catalytic efficiency, when in proper amounts, up to 20 wt.%, outperforming the pristine ZnO. Through the experiments performed in the presence of radical scavengers, it was demonstrated that biochar acts as an electron reservoir improving the charges separation.
The best performing material, ZnO/2-COFF showed high efficiency for the removal of pollutants namely, 5-methylbenzotriazole, carbamazepine, bisphenol A and ibuprofen, especially for the 5-methylbenzotriazole, with a degradation efficiency higher than 99% in just 30 min. The obtained results indicate advantageous of using biochar from biowaste as a carbon source to enhance the ZnO catalyst properties for water remediation.

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Effect of weather conditions, substrate pH, biochar amendment and plant species on two …

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Effect of weather conditions, substrate pH, biochar amendment and plant species on two plant growth-promoting microbes on vegetated roofs and facades. / Xie, Long; Timonen, Sari; Gange, Alan; Kuoppamäki, Kirsi; Hagner, Marleena; Lehvävirta, Susanna.

TY – JOUR

T1 – Effect of weather conditions, substrate pH, biochar amendment and plant species on two plant growth-promoting microbes on vegetated roofs and facades

AU – Xie, Long

AU – Timonen, Sari

AU – Gange, Alan

AU – Kuoppamäki, Kirsi

AU – Hagner, Marleena

AU – Lehvävirta, Susanna

PY – 2022/6

Y1 – 2022/6

N2 – BackgroundVegetated building envelopes (VBEs), such as vegetated roofs and facades, are becoming more frequent in urban planning nowadays. However, harsh growing conditions restrain the application of VBEs. Plant growth-promoting microbes (PGPMs) might help ease the stresses, but first, it is necessary to investigate how to ensure their survival and growth under VBE conditions.MethodsWe conducted three experiments to test the impact of various factors on the microbial populations of inoculated PGPMs in VBEs, a mycorrhizal fungus Rhizophagus irregularis and a bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens. The first experiment was conducted by inoculating the two PGPMs separately in Sedum roof plots, and the microbial populations associated with Poa alpina was monitored for two consecutive years under local weather conditions. The second experiment was conducted in a laboratory testing the effect of substrate pH (substrates collected from balcony gardens) on R. irregularis population associated with Trifolium repens and Viola tricolor. The third experiment was conducted on a meadow roof testing the effect of biochar amendment on R. irregularis population associated with Thymus serpyllum and Fragaria vesca.ResultsIn the first experiment, Bacillus was found to associate with P. alpina, but Rhizophagus wasn’t. Yet, the fungus induced high Bacillus population density in the Rhizophagus treated plots in the first year. In the second experiment, Rhizophagus abundance in T. repens was higher in the neutral substrate (6–6.5), while V. tricolor was more colonized in acidic substrate (5–5.5), suggesting an important interactive effect of substrate pH and plant species on Rhizophagus abundance. The third experiment suggested a negligible impact of biochar amendment on Rhizophagus abundance for both host plants.ConclusionThree experiments demonstrate that PGPM inoculation on VBEs is feasible, and various factors and interactions affect the PGPM populations. This paper provides reference and inspiration for other VBE research involving substrate microbial manipulation.

AB – BackgroundVegetated building envelopes (VBEs), such as vegetated roofs and facades, are becoming more frequent in urban planning nowadays. However, harsh growing conditions restrain the application of VBEs. Plant growth-promoting microbes (PGPMs) might help ease the stresses, but first, it is necessary to investigate how to ensure their survival and growth under VBE conditions.MethodsWe conducted three experiments to test the impact of various factors on the microbial populations of inoculated PGPMs in VBEs, a mycorrhizal fungus Rhizophagus irregularis and a bacterium Bacillus amyloliquefaciens. The first experiment was conducted by inoculating the two PGPMs separately in Sedum roof plots, and the microbial populations associated with Poa alpina was monitored for two consecutive years under local weather conditions. The second experiment was conducted in a laboratory testing the effect of substrate pH (substrates collected from balcony gardens) on R. irregularis population associated with Trifolium repens and Viola tricolor. The third experiment was conducted on a meadow roof testing the effect of biochar amendment on R. irregularis population associated with Thymus serpyllum and Fragaria vesca.ResultsIn the first experiment, Bacillus was found to associate with P. alpina, but Rhizophagus wasn’t. Yet, the fungus induced high Bacillus population density in the Rhizophagus treated plots in the first year. In the second experiment, Rhizophagus abundance in T. repens was higher in the neutral substrate (6–6.5), while V. tricolor was more colonized in acidic substrate (5–5.5), suggesting an important interactive effect of substrate pH and plant species on Rhizophagus abundance. The third experiment suggested a negligible impact of biochar amendment on Rhizophagus abundance for both host plants.ConclusionThree experiments demonstrate that PGPM inoculation on VBEs is feasible, and various factors and interactions affect the PGPM populations. This paper provides reference and inspiration for other VBE research involving substrate microbial manipulation.

KW – 219 Environmental biotechnology

KW – 11832 Microbiology and virology

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On the basis of Geography, the Global Biochar Market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW). North America is expected to hold a considerable share in the global Biochar Market. Due to increasing investment for research and development process and adoption of solutions in the region whereas Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at a faster pace during the forecasted period.

The growing number of Biochar Market players across regions is expected to drive market growth further. Moreover, increasing investments by prominent vendors in product capabilities and business expansion is expected to fuel the market during the study period. Many market players are finding lucrative opportunities in emerging economies like China and India, where the large populations are coupled with new innovations in numerous industries.

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Table of Contents                                                                           

1.      INTRODUCTION
1.1.   Market Definition
1.2.   Market Segmentation
1.3.   Geographic Scope
1.4.   Years Considered: Historical Years – 2017 & 2020; Base Year – 2021; Forecast Years – 2022 to 2030
1.5.   Currency Used
2.      RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
2.1.   Research Framework
2.2.   Data Collection Technique
2.3.   Data Sources
2.3.1.      Secondary Sources
2.3.2.      Primary Sources
2.4.   Market Estimation Methodology
2.4.1.      Bottom-Up Approach
2.4.2.      Top-Down Approach
2.5.   Data Validation and Triangulation
2.5.1.      Market Forecast Model
2.5.2.      Limitations/Assumptions of the Study
3.      ABSTRACT OF THE STUDY
4.      MARKET DYNAMICS ASSESSMENT
4.1.   Overview
4.2.   Drivers
4.3.   Barriers/Challenges
4.4.   Opportunities
5.      VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
6.      PRICING ANALYSIS
7.      SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS
8.      MARKET SIZING AND FORECASTING
8.1.   Global – Biochar Market Analysis & Forecast, By Region
8.2.   Global – Biochar Market Analysis & Forecast, By Segment
8.2.1.      North America Biochar Market, By Segment
8.2.2.      North America Biochar Market, By Country
8.2.2.1.            US
8.2.2.2.            Canada
8.2.3.      Europe Biochar Market, By Segment
8.2.4.      Europe Biochar Market, By Country
8.2.4.1.            Germany
8.2.4.2.            UK
8.2.4.3.            France
8.2.4.4.            Rest of Europe (ROE)
8.2.5.      Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Segment
8.2.6.      Asia Pacific Biochar Market, By Country
8.2.6.1.            China
8.2.6.2.            Japan
8.2.6.3.            India
8.2.6.4.            Rest of Asia Pacific (RoAPAC)
8.2.7.      Rest of the World (ROW) Biochar Market, By Segment
8.2.8.      Rest of the World (ROW) Biochar Market, By Country
8.2.8.1.            Latin America
8.2.8.2.            Middle East & Africa

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Vendor Assessment

Vendor assessment includes a deep analysis of how vendors are addressing  the demand in the Biochar Market. The MDC CompetetiveScape model was used to assess qualitative and quantitative insights in this assessment. MDC’s CompetitiveScape is a structured method for identifying key players and outlining their strengths, relevant characteristics, and outreach strategy. MDC’s CompetitiveScape allows organizations to analyze the environmental factors that influence their business, set goals, and identify new marketing strategies. MDC Research analysts conduct a thorough investigation of vendors’ solutions, services, programs, marketing, organization size, geographic focus, type of organization and strategies.

Technology Assessment

Technology dramatically impacts business productivity, growth and efficiency.Technologies can help companies develop competitive advantages, but choosing them can be one of the most demanding decisions for businesses. Technology assessment helps organizations to understand their current situation with respect to technology and offer a roadmap where they might want to go and scale their business. A well-defined process to assess and select technology solutions can help organizations reduce risk, achieve objectives, identify the problem, and solve it in the right way. Technology assessment can help businesses identify which technologies to invest in, meet industry standards, compete against competitors.

