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Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It's Expensive

11 December, 2020
 

Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It’s Expensive


Biochar Market Projected to Witness Robust Development by 2027

11 December, 2020
 

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New York, NY — (SBWIRE) — 12/11/2020 — The report offers a panoramic view of the Biochar industry, and, at the same time, offers useful insights into the estimated Biochar market size, revenue share, and sales & distribution networks over the forecast years (2020-2027). Such insights help readers outline the key outcomes of this industry in the near future and assist businesses involved in this sector in decision-making and formulating lucrative business plans. Venture capitalists are the primary addressees of this report, which gives them a vivid conception of the competitive spectrum of the global Biochar market.

In the further segment of the report, researchers have provided the latest coverage of the profound impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on the global Biochar market. The coronavirus outbreak has led to drastic changes in the current Biochar business landscape, limiting the growth opportunities for various manufacturers and buyers in this industry for the next few years. The report discusses the existing scenario of the market while making speculations about its post-COVID-19 scenario. Moreover, the report offers an exhaustive Biochar market overview and elaborates on the financial standing of the leading players in the current market situation. Eventually, the report offers conclusive data related to market growth on both the regional and global levels.

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Global Biochar Market Scope:

A broad Biochar market segmentation is the focal point of the report that includes the product type gamut, application spectrum, end-user industry landscape, significant geographical regions, and the top market contenders. The report contains expert opinions on the current market scenario, past market performance, production & consumption rates, demand & supply ratio, and revenue generation forecasts over the estimated period. The report further assesses the financial positions of the key players, with a particular focus on their gross profits, sales volumes, sales revenue, manufacturing costs, and other financial ratios. Our expert team has employed several analytical tools like investment assessment, SWOT analysis, and Porter's Five Forces Analysis to accurately evaluate the production capacity of the Biochar market.

Key participants include Diacarbon Energy Inc., Cool Planet Energy Systems Inc., Agri-Tech Producers LLC, Biochar Products Inc., Vega Biofuels Inc., Phoenix Energy, Pacific Pyrolysis, The Biochar Company, Clean Biofuels BV, and Biochar Supreme LLC, among others.

For the purpose of this report, Reports and Data have segmented the global biochar market on the basis of technology, distribution channel, application, and region:

Technology Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons, Revenue, USD Million; 2017-2027)

Pyrolysis
Gasification
Others
Distribution Channel Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons, Revenue, USD Million; 2017-2027)

Online
Offline
Application Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons, Revenue, USD Million; 2017-2027)

Livestock
Farming
Others
Regional Analysis of the Biochar Market:

The global Biochar market is categorized into several leading geographical regions, including North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. The report emphasizes the demands and trends for the market, more essentially, in the global market that is spread across the major regions of the world. Under this section of the report, the global Biochar market presence across the major regions in terms of the global market share, market size, revenue contribution, sales network, and distribution channels has been analyzed.

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Who are the distributors, traders, and dealers of this market?

What are the market opportunities and risks affecting the performance of the vendors in the global Biochar market?

What are the sales and revenue estimations for the top manufacturers in this market over the projected timeline?

Highlights of the TOC:

1. Report Overview
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Key Biochar market segments
1.3 Major players
1.4 Market analysis by product
1.5 Market analysis by application
1.6 Report timeline

2. Global Growth Trends
2.1 Global Biochar market size
2.2 Latest Biochar market trends
2.3 Key growth trends

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3.1 Global Biochar market key players
3.2 Global Biochar size by manufacturers
3.3 Products of major players
3.4 Entry barriers in the Biochar market
3.5 Mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic alliances

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Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It's Expensive

11 December, 2020
 


Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It's Expensive

11 December, 2020
 

Biochar, a charcoal-like substance made from burning organic materials in a low or zero-oxygen environment, can improve the quality of soil and trap carbon dioxide in the earth for potentially hundreds, or even thousands, of years. 

But a recent study suggests that it may also have another benefit: it could reduce irrigation costs for farmers, thanks to its highly porous and water-absorbent properties.

The meta-analysis, published in GCB Bioenergy, found that mixing biochar with sandy-textured soils could increase the amount of water the soil stored, meaning farmers would need less water to irrigate their crops and could recycle water from rainfall and runoff, said Jennifer Kroeger, a fellow at the Science and Technology Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., who led the study. 

Warming temperatures due to climate change are making droughts longer and more frequent, particularly in arid regions of the United States. Experts say that biochar may help alleviate the effects of climate change by saving on wasted water from irrigation, fixing carbon into the soil and—if produced at an industrial scale—potentially compete with polluting energy sources such as oil and gas. 

In a 2019  special report on climate change and land degradation, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said that biochar “can improve soil chemical, physical and biological attributes, enhancing productivity and resilience to climate change.”

Jeff Schahczenski, an agricultural and natural resource economist with the National Center for Appropriate Technology, a Montana-based nonprofit dedicated to sustainable energy and agriculture, said that using biochar was still expensive for farmers “because there hasn’t been economies of scale.” 

But he added that in locations like Montana, where raw materials to produce biochar could be sustainably sourced and where biochar could significantly improve the quality and water-retention properties of the soil, these benefits could make investment in this technology worthwhile. 

“It’s going to be locationally specific. It’s not something you can just throw across the entire United States and say, it’s going to be efficient and economic,” Schahczenski said.

Steve Charter, a rancher from Montana, said he uses biochar to improve the soil and grass quality of his land for cattle grazing. He adds biochar to a nutrient-rich worm manure mixture—also known as vermicast—which he spreads over his land. Doing so, he said, allows more rainfall to be absorbed, enriches the soil and allows the vermicast to cover a larger surface area.

For now, using biochar is relatively costly, he said, but he hopes the investment will pay off once the market grows and the benefits associated with biochar result in higher quality and more sustainable beef. 

“I think it could be developed where it would be cost effective. But right now, it’s kind of questionable,” Charter said.

The researchers who conducted the new study found that in regions like Florida, northern parts of Michigan and Nebraska, biochar could increase the amount of stored water by 72 to 74.5 percent, according to their highest estimates. 

The researchers’ model also estimated that biochar would be effective in regions of the United States like California and Arizona, that frequently face periods of severe drought.

“The water benefits are a really big deal, especially as we move into an earth system where we’re going to be seeing more rain and so potentially more flooding, simultaneously with more droughts,” said Caroline Masiello, professor of earth, environmental and planetary sciences at Rice University in Houston, the study’s senior author.

The research provides added incentive for farmers and agricultural stakeholders to use biochar, a technology that promises to play an important role in improving soil quality and reducing carbon emissions relating to land use, said David Laird, a retired professor of soil science at Iowa State University, who was not involved in the study. 

However, some experts question whether the findings will be enough to sway farmers to begin using biochar. Little is known about what crops, soils, irrigation and management systems would be most cost-effective, said Andrew Zimmerman, a professor of biogeochemistry at the University of Florida, who also did not participate in the study. 

Information about biochar is also not always readily available to farmers, making a transition away from more traditional agricultural practices unlikely, he added.

The new analysis looked at 16 peer-reviewed studies that investigated the effects on water storage capacity of mixing biochar with sandy soils, both in the laboratory and in real-world settings. The team considered how factors like biochar type, particle size and the proportions mixed with soil could affect its water holding capacity.  

Kroeger and the team found that biochar made from decomposed wood, straw, shells and non-traditional raw materials stored water less effectively than biochar made from grass. They also found that biochar with larger particle sizes trapped more water, compared with smaller particles. 

Biochar is filled with water-trapping pores that help it act like a sponge and that, when mixed into soil, rearrange how densely it is packed, creating additional spaces to store water, Kroeger said.

The research team also created a model estimating which regions of the United States would show the greatest percentage change in water holding capacity from using biochar. They found that areas with the sandiest soil textures—including the Northeast, West and Southeast—would reap the most benefits.

Rather than striving to account for all the water and biochar-associated costs in an economic model, the Rice University researchers created a mathematical formula that farmers could use to tailor the costs to their own practices. 

Some experts argue that the lack of a comprehensive economic analysis means it’s still unclear whether the water storing advantages of biochar translate into cost savings for farmers. “They could have taken a wide range of costs [associated with biochar], and then said, OK, in this place, you’re going to see economic benefit from it. And this place, you’re not,” says Zimmerman.

Doing so, however, would be enormously complex, said Laird, since costs ultimately depend on a wide array of factors, from biochar and soil type to irrigation and management systems employed.

It’s also hard to discern what regions should adopt biochar, said Zimmerman. In Florida, for instance, citrus and winter vegetables that rely on irrigation might benefit from the application of biochar, but the state is not water stressed. 

Things get even more tricky when trying to determine which specific crops would most benefit from biochar application. While some crops, like wheat and corn, respond well to biochar-mixed soils, others, like kiwi fruits and potatoes may actually see a decline in yields, Masiello said.

 “If you’re a farmer and you’re trying to make plans, you want to know: Is this right for my soil type? Is this right for my crop?” she said.

The team applied their economic model using data from a site at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Agricultural Water Management Network. They calculated that biochar could lead to a 38 percent reduction in irrigation need, compared with soil without biochar added in. 

But some experts question the assumptions underpinning these calculations. The study presupposes a biochar application rate that is more than double what you would expect on an average U.S. farm, said Andrew McGuire, an irrigated cropping systems agronomist at Washington State University, who was not involved in the study. It also doesn’t account for this in the economic model, making it difficult for farmers to know what the true cost of using biochar may be, he added. 

Without resolving some of these key questions it’s unlikely that farmers will feel motivated to adopt biochar to their agricultural practices anytime soon, said Laird.

For now, it is predominantly small-scale farmers willing to spend extra money to experiment on their crops that are driving the market for biochar, Zimmerman said. Compared to other products used to improve soil quality—such as fertilizers and commercial adsorbents—biochar prices are still running high across the United States, according to a 2019 study. A major reason for the high prices is that industrial-scale production of biochar is virtually non-existent, said Laird. 

Charter, the Montana rancher, said he is keenly aware that he is only one of few farmers in the United States adopting biochar in their farming practices. The reason, he said, comes down to just how novel this technique is to farmers across the nation.

“We’re a very small percentage of people thinking about this. More and more people are coming to these ideas, but it’s all very new,” he said.

Laird said approaches that put a price on carbon, rewarding farmers for using carbon-sequestering techniques such as biochar and providing disincentives for methods that pollute the climate, might be the way forward. Such strategies will make biochar more lucrative, and make biofuel—a byproduct of some forms of biochar production—more competitive with oil and gas. It might also help the industry switch away from using biomass to generate electricity to using it for producing biochar, he added. 

But, Laird said, until priorities change, and scientists find out more about biochar’s properties, the future of the technology remains uncertain.

Jonathan Moens is a reporter for InsideClimate News and a graduate student at NYU’s Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. Before moving to New York, Jonathan obtained a master’s degree in cognitive sciences at University College London, where he studied human perception. His work has appeared in outlets including Yale E360, Atlas Obscura and The Correspondent, where he writes about topics at the intersection of environment, culture and psychology. 
You can reach Jonathan at jonathan.moens@insideclimatenews.org or on Twitter @jonathan_moens.

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Biochar Market Size 2020 Analysis, Growth, Vendors, Shares, Drivers, Challenges with Forecast …

11 December, 2020
 

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Biochar Market 2020-27: Overview and Forecast With Product Types, Applications, CAGR Analysis …

11 December, 2020
 

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Global Inert Gas Protection Box Market 2020 Product Type, Applications, Key Players and …

11 December, 2020
 

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11 December, 2020
 

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Farm stubble to biochar — to spice up crop yield | Delhi Information

13 December, 2020
 

In line with the brand new and renewable power ministry, he mentioned, the annual availability of biomass within the nation is at the moment estimated at 500 million metric tonnes. “Tragically, a big portion of unused crop residues is burned within the fields after harvest, inflicting critical air air pollution and producing carbon dioxide that contributes to international warming. It additionally causes an enormous lack of carbon feedstock that can be utilized to enhance soil fertility.”
Mohan claimed SES had discovered a sustainable different to it. “As a substitute of burning agricultural waste, we are able to conduct pyrolysis — the heating of biomass within the absence of oxygen. This will help amend the soil, emit much less CO2 and return a better carbon fraction to the soil.”
Biochar may assist in rising the water holding capability of soil, rising its natural carbon. “We witnessed eggplants grown with out biochar exhibiting about 36% of its authentic progress in seven weeks versus 53% within the soil amended with rice-husk biochar,” Mohan identified.
Transformed into nice powder or activated right into a cartridge, biochar can take away pollution resembling fluoride, phosphate and arsenic from groundwater, the professor mentioned.
“We’re growing applied sciences for farmers to construct reactors of their farms, the place they’ll convert stubble into biomass and use it as a fertiliser. We began the method in Rohtak early this 12 months, however couldn’t proceed because of Covid-19,” he mentioned. SES has used many such reactors on the JNU premises to create biochar and even bio-oil.
Stating that the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Local weather Change has recognised biochar as an efficient methodology of decreasing air pollution, Mohan mentioned, “This expertise additionally promotes the Prime Minister’s imaginative and prescient of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and even helps Swachh Bharat Mission.”

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Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It's Expensive

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Delhi: Farm stubble to biochar — to boost crop yield | Delhi News

13 December, 2020
 

According to the new and renewable energy ministry, he said, the annual availability of biomass in the country is currently estimated at 500 million metric tonnes. “Tragically, a large portion of unused crop residues is burned in the fields after harvest, causing serious air pollution and producing carbon dioxide that contributes to global warming. It also causes a huge loss of carbon feedstock that can be used to improve soil fertility.”
Mohan claimed SES had found a sustainable alternative to it. “Instead of burning agricultural waste, we can conduct pyrolysis — the heating of biomass in the absence of oxygen. This can help amend the soil, emit less CO2 and return a higher carbon fraction to the soil.”
Biochar can also help in increasing the water holding capacity of soil, increasing its organic carbon. “We witnessed eggplants grown without biochar exhibiting about 36% of its original growth in seven weeks versus 53% in the soil amended with rice-husk biochar,” Mohan pointed out.
Converted into fine powder or activated into a cartridge, biochar can remove pollutants such as fluoride, phosphate and arsenic from groundwater, the professor said.
“We are developing technologies for farmers to build reactors in their farms, where they can convert stubble into biomass and use it as a fertiliser. We started the process in Rohtak early this year, but could not continue due to Covid-19,” he said. SES has used many such reactors on the JNU premises to create biochar and even bio-oil.
Stating that the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has recognised biochar as an effective method of reducing pollution, Mohan said, “This technology also promotes the Prime Minister’s vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and even supports Swachh Bharat Mission.”

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Biochar reduced bioavailable Cd in pore-water (Cdpore-water) and BCR (CdFi+Fii).

Established predictive model between soil bioavailable Cd and Cd in lettuce root.

Cdpore-water was better predictor for Cd content and enzyme activity in lettuce.

Biochar reduced bioavailable Cd in pore-water (Cdpore-water) and BCR (CdFi+Fii).

Established predictive model between soil bioavailable Cd and Cd in lettuce root.

Cdpore-water was better predictor for Cd content and enzyme activity in lettuce.

Metal bioavailability controls its behaviors in soil-plant system, especially involved in biochar amendment. This study compared a rhizospheric pore-water extraction against a BCR sequential extraction method to understand cadmium (Cd) bioavailability in two typical Chinese soils. Soils were spiked with five levels of Cd (CdCl2) and remediated with 3% corn-straw derived biochar. After 60 days of lettuce growth, Cd accumulation and enzyme activities in tissues were analyzed. Results showed that biochar increased soil properties (pH, CEC and SOM) compared to un-amended soils, but decreased contents of bioavailable Cd in soil pore-water (Cdpore-water) and BCR extracted Cd (CdFi+Fii). Contents of Cdpore-water were lower in yellow-brown soils than that in red soils. Pearson analysis showed that bioavailable Cd is negatively correlated with soil pH and CEC (p < 0.05). Cd accumulation in lettuce roots and leaves both were decreased by biochar addition, and the established linear equations proved that soil Cdpore-water is the best predictor for Cd accumulation in lettuce roots (r2 = 0.964) and in leaves (r2 = 0.953), followed by CdFi+Fii. Transfer factor (TF) values of Cd from roots to leaves were lower than 1, and slightly better correlated with soil Cdpore-water (r = −0.674, p < 0.01) than CdFi+Fii (r = −0.615, p < 0.01). Aggregated boosted tree (ABT) analyses indicated that soil properties together with Cdpore-water contribute more than 50% to root enzyme activities. Collectively, soil Cdpore-water is a promising predictor of Cd bioavailability, accumulation and toxicity in soil-plant system with biochar addition.


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Feedstock composition affected pyrolysis processes and fractions of SSBB and LCBB.

Appropriate applications in soils were suggested for SSBB and LCBB.

Strategies for reducing PTEs and PAHs in biochars were proposed.

Feedstock composition affected pyrolysis processes and fractions of SSBB and LCBB.

Appropriate applications in soils were suggested for SSBB and LCBB.

Strategies for reducing PTEs and PAHs in biochars were proposed.

To deeply assess the feasibility of sewage sludge-based biochars for use in soil applications, this review compared sewage sludge-based biochars (SSBBs) with lignocellulose-based biochars (LCBBs) in terms of their pyrolysis processes, various fractions and potential soil applications. Based on the reviewed literature, significant differences between the components of SSBB and LCBB result in different pyrolysis behavior. In terms of the fractions of biochars, obvious differences were confirmed to exist in the carbon content, surface functional groups, types of ash fractions and contents of potential toxic elements (PTEs). However, a clear influence of the feedstock on labile carbon and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) was not observed in the current research. These differences determined subsequent discrepancies in the soil application potential and corresponding mechanisms. The major challenges facing biochar application in soils and corresponding recommendations for future research were also addressed. LCBBs promote carbon sequestration, heavy metal retention and organic matter immobilization. The application of SSBBs is a promising approach to improve soil phosphorus fertility, immobilize heavy metals and provide available carbon sources for soil microbes to stimulate microbial biomass. The present review provides guidance information for selecting appropriate types of biochars to address targeted soil issues.


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Shoot yield (fresh weight) of lettuce grown on soil 1 under different biochar and N application rates. Growing cycle 1 = GC1 and Growing cycle 2 = GC2. Values for each growing cycle with different letter within each bar are significantly different (P < 0.05)


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According to the brand new and renewable power ministry, he stated, the annual availability of biomass within the nation is at the moment estimated at 500 million metric tonnes. “Tragically, a large portion of unused crop residues is burned in the fields after harvest, causing serious air pollution and producing carbon dioxide that contributes to global warming. It also causes a huge loss of carbon feedstock that can be used to improve soil fertility.”
Mohan claimed SES had discovered a sustainable different to it. “Instead of burning agricultural waste, we can conduct pyrolysis — the heating of biomass in the absence of oxygen. This can help amend the soil, emit less CO2 and return a higher carbon fraction to the soil.”
Biochar also can assist in rising the water holding capability of soil, rising its natural carbon. “We witnessed eggplants grown without biochar exhibiting about 36% of its original growth in seven weeks versus 53% in the soil amended with rice-husk biochar,” Mohan identified.
Converted into effective powder or activated right into a cartridge, biochar can take away pollution similar to fluoride, phosphate and arsenic from groundwater, the professor stated.
“We are developing technologies for farmers to build reactors in their farms, where they can convert stubble into biomass and use it as a fertiliser. We started the process in Rohtak early this year, but could not continue due to Covid-19,” he stated. SES has used many such reactors on the JNU premises to create biochar and even bio-oil.
Stating that the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has recognised biochar as an efficient technique of decreasing air pollution, Mohan stated, “This technology also promotes the Prime Minister’s vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and even supports Swachh Bharat Mission.”

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13 December, 2020
 

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The initial idea behind the Future Forest Company was to sequester carbon dioxide through reforestation and afforestation. Scotland does not currently have much forested land, and what little there is is mostly plantation forest, containing only one or two tree species, which are often genetically modified. Through large scale models, Mann hopes to create a market that can compete with these commercial operations. Wanting to focus on natural solutions, the goal, in Mann’s words, is “the right tree, the right place” to restore habitat for native species. Recognizing that planting trees alone is not enough to tackle climate change, Mann decided to add biochar and rock dust to capture more carbon dioxide.

 

After a long period of small scale experimentation and fundraising, Future Forest bought 2,000 acres on the rainy Isle of Mull. Located on the west coast of Scotland, Mull has a large supply of basalt. There is a small quarry on Future Forest’s land, which is a source of rock dust for remineralization. Any basalt from their land cannot be taken off the property, so they also purchase a byproduct from a nearby basalt mine about five miles down the road. The rock dust is about three millimeters, similar to the size of sand grains. Future Forest then grinds it to 0.1 millimeters, approximately 140 mesh, and although they do not yet have their own grinding equipment, it will be arriving soon. With a reliable source of rock dust, Future Forest is well equipped to remineralize.

Simultaneously applying biochar and rock dust supports soil fungi, which associate with tree roots and speed up the breakdown of the basalt. This makes cations from the rock dust accessible to trees, accelerating growth. The biochar absorbs the excess cations, and by keeping the environment damp, it increases the amount of time that rainwater (which is abundant on the Isle of Mull) is in contact with the basalt. Longer contact time for rainwater means more carbon sequestration via enhanced weathering.

Soils with a lot of fungi can also store more carbon than those with a lower fungal/bacteria ratio. If the soil is undisturbed, the transition to a fungi-dominated system typically takes about three decades. However, using a fungi-rich compost can accelerate fungal colonization from approximately 30 years to one year.

Although not proven scientifically, observations suggest that biochar can act as a growth medium for fungus by creating a carbon mesh that protects the hyphae from predators. Thus, rock dust + biochar + fungus in the presence of rainwater accelerates tree growth, enhances weathering, and increases soil carbon sequestration, all contributing to Future Forest’s climate mitigation goals. Mann explains the tripartite approach as a way to supercharge the process and restore degraded soils.

 

To further the impact of these forestry operations, Mann is integrating technological innovation into the forestry enterprise. Future Forest will be using renewable power for the rock crushing, thus removing the largest energy challenge for remineralization. To apply rock dust and biochar, Future Forest is at first designing their forests to be accessible for four-wheel drive vehicles.

Overtime, Mann hopes to scale up his operation and to increase the amount of rock dust used in his forests. He is balancing the need for drastic climate mitigation action with the need to watch out for secondary effects that are not necessarily known. Although basalt is generally very safe, there is the potential for unintended consequences with high application rates in a very rainy area. Along with the Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation, he is monitoring the downstream effects of large-scale remineralization. This is both to avoid negative outcomes that could result and also to observe the potential positive effects, which include reduced ocean acidification and increased fertility for photosynthetic microorganisms, particularly if remineralization is implemented at a large scale globally.

As a for-profit company, generating a return on investment for shareholders is a priority, and already Future Forest is breaking even, no longer reliant on external funding to grow. Although they can reinvest the profits, he would like to scale the organization more quickly. Having already raised about $7 million, the company is now looking to raise over $30 million to purchase more land and grow the team. He has set an ambitious goal to acquire and reforest 50,000 hectares in Scotland over the next five years.