Business Ecosystem Analysis

Advancements in technology and digitalization have changed the way companies do business; the concept of a business ecosystem helps businesses understand how to thrive in this changing environment. Business ecosystems provide organizations with opportunities to integrate technology in their daily business operations and improve research and business competency. The business ecosystem includes a network of interlinked companies that compete  and cooperate to increase sales, improve profitability, and succeed in their markets. An ecosystem analysis is a business network analysis that includes the relationships amongst suppliers, distributors, and end-users in delivering a product or service.

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Regions and Countries Covered

North America (US, Canada), Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (Japan, China, Australia, India, Rest of Asia-Pacific), and Rest of the World (RoW).

Report Coverage

Biochar Market Dynamics, Covid-19 Impact on the Biochar Market, Vendor Profiles, Vendor Assessment, Strategies, Technology Assessment, Product Mapping, Industry Outlook, Economic Analysis, Segmental Analysis, Biochar Market Sizing, Analysis Tables.

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Global Biochar Market Share, Size, Trends, Growing CAGR of 10.84%, Manufactures …

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Global Biochar Market report attempts to offer high-quality and accurate analysis about the current market scenario as COVID 19 is greatly impacting overall world economy. The Biochar market revenue was 2396 Million USD in 2019, and will reach 4444 Million USD in 2025, with a CAGR of 10.84% during 2020-2025.

The “Biochar Market” Research Report 2022-2025 is a specialized and in-depth study of the Biochar industry with a focus on the global market trend. The report aims to provide an overview of the global Biochar market with detailed market segmentation by component, deployment model, end-user, and geography. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the leading Biochar market players and offers key trends and opportunities in the market. The report covers segmental analyses across the key regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, and South America.

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The Biochar market revenue was 2396 Million USD in 2019, and will reach 4444 Million USD in 2025, with a CAGR of 10.84% during 2020-2025. Biochar is a charcoal that acts as a soil conditioner to help plants grow. It can be used in agricultural applications as well as in carbon collection and storage, unlike traditional charcoal, which is commonly used in fuels. Biochar, like ordinary charcoal, is a product of thermal cracking of biomass energy raw materials, and its main component is carbon molecules.

This report elaborates the market size, market characteristics, and market growth of the Biochar industry, and breaks down according to the type, application, and consumption area of Biochar. The report also introduces players in the industry from the perspective of the industry chain and marketing chain and describes the leading companies.

Global Biochar market research provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications, and industry chain structure. The Global Biochar market report is provided for the international markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key region’s development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures are also analyzed. This report additionally states import/export consumption, supply and demand Figures, cost, price, revenue, and gross margins.

Final Report will add an analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.

– In Chapter 2.3 of the report, the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry was fully assessed. Fully risk assessment and industry recommendations were made for Biochar in a special period. This chapter also compares the markets of Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19.
– Chapter 2.5 covers the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 from the perspective of the industry chain.
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Global Biochar Market Competition by TOP MANUFACTURERS, with production, price, revenue (value), and each manufacturer including:

On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share, and growth rate of each type, primarily split into:

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Regional Analysis of the Biochar Market:

The global Biochar Market research report details the ongoing market trends, development outlines, and several research methodologies. It illustrates the key factors that directly manipulate the Market, for instance, production strategies, development platforms, and product portfolio. According to our researchers, even minor changes within the product profiles could result in huge disruptions to the above-mentioned factors.

Geographically, the detailed analysis of consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, historic and forecast (2015-2025) of the following regions are covered in Chapters 5-10:

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With tables and figures helping analyze worldwide Global Biochar market trends, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

Key Points From Table of Content:
1 Report Overview
1.1 Research Objectives
1.2 Study Scope
1.3 Key Market Segments
1.4 Market Investment Scenario Strategic

2 Industry Insights
2.1 Industry Ecosystem Analysis
2.1.1 Industry Chain Analysis
2.1.2 Distribution Channel Analysis
2.2 Market Trend Analysis
2.2.1 Growth Drivers
2.2.2 Industry Constraints and Challenges
2.3 Industry Trends Under COVID-19
2.3.1 Risk Assessment on COVID-19
2.3.2 Assessment of the Overall Impact of COVID-19 on the Industry
2.3.3 Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19 Market Scenario
2.4 Industry Innovation Prospect Analysis
2.5 The Impact of Covid-19 From the Perspective of Industry Chain

3 Global Biochar Market, By Product Type
3.1 Global Biochar Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Types (2015-2020)
3.1.1 Global Biochar Sales and Market Share by Types (2015-2020)
3.1.2 Global Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Types (2015-2020)
3.1.3 Global Biochar Price by Types (2015-2020)
3.2 Key Trends by Types
3.3 Global Biochar Sales, Price and Growth Rate of Types 1 (2015-2020)
3.4 Global Biochar Sales, Price and Growth Rate of Types 2 (2015-2020)
3.5 Global Biochar Sales, Price and Growth Rate of Types 3 (2015-2020)
3.6 Global Biochar Sales, Price and Growth Rate of Other (2015-2020)

4 Global Biochar Market, By Applications
4.1 Global Biochar Consumption, Revenue and Market Share by Applications (2015-2020)
4.1.1 Global Biochar Consumption and Market Share by Applications (2015-2020)
4.1.2 Global Biochar Revenue and Market Share by Applications (2015-2020)

5 Global Biochar Market, By Regions
5.1 Global Biochar Market Sales and Market Share by Regions
5.1.1 Global Biochar Sales by Regions (2015-2020)
5.1.2 Global Biochar Sales Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
5.2 Global Biochar Market Revenue and Market Share by Regions
5.2.1 Global Biochar Revenue by Regions (2015-2020)
5.2.2 Global Biochar Revenue Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
5.3 Key Trends by Regions
5.3.1 Emerging Market Analysis

6 North America Biochar Market Analysis
6.1 North America Biochar Market Size
6.1.1 North America Biochar Market Sales and Growth Rate (2015-2020)
6.1.2 North America Biochar Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2020)
6.2 U.S. Biochar Market Size
6.3 Canada Biochar Market Size
6.4 Mexico Biochar Market Size
6.5 Key Macroeconomic Indicators
6.6 The Influence of COVID-19 on North America Market

7 Europe Biochar Market Analysis
8 Asia-Pacific Biochar Market Analysis
9 Middle East and Africa Biochar Market Analysis
10 South America Biochar Market Analysis

11 Competition Landscape and Company Profiles

12 Global Biochar Market Forecast, By Type and Applications
12.1 Global Biochar Market Forecast by Types (2020-2025)
12.1.1 Global Biochar Market Forecast Sales and Market Share by Types (2020-2025)
12.1.2 Global Biochar Market Forecast Revenue and Market Share by Types (2020-2025)
12.2 Global Biochar Market Forecast by Applications (2020-2025)
12.2.1 Global Biochar Market Forecast Consumption and Market Share by Applications (2020-2025)
12.2.2 Global Biochar Market Forecast Revenue and Market Share by Applications (2020-2025)

13 Global Biochar Market Forecast, By Regions
13.1 Global Biochar Market Forecast Sales and Market Share by Regions (2020-2025)
13.2 Global Biochar Market Forecast Revenue and Market Share by Regions (2020-2025)
13.3 North America Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025)
13.4 Europe Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025)
13.5 Asia-Pacific Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025)
13.6 Middle East and Africa Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025)
13.7 South America Biochar Market Forecast (2020-2025)
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On the Potential of Biochar Soil Amendments as a Sustainable Water Management Strategy

8 June, 2022
 

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Carbonxt (ASX:CG1) to present HydRestorTM at leading US water management exhibitions

9 June, 2022
 

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One of the renowned cleantech companies, Carbonxt Group Limited (ASX:CG1) has been making serious strides in the activated carbon space. While it achieved several milestones in the first half of the year in both R&D and new recognised revenue streams, the company is set to deliver on many new business development initiatives in the second half of 2022.

In a major development, the ASX-listed firm has been selected to present its patented HydRestorTM technology at two large-scale industry events of the United States – the Water Expo in Miami and the WEFTEC water quality event in New Orleans.

Triggered by the update, CG1 shares surged over 15% to trade at AU$0.220 on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 8 June 2022. The company has a market capitalisation of AU$41.66 million.

During the on-site presentation at the two conferences, the company will highlight HydRestorTM technology, an activated carbon sorbent developed specifically for the removal of phosphorus in waterphase applications. HydRestorTM pellets are designed to absorb problem nutrients in water which can cause algae to form in natural water bodies.