Among their existing projects is Brodoclea, 430 acres of land just south of Glasgow, Scotland. “Our forest, Brodoclea is planted with mixed deciduous trees just like the native forest would have been. The planting plan, approved by Scottish Natural Heritage, adheres to our ethos to plant the right tree in the right place at all times.” As Future Forest grows, Mann hopes to demonstrate that it is possible to cost effectively reforest Scotland and make a profit while doing so.

 

Anyone who would like to take part can buy a tree or an entire forest! As explained on the Future Forest website, “We’re on a mission to plant 50 million trees in the UK by 2030, by giving the gift of a forest you would be helping us on our way to reaching this goal. We plant trees in the UK, so you could visit your forest from time to time and see how it is growing.”

Mann recognizes that the time to take action on climate change is now. He founded the Future Forest Company on the conviction that there is not enough time to go through major social and political change before taking climate action, and that he could have the largest impact by working within the existing capitalist system to sequester carbon through innovative forestry techniques. Still in its early stages, the company is off to a strong start and holds promise for large scale tree planting and remineralization.

 

Emma Cutler holds a PhD in engineering sciences from Dartmouth College and a BA in math and environmental studies from Bowdoin College. Currently working on flood vulnerability assessments in the Great Lakes, she has experience in systems modeling for climate adaptation and studied sustainable agriculture movements in Sri Lanka as a Fulbright research student. She is passionate about translating science to non-technical audiences and incorporating science into decision making for climate action.


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Market Research Report Covers Impacts of COVID-19 To The Market.

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The report covers extensive analysis of the key market players in the market, along with their business overview, expansion plans, and strategies. The key players studied in the report include:

The examination of the Asia Pacific Biochar industry provides an in-depth analysis of the key market drivers, opportunities, challenges, and their impact on the working of the market. The technological advancements and product developments, driving the demands of the market are also covered in the report.

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Geographically, the market is spread across several key geographical regions, and the report covers the regional analysis as well as the production, consumption, revenue, and market share in those regions for the forecast period of 2020-2027. The regions include North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa.

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‘There has been extensive discussion, some of it data-based1 but much of it speculative, on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on suicide. Since death by suicide requires thorough investigation by professionals, such as coroners, collecting timely data on these deaths is challenging. Self-harm, an important public health concern in its own right, often precedes suicide, and can be used as a proxy outcome to identify how the pandemic has affected population mental health.

There is _____ indication that the pandemic has caused self-harm rates to increase in the UK. This finding is consistent with international data on suicidal behaviour,5 but important caveats apply. The pandemic is an ongoing and evolving situation. The rates of self-harm might yet increase because the wellbeing of many people has undoubtedly been affected. Data are sparse and any effects will not be uniform. At present, the reduction in the use of health-care services is perhaps the most important finding because self-harm often occurs at a point when an individual is in crisis or distressed.

The consequences of reduced clinical contact at this time are unknown. Going forward, the evidence and the key principles of care for self-harm have not changed. Health-care services need to be made accessible, high quality assessments must be made available, and people who self-harm should be able to access the interventions they need.’

Source:

Kapur, N., Clements, C., Appleby, L., Hawton, K., Steeg, S., Waters, K., & Webb, R. (2020). Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the frequency of primary care-recorded mental illness and self-harm episodes in the UK: population-based cohort study of 14 million individuals. Lancet Psychiatry. doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(20)30528-9 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2215036620305289

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Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Spain, Personality, Social, Family, Work, Psychology

‘Results indicated that women and young reported higher anxiety, depression, conflict between work and family relationship, conscientiousness, and extraversion. Men reported higher emotional stability. The variables considered predicted a substantial percentage of variance on anxiety (36%), depression (38%) and life satisfaction (19%), with a significant relative contribution of personality traits. People with poorer psychological health also showed more conflict between work and family relationships. Working at office was more related to ______ while working at home was more related to ______. We noted that the influence of impact of job status and conflict between work and family relationship as mental health as performance might depend on individual differences. Depression, anxiety and life satisfaction were predicted by personality and social/work variables, which highlights the importance of consider these variables to address mental health in this situation.’

Source:

López-Núñez, M. ª.. I., Díaz-Morales, J. F., & Aparicio-García, M. E. (2021). Individual differences, personality, social, family and work variables on mental health during COVID-19 outbreak in Spain. Personality and Individual Differences, 172, 110562. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2020.110562 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886920307534

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Employee, Mental Health, Career, Furlough, Occupational Health

‘Highlights
• Relationships between employees’ work status, mental health, substance use, and career turnover intentions.

• Empirical study focused on restaurant employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

• Working employees experienced _______ psychological distress than furloughed employees.

• Working employees used more drugs and alcohol than furloughed employees.

• Psychological distress increased drug and alcohol use, and career turnover intentions.

• All employees increased their substance use and had a desire to seek future employment in alternate industries.’

Source:

Bufquin, D., Park, J.-Y., Back, R. M., de Souza Meira, J. V., & Hight, S. K. (2021). Employee work status, mental health, substance use, and career turnover intentions: An examination of restaurant employees during COVID-19. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 93, 102764. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhm.2020.102764 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0278431920303169

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, NIMH, Impact, Mental Health, Suicide

‘A public–private partnership, led by mental health advocate Patrick Kennedy and the head of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Joshua Gordon, MD, PhD, want urgent action to address the wave of mental illness and suicide caused by to COVID-19.

“Our country is in serious _____ about the full impact of mental health in this country and certainly as part of this pandemic,” said former congressman Kennedy, co-chair of the Action Alliance’s Mental Health & Suicide Prevention National Response to COVID-19, at a briefing unveiling the group’s new six-priority Action Plan.’

 

Source:

Ault, A. (2020). Kennedy, NIMH Demand Urgent Action on COVID-19 Mental Health Toll. Medscape. Retrieved from https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/942474

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Mental Health, Adolescent Fathers

‘What is commonly seen during national crises and disasters is that those who are impoverished, unemployed, marginalized, and represent ethnic minority groups are disproportionately harmed physically, emotionally, economically, and __________ (Fortuna et al., 2020). One such group that has been impacted by the pandemic are adolescent fathers. This population is already a vulnerable population due to limited social, economic, environmental, and organizational support as they adapt to their parenting roles and provide for their child (Recto & Lesser, 2020).

While there is a growing concern about the burden of ill-health that fathers experience, adolescent fathers continue to be an underserved and understudied population. In this paper, we discuss the challenges these young men are facing during the pandemic, as well as existing opportunities in nursing practice and community-based partnerships that can be leveraged to support the mental health needs of young fathers.’

Source:

Recto, P., Lesser, J., Moreno-Vasquez, A., Zapata, Jr., J., & Idar, A. Z. (2020). Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Adolescent Fathers during COVID-19: Opportunities for Nursing Practice and Community-Based Partnerships. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 33301367. Retrieved from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33301367

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Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Mental Health, Impact, Self-Harm, Suicide

‘There has been extensive discussion, some of it data-based1 but much of it speculative, on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on suicide. Since death by suicide requires thorough investigation by professionals, such as coroners, collecting timely data on these deaths is challenging. Self-harm, an important public health concern in its own right, often precedes suicide, and can be used as a proxy outcome to identify how the pandemic has affected population mental health.

There is _____ indication that the pandemic has caused self-harm rates to increase in the UK. This finding is consistent with international data on suicidal behaviour,5 but important caveats apply. The pandemic is an ongoing and evolving situation. The rates of self-harm might yet increase because the wellbeing of many people has undoubtedly been affected. Data are sparse and any effects will not be uniform. At present, the reduction in the use of health-care services is perhaps the most important finding because self-harm often occurs at a point when an individual is in crisis or distressed.

The consequences of reduced clinical contact at this time are unknown. Going forward, the evidence and the key principles of care for self-harm have not changed. Health-care services need to be made accessible, high quality assessments must be made available, and people who self-harm should be able to access the interventions they need.’

Source:

Kapur, N., Clements, C., Appleby, L., Hawton, K., Steeg, S., Waters, K., & Webb, R. (2020). Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the frequency of primary care-recorded mental illness and self-harm episodes in the UK: population-based cohort study of 14 million individuals. Lancet Psychiatry. doi: 10.1016/S2215-0366(20)30528-9 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2215036620305289

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Spain, Personality, Social, Family, Work, Psychology

‘Results indicated that women and young reported higher anxiety, depression, conflict between work and family relationship, conscientiousness, and extraversion. Men reported higher emotional stability. The variables considered predicted a substantial percentage of variance on anxiety (36%), depression (38%) and life satisfaction (19%), with a significant relative contribution of personality traits. People with poorer psychological health also showed more conflict between work and family relationships. Working at office was more related to ______ while working at home was more related to ______. We noted that the influence of impact of job status and conflict between work and family relationship as mental health as performance might depend on individual differences. Depression, anxiety and life satisfaction were predicted by personality and social/work variables, which highlights the importance of consider these variables to address mental health in this situation.’

Source:

López-Núñez, M. ª.. I., Díaz-Morales, J. F., & Aparicio-García, M. E. (2021). Individual differences, personality, social, family and work variables on mental health during COVID-19 outbreak in Spain. Personality and Individual Differences, 172, 110562. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2020.110562 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886920307534

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Employee, Mental Health, Career, Furlough, Occupational Health

‘Highlights
• Relationships between employees’ work status, mental health, substance use, and career turnover intentions.

• Empirical study focused on restaurant employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

• Working employees experienced _______ psychological distress than furloughed employees.

• Working employees used more drugs and alcohol than furloughed employees.

• Psychological distress increased drug and alcohol use, and career turnover intentions.

• All employees increased their substance use and had a desire to seek future employment in alternate industries.’

Source:

Bufquin, D., Park, J.-Y., Back, R. M., de Souza Meira, J. V., & Hight, S. K. (2021). Employee work status, mental health, substance use, and career turnover intentions: An examination of restaurant employees during COVID-19. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 93, 102764. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhm.2020.102764 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0278431920303169

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, NIMH, Impact, Mental Health, Suicide

‘A public–private partnership, led by mental health advocate Patrick Kennedy and the head of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Joshua Gordon, MD, PhD, want urgent action to address the wave of mental illness and suicide caused by to COVID-19.

“Our country is in serious _____ about the full impact of mental health in this country and certainly as part of this pandemic,” said former congressman Kennedy, co-chair of the Action Alliance’s Mental Health & Suicide Prevention National Response to COVID-19, at a briefing unveiling the group’s new six-priority Action Plan.’

 

Source:

Ault, A. (2020). Kennedy, NIMH Demand Urgent Action on COVID-19 Mental Health Toll. Medscape. Retrieved from https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/942474

Intel

Category: Covid-19 CME

Topic: COVID-19, Pandemic, Mental Health, Adolescent Fathers

‘What is commonly seen during national crises and disasters is that those who are impoverished, unemployed, marginalized, and represent ethnic minority groups are disproportionately harmed physically, emotionally, economically, and __________ (Fortuna et al., 2020). One such group that has been impacted by the pandemic are adolescent fathers. This population is already a vulnerable population due to limited social, economic, environmental, and organizational support as they adapt to their parenting roles and provide for their child (Recto & Lesser, 2020).

While there is a growing concern about the burden of ill-health that fathers experience, adolescent fathers continue to be an underserved and understudied population. In this paper, we discuss the challenges these young men are facing during the pandemic, as well as existing opportunities in nursing practice and community-based partnerships that can be leveraged to support the mental health needs of young fathers.’

Source:

Recto, P., Lesser, J., Moreno-Vasquez, A., Zapata, Jr., J., & Idar, A. Z. (2020). Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Adolescent Fathers during COVID-19: Opportunities for Nursing Practice and Community-Based Partnerships. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 33301367. Retrieved from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33301367

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People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

Fever or chills

Cough

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Wash hands – keep washing your hands regularly

Cover face – wear a face covering in enclosed spaces

Make space – stay at least 2 metres apart – or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions

Latest R number range for the UK

0.8-1.0

Latest growth rate range for the UK

-3% to -1%

per day

An R number between 0.8 and 1.0 means that on average every 10 people infected will infect between 8 and 10 other people.

A growth rate between -3% and -1% means the number of new infections is shrinking by between 1% and 3% every day.

The UK estimates of R and growth rate are averages over very different epidemiological situations and should be regarded as a guide to the general trend rather than a description of the epidemic state. Given the increasingly localised approach to managing the epidemic, particularly between nations, UK level estimates are less meaningful than previously.

 

Region R Growth rate % per day

England 0.8-1.0 -3 to 0

East of England 0.9-1.0 -2 to +1

London 0.9-1.1 -1 to +1

Midlands 0.8-0.9 -4 to -1

North East and Yorkshire 0.7-0.9 -5 to -3

North West 0.7-0.9 -5 to -3

South East 0.9-1.1 -2 to +1

South West 0.7-1.0 -4 to 0

Last update: Friday 4 December 2020

Source: Gov.uk

More UK regions: Scotland Gov.scot, Northern Ireland Northernireland.gov.uk, Wales Gov.wales

 

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🇨🇦 Ottawa, Ontario 

COVID-19 symptoms 

Symptoms of COVID-19 can vary from person to person. They may also vary in different age groups.

Some of the more commonly reported symptoms include:

Children tend to have abdominal symptoms and skin changes or rashes.

Symptoms may take up to 14 days to appear after exposure to COVID-19.

You can infect others even if you aren’t showing symptoms.

The virus can be spread to others from someone who’s infected but not showing symptoms. This includes people who:

Source: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/

 

⚕️ World Health Organisation (WHO) Coronavirus

🌐 Geneva, Switzerland 

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalisation.

Most common symptoms:

Fever

Dry cough

Tiredness

Less common symptoms:

Aches and pains

Sore throat

Diarrhoea

Conjunctivitis

Headache

Loss of taste or smell

Rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes

Serious symptoms:

Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath

Chest pain or pressure

Loss of speech or movement

Seek immediate medical attention if you have serious symptoms.  Always call before visiting your doctor or health facility.

People with mild symptoms who are otherwise healthy should manage their symptoms at home.

On average it takes 5–6 days from when someone is infected with the virus for symptoms to show, however it can take up to 14 days.

Source: WHO Coronavirus

 

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End User Product Type Segments is pegged to have a Significant Impact on Growth of the Biochar

12 December, 2020
 

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Global Granular Biochar Market Trends, Opportunities, Drivers, Challenges & Porter's Five Forces …

14 December, 2020
 

The global Granular Biochar market is valued at US$ xx million in 2020 is expected to reach US$ xx million by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2021-2026.

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The research report includes specific segments by Type and by Application. This study provides information about the sales and revenue during the historic and forecasted period of 2015 to 2026. Understanding the segments helps in identifying the importance of different factors that aid the market growth.

Global Granular Biochar Market: Competitive Analysis

This section of the report identifies various key manufacturers of the market. It helps the reader understand the strategies and collaborations that players are focusing on combat competition in the market. The comprehensive report provides a significant microscopic look at the market. The reader can identify the footprints of the manufacturers by knowing about the global revenue of manufacturers, the global price of manufacturers, and sales by manufacturers during the forecast period of 2015 to 2019. Key companies profiled in this report are Diacarbon Energy, Agri-Tech Producers, Biochar Now, Carbon Gold, Kina, The Biochar Company, Swiss Biochar GmbH, ElementC6, BioChar Products, BlackCarbon, Cool Planet, Carbon Terra, etc.

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Global Granular Biochar Market: Regional Analysis

The Granular Biochar market is analysed and market size information is provided by regions (countries). The report includes country-wise and region-wise market size for the period 2015-2026. It also includes market size and forecast by Type and by Application segment in terms of sales and revenue for the period 2015-2026.

The key regions covered in the Granular Biochar market report are:

Table of Contents:

1 Granular Biochar Market Overview

1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Granular Biochar

1.2 Granular Biochar Segment by Type

1.3 Granular Biochar Segment by Application

1.4 Global Granular Biochar Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

2 Global Granular Biochar Market Competitions by Manufacturers

2.1 Global Granular Biochar Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

2.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

2.3 Global Granular Biochar Average Price by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

2.4 Manufacturers Granular Biochar Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type

2.5 Granular Biochar Market Competitive Situation and Trends

2.6 Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

2.7 Primary Interviews with Key Granular Biochar Players (Opinion Leaders)

3 Granular Biochar Retrospective Market Scenario by Region

3.1 Global Granular Biochar Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020

3.2 Global Granular Biochar Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

3.3 North America Granular Biochar Market Facts & Figures by Country

3.4 Europe Granular Biochar Market Facts & Figures by Country

3.5 Asia Pacific Granular Biochar Market Facts & Figures by Region

3.6 Latin America Granular Biochar Market Facts & Figures by Country

3.7 Middle East and Africa Granular Biochar Market Facts & Figures by Country

4 Global Granular Biochar Historic Market Analysis by Type

4.1 Global Granular Biochar Sales Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

4.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

4.3 Global Granular Biochar Price Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

4.4 Global Granular Biochar Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Global Granular Biochar Historic Market Analysis by Application

5.1 Global Granular Biochar Sales Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

5.2 Global Granular Biochar Revenue Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

5.3 Global Granular Biochar Price by Application (2015-2020)

6 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Granular Biochar Business

6.1 Company 1

6.1.1 Corporation Information

6.1.2 Company 1Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue

6.1.3 Company 1Granular Biochar Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

6.1.4 Company 1Products Offered

6.1.5 Company 1Recent Development

6.2 Company B

6.3 Company C….and so on

7 Granular Biochar Manufacturing Cost Analysis

7.1 Granular Biochar Key Raw Materials Analysis

7.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure

7.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Granular Biochar

7.4 Granular Biochar Industrial Chain Analysis

8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers

8.1 Marketing Channel

8.2 Granular Biochar Distributors List

8.3 Granular Biochar 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 Granular Biochar Market Estimates and Projections by Type

10.2 Granular Biochar Market Estimates and Projections by Application

10.3 Granular Biochar Market Estimates and Projections by Region

10.4 North America Granular Biochar Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)

10.5 Europe Granular Biochar Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)

10.6 Asia Pacific Granular Biochar Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)

10.7 Latin America Granular Biochar Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)

10.8 Middle East and Africa Granular Biochar Estimates and Projections (2021-2026)

11 Research Finding and Conclusion

12 Methodology and Data Source

12.1 Methodology/Research Approach

12.2 Data Source

12.3 Author List

12.4 Disclaimer

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Specially designed biochar key to research project on fertilizer

14 December, 2020
 

Samples of biochar made from hay waste, left, and manure waste, right, from a dairy.

Eun Sung Kan created a unique biochar process that will help clean crop water runoff after the use of dairy manure as a fertilizer.

Southwest Regional Dairy Center’s newly renovated lagoon.

Constructed catchments equipped with an H-flume and automatic water sampler will be used to monitor water quality at the edge of field.

Collecting cores using a hydraulic probe to evaluate the fate of nutrients throughout the top 3 feet of the soil profile.

Dairy manure is a natural crop fertilizer, and Texas A&M AgriLife scientists believe they have discovered a way to make sure that the valuable resource stays on crops, where it is applied as a fertilizer, and out of waterways, where it is a potential pollutant.

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Tarleton State University scientists are joining forces to develop and demonstrate a biochar-assisted phytoremediation system for enhancing water quality during dairy manure application in the Stephenville and Vernon crop production areas. Biochar is a charcoal-like compound made through gasification from waste, including manure.

This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service through the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) program.

The premise of the research is the specially designed biochar — created by using heat, pressure and other adjuvants — produces unique carbon structures tailored for dairy and other waste material. This unique biochar, when used in conjunction with growing plants, can help enhance the water quality of any potential runoff.

“The nexus between agriculture and water quality is incredibly important research, particularly in Texas,” said Patrick Stover, vice chancellor for Texas A&M AgriLife, dean of the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and director of Texas A&M AgriLife Research. “These findings will further improve how we marry agriculture and health, and are a positive step forward toward understanding how we can make dairy manure a beneficial adjuvant to the ecosystem.”

The project’s lead scientist is Eun Sung Kan, an AgriLife Research biological engineer at the AgriLife Research center at Stephenville, with joint appointments in Texas A&M’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering and at Tarleton State University. Kan concentrates his research on using a unique biochar he has developed to transform wastewater into water for agricultural needs.

“Not all biochar is created equal,” said Bill McCutchen, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center director at Stephenville. “Some will bind phosphorus and ammonia better and also amend soil, so we not only help agricultural areas, but also prevent runoff of phosphorus and other contaminants into streams and reservoirs, which is the lifeblood between the rural-urban nexus.”

Joining Kan on the project are Jim Muir, grassland ecologist, and Barb Jones, dairy professor, both of whom also have joint positions with AgriLife Research and Tarleton State. Paul DeLaune, AgriLife Research soil scientist, Vernon, and Jeff Brady, genetics specialist, Stephenville, will also participate.

The Tarleton State University College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is particularly pleased about this grant, said W. Stephen Damron, dean of Tarleton’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

“Not only is the work much needed, but the grant emphasizes the value of the AgriLife/Tarleton partnership,” Damron said. “Drs. Kan, Jones and Muir have joint appointments with AgriLife and Tarleton State University. By joining forces, we bring more person power and resources to the project to help ensure its success.”

Damron said Tarleton students also benefit, as several graduate and undergraduate students will work on the project, gaining much-needed research experience and technical and analytical skills.

Jones said on average, a dairy cow will secrete over 100 pounds of manure daily. So, the manure needs to be properly handled through nutrient management plans, which all dairies have on their farms.

Some farms vacuum the manure slurry from the barn and apply it directly to the land, weather and permits allowing. Other farms, including the Southwest Regional Dairy Center, use recycled effluent to wash the manure slurry from the barns. The flushed effluent travels through various stages to separate out bedding and manure solids before landing in the lagoon. Still other farms may scrape out manure slurry into manure pits.

“Manure is a valuable resource to the farm as it is rich in nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus,” Jones said. “Farms will use manure as a natural fertilizer to enhance plant growth.”

At issue is the manure’s nutrient content, especially its high levels of nitrogen and phosphorus. When manure is applied to fields, nutrients can potentially leach to groundwater or run off and accumulate in surface water bodies, resulting in algal blooms.

Kan said not only does the specifically designed biochar remove phosphorus and ammonia, but also provides agronomic benefits to the soil and plants by slowly releasing these nutrients as plants need them.

“Several previous projects have applied biochar to make the plants grow and to fertilize the soil,” he said. “But no one has demonstrated how biochar enhances water by removing pollutants from water runoff. The biochar process eliminates contaminants and pathogens. In this project, we have a special biochar we will crush into a powder and spray it on a crop to mix with the soil to remove the phosphorus, ammonia and active bacteria that pollute waterways as runoff.”

The biochar should enhance plants’ ability to recycle nutrients from the soil, a process called phytoremediation, Muir said.

“Our proposal uses biochar to stabilize the nutrients until pasture plants have time to pick them up and use them,” he said. “Then dairies can feed these plants to cows, completing the cycle.”

Over the past few years, Kan has been perfecting this new biochar process. He has proven the concept in the greenhouse but not in the field, he said.

“These CIG grants are directed at applying technology that is already created and tested,” Muir said. “CIG provides the funding to take it from the research level to application in the field. This is an application project.”