Commenting on the development, Managing Director Warren Murphy, said “The opportunity to present our technology at two of the largest water management exhibitions in the US market comes at the ideal time for the Company. We look forward to the marketing and networking opportunities these business development opportunities in the US market will provide, now that our core business operations are fully established in the region.”

Interestingly, earlier in the year, HydRestor™ technology secured a place under the Innovative Technology Grant program of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

To know more, read Carbonxt (ASX:CG1) wins Florida Innovative Technologies Grant for HydRestor™


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This annual industry event is the only trade show that targets both the US market and Latin America and the Caribbean. It has established a strong track record linking US-based manufacturers and distributors with buyers and other industry professionals.

This year, the event is being organised at the Miami Airport Convention Centre on 24 and 25 August.  

Several representatives from multiple US government municipalities and water treatment facilities as well as wastewater industry executives will be present at the event as buy-side attendees.

Do read: Carbonxt (ASX:CG1) marks entry into LNG sector with $2M contract, shares soar

One of the largest conferences in North America, the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) pulls in a global cohort of leading water industry executives. It will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.

The biggest annual event relating to water quality focuses on extending extensive professional development services. It gives attendees an opportunity to earn education credits, with a coordinated network of technical workshops addressing major wastewater issues faced worldwide.

Also read: Carbonxt Group (ASX:CG1) riding high on US economic recovery tailwinds

The fast-growing company has begun the development of renewably sourced biochar pellets.

Biochar, a byproduct of the pyrolysis of biomass, is a fine-grain residue that is rich in carbon, making it apt for use-cases in improving soil quality and agricultural carbon sequestration practices.

In the recent years, the biochar sector has emerged as a major new addressable market. There has been growing interest from global industries such as resource intensive industries which are increasingly focused on carbon reduction measures.

Carbonxt is uniquely positioned to enter this estimated US$1bn-plus addressable market due to its extensive R&D capabilities, world-renowned carbon experts, expertise in pellet manufacturing and its access to sources of renewable material.

Do Read: Learn how Carbonxt Group is unlocking opportunities in water treatment space  

In the second half of 2022, the company is expecting significant progress for project development as well as sales. Also, there can be more upbeat market updates as Carbonxt’s new Kentucky manufacturing facility is set for a mega launch in early 2023.

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9 June, 2022
 

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Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter in Aquatic Macrophytes Derived-Biochars

9 June, 2022
 

Dissolved organic matter in biochars (BDOM) influences the latter’s environmental applications. This study applied multiple spectra methods to expound the characteristics of BDOM in aquatic macrophytes (Alternanthera philoxeroides) biochars produced at different pyrolysis temperatures under sequential extractions (room-temperature water, hot water and a weak base). The results showed that the feedstock and the biochar produced at 200 °C, biochars produced at 300–500 °C and above 600 °C were unstable, metastable and stable, respectively, according to the release of dissolved organic carbon. One protein-like and four humic-like fluorophores were identified. The BDOM were dominated by humic-like components, and the pyrolysis of fluorescent components was hysteretic compared to the non-fluorescent materials. In addition, the relative molecular weight, aromaticity, and hydrophobicity of BDOM increased correspondingly under sequential extractions. High pH/temperature of extracting solution will lead to the BDOM with higher humification degree. This study also indicates humic acid and polysaccharide, as the fluorescent substance and the non-fluorescent substance, respectively, were more sensitive to pyrolysis temperature and changed firstly under sequential extractions. This study was beneficial for understanding the characteristics of BDOM at the molecular level and for predicting the possible effects and processes of biochars before large-scale applications.

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Development of biochar-impregnated alginate beads for the delivery of biocontrol agents for …

9 June, 2022
 

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Biochar as a Soil Amendment for Revitalizing Stockpiled Soils and Carbon Sequestration at …

9 June, 2022
 

Working in partnership with MEG Energy Ltd, the Applied Research Group in Natural Resource Technology at Saskatchewan Polytechnic will examine biochar’s role in revitalizing stockpiled soils by conducting a three-year assessment of black spruce growth and survival on a disturbed borrow pit site. Biochar is highly regarded for its ability to increase soil productivity due to high carbon content, organic matter volume, porosity, recalcitrance, and adsorptive characteristics. These qualities permit improved soil health through various pathways including the ability to selectively make-up for nutrient and microbial deficiencies through biochar inoculation. The research will assess twenty different control and experimental treatments involving various combinations of nutrient and microbe inoculants and microhabitat adjustments. Progress in soil revitalization research is likely to have significant bearing on the environmental sustainability of oilsands development in the western boreal forest.

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North American Biochar & Bioenergy Conference Set For August 8-11 In West Virginia

9 June, 2022
 

The Conference will focus on bridging scientific, industrial, practitioner, and policy gaps in biomass utilization for biochar and bioenergy production. 

The meeting will draw attention to biochar and bioenergy science, technology, and sustainability issues at local-to-global scales. 

The plenary speaker for the Conference is Benjamin “Benji” Baker, founder and president of the American Conservation Coalition, the largest market-based youth environmental organization.

The US Biochar Initiative promotes the sustainable production and use of biochar and has hosted the pre-eminent North American biochar conference since 2009.

Biochar is a solid, carbon-rich material produced via the high-temperature, low-oxygen processing of wood scraps, manures, poultry litter, and other low-value biomass feedstocks. 

While closely related to charcoal and activated carbon, the term ‘biochar’ is reserved for material intentionally produced for use as a soil amendment for agriculture or environmental remediation. 

It has demonstrated value for increasing soil carbon content; modulating soil hydraulic properties, pH, and cation exchange capacity; reducing nutrient losses through runoff and nitrous oxide emissions, and absorbing a wide variety of environmental contaminants. 

Biochar chemical and physical properties vary widely depending upon its source material and processing, however, and thus there are large R&D efforts within academia and industry to engineer better-performing and more sustainable chars.

To register and for more information, visit the North American Biochar & Bioenergy Conference website.

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9 June, 2022
 

In this article, you will get all the information regarding Temple Grad Given 30 Months in Prison for $54 Million ‘Green Scam’ by Mantria Corp. – NBC Los Angeles What to Know Two Temple University graduates started Mantria shortly after college. The company eventually had offices on City Avenue in Bala Cynwyd. Troy Wragg and … Read more


Effect of pH on dienestrol adsorption by coconut shell biochar

9 June, 2022
 

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The effect of solution pH on adsorption of dienestrol (DS) by coconut shell biochar (CSB) was investigated. The optimum solution pH was 5. This suggested that the strong chemical interaction of DS with the CSB. Therefore, CSB, as a green, environmental-friendly adsorbent, can be applied to the adsorption of contaminants in environment.

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Biochar Market 2022 by Companies, Key Applications, Industry Growth, Competitor Analysis …

9 June, 2022
 

 

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9 June, 2022
 

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9 June, 2022
 

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Influences of Biochar on Bioremediation/Phytoremediation Potential of Metal-Contaminated Soils

9 June, 2022
 

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Figure 1. Biochar fabrication from various agricultural wastes.

Table 1. Physical and chemical properties of biochar obtained from various plant residues and manure.

Figure 2. Possible benefits of biochar amendment in bio- and phytoremediation.

Figure 3. Phytoremediation potential of hyperaccumulator on metal-contaminated soil with and without the amendment of biochar.

Table 2. Biochar-assisted phytoremediation for metal- and metalloid-polluted soils.

Keywords: heavy metals, biochar, plants, bioremediation, phytoremediation

Citation: Narayanan M and Ma Y (2022) Influences of Biochar on Bioremediation/Phytoremediation Potential of Metal-Contaminated Soils. Front. Microbiol. 13:929730. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2022.929730

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Verra to release biochar methodology in July for soil and non-soil carbon projects

10 June, 2022
 

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The largest international carbon registry, Verra, plans to release a new methodology that will allow biochar projects to quantify their climate benefits and generate nature-based carbon removal credits, the registry said June 10.

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Biochar, a solid material made from heating up organic materials in the absence of air, contains high levels of carbon. When placed in the ground in agricultural applications, biochar can enhance soil nutrients to improve crop yield. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sixth Assessment Report, soil carbon management in agriculture can contribute 1.8-4.1 gt/year of CO2 reduction.

In July, Verra will release its biochar greenhouse gas accounting methodology through which biochar project developers can generate carbon credits to attract financing. The registry first began developing the methodology in 2020, saying that “biochar can contribute significantly to climate change mitigation when deployed at a massive global scale.”

But while the agricultural benefits of biochar are important on their own, there hasn’t been enough market incentive to scale the biochar industry to the levels needed to address climate change, said Liz Guinessey, manager of food and blue carbon innovations at Verra.