The project will determine the efficiency and economics of biocarbon-enhanced phytoremediation on reactive nitrogen and phosphorus from dairy manure in the water and soil. The team will integrate field-scale research, laboratory analyses and systematic evaluation.

The research will redistribute dairy nutrients on perennial forage-based systems on AgriLife Research property near Stephenville. In addition, some of the biochar will be transported to the Vernon area where DeLaune will look at its use in regenerative agriculture cropping systems.

“This project will allow us to evaluate the impact of this novel practice in perennial systems that have a long history of dairy manure applications, and typically sufficient soil phosphorus levels compared to cropping systems with deficient soil phosphorus levels,” DeLaune said.

Regenerative agriculture promotes reduced tillage and the use of organic nutrient sources, he said. This project will demonstrate a novel technology, and if utilized by both established and new adopters, it can improve sustainability.

“This project will allow for the evaluation of synergies among tillage systems, addition of cover/forage crops, and amended dairy manure on nutrient cycling and subsequent fate of nutrients in the soil profile and surface runoff,” DeLaune said.

Kan said field tests of biochar are ready to be conducted and they will begin with a culturally acceptable rate per acre. In addition, they will compare commercial biochar with the novel dairy manure kind at different rates.

Brady will study the microbial profile of the soil after applying the biochar, particularly looking at how bacterial communities in the soil fare under green manure versus biochar.

“If you add green manure or biochar to the soil, you change the microbial activity,” he said. “Nitrogen and phosphorus are good for plants, but there’s too much of a good thing when you apply green manure to the soil. Dr. Kan’s system ties up those nutrients to keep them from washing off and becoming a pollutant. We will be monitoring the soil for positive changes on the microbial community.”

Muir explained that some north central Texas soils are very poor in nitrogen and phosphorus, and the surrounding dairies could provide copious amounts of those nutrients to an expanded land area through regenerative ag use of its manure. Typically, biochar must be incorporated into the soil to bind those nutrients. Answering how long that binding lasts and how gradually the nutrients are released for plant uptake are the applied aspects of this project.

As a forage agronomist and agroecologist, Muir said his focus will be on the integration of the biochar into forage production systems. Because the region’s climate and rainfall limit row crop production, the main focus is on livestock.

“A large percentage of our pastures are perennial Bermuda grass pastures, and you can’t take this biochar and apply it without tillage in those systems,” he said. “Most Bermuda grass pastures are already functioning, so that will be one of the challenges we will face: how to incorporate this into soils of perennial systems that are not tillable. We will also be looking at cost effectiveness.”

The researchers maintain that the knowledge gained through this research project will provide solutions to improve the sustainability of animal-based agricultural systems and food security while enhancing environmental quality for future generations.

If successfully implemented, Kan said he expects that his unique biochar will be applied with other livestock manures.

“We are going to try to find equilibrium between the technology and costs,” McCutchen said. “Then we expect this will lead to larger-scale studies in other regions and with other confined animal manures.”

Samples of biochar made from hay waste, left, and manure waste, right, from a dairy.

Eun Sung Kan created a unique biochar process that will help clean crop water runoff after the use of dairy manure as a fertilizer.

Southwest Regional Dairy Center’s newly renovated lagoon.

Constructed catchments equipped with an H-flume and automatic water sampler will be used to monitor water quality at the edge of field.

Collecting cores using a hydraulic probe to evaluate the fate of nutrients throughout the top 3 feet of the soil profile.

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Biochar Market Size, Analysis, Share, Growth, Trends And Forecast 2020-2026

14 December, 2020
 

New Jersey, United States,- Verified Market Reports, one of the world’s prominent market research firms has released a new report on the Biochar Market. The report contains crucial insights on the market that will support the clients to make the right business decisions. This research will help both existing and new aspirants for the Biochar market to figure out and study market needs, market size, and competition. The report talks about the supply and demand situation, the competitive scenario, and the challenges for market growth, market opportunities, and the threats faced by key players.

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Biochar: Can it Help Fight Climate Change While Improving Soil Health?

14 December, 2020
 

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As carbon dioxide levels in the Earth’s atmosphere increase, the battle against climate change worsens. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that traps and radiates heat. Capturing carbon, or carbon sequestration, is a natural or artificial process that allows for the removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere with storage in solid or liquid form, thereby reducing its negative impact on the atmosphere.

Forests hold much of the carbon on the planet, so it is no secret that one of the most efficient ways to remove carbon from the atmosphere is to grow trees. Trees turn atmospheric carbon dioxide into wood through photosynthesis, but can only store it temporarily. What happens to the carbon that is stored in the tree is dependent on what happens to the wood; if burned or left to decompose, the carbon is returned to the atmosphere. But what if there was a way to use this wood to store carbon for centuries? There is a way according to Utah State University researchers in the S.J. & Jessie E. Quinney College of Natural Resources. By making biochar and mixing it with soils.

Essentially, biochar is charcoal that is intended as a soil amendment. Biochar is made by heating wood (or almost anything else that once grew) in an environment with little to no oxygen. The resulting product is generally between 60% to 90% carbon, meaning only 10% to 30% of the stored carbon was released into the atmosphere.

Biochar can be thought of as an empty sponge; it offers little in the form of soil nutrients by itself, but it can absorb and retain nutrients and moisture, distributing those benefits to poor quality soil. While it can have an impact on productive soils, these features will make biochar most useful in poor quality soils. Because it is an empty sponge it is best to mix it into compost rather than applying it directly to soils if plant productivity is your highest goal.

Every time an agricultural field is tilled, a percentage of the carbon in the soil is lost to the atmosphere. By adding biochar to the soils and essentially restoring lost carbon, we are able to increase the water holding capacity, or the soils ability to hold water, and make the soils more productive. Our mountains and range lands can become water storage reservoirs in a sense, by adding ten tons of biochar per acre, an increase of soil water holding capacity by 25,000 gallons on that acre, all while sequestering carbon.

An alternative to chipping or burning wood waste is to turn that material into biochar, this will preserve approximately one third of the carbon in the wood. Simple biochar kilns are a useful tool in the fight to limit severe wildfires and climate change.

“There is no more accessible means of carbon sequestration at home, on the farm, ranch or in the forest,” said Darren McAvoy, from the Extension assistant professor from the Wildland Resources Department.

The Utah Biomass Resources Group has been engaged in developing biochar kilns and production methods that make it accessible to landowners, farmers and ranchers. The USU researchers have made biochar with simple kilns in eight Utah counties, applied it to abandoned mining sites in the Uinta Basin, tested its usefulness as an amendment to sheep diets, applied it to alfalfa and corn crops beneath irrigation pivots in Utah and have made biochar from more than 20 different woody species from aspen to tamarisk. This work is supported by a Utah Public Lands Initiative Grant as well as the Bureau of Land Management, the USDA Forest Service, the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands and many others. See utahbiomassresources.org for more information.

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Lake Hopatcong Commission [12/07/2020] – New Harvesting Vendor in 2021 & More

14 December, 2020
 

The following provides the recap of the December 7, 2020, meeting of the Lake Hopatcong Commission (LHC) that was held by Zoom. We encourage our readers to watch the full video for details.

The majority of the bills were grant-related and the LHC was only responsible for a small portion of the bills. $310.000+ in the Bank at this point of the year.

Update on the HAB Grants

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Activities for 2021

Septic’s at the Lake Hopatcong Park is still under development

 


Biochar Market 2020: Global Survey, Trends, Outlook, Overview and 2027 Forecast| Market Player …

14 December, 2020
 

Market Insights

This Biochar Market report emphasizes on the detailed understanding of some decisive factors such as size, share, sales, forecast trends, supply, production, demands, industry and CAGR in order to provide a comprehensive outlook of the global market.  The conventional data in the global market report is presented in a graphical form while highlighting the proposed statistics. It also comprises of vendors, suppliers and key players in the global market. The unique data presented in the report are evaluated with an instinctive and scientific way in order to get a better understanding of the global market.

This Global Biochar Market research report analyses top players in the key regions like North America, South America, Middle east and Africa, Asia and Pacific region. It delivers insight and expert analysis into key consumer trends and behaviour in market place, In addition to an overview of the market data and key brands.  It also provides all data with easily digestible information to guide every businessman’s future innovation and move business ahead.

Global biochar market is expected to rise to an estimated value of USD 3.92 billion by 2026, registering a healthy CAGR in the forecast period of 2019-2026. Rising consumption of livestock feed and rapidly growing agricultural industry are the major factors for the growth of this market.

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 Major Market Players Covered in The Biochar Market Are:

Few of the major competitors currently working in the global biochar market are 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 and others.

To get acquainted with market landscape, brand awareness, latest trends, possible future issues, industry trends and customer behaviour, the finest Biochar Market research report is very necessary. The report also evaluates the rising trends along with major drivers, challenges and opportunities in the market. This market report supplies good market information which gives current and approaching technical and financial details of the industry to 2027. The report is produced with the appropriate expertise’s which utilize established and reliable tools and techniques such as SWOT analysis and Porter’s Five Forces analysis to carry out the research study.

Global Biochar Market Scope and Segments

By Application

              o    Gardening

              o    Agriculture

o   Livestock

o   Farming

o   Others

              o    Household

              o    Electricity Generation

              o    Agriculture Waste

              o    Animal Manure

              o    Forestry Waste

              o    Biomass Plantation

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Chapter 2: Exclusive Summary – the basic information of Biochar Market.

Chapter 3: Displaying the Market Dynamics- Drivers, Trends and Challenges of Biochar

Chapter 4: Presenting Biochar Market Factor Analysis Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.

Chapter 5: Displaying the by Type, End User and Region 2013-2018

Chapter 6: Evaluating the leading manufacturers of Biochar market which consists of its Competitive Landscape, Peer Group Analysis, BCG Matrix & Company Profile

Chapter 7: To evaluate the market by segments, by countries and by manufacturers with revenue share and sales by key countries in these various regions.

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Radar and Laser Detectors Market Players Positioning, Regional and Global Key Players, Current …

14 December, 2020
 

The Summary: Market Scope

The growth of this market is attributable to the growing demand for this product across various application areas and geographies; however, due to COVID -19, market growth slowed in 2020.

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Market Segmentation: An Overview

In the study, the segments covered are by type, application, end-use and geography. In terms of revenue and volume, these major categories are further bifurcated into their respective sub-segments. The geography section includes Asia Pacific, North America, the Rest of the World and Europe. In addition, under the scope, the main countries that hold potential for this market have also been mapped.

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Significant Trends and Market Dynamics

The market is expected to see robust growth during the forecast period due to rising demand for this product across various application areas and geographies; however, due to COVID -19, market growth slowed down in 2020. Their impact is supposed to be seen until 2021; but, by the latter half of 2021, the market would again start experiencing the same growth. During the forecast period, i.e., 2020 to 2027, the market is expected to experience remarkable growth. Countries throughout North America, the Asia-Pacific region, Europe have also been covered under the scope of the study.

Based on the type of product, the global Radar and Laser Detectors market segmented into

Laser Technology
Radar Technology
Optical Scanning
Control Technology

Based on the end-use, the global Radar and Laser Detectors market classified into

Automotive
Communication
Others

Based on geography, the global Radar and Laser Detectors market segmented into

North America [U.S., Canada, Mexico]
Europe [Germany, UK, France, Italy, Rest of Europe]
Asia-Pacific [China, India, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Australia, Rest of Asia Pacific]
South America [Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America]
Middle East & Africa [GCC, North Africa, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa]

And the major players included in the report are

Bosch
Beltronics
Escort
Adaptiv Technologies
K40 Electronics
Whistler Group
Uniden America
Valentine

 

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COVID -19 Impact Analysis

 

 

 

 

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Cyano and acylamino group modification for tannery sludge bio-char

14 December, 2020
 

Tannery sludge biochar (BC) has been widely studied and shown promising prospects in dye wastewater treatment. Dye wastewater is a complex mixture, including cationic and anionic dye pollutions. However, the unmodified BC usually exhibits low adsorption ability for anionic dye pollutants because of the electrostatic repulsion by negatively charged biochar surfaces. Herein, inspired by the great complexation of polyacrylamide flocculant for dye pollutants, the polar functional groups (cyano and acylamino groups) were introduced into BC via the secondary pyrolysis with melamine and KOH. The modified tannery sludge biochar (MBC) had excellent adsorption abilities for both cationic dye (cationic blue X-GRL) and anionic dyes (reactive red X-3B, direct yellow RS and acid blue 2GL) used in textile dyeing processes. Moreover, to separate the MBC from solution quickly, the iron oxide particles were in-situ loaded on MBC to obtain the magnetic MBC. Adsorption kinetic, isotherm and Gaussian calculation analyses demonstrated that the adsorption processes for dye pollutions were exothermic, spontaneous and chemical interacted. The excellent adsorption universality of magnetic MBC for both cationic and anionic dyes may benefit the large-scale application of tannery sludge biochar in dye wastewater treatment.

制革污泥生物炭(BC)已被广泛研究,并在染料废水处理中显示出有希望的前景。染料废水是复杂的混合物,包括阳离子和阴离子染料污染。但是,由于带负电荷的生物炭表面的静电排斥作用,未改性的BC通常对阴离子染料污染物的吸附能力较低。在此,受聚丙烯酰胺絮凝剂对染料污染物的高度配合的启发,通过三聚氰胺和KOH的二次热解将极性官能团(氰基和酰基氨基)引入BC。改性的皮革厂污泥生物炭(MBC)对纺织品染色过程中使用的阳离子染料(阳离子蓝X-GRL)和阴离子染料(活性红X-3B,直接黄RS和酸性蓝2GL)均具有出色的吸附能力。此外,为了将MBC快速从溶液中分离出来,将氧化铁颗粒原位负载在MBC上以获得磁性MBC。吸附动力学,等温线和高斯计算分析表明,染料污染的吸附过程是放热的,自发的和化学相互作用的。磁性MBC对阳离子和阴离子染料均具有优异的吸附通用性,这可能有利于制革厂污泥生物炭在染料废水处理中的大规模应用。


Coronavirus Impact Editon of Fine Biochar Powder Market Report Future Development, Top …

14 December, 2020
 

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14 December, 2020
 

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Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Research Report 2021

14 December, 2020
 

The Global Fine Biochar Powder Market poised to grow from US$ XX million in 2020 to US$ XX million by 2026 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of XX% during the projection period of 2020-2026.
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This report also analyses the impact of Coronavirus COVID-19 on the Xxx industry.
Based on our recent survey, we have several different scenarios about the Xxx YoY growth rate for 2020. The probable scenario is expected to grow by a xx% in 2020 and the revenue will be xx in 2020 from US$ xx million in 2019. The market size of Xxx will reach xx in 2026, with a CAGR of xx% from 2020 to 2026.

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The research report provides analysis and information according to market segments such as geographies, product type, application, and end-use industry. Featuring worldwide and over leading key player profiles, this report serves the ultimate guide to exploring opportunities in the Fine Biochar Powder industry globally. The Fine Biochar Powder market report provides effective guidelines and strategies for industry players to secure a position at the top in the worldwide Fine Biochar Powder market. Our experts have added large key companies who play an important role in the sales, and distribution of the products. The significant applications and potential business arenas are also added to this report. It encourages the client to make strategic moves and create their businesses.

Moreover, the Fine Biochar Powder market report include information on major product categories, their demand, supply, developments, recent product approvals regulatory scenario and competitive intelligence. The regional scope of the report covers major geographical market places; North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East along with market numbers, and growth potential in form of forecast market values in US$ million. Furthermore, the report also sheds light on the competitive landscape in the industry, talking about the key industry participants, their products and services, strategies, financial information and their positions in the market.

The Fine Biochar Powder market report covers following key industry participants:

Cool Planet
Biochar Supreme
NextChar
Terra Char
Genesis Industries
Interra Energy
CharGrow
Pacific Biochar
Biochar Now
The Biochar Company (TBC)
ElementC6
Vega Biofuels

The Fine Biochar Powder Market is divided into product, application and regional market.

The product segment of the report offers product market information such as demand, supply and market value of the product.

The application of product in terms of US$ value is represented in numerical and graphical format for all the major regional markets.
The Fine Biochar Powder market report is segmented into Type by following categories;

Wood Source Biochar
Corn Source Biochar
Wheat Source Biochar
Others

The Fine Biochar Powder market report is segmented into Application by following categories;

Soil Conditioner
Fertilizer
Others

Above information is further split with respect to following geographies;
North America
U.S.
Canada
Mexico
Europe
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Spain
Russia
Asia Pacific
China
Japan
India
South Korea
Australia
Middle East and Africa
Saudi Arabia
UAE
South Africa
South America
Brazil
Argentina

Key Information and data offered by the Fine Biochar Powder market report:
Market definition, scope and assumptions
Market drivers, restraints, opportunity and challenges
Product market value and future projections in US$ million
Tabular and graphical representation of numbers and growth trend
Fine Biochar Powder market estimated in terms of market size in US$ million and forecast for product, application and regional market
The growth potential and forecast information for Global Fine Biochar Powder Market and for segments, by region and by country.
The report includes competitive analysis of the Fine Biochar Powder market comprising of key industry players profile. The company profiles offer company overview, business summary, product information, recent development and strategic outlook.

Fine Biochar Powder Market Overview
Product Overview and Scope of Fine Biochar Powder
Executive Summary
Classification of Fine Biochar Powder by Type
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Comparison by Type (2019-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Revenue Market Share by Type in 2018
Global Fine Biochar Powder Volume Market Share by Type in 2018

Wood Source Biochar
Corn Source Biochar
Wheat Source Biochar
Others

Fine Biochar Powder Market Value
Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume
Classification of Fine Biochar Powder by Application
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Comparison by Application (2019-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Revenue Market Share by Application in 2018
Global Fine Biochar Powder Volume Market Share by Application in 2018
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market by Regions
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Size (Million USD) and Volume Comparison by Regions (2019-2026)
North America (USA, Canada and Mexico) Fine Biochar Powder Status and Prospect (2014-2026)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy) Fine Biochar Powder Status and Prospect (2014-2026)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) Fine Biochar Powder Status and Prospect (2014-2026)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia) Fine Biochar Powder Status and Prospect (2014-2026)
Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa) Fine Biochar Powder Status and Prospect (2014-2026)
Global Market Size of Fine Biochar Powder (2014-2026)
Market Dynamics
Drivers
Restraints
Opportunities
Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Key Market Strategies
Key Market Strategies, 2020 (%)
Company Profiles

Cool Planet
Biochar Supreme
NextChar
Terra Char
Genesis Industries
Interra Energy
CharGrow
Pacific Biochar
Biochar Now
The Biochar Company (TBC)
ElementC6
Vega Biofuels

Company Basic Information and Its Competitors
Product Category
Key Products
Company Fine Biochar Powder Production and Revenue (2014-2018)
Company Recent Developments
Main Business/Business Overview
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Competition, by Players
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Production, Revenue, and Share by Players (2014-2018)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Production and Share by Players (2014-2018)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Share by Players (2014-2018)
Market Concentration Rate
Top 3 Fine Biochar Powder Players Market Share
Top 5 Fine Biochar Powder Players Market Share
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Size by Regions
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Market Share by Regions
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, By Region (2014-2026)
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
South America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Middle East & Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, Revenue, and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue by Countries
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue, by Countries (2014-2019)
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, by Countries (2014-2019)
USA Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
USA Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Canada Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Canada Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Mexico Fine Biochar Powder Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Mexico Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue by Countries
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue, by Countries (2014-2019)
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, by Countries (2014-2019)
Germany Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Germany Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
France Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
France Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
UK Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
UK Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Italy Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Italy Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Russia Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Russia Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Revenue by Countries
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue, by Countries (2014-2019)
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, by Countries (2014-2019)
China Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
China Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Japan Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Japan Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Korea Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Korea Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
India Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
India Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
South America Fine Biochar Powder Revenue by Countries
South America Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue, by Countries (2014-2019)
South America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume, by Countries (2014-2019)
Brazil Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Brazil Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Argentina Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Argentina Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Middle East & Africa Revenue Fine Biochar Powder by Countries
Middle East & Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue by Countries (2014-2019)
Middle East & Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume by Countries (2014-2019)
Saudi Arabia Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Saudi Arabia Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
UAE Fine Biochar Powder Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
UAE Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Egypt Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Egypt Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
South Africa Fine Biochar Powder Revenue and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
South Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Growth Rate (2014-2019)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Segment by Type
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Market Share by Type (2014-2019)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Forecast by Type (2019-2026)

Wood Source Biochar
Corn Source Biochar
Wheat Source Biochar
Others

Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue (2014-2026)
Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume (2014-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume and Market Share by Type (2014-2019)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Forecast by Type (2019-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Segment by Application
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue and Market Share by Application (2014-2019)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Forecast by Application (2019-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast by Regions (2019-2026)
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast (2019-2026)
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast (2019-2026)
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast (2019-2026)
South America Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast (2019-2026)
Middle East & Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Revenue Forecast (2019-2026)
Global Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast by Regions (2019-2026)
North America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast (2019-2026)
Europe Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast (2019-2026)
Asia-Pacific Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast (2019-2026)
South America Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast (2019-2026)
Middle East & Africa Fine Biochar Powder Market Volume Forecast (2019-2026)
Research Conclusion
Analyst View
Premium Market Insights
Appendix
Methodology
Primary Research
Research Methodology
Assumptions & Exclusions
Secondary data sources
Disclaimer

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What is biochar

15 December, 2020
 

biochar project kunghur is home to the most exciting biochar guru. Charmaster Dolph Cooke. we care for the planet and create biochar. "Biochar" – Spreading the word… ≡ Menu.

There are several other reasons biochar is great for garden soil, but the main takeaway is that by using it, you will significantly boost garden production. In this video by Big Family Homestead, Brad says he saw a 40% increase in his output of fruits and veggies. Here are his instructions for making charcoal and biochar. What You Need: Plenty … Biochar is just charcoal. It's created when organic matter like wood chips, rice stalks or even When organic matter is turned into biochar, the CO2 contained within the plant is converted into solid carbon.

Biochar – Sustainable material for a green future. What is biochar? Biochar is a heterogeneous substance rich in aromatic carbon and minerals. It is produced by pyrolysis of sustainably obtained…Biochar is a form of charcoal believed by many to present enormous opportunities in enhancing crop growth, remediating contaminated soil and preventing climate change causing carbon emissions.

What is BioChar? How to Make & Why You shouldn't use Raw Biochar. What is biochar? What are the benefits as a soil amendment? Black Bear Biochar 22 views13 days ago.Biochar – What and Why? Tom Miles, NW Biochar Working Group Renel Anderson, Biochar Supreme San Juan Islands Agricultural Summit San Juan Country Agricultural.

@inproceedings{Lehmann2009WhatIB, title={What is biochar ? 1 Biochar for Environmental Management : An Introduction}, author={J. Lehmann and Stephen Joseph}, year={2009} }.What is Biochar? And other Frequently asked questions. "Biochar is a solid material obtained from the carbonization or thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment.Wait A Minute, What Even Is Going On Here!? There Is Crazy, There Is Uber Crazy And Then There Is This.