“Generally, the process of going through and producing biochar doesn’t really provide enough incentive,” Guinessey said during a June 10 press briefing. “However, the carbon sequestration potential certainly does incentivize that.”

Carbon credits generated by biochar projects fall within the nature-based removal category and are reflected by Platts Nature-Based Removal price assessments along with a basket of other nature-based projects, such as afforestation, reforestation and mangrove projects. The price nature-based credits was assessed June 10 at $10.25/mtCO2e.

Verra’s biochar methodology comes after scientific consensus recently coalesced around biochar and its ability to stably sequester carbon for long periods of time, Guinessey said. In 2020, Verra was spurred into creating the methodology after receiving continual requests from developers interested in launching biochar projects.

“I get about two to three emails a day from potential project developers asking when the methodology will be prepared for use,” Guinessey said. “We do expect to have a pretty robust pipeline of projects as soon as the methodology is approved.”

Verra’s approval process is rigorous, with several stages that involve working groups, public input, stakeholder consultations and external auditing. Once released, the methodology will be enable both soil biochar projects and non-soil projects – such as cement or asphalt applications – to generate nature-based credits. It will also allow for a diverse range of biomass products to be used as feedstock, so long as projects can demonstrate that the utilized biomass would otherwise be wasted.

Its accounting framework will capture carbon impacts up and down the biochar value chain, from feedstock sourcing to production stage and final application stage. Other monitoring mechanisms are embedded to protect against risks of sequestration reversal.

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phosphorus availability in soil incubated with biochar: adsorption study – SciELO

10 June, 2022
 

Considering the losses of phosphorus (P) in the soil by the adsorption process and that the use of biochar seems promising from the agricultural point of view, the aim of this research was to evaluate P adsorption by the Ultisol incubated with different biochar doses through kinetic and isothermal study. The experiment was carried out with poultry litter biochar pyrolyzed at 350 °C. Ultisol was incubated with increasing biochar doses, from 0.0 to 61.95 t ha-1. After 60 days, the phosphorus adsorption rate, kinetics and adsorption isotherms were evaluated. The results showed that the soil had the highest capacity to adsorb phosphorus (1.105 mg g-1). Biochar was not a good P adsorbent; regardless of the applied doses, it released P to the equilibration solution. Langmuir model was better at describing the adsorption of P. The pseudo-second order model fitted well to the adsorption kinetics of P, showing that the adsorption is chemically controlled. These results suggest that biochar can increase the availability of P, limiting adsorption; therefore, it could be used as a fertilizer and/or soil conditioner.

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10 June, 2022
 

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10 June, 2022
 


Co-catalysis of trace dissolved Fe(iii) with biochar in hydrogen peroxide activation for …

10 June, 2022
 

Activation of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) with biochar is a sustainable and low-cost approach for advanced oxidation of organic pollutants, but faces the challenge of a low yield of hydroxyl radical (˙OH). Herein, we hypothesize that the activation efficiency of H2O2 can be enhanced through co-catalysis of trace dissolved iron (Fe) with biochar. Two biochar samples derived from different feedstock, namely LB from liquor-making residue and WB from wood sawdust, were tested in the co-catalytic systems using trace Fe(III) (0.3 mg L−1). The cumulative ˙OH production in [Fe(III) + LB]/H2O2 was measured to be 3.28 times that in LB/H2O2, while the cumulative ˙OH production in [Fe(III) + WB]/H2O2 was 11.9 times that in WB/H2O2. No extra consumption of H2O2 was observed in LB/H2O2 or WB/H2O2 after addition of trace Fe(III). Consequently, the reaction rate constants (kobs) for oxidation of pollutants (2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and sulfamethazine) were enhanced by 3.13–9.16 times. Other iron species including dissolved Fe(II) and iron minerals showed a similar effect on catalyzing 2,4-D oxidation by biochar/H2O2. The interactions involved in adsorption and reduction of Fe(III) by biochar in which the defects acted as electron donors and oxygen-containing functional groups bridged the electron transfer. The fast regeneration of Fe(II) in the co-catalytic system resulted in the sustainable ˙OH production, thus the efficient oxidation of pollutants comparable to other advanced oxidation processes was achieved by using dissolved iron at a concentration as low as the concentration that can be found in natural water.

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Development of biochar-impregnated alginate beads for the delivery of biocontrol agents … – PubMed

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The competitive inhibition of aflatoxigenic fungi by non-aflatoxigenic Aspergillus flavus has proved to be an effective method to prevent and control peanut aflatoxin contamination, and most of the currently used inoculum carriers are grains. In this study, the reliability and efficiency of replacing grain kernels with novel chitosan-coated alginate-poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (PNIPAAm) beads impregnated with biochar (CSACB) were evaluated. Characterisation of the beads was performed by SEM, thermogravimetry analysis (TGA), and swelling properties analyses. The optimised CSACB beads had good physical stability, shelf life, and entrapment efficiency. In addition, the water-holding capacity and porous structure were excellent, as the biochar provided a beneficial microenvironment for the attachment and microbial growth of the biocontrol fungus. The effect of reducing aflatoxin in peanuts was verified experimentally. Collectively, the novel CSACB beads are suitable carriers of non-aflatoxigenic A. flavus for the biocontrol of peanut aflatoxin.

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Biochar Fertilizer Market Expected to reach US$ 7.7 Billion by the end of 2032 – FMIBlog

10 June, 2022
 

The global biochar fertilizer market size is expected to reach US$ 7.7 Billion by the end of 2032. Future Market Insights predicts the market to rise at an impressive CAGR of 7.1% between 2022 and 2032. According to the report, North America is expected to account for the leading share in the global biochar fertilizer market and is estimated to be experiencing robust growth over the forecast period. The high growth of the North America biochar fertilizer market is due to rapid population growth, urbanization, and, increasing demand for organic product.

“The rising awareness about organic products increases the demand for biochar fertilizer. Advancements in agricultural technologies such as the advent of pyrolysis which improves soil amendments, water consumption treatment reduction and carbon absorption methods used in biochar fertilizer will propel the growth for biochar fertilizer market

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In recent years more research and development technologies has been developed in the biochar industry. Companies such as Phoenix Energy, Pacific Pyrolysis, 3R ENVIRO Tech Group and Cool Plant Power Systems Inc. delivers pyrolysis technology to solve and manufacturer energy solutions. The manufacturers concentrate primarily on new product launch and strategic alliance, merger and acquisition, collaboration to extend their presence in the coming years.

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The value of Biochar Fertilizer in the North American region is 1.4 billion dollars, accounting for 38% of global Biochar Fertilizer value, with the United States holding a market share of 65 percent in the region. Growing consumer demand for organic foods will drive the growth of the biochar fertilizers market in the United States, as consumers shift their preferences toward foods with higher nutritional qualities.

The value of Biochar Fertilizer in the Asia-pacific region is 749 million dollars, accounting for 20% of the global Biochar Fertilizer market value. In the country’s agricultural fields, the usage of genetically modified crops has had an impact on soil and crop productivity. The use of biochar fertilizer in farming, which has been aided by various national research efforts, is projected to promote product recognition and consumption.

By Regional, Biochar Fertilizer Market is segmented as:

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The global molten salt thermal energy storage market is expected to expand significantly over the next few years. The growth of the molten salt thermal energy storage market largely hinges on advancements in the solar energy sector. As the energy industry embraces versatility of use, new avenues for renewable energy generation have come to the fore. The energy sector is making efforts to develop subsidiary platforms for generating renewable energy. These subsidiary platforms can complement the energy produced by large solar plants, offshore wind farms, and biofuel stations.

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Transparency Market Research (TMR) predicts that the global molten salt thermal energy storage market to expand at a significant CAGR of 25.10% between 2021 and 2031. The global value of the molten salt thermal energy storage market is likely to reach US$ 17 Bn by the end of 2031 from US$ 1.4 Bn in 2020.

Favorable Strides by Solar Industry Underpin Growth Prospects of Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market

Molten salt exhibits commendable thermal properties for storage of energy. This is a key consideration from the perspective of market growth. Furthermore, the need for ensuring a seamless supply of energy to solar-rich regions is boosting the demand for molten salt thermal energy storage.

Rise in Demand for Fresh Avenues for Renewable Energy Generation

The entire world is hit by a severe energy crisis as fossil fuel reserves continue to diminish. This factor has led environmentalists and energy scientists to develop robust systems for renewable energy generation. Hence, the global molten salt thermal energy storage market is projected to expand at a respectable pace in the near future. The commendable annual growth rate of the molten salt thermal energy storage market can be ascribed to the shift from non-renewable to renewable sources for energy generation.

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The need for complementing large solar power plants has brought molten salt thermal power stations under the spotlight of attention. It is expected that the energy sector would invite large-scale investments from regional and global bodies. Furthermore, rise in need for electricity across the industrial sector is estimated to drive the molten salt thermal energy storage market in the near future.

Development of Power Transmission Systems

The growth of the global molten salt thermal energy storage market majorly relies on advancements in the field of power supply. The availability of a robust system for electricity transmission could aid the growth of the global molten salt thermal energy storage market. Furthermore, seamless transmission lines and distribution networks generate confidence in investors to put their money into the renewable energy sector. Rapid pace of industrialization is another key dynamic of growth of the global molten salt thermal energy storage market.

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Some of the leading players in the global molten salt thermal energy storage market are Acconia S.A., AREVA, BrightSource Energy, Inc., Abengoa Solar S.A., SCHOTT AG, Siemens AG, and Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne, Inc. These vendors are expected to make efforts to obtain fresh investments from national authorities.

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Patriot's waste biomass to hydrogen systems are drawing all the right attention – Stockhead

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Patriot Hydrogen is working full steam ahead towards a planned listing on the ASX to support the delivery of their units to several potential clients.   

Patriot Hydrogen is going from strength to strength with the company generating substantial market interest from organisations looking at the business as a whole.  

The company has several enquiries from entities weighing up whether Patriot’s model — which has technology that can generate multiple carbon-free revenue streams — is a suitable acquisition for their business.  

The company says businesses across a variety of industries are excited by their pyrolysis system that converts waste biomass into five valuable revenue streams — biochar, syngas (dense hydrogen) for fuel or generating electricity into the grid, carbon credits and wood vinegar for fertiliser. 

While pyrolysis technology itself isn’t new, what is new  is the company’s goal of designing a smaller, modular system which can operate on lower amounts of waste as feedstock, be more mobile for different customers and can be purchased off-the-shelf. Energy in a Box essentially. 

“Our first unit has already been manufactured and is due to be delivered and commissioned for the customer at the end of July, start of August, and that will present us with the design framework towards modularisation ,” Patriot chairman Adam Giles said.  

“We will have one of the world’s first mobile hydrogen production units capable of powering isolated, regional and remote communities. Previously, this required the construction of multi-billion-dollar facilities that are extremely expensive to move.”  

The company says the units can be custom-fit for specific challenges and use various wastes for feedstock, meaning it can be scaled quickly across multiple markets.  

“The scalability of the technology is reflected in the large amount of interest we have received from a variety of industries. Due to our ability to tailor the units to certain feedstocks, we are confident we will be able to service most businesses across a wide range of industrial and commercial sectors.”   

“We have contracts with firms in South East Asia, most notably Singapore and Malaysia, who we have engaged to design us systems for modular pyrolysis energy production that can be designed to operate off multiple feedstock —  but our intention is to bring that technology home and manufacture here in Australia.”  

Success in designing a modular pyrolysis system will allow Patriot to progress its business model,. Their goal is  for potential customers to have the option of Patriot owning and managing the unit on site, or purchasing the unit and managing it themselves.

“Ultimately, we would like to get to a position where we can financially support the individuals, businesses and companies acquiring these assets and/or participate in an energy offtake arrangement because we will have the ability to bolt on energy production modules on the end of these in the future,” Giles added.  

The owner of the units will also be able to claim carbon credits while the waste owners get to claim offset credits. 

 “Everyone wins, particularly the environment and there is a sound economic return for shareholders,” Chairman Adam Giles told Stockhead. “It will also be a green hydrogen electricity generator selling into the market, all at below zero emissions. An environmentally positive waste recycling model that is both cashflow positive with negative emissions.” 

 

The company’s focus over the next few months is getting its first project commissioned and carrying out testing to check its success, reliability and the economic parameters around it.  

Once the company has a successful proof of concept, projects under development and a forward book  of orders going ahead, it will pursue a listing event, although word of mouth has it that there are three potential suitors looking to acquire Patriot before any listing event. 

The minimum of 12 additional operational plants around Australia and New Zealand over the next year will help advance the economics and systems of pyrolysis for Patriot in Australia and into the future. 

 

This article was developed in collaboration with Patriot Hydrogen, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.  

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Remediation of uranium-contaminated acidic red soil by rice husk biochar | SpringerLink

11 June, 2022
 

Uranium (U) in the U-contaminated acidic red soil exhibits high mobility. In the present study, rice husk was used to produce biochar to remediate U-contaminated red soil under acid precipitation. Firstly, batch adsorption experiments showed that the dissolution of alkaline substance in biochar could buffer the pH value of acidic solution. The equilibrium pH value had a crucial influence on biochar adsorption capacity of U, and the neutral equilibrium pH value was favorable for adsorption. Then, the incubation experiments of red soil with biochar were performed, and the Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure (SPLP) extraction of amended red soil showed that the short-term leachability of U was decreased from 26.53% in control group (without biochar) to 1.40% in 10% biochar-amended red soil. Subsequently, the sequential extraction showed that the fraction of U was mainly transformed from exchangeable and Fe/Mn oxide fraction to carbonate fraction after biochar amendment, and the total amount of exchangeable U and carbonate fraction U in soil was increased slightly. Finally, simulated acid rain leaching experiments showed that the capability of amended red soil to resist acid rain acidification was enhanced. And the long-term leachability of U in amended red soil was decreased from 26.37% in control group to 3.18% in the 10% biochar-amended red soil under the simulated acid rain leaching conditions. In conclusion, biochar has passivation effect on U in U-contaminated red soil, which can reduce the long-term and short-term mobility of U in acidic environments. This study provided an experimental basis for the application of biochar in remediation and improvement of U-contaminated acidic red soil.

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Magnesium Oxide Embedded Nitrogen Self-doped Biochar Composites – American Elements

11 June, 2022
 

Lead (Pb) pollution in natural water bodies is an environmental concern due to toxic effects on aquatic ecosystems and human health, while adsorption is an effective approach to remove Pb from the water. Surface interactions between adsorbents and adsorbates play a dominant role in the adsorption process, and properly engineering a material’s surface property is critical to the improvement of adsorption performance. In this study, the magnesium oxide (MgO) nanoparticles stabilized on the N-doped biochar (MgO@N-biochar) was synthesized by one-pot fast pyrolysis of an MgCl2-loaded N-enriched hydrophyte biomass, as a way to increase the exchangeable ions and N-containing functional groups and facilitate the adsorption of Pb2+. The as-synthesized MgO@N-biochar has a high performance with Pb in an aqueous solution with a large adsorption capacity (893 mg/g), a very short equilibrium time (< 10 min), and a large throughput (~4450 BV). Results show that this excellent adsorption performance can be maintained with various environmentally relevant interferences including pH, natural organic matter, and other metal ions, suggesting that the material may be suitable for the treatment of wastewater, natural bodies of water, and even drinking water. In addition, MgO@N-biochar quickly and efficiently removed Cd2+ and tetracycline. Multiple characterizations and comparative tests have been performed to demonstrate the surface adsorption and ion exchange contributed to partial Pb adsorption, and it can be inferred from these results that the high performance of MgO@N-biochar is mainly due to the surface coordination of Pb2+ and C=O or O=C-O, pyridinic, pyridonic, and pyrrolic N. This work suggests that engineering surface functional groups of biochar may be crucial for the development of high performance heavy metal adsorbents.


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11 June, 2022
 

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Mitigating the risk of mercury contamination in rice soils using environmental friendly amendments is essential to reducing the probable daily intake (PDI) of MeHg via rice consumption. Here, we examined the impacts of different doses (0% (control), 0.6% and 3%) of rice hull-derived biochar (RHB) and mixture of wheatrice straw-derived biochar (RWB) on the fractionation, phytoavailability, and uptake of total mercury and methylmercury by rice in Hg-polluted soil (THg = 78.3 mg /kg) collected from Wanshan Hg mining area. Both biochars increased rice biomass up to 119% as compared to control. Application of RHB and RWB significantly (p ó 0.05) decreased bioavailable Hg (soluble and exchangeable and specifically-sorbed fractions) concentrations by 55?71% and 67?72%, respectively. The addition of RHB significantly decreased MeHg concentrations in the soil. However, RWB (particularly at 3%) increased significantly MeHg concentrations in the soil as compared to the control and RHB treatments, likely due to the increased abundance of Hg-methylation microorganisms (e.g., Geobacter spp., Nitrospira spp.) in the RWB treatments. Both RHB and RWB significantly decreased MeHg concentrations in the rice grain by 55?85%. We estimated a reduction of the PDI of MeHg from 0.26 ?g/ kg bw/d of control to below the reference dose (0.1 ?g/ kg bw/d) of two biochar treatments. Our results highlight the potentiality of RWB and RHB for mitigating MeHg accumulation in rice and reducing PDI of MeHg via rice consumption, which offers a sustainable approach for management of Hg-polluted soils.