This increases the potential for biochar to absorb and contain toxic substances like mercury. Biochar can take various forms, appearing as sticks, pellets, or ash. What Are the Benefits of Biochar? Biochar provides many of the same benefits as other organic materials, but it is a more permanent alternative. ✪ What is BioChar? If biochar is used for the production of energy rather than as a soil amendment, it can be directly substituted for any application that uses coal.Biochar is an eco-friendly kind of charcoal that you dig into the soil to improve its health. It’s made in a special kiln, which burns wood and plant waste at low temperatures in the absence of oxygen. The process is akin to the wood being cooked rather than burnt, like standard charcoal. Biochar is a good tool for climate mitigation August 2009 Turning charcoal into Carbon Gold A chocolate maker and music promoter aim to create a £1bn biochar industry, in a controversial effort to… Biochar is an organic soil amendment currently being researched and used in a variety of applications across Colorado. Biochar has the potential to provide benefits to multiple economic sectors integrated within its supply chain, for example biochar and biofuel co-production can provide additional revenue streams for forestry and waste management. What is Biochar? History. Important Properties. Test Results. What is Biochar? History. Slow Pyrolysis.

Biochar is the fourth tool and sits in its own category in that it is the ONLY currently available system able to safely sequester existing atmospheric CO 2 as outlined above and as proven in numerous scientific publications. Biochar – edited by Viktor J. Bruckman November 2016. Biochar. A Regional Supply Chain Approach in View of Climate Change Mitigation. Chapter.

Biochar is a high-carbon, fine-grained residue that is currently produced through modern pyrolysis processes; it is the direct thermal decomposition of biomass in the absence of oxygen (preventing combustion), which produces a mixture of solids (the biochar proper), liquid , and gas products. Biochar has 6,500 members. Discussing biochar as one of the products of biomass pyrolysis, next to syngas and bio-oils.. Social Learning Group.Nov 15, 2017 · The quest for the perfect backyard biochar kiln. Chapter One: What is Biochar? My working definition for biochar is simply charcoal that has been infused with a combination of nutrients, microbes, and moisture. When added as an amendment to garden soil, biochar's porosity helps the soil hold on to nutrients, and moisture so that they are… What is biochar and how is it made? 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'.Biochar is most commonly incorporated into the soil. First, evenly spread the desired amount onto the soil, then till it in with machinery or by hand. In some cases, such as fruit orchards and other perennial crops where tilling is not an option, biochar can be (1) applied to the soil surface and, preferably, covered with other organic

First lets clear any confusion and make it really simple – biochar is charcoal. It’s only called “biochar” because it is used for biological purposes. Therefore it’s not like the cooking charcoal or briquettes you buy with all the chemicals in them, it’s just good clean wood-derived charcoal. What is Biochar? Heating biomass in a zero-oxygen environment to temperatures of 250°C or greater yields energy-rich gases and liquids, and a solid charcoal, or char.

Biochar is just charcoal. It's created when organic matter like wood chips, rice stalks or even When organic matter is turned into biochar, the CO2 contained within the plant is converted into solid carbon.

Biochar helps combat climate change by removing carbon from the atmospheric cycle and by helping trees grow better. The carbon stored in biochar remains in the soil for centuries, preventing it from adding even more to the already high levels of carbon in our atmosphere. Detailed information about the benefits of biochar is available from the

Biochar refers to the fine-grained biomass obtained by burning wood, animal manure, forest waste and other agricultural by-products in a limited oxygen environment. It is a porous substance that can retain water and nutrients in the soil for absorption by plants.

Apr 24, 2020 · Biochar is produced by burning organic matter in the absence of oxygen, biochar adds critical carbon to soil, which in turn helps promote healthy microbial growth, water retention and soil fertility.

biochar (countable and uncountable, plural biochars). Charcoal that is used as a nutritional supplement for soil. brachio-.Biochar is the name given to charcoal made from plant materials and wood in the same way as For now, I think it is at least well-worth garden scale growers trialling biochar and seeing what the results…WHAT IS BIOCHAR a highly porous and stable charcoal that is applied to soil. THE SECRET OF EL DORADO The Amazon was once home to cities of millions The soil that supported these cities is…Biochar is a stable, carbon–rich form of charcoal that is applied to soil. Some biochars can increase soil fertility, water holding capacity and crop productivity. Adding biochar to soil increases its carbon content and could help mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. Nov 16, 2009 · In a nutshell, biochar is the co-product of a biofuel production process called fast pyrolysis. Essentially, a biomass feedstock is pyrolyzed, or burnt, at a very high temperature and bio-oil is produced along with biochar. The oil can be used for consumer use after refinement similar to gasoline (see Figure 1). Biochar is made by heating biomass through one of two systems. Pyrolysis is a system where the biomass is heated in the absence of oxygen, and gasification heats biomass with limited oxygen.


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Biochar Fine Granules Market Competitive Landscape Analysis, Major Regions, Report 2020-2025

15 December, 2020
 

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The latest Biochar Fine Granules market research report exhibits a comprehensive analysis of the historic, current, and future industry trends with respect to the key growth drivers, restraints, and opportunities.

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Rep. Matsui and husband give $200000 for climate research

15 December, 2020
 

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Rep. Doris Matsui of Sacramento and her husband, Roger Sant, are propelling UC Davis’ climate work with a gift to Project Carbon, which is developing new, high-tech ways to capture atmospheric carbon dioxide and reduce greenhouse gases.

The Matsui-Sant gift, spanning two years, will enhance the work of the UC Working Lands Innovation Center, a UC Davis-led consortium that aims to catalyze negative carbon emissions in agricultural lands. Other universities as well as state agencies are partners in the consortium, along with industry, farmers, ranchers, tribes and small businesses.

“What we’re doing with UC Davis is a piece of the puzzle to finding climate solutions,” said Matsui, who has represented Sacramento in Congress since 2005. “UC Davis has been so far ahead in both plant and animal research, and to utilize all of this particularly in the agricultural world, it’s really playing into their strengths.”

The couple’s $200,000 gift will support research that uses automated chambers to capture emissions pulses over the growing season. The data from these automated chambers will help researchers build a new predictive algorithm of the effectiveness of rock dust, biochar and compost at capturing carbon in soil.

Matsui and Sant’s support will increase the amount of data researchers can collect from weekly measurements and provide the next generation of climate change leaders with hands-on, project-based experiences on real-world solutions. 

“We are deeply grateful for Doris and Roger’s commitment to support our important mission to go carbon-neutral,” Chancellor Gary S. May said. “I’m delighted they are translating their passion for improving the environment into action here at UC Davis.”

Chancellor May connected Matsui and Sant with Ben Houlton, principal investigator of Project Carbon, to bring their goal to life. Houlton, a former faculty member and director of the John Muir Institute of the Environment, continues his affiliation with Project Carbon and the Working Lands Innovation Center despite having left UC Davis to become dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University.

The Working Lands Innovation Center is using state-of-the-art science to determine the carbon-sequestration capacity of soil, and examine the beneficial impacts of soil amendments on crop yields and soil health. 

“The Sant and Matsui gift is a game-changer for us,” Houlton said. “Our project spans many acres, with many different soil amendments under study in California farmland and this gift will allow us to purchase real-time, automated chambers to produce continuous data on nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide fluxes from the soil.”

Matsui and Sant have long been leaders on environmental issues. When the couple married earlier this year, they agreed that climate change would be at the top of their philanthropic priorities.

“When my partner and I started our company in the electricity business in 1981, we soon became aware that climate change was going to be one of the major issues of our time,” Sant said. “From that time on we tried be a part of the solution, not part of the problem. We made gradual progress, and today that company, the AES Corporation, is one of the global leaders striving to make the generation of electricity carbon-free by 2035.”

Matsui is a senior member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which has a wide jurisdiction in energy, environment, health care and technology. 

“Climate impacts absolutely everything,” she said. “My main goal is to keep Sacramento healthy and vibrant by promoting clean energy and ensuring affordable health care for all.”

“I have also worked with Chancellor May for a while now, and he’s been very inspirational in pushing environmental research forward.” 

Matsui and Sant hope that their gift will prove that agriculture can be one of the major solutions to climate change, and that the research can also boost food production to feed the world sustainably.

“When I think about UC Davis and all the work they’ve accomplished, Roger and I knew that this university can be front and center in solving climate change,” Matsui said. “Ultimately, we want to make sure we’ve done everything now to make sure our grandchildren and the future generation will have the opportunities to do what they want to do.” 

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Biochar Market : Future Demand & Growth Analysis with Forecast up to 2029

15 December, 2020
 

A comprehensive analysis of the Global ;Biochar Market is presented in this report, along with a brief overview of the segments in this particular industry. Our Research report also presents a feasible estimate of the current market scenario of Biochar, including the Global Biochar Market size with regards to volume and remuneration. Biochar Report is a collection of important data related to the competitive landscape of this industry. It also contains data with regards to several regions that have successfully established its position in the Global Biochar Market.

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Key players for Biochar Market Worldwide:

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Removal of abamectin and conventional pollutants in vertical flow constructed wetlands with Fe …

15 December, 2020
 

To improve the ability of constructed wetlands to remove abamectin (ABM) and nutrients, the influence of four different substrates on constructed wetlands was studied. Four vertical up-flow constructed wetlands (UVCWs) were established to treat simulated agricultural wastewater: CW1 (quartz sand + pebbles), CW2 (pebbles + coke), CW3 (Fe-modified biochar + pebbles + coke), and CW4 (unmodified biochar + pebbles + coke). Under different combinations of hydraulic loading and organic loading, CW3 was extremely effective at removing nitrogen compared with CW1, CW2 and CW4. We found that CW3 was the most effective at treating ABM and conventional pollutants. The highest efficiency of removal of abamectin (99%), COD (98%), NH4+–N (65%), and TP (80%) was obtained in CW3. These results were directly verified by microbiological tests and microbial community analysis. The microbial diversity of CW3 and CW4 was significantly higher than those of CW1 and CW2. Fe-modified biochar provides a feasible and effective amendment for constructed wetlands to improve the nitrogen removal for C/N (2.5 : 1–5 : 1) wastewater by the ability of microbes to remove nitrogen. Fe-modified bamboo charcoal can be used in engineering as a new type of green environmental protection constructed wetland filler in the future.

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Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Outlook 2021

15 December, 2020
 

The global Biochar Fertilizer market size is projected to reach US$ XX million by 2026, from US$ XX million in 2020, at a CAGR of XX% during 2021-2026.

This report focuses on Biochar Fertilizer volume and value at the global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Biochar Fertilizer market size by analysing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, Japan, China, Southeast Asia, India, etc.

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market: Segment Analysis

The research report includes specific segments by region (country), by company, by Type and by Application. This study provides information about the sales and revenue during the historic and forecasted period of 2015 to 2026. Understanding the segments helps in identifying the importance of different factors that aid the market growth.

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market: Regional Analysis

The research report includes a detailed study of regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa. The report has been curated after observing and studying various factors that determine regional growth such as economic, environmental, social, technological, and political status of the particular region. Analysts have studied the data of revenue, sales, and manufacturers of each region. This section analyses region-wise revenue and volume for the forecast period of 2015 to 2026. These analyses will help the reader to understand the potential worth of investment in a particular region.

Global Biochar Fertilizer Market: Competitive Landscape

This section of the report identifies various key manufacturers of the market. It helps the reader understand the strategies and collaborations that players are focusing on combat competition in the market. The comprehensive report provides a significant microscopic look at the market. The reader can identify the footprints of the manufacturers by knowing about the global revenue of manufacturers, the global price of manufacturers, and sales by manufacturers during the forecast period of 2015 to 2019.