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Biochar as Phosphorus Conditioner in Substrate for Brazil Nut (Bertholletia excelsa Humb …

11 June, 2022
 

The aim of this study was to evaluate the interaction of biochar and phosphorus in substrate for seedling production of Brazil nut. A greenhouse experiment was carried out with the following treatments: five doses of biochar (0, 20, 40, 60 and 80 t ha-1) and effect of two levels of phosphorus (0 and 100 kg ha-1 of P2O5) with 4 replicates. The plant height, stem diameter and number of leaves were monthly evaluated. At the end of experiment (180 days), the plants were removed from the pots and were evaluated the dry weight of the seedlings (total, shoot and roots), absolute growth rate, height/diameter and shoot/root ratio, number of leaves, leaf gain and quality index of seedlings. There was a significant interaction between the biochar and phosphorus interaction. The elevation of the bioburden doses did not influence any variables with phosphorus. In the absence of phosphorus, the doses of up to 40 t ha-1 of biochar promoted the highest values of the analyzed variables. Higher doses of biochar (> 40 t ha-1) reduced the growth and seedlings quality, however, it was found that under phosphate fertilization, the seedlings were obtained better growth results.

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Zumwalt Acres presentation set for June 26 | Life | daily-journal.com

11 June, 2022
 

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According to their Facebook description, Zumwalt Acres is a regenerative agriculture initiative dedicated to restoring the soil, combating climate change and growing nourishing food. Apprentices, in conjunction with the program, plant trees, grow organic vegetables and produce biochar.

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Biochar in Agriculture for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals – Telegraph Books

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Mullite Refractory Market In 2022 : Increasing Demand In Commercial, Industrial Driving … – Xaralite

11 June, 2022
 

Mullite Refractory Market Insights 2022 : Global Mullite Refractory Market 2019 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024

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GreenGro Nature's Pride Lands Indoor and Outdoor Flower Bloom and Bud Dry Fertilizer …

11 June, 2022
 

Having a natural green thumb doesn’t come often. With the GreenGro Nature’s Pride Bloom Fertilizer, it doesn’t take a natural to get your garden blooming all throughout the summer. When taking care of your flowers, every gardener knows that a quality fertilizer is a must. This dry bloom fertilizer and plant food is carefully derived from Native American agriculture and progressive microbe technologies. Made with biochar and mycorrhizae, this product has a special focus on plant nutrition and soil health that encourages bountiful growth both indoors and outdoors. This formula can be used both as a stand-alone bloom food or in conjunction with the innovative Flower Finisher additive, making it the quintessential addition to your garden or lawn care routine. Just mix 1 cup of fertilizer per 1.5 cubic feet of soil for transplanting, or top-dress the surface of the soil and your potted plants and garden will be blooming in no time. Don’t stress over the health or lifespan of your beloved flowers. With the GreenGro Nature’s Pride Bloom Fertilizer, gardening just became much simpler.

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Biochar Stages 1&2 (PYR) – Fingerprint – Edinburgh Research Explorer

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Amine-functionalized magnetic biochars derived from invasive plants Alternanthera … – SpringerLink

11 June, 2022
 

In this study, novel magnetic biochars derived from Alternanthera philoxeroides and modified by different amines (hexanediamine, melamine, and L-glutathione) were successfully prepared by hydrothermal carbonization and employed as an efficient adsorbent for Cr(VI). When pH = 2.0, T = 25 °C, c0 = 100 mg/L, and the dosage of biochars is 0.05 g, the maximum adsorption capacity of Cr(VI) by pristine biochar (BAP) was 42.47 mg/g and modified biochars (MFBAP, MEBAP, LBAP) was 80.58, 62.26, and 55.66 mg/g, respectively. It was found that hexanediamine and melamine could enhance the SBET of biochars, while L-glutathione could reduce its SBET, which could be supported by BET measurement and SEM images. Adsorption kinetics and isotherm studies showed that the Cr(VI) adsorption process of MFBAP followed Elovich kinetic model and Langmuir isotherm, respectively, which means that it was mainly a chemical adsorption process. The characterization results proved that -NH2 derived from amines plays a significant role in removing Cr(VI), which is mainly degraded by complexation reaction, electrostatic interaction, and reduction. In sum, the biochar modified by amines has excellent Cr(VI) adsorption performance, highly enhanced SBET, and excellent recyclability, which is a promising candidate for solving the problem of invasive plants and wastewater treatment.

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This study was financially supported by the scholars of science and technology activities project of Sichuan province in 2018 and supported by Sichuan Science and Technology Program (2021JDRC0105), the Youth Development Foundation of Chengdu University of Technology in 2021, and State Environmental Protection Key Laboratory of Synergetic Control and Joint Remediation for Soil & Water Pollution (GHBK-2021–007).

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The adoption of sustainable agriculture has become crucial to address the challenges with global food crisis, improper use of synthetic/commercial fertilizers, nutrient imbalance, land degradation and to integrate agriculture with the circular economy. Hence, it is urgent to sustain the most appropriate levels of organic matter in degraded soils to stock carbon and maintain nutrient cycling. The last two decades have proven the auspicious use of biochar for sustainable plant production, mitigation of global warming, soil conditioning and soil pH amendment. Biochar is a potential source of slow long-term nutrient and water release and a convenient tool to solve environmental issues concerning soil additives and mining activities. Thus, it is suggested that biochar use in agricultural lands plays a vital role in minimizing the adverse impacts caused by climate change and in reducing threats to sustainable crop production.

There is now an urgent need to highlight works on biochar use as soil fertilizers and as a strategy to ensure carbon sequestration for proper scientific understanding and advancement. This is in agreement with the Land scope in land management including agriculture and forestry and addresses the journal subject areas of (1) land-related aspects of biodiversity and health and Soil-sediment-water systems in natural as well as agricultural systems; (2) land/soil erosion/degradation/restoration; (3) soil health and soil physics; and (4) Land-climate interactions including energy fluxes, carbon, and other biogeochemical cycles, and hydrological processes.

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Removal of Cd from aqueous solution by chitosan coated MgO-biochar and its in-situ …

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Soybean Yield Response of Biochar-Regulated Soil Properties and Root Growth Strategy

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Water pollution caused by heavy metals is of great concern because of rapid industrialization, lack of wastewater treatment, and inefficient removal of these metals from wastewater. The present project was designed to develop a green adsorbent from rice straw and to investigate it for the removal of chromium from chromium-contaminated water. Rice straw biochar was prepared and then modified with FeCl3·6H2O and FeSO4·7H2O to enhance its Cr removal efficiency. Modified and unmodified biochar were characterized by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS), and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Batch sorption experimentations were performed to inquire about adsorption kinetics, isotherms, and Cr(VI) adsorption mechanism onto iron-modified rice straw biochar (FMRSB). The results specified that the apex adsorption capability of the adsorbent for chromium was 59 mg/g and the maximum removal efficacy was 90.9%. Three isotherm models, Sips, Freundlich, and Langmuir models were applied to the experimental data. Among them, the Sips isotherm model reveals the most excellent fitting with a maximum correlation coefficient (R2 = 0.996) that was adjusted to the experimental data. Regarding kinetic studies, the Pseudo second-order (PSO) exhibits the best fitting with a higher correlation coefficient (R2 = 0.996). The kinetic equilibrium data expressed that the adsorption of Cr(VI) on the FMRSB surface was chemisorption. The mechanism of adsorption of Cr(VI) on FMRSB was predominantly regulated by anionic adsorption through adsorption coupled reduction and electrostatic attraction. The present study demonstrated that the use of modified biochar prepared from agricultural wastes is an environmentally safe and cost-effective technique for the removal of toxic metals from polluted water.


Garden circles are now barking at biochar – and for good reason! This is how you use "black …

12 June, 2022
 

Biochar is being talked about as a new wonder in gardening, a black gold that is revolutionizing the earth, but it has really been used in cultivation since time immemorial. Already in the ancient indigenous peoples of the Amazon region of South America, the poor land of the rainforest was converted into suitable arable land by adding carbon to it.

Coal is virtually eternal, so coal once mixed into the earth will continue to improve the condition of the earth for centuries or even thousands.

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Before mixing into the ground, biochar must be charged, ie absorbed nutrients. Otherwise, it can happen that the porous biochar added to the soil absorbs the nutrients already in it, and the plants are left without air.