Following are the segments covered by the report are:

Organic Fertilizer

Inorganic Fertilizer

Compound Fertilizer

By Application:

Cereals

Oil Crops

Fruits and Vegetables

Others

Key Players:

The Key manufacturers that are operating in the global Biochar Fertilizer market are:

Biogrow Limited

Biochar Farms

Anulekh

GreenBack

Airex Energy

Biochar Supreme

NextChar

Terra Char

Genesis Industries

Interra Energy

CharGrow

Pacific Biochar

Biochar Now

The Biochar Company (TBC)

ElementC6

Carbon Gold

Kina

Swiss Biochar GmbH

BlackCarbon

Carbon Terra

Sonnenerde

Biokol

Verora GmbH

Biochar Products

Diacarbon Energy

Agri-Tech Producers

Green Charcoal International

Vega Biofuels

Full Circle Biochar

Pacific Pyrolysis

Competitive Landscape

The analysts have provided a comprehensive analysis of the competitive landscape of the global Biochar Fertilizer market with the company market structure and market share analysis of the top players. The innovative trends and developments, mergers and acquisitions, product portfolio, and new product innovation to provide a dashboard view of the market, ultimately providing the readers accurate measure of the current market developments, business strategies, and key financials.

 

This research study involved the extensive usage of both primary and secondary data sources. The research process involved the study of various factors affecting the industry, including the government policy, market environment, competitive landscape, historical data, present trends in the market, technological innovation, upcoming technologies and the technical progress in related industry, and market risks, opportunities, market barriers and challenges. The following illustrative figure shows the market research methodology applied in this report.

Top-down and bottom-up approaches are used to estimate and validate the global market size for company, regional division, product type and application (end users).

The market estimations in this report are based on the selling price (excluding any discounts provided by the manufacturer, distributor, wholesaler or traders). Market share analysis, assigned to each of the segments and regions are achieved through product utilization rate and average selling price.

Major manufacturers & their revenues, percentage splits, market shares, growth rates and breakdowns of the product markets are determined through secondary sources and verified through the primary sources.

All possible factors that influence the markets included in this research study have been accounted for, viewed in extensive detail, verified through primary research, and analyzed to get the final quantitative and qualitative data. The market size for top-level markets and sub-segments is normalized, and the effect of inflation, economic downturns, and regulatory & policy changes or others factors are accounted for in the market forecast. This data is combined and added with detailed inputs and analysis from QYResearch and presented in this report.

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

Secondary Sources occupies approximately 25% of data sources, such as press releases, annual reports, Non-Profit organizations, industry associations, governmental agencies and customs data, and so on. This research study includes secondary sources; directories; databases such as Bloomberg Business, Wind Info, Hoovers, Factiva (Dow Jones & Company), TRADING ECONOMICS, and avention; Investing News Network; statista; Federal Reserve Economic Data; annual reports; investor presentations; and SEC filings of companies.

In the primary research process, various sources from both the supply and demand sides were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information for this report. The primary sources from the supply side include product manufacturers (and their competitors), opinion leaders, industry experts, research institutions, distributors, dealer and traders, as well as the raw materials suppliers and producers, etc.

The primary sources from the demand side include industry experts such as business leaders, marketing and sales directors, technology and innovation directors, supply chain executive, end users (product buyers), and related key executives from various key companies and organizations operating in the global market.

    1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Biochar Fertilizer

    1.2 Biochar Fertilizer Segment by Type

        1.2.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate Comparison by Type (2020-2026)

        1.2.2 Organic Fertilizer

        1.2.3 Inorganic Fertilizer

        1.2.4 Compound Fertilizer

    1.3 Biochar Fertilizer Segment by Application

        1.3.1 Biochar Fertilizer Sales Comparison by Application: (2020-2026)

        1.3.2 Cereals

        1.3.3 Oil Crops

        1.3.4 Fruits and Vegetables

        1.3.5 Others

    1.4 Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Size Estimates and Forecasts

        1.4.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue 2015-2026

        1.4.2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales 2015-2026

        1.4.3 Biochar Fertilizer Market Size by Region: 2020 Versus 2026

2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Competition by Manufacturers

    2.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

    2.2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

    2.3 Global Biochar Fertilizer Average Price by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

    2.4 Manufacturers Biochar Fertilizer Manufacturing Sites, Area Served, Product Type

    2.5 Biochar Fertilizer Market Competitive Situation and Trends

        2.5.1 Biochar Fertilizer Market Concentration Rate

        2.5.2 Global Top 5 and Top 10 Players Market Share by Revenue

        2.5.3 Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)

    2.6 Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

    2.7 Primary Interviews with Key Biochar Fertilizer Players (Opinion Leaders)

3 Biochar Fertilizer Retrospective Market Scenario by Region

    3.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Retrospective Market Scenario in Sales by Region: 2015-2020

    3.2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Retrospective Market Scenario in Revenue by Region: 2015-2020

    3.3 North America Biochar Fertilizer Market Facts & Figures by Country

        3.3.1 North America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.3.2 North America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.3.3 U.S.

        3.3.4 Canada

    3.4 Europe Biochar Fertilizer Market Facts & Figures by Country

        3.4.1 Europe Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.4.2 Europe Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.4.3 Germany

        3.4.4 France

        3.4.5 U.K.

        3.4.6 Italy

        3.4.7 Russia

    3.5 Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Market Facts & Figures by Region

        3.5.1 Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Region

        3.5.2 Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Region

        3.5.3 China

        3.5.4 Japan

        3.5.5 South Korea

        3.5.6 India

        3.5.7 Australia

        3.5.8 Taiwan

        3.5.9 Indonesia

        3.5.10 Thailand

        3.5.11 Malaysia

        3.5.12 Philippines

        3.5.13 Vietnam

    3.6 Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Market Facts & Figures by Country

        3.6.1 Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.6.2 Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.6.3 Mexico

        3.6.4 Brazil

        3.6.5 Argentina

    3.7 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Market Facts & Figures by Country

        3.7.1 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.7.2 Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country

        3.7.3 Turkey

        3.7.4 Saudi Arabia

        3.7.5 UAE

4 Global Biochar Fertilizer Historic Market Analysis by Type

    4.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

    4.2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

    4.3 Global Biochar Fertilizer Price Market Share by Type (2015-2020)

    4.4 Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Share by Price Tier (2015-2020): Low-End, Mid-Range and High-End

5 Global Biochar Fertilizer Historic Market Analysis by Application

    5.1 Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

    5.2 Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

    5.3 Global Biochar Fertilizer Price by Application (2015-2020)

6 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Biochar Fertilizer Business

    6.1 Biogrow Limited

        6.1.1 Corporation Information

        6.1.2 Biogrow Limited Description, Business Overview

        6.1.3 Biogrow Limited Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.1.4 Biogrow Limited Products Offered

        6.1.5 Biogrow Limited Recent Development

    6.2 Biochar Farms

        6.2.1 Biochar Farms Corporation Information

        6.2.2 Biochar Farms Description, Business Overview

        6.2.3 Biochar Farms Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.2.4 Biochar Farms Products Offered

        6.2.5 Biochar Farms Recent Development

    6.3 Anulekh

        6.3.1 Anulekh Corporation Information

        6.3.2 Anulekh Description, Business Overview

        6.3.3 Anulekh Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.3.4 Anulekh Products Offered

        6.3.5 Anulekh Recent Development

    6.4 GreenBack

        6.4.1 GreenBack Corporation Information

        6.4.2 GreenBack Description, Business Overview

        6.4.3 GreenBack Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.4.4 GreenBack Products Offered

        6.4.5 GreenBack Recent Development

    6.5 Airex Energy

        6.5.1 Airex Energy Corporation Information

        6.5.2 Airex Energy Description, Business Overview

        6.5.3 Airex Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.5.4 Airex Energy Products Offered

        6.5.5 Airex Energy Recent Development

    6.6 Biochar Supreme

        6.6.1 Biochar Supreme Corporation Information

        6.6.2 Biochar Supreme Description, Business Overview

        6.6.3 Biochar Supreme Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.6.4 Biochar Supreme Products Offered

        6.6.5 Biochar Supreme Recent Development

    6.7 NextChar

        6.6.1 NextChar Corporation Information

        6.6.2 NextChar Description, Business Overview

        6.6.3 NextChar Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.4.4 NextChar Products Offered

        6.7.5 NextChar Recent Development

    6.8 Terra Char

        6.8.1 Terra Char Corporation Information

        6.8.2 Terra Char Description, Business Overview

        6.8.3 Terra Char Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.8.4 Terra Char Products Offered

        6.8.5 Terra Char Recent Development

    6.9 Genesis Industries

        6.9.1 Genesis Industries Corporation Information

        6.9.2 Genesis Industries Description, Business Overview

        6.9.3 Genesis Industries Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.9.4 Genesis Industries Products Offered

        6.9.5 Genesis Industries Recent Development

    6.10 Interra Energy

        6.10.1 Interra Energy Corporation Information

        6.10.2 Interra Energy Description, Business Overview

        6.10.3 Interra Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.10.4 Interra Energy Products Offered

        6.10.5 Interra Energy Recent Development

    6.11 CharGrow

        6.11.1 CharGrow Corporation Information

        6.11.2 CharGrow Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.11.3 CharGrow Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.11.4 CharGrow Products Offered

        6.11.5 CharGrow Recent Development

    6.12 Pacific Biochar

        6.12.1 Pacific Biochar Corporation Information

        6.12.2 Pacific Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.12.3 Pacific Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.12.4 Pacific Biochar Products Offered

        6.12.5 Pacific Biochar Recent Development

    6.13 Biochar Now

        6.13.1 Biochar Now Corporation Information

        6.13.2 Biochar Now Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.13.3 Biochar Now Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.13.4 Biochar Now Products Offered

        6.13.5 Biochar Now Recent Development

    6.14 The Biochar Company (TBC)

        6.14.1 The Biochar Company (TBC) Corporation Information

        6.14.2 The Biochar Company (TBC) Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.14.3 The Biochar Company (TBC) Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.14.4 The Biochar Company (TBC) Products Offered

        6.14.5 The Biochar Company (TBC) Recent Development

    6.15 ElementC6

        6.15.1 ElementC6 Corporation Information

        6.15.2 ElementC6 Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.15.3 ElementC6 Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.15.4 ElementC6 Products Offered

        6.15.5 ElementC6 Recent Development

    6.16 Carbon Gold

        6.16.1 Carbon Gold Corporation Information

        6.16.2 Carbon Gold Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.16.3 Carbon Gold Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.16.4 Carbon Gold Products Offered

        6.16.5 Carbon Gold Recent Development

    6.17 Kina

        6.17.1 Kina Corporation Information

        6.17.2 Kina Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.17.3 Kina Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.17.4 Kina Products Offered

        6.17.5 Kina Recent Development

    6.18 Swiss Biochar GmbH

        6.18.1 Swiss Biochar GmbH Corporation Information

        6.18.2 Swiss Biochar GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.18.3 Swiss Biochar GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.18.4 Swiss Biochar GmbH Products Offered

        6.18.5 Swiss Biochar GmbH Recent Development

    6.19 BlackCarbon

        6.19.1 BlackCarbon Corporation Information

        6.19.2 BlackCarbon Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.19.3 BlackCarbon Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.19.4 BlackCarbon Products Offered

        6.19.5 BlackCarbon Recent Development

    6.20 Carbon Terra

        6.20.1 Carbon Terra Corporation Information

        6.20.2 Carbon Terra Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.20.3 Carbon Terra Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.20.4 Carbon Terra Products Offered

        6.20.5 Carbon Terra Recent Development

    6.21 Sonnenerde

        6.21.1 Sonnenerde Corporation Information

        6.21.2 Sonnenerde Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.21.3 Sonnenerde Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.21.4 Sonnenerde Products Offered

        6.21.5 Sonnenerde Recent Development