Biochar can be loaded, for example, by using it as compost litter. As compost pretends, biochar replenishes nutrients there. Adding biochar to the compost is a good idea anyway, as it makes the compost faster. Biochar also curbs the smell of compost.

More quickly, biochar can be loaded by soaking it for a few days in a fertilizer hose, such as a bucket of nettle or urine.

It is good to mix the carbon after charging. A suitable amount of biochar is about a bucket per square foot.

Read also: Free fertilizer from behind: How to use urine as a fertilizer for garden and home plants

Biochar is made from organic materials at anaerobic and very hot temperatures.

All kinds of organic material are suitable for its production, as long as it is clean and dry: waste wood, twigs, trunks, hedge trimmings, cones, straw, reeds and dried weeds down to their roots.

Biochar can be bought ready-made from garden stores and supermarket gardens, but it can also be made yourself, for example with a cone carburetor, the tapered shape of which is ideal for making biochar. Manufacturing is equally successful in a cone-shaped pit dug into the ground.

Biochar is produced by burning organic materials in layers so that carbon-free carbon remains in the bottom layer of the cone carburetor or well. It is starting to turn into biochar.

A fire is ignited at the bottom of the carburetor and more ingredients are gradually added to the flames. To keep the combustion as clean as possible, the ingredients to be charred must be laid out airily. When the carbonizer starts to fill up, it’s time to quench the fire with plenty of water. This way the charcoal goes out and the ingredients do not have time to burn to ashes.

Proper timing may require a little practice. If you run out during extinguishing, some of the materials will not have time to turn into biochar. As a result of suppressing a fire that is too late, much of the material has time to burn to ashes.

Cooling charcoal is good for fluff and to make sure there are no fires left. Finally, the cooled coals are crushed by hand by compression or with a shovel into a fine crush of about 10 mm.

Carbonization is equated with making an open fire, so it must be taken into account when doing so forest fire warnings.

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Exploring biochar as a nature-based solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

13 June, 2022
 

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Biochar, charcoal produced from plant material and stored underground for a long time, can emerge as a nature-based solution that could help in climate mitigation and address sustainable development goals, a new review suggests.

The review by a team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT Delhi) estimates that biochar could sequestrate an average of 376.11 megatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent carbon in the soil, and could help India reduce 41.41–63.26% of emissions from agricultural and its allied activities.

In addition, biochar is a potential natural solution to improve soils, as it increases soil fertility and microbial activity; and can be added as a compost. It also can help in water treatment, which would help it address sustainable development goals (SDGs) focusing on good health and well-being, clean water and sanitation, the review led by Priyanka Kaushal, assistant professor at IIT’s Centre for Rural Development and Technology, says.

An added benefit is biochar’s potential use to adsorb heavy metals such as such as lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic. Products made using these heavy metals are heavily used in agriculture, and industries such pigmentation, building materials, and water transporting pipes.

Based on their estimates of biochar potential from various crop residues, the IIT team reports that the conversion could cut down the release of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide; oxides of nitrogen and sulphur; and deadly pollutants such as volatile organic compounds, very fine polluting particles and soot.

Biochar has also shown tremendous potential for carbon dioxide capture and storage, their report in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews says. High surface area and lower activation energy play a key role in adsorption of carbon dioxide.

The scientists estimate that in India, biochar conversion of 517.82 mega tonnes (MT) of crop residues and soil application at 20 tonnes per hectare could sequestrate an average of 21 MT carbon dioxide equivalent of carbon due to enhanced crop yield.

Similarly, soil amelioration could sequestrate 311 MT of carbon dioxide equivalent carbon in the top one metre of soil due to reduced mineralisation of soil organic carbon, and save about one MT of nitrogen and about half an MT phosphorus each year.

The IIT team is the first to offer more precise estimates of biochar production, net energy potential after deducting energy consumed in its production, and percentage efficacy of production, Kaushal told Mongabay-India. For example, one has to factor in the energy used in its transport, and its processing including materials used in the conversion. “We have described the entire flow process diagram and net estimates.”

The research’s importance lies in its attempts to estimate the true environmental footprint of biochar production, says Kaushal. Pre-processing crop residues such as chopping and drying, transportation, storage, and handling, and biochar production require significant heat and energy; as do removing the up to 30% moisture from fresh crop residues through sun-drying, solar drying, and preheat treatment.

Also, several factors affect biochar production, the IIT authors report. These include the processing temperature, heating rate, reactor pressure, and the biomass type such as the presence of lignin, cellulose, hemicellulose, inorganic substances, and moisture.

The findings add to previous findings by Rajpal Shetty, scientist at the Institute of Botany, Plant Science and Biodiversity Centre Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, and his colleagues on the potential of biochar obtained from different feedstocks. Shetty’s team worked on the potential of biochar obtained from feedstocks such as eucalyptus, rice husk, and bamboo, on decreasing soil acidity, especially aluminium toxicity in highly acidic soils. Acidic soils, a major problem in India, usually tend to have low soil fertility and suppress crop growth, requiring remediation, Shetty explains.

His team’s results suggest that biochar, which is alkaline and has good adsorption capacity, has the potential for treating soil acidity and aluminium toxicity. Biochar from eucalyptus wood was found to consistently decrease soluble and exchangeable fractions of aluminium in soils. Rice husk biochar improves crop yield in only acid soils without aluminium. “So, site-specific study needs to be conducted before applying biochar.”

Shetty says that biochar has great potential for soil amalgamation and reducing dependence on synthetic fertilisers to increase/maintain crop yield. “The reduced ecological footprint of synthetic fertilisers is essential to achieving sustainability in India’s agricultural production in the long term.”

Kaushal and Shetty are confident about the role of biochar in climate mitigation – efforts to reduce or prevent greenhouse gas emissions. Shetty says biochar is rich in carbon and can be added to waste soils and forest lands to sequester carbon. Biochar has been reported to fix greenhouse gas emissions from soil, for example, nitrous oxide emissions, says Shetty. And it will reduce the dependence on the energy-guzzling synthetic fertilisers industry.

An added advantage is that converting crop waste and other agricultural residues to biochar can be an alternative solution to crop burning issues in India, which also contributes to warming.

A study published in 2021, which analysed the carbon footprint of four different methods to dispose of one tonne of municipal waste – disposing in an authorised landfill, disposing in an informal landfill, composting and in a biochar reactor – showed “the very clear potential for climate change mitigation from biochar production using low tech and therefore accessible technology in a typical developing world context.” The study reports that “the carbon footprint of producing biochar was lower than for composting and biochar and compost both had carbon footprints significantly lower than landfilling.”

But Priyadarshini Karve, who started her company Samuchit EnviroTech in Pune, which works on biochar kilns and offers training in its use, says that with agri waste processing, there is a need to be more cautious. “Mitigation is about stopping extra carbon dioxide (and other GHGs) from going into the atmosphere,” she points out. “The one and the only way to do this is to reduce the use of fossil energy.”

One concern is that “one may indulge in excess use of energy and then compensate for the emission by carbon sequestration through biocharring,” says Karve. “This will not solve the climate change problem in the long term. We must mitigate greenhouse gas emissions first by reducing consumption of energy and material goods.”

There are concerns over the cost implications too. The labour cost involved in biocharring is high and, therefore, converting the char into saleable products may be the only way farmers would agree to use the process, says Karve. “In that case, the sequestration, at least directly in the farm from where the biomass came, may not happen. On the other hand in non-fuel applications ultimately the char will end up in some soil somewhere.”

Karve says the process will have capital expenses and operating expenses, and the portable kilns that her company develops do not require additional land. But the main bottleneck will be the labour cost.

Shetty too says that the biochar technology “is always expensive at its initial stage.” However, the price decreases over time as the demand picks up, which in turn spurs innovation and competition.

India is a largely agrarian country, with plenty of crop residues and agricultural wastes to produce biochar. “So, once commercialised products are available, over time it can be affordable for the small and marginal farmers,” Shetty says.

Another major problem, says Karve, is that in India biocharring will not work during the four months of monsoon rains. Also, there is a need to dispose of agri wastes only during the harvesting season, and there may not be sufficient amounts of biomass wastes available to keep the kilns operational to full capacity at other times of the year.

“All of these limitations have prevented this process from taking off as a business activity,” says Karve. “However it can work as a side business for small and marginalised farmers.” Her company’s portable biochar kiln, for example, costs less than Rs. 10,000.  “If the farmers adopt the strategy of using the agri waste to make biochar and manufacture and sell biochar-based products it might even create an additional income stream for them,” she says.

There are other bottlenecks. Soil types differ throughout India, as do the properties and effects of biochar, point out Shetty. “So, all types of biochar may not be suitable for every type of problem and site (in India).”

Also, lab studies need to be replicated in the field conditions to study the true impact before making unanimous recommendations. “So, more research needs to be done on controlling the desirable properties of biochar and also simplifying the processes involved in biochar production,” he says.

There is also a need for certification of the quality of biochar too, says Shetty. He cites the example of some companies in Europe that claim to have European certification for producing commercial biochar like NOVO CARBO GMBH, Swiss Biochar GmbH, Sonnenerde, and Carbonex.

Biochar application is at a nascent stage in Indian agriculture. It would require extensive adoption of biochar as an eco-fertiliser to benefit enhanced soil health and crop yields.

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Summary of H.R. 4504: Tribal Biochar Promotion Act of 2021 – GovTrack.us

13 June, 2022
 

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Tribal Biochar Promotion Act of 2021

This bill establishes biochar demonstration projects. Biochar refers to carbonized biomass produced by converting feedstock through reductive thermal processing for nonfuel uses.

Specifically, the bill directs the Department of the Interior (for land under Bureau of Land Management jurisdiction) and the Department of Agriculture (for land under Forest Service jurisdiction) to enter into agreements with tribes or tribal organizations to carry out biochar demonstration projects. These projects must support the development and commercialization of biochar on Indian forest land or rangeland and in nearby communities by providing them with reliable supplies of feedstock from federal lands.

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This document shows that the effect of biochar on pH, total PAH levels, and microbial levels is …

13 June, 2022
 

This document shows that the effect of biochar on pH, total PAH levels, and microbial levels is highly dose-dependent. It is argued that biochar could be a valuable climate mitigation option.

This research found some benefits of applying biochar to the vineyards, such as a higher production in dry years due to the higher water retention capacity of the soil.

This article presents an ancient viticulture technique called the ‘hanged vineyard’ (vinha do enforcado’).

This article presents some of the benefits of using an agroforestry approach to viticulture, which is slowly being replaced by monocultures.

This document identifies the main diseases and pests and addresses paths to solutions, based on scientific knowledge and practical experiences from vine-growers and advisers in the different EU wine producing regions.

To integrate the local temperature variability at vineyard scale, daily fine scale temperature maps were produced using a downscaling method. Then bioclimatic indices were mapped at the vineyard scale with RCP 4.5 et 8.5 scenarios for the current period and future periods (2031-2050 and 2081-2100).

This report is particularly fitted to the development of local adaptation options to climate change European wine growing regions. It aims to assist winegrowers in building adaptation strategies to ensure the maintenance of wine quality and sustainable production.


British farmers being paid to bury burnt wood as part of new carbon capture trial – The Mirror

13 June, 2022
 

A ground-breaking scientific trial is paying farmers to take tonnes of burnt wood and bury it in the ground as part of cutting-edge carbon capture research.

The £31.5m environmental study, led by Nottingham University's Professor Snape, aims to place 200 tonnes of the charcoal-like substance under woodland and farmland in an attempt to improve British soil health and turn waste carbon into a useful nutrient. Biochar is the carbon-rich solid by-product of wood and other materials when burnt at 600 degrees in an oxygen-free environment.

Some small-scale gardening and farming already use biochar and ash as a form of soil fertiliser, but Professor Snape aims to discover if techniques like this can be used to help the UK meet its net-zero carbon goals. Researchers have already ploughed 15 tonnes of the waste carbon into British soil, but will also explore how scattering biochar and using it to create new woodland areas can help reduce and negate the country's carbon footprint.

Manager of the carbon capture project, Genevieve Hodgins, said to NewScientist : “The key thing is that all of these greenhouse gas removal technologies, we need to test their viability.

"We need to figure out how big a slice of the pie biochar is. It’s about not putting all our eggs into one basket, of one magical technology that will save us.”

Professor Snape's team will review how this affects the soil's health over time by measuring everything from worms to crop yields and comparing their results with similar plots of land. However, the majority of this carbon is likely to be placed into forest floors as 10 times as much of the waste product can be placed in non-food-producing land.

It is estimated that the UK will produce 150 million tonnes of biochar by 2050, making finding a purpose for it key to sustainable waste recycling in the future. Professor Snape hopes that it will be easy for the public to wrap their heads around, saying: “It’s something that looks like coal going back into the ground. People understand that coal, oil and gas came out of the ground and created the state we’re in today.”

The engineering professor envisions that, if the idea were scaled up for widespread deployment, the biochar would be made from dried-out food waste and waste products from sawmills. However, to pass regulations, the researchers are using biochar made from just wood.

The first results of this, literally, groundbreaking research will come in Autumn 2023, and could see many more tonnes of biomass waste turned into a useful byproduct to fertilise British fields.

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13 June, 2022
 

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A critical review of biochar-based nitrogen fertilizers and their effects on crop production and …

14 June, 2022
 

Globally, nitrogen (N) fertilizer demand is expected to reach 112 million tonnes to support food production for about 8 billion people. However, more than half of the N fertilizer is lost to the environment with impacts on air, water and soil quality, and biodiversity. Importantly, N loss to the environment contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. Nevertheless, where N fertilizer application is limited, severe depletion of soil fertility has become a major constraint to sustainable agriculture. To address the issues of low fertilizer N use efficiency (NUE), biochar-based N fertilizers (BBNFs) have been developed to reduce off-site loss and maximize crop N uptake. These products are generally made through physical mixing of biochar and N fertilizer or via coating chemical N fertilizers such as prilled urea with biochar. This review aims to describe the manufacturing processes of BBNFs, and to critically assess the effects of the products on soil properties, crop yield and N loss pathways.

A comprehensive review of technology has been undertaken from biochar-based nitrogen fertilizers (BBNFs).

Kinetics and mechanisms of the slow-release of N from BBNFs are revealed.

BBNFs enhanced soil properties, N retention in soil and crop yield, and improved N use efficiency.

For most agricultural systems, nitrogen (N) is the most limiting nutrient for productivity, thus compromising economic sustainability. To address this limitation, synthetic N fertilizers are applied to about 135 million Ha of agricultural land. However, these synthetic N inputs also have a range of environmental consequences including the contamination of groundwater resources (Wang et al. 2019), surface water contamination leading to eutrophication (Ayele and Atlabachew 2021), damage to reefs (Lapointe et al. 2019), gaseous losses contributing to acid rainfall (Penuelas et al. 2020) and greenhouse gas emissions (Puga et al. 2020). It has been reported that about 50 million tonnes of reactive N are released per year into the environment (Bodirsky et al. 2014).

Nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) has been broadly defined as the amount of fertilizer N that is utilized by plants in both the current and subsequent seasons (Hirose 2011). Delivering increased NUE is of paramount importance to ensure food security for a diminished area of arable land (Zhang et al. 2015) while minimizing off-site environmental impacts.

One of the key strategies to achieve greater NUE is to improve the synchrony between N supply and crop demand (Fageria and Baligar 2005). Slow-release N fertilizer has been shown to achieve this outcome (Wen et al. 2017). Some novel enhanced efficiency fertilizers such as nano structured slow-release fertilizer (Gurusamy et al. 2017), slow-release fertilizer hydrogel (Ramli 2019), lignin-based controlled release fertilizer (Chen et al. 2020a, b), brown coal based slow-release N fertilizer (Saha et al. 2021), and carbon-based slow-release fertilizer (Rashid et al. 2021), have shown benefits to crop production with lower impacts on the environment.

While the production and environmental benefits of enhanced efficiency N fertilizers (EENFs) are well demonstrated, the economic efficiency should also be taken into consideration. There is a paucity of information on the economic costs or benefits of EENFs, however, Khakbazan et al. (2013) have shown that the controlled release urea products typically have a lower net revenue of production compared to conventional urea application. To address this consideration, a body of literature is emerging on the use of biochar as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly carrier for N fertilizer. Biochar is a stable carbon (C)-rich material that is highly porous with a large surface area (Bolan et al. 2022; Chen et al. 2022b), possessing many functional groups (Zhang et al. 2021a, 2022; Basak et al. 2022). Therefore, biochar has become a versatile material for removing contaminants from water (Niazi et al. 2018; Yin et al. 2021; Chen et al. 2022a) and air (Zhang et al. 2019, 2021b), enhancing soil productivity (Li et al. 2018; Sun et al. 2019; Chen et al. 2022c), mitigating climate change (Lu et al. 2019; Song et al. 2019), and remediating soils contaminated with potentially toxic elements (Lu et al. 2014; Pan et al. 2021; Yang et al. 2021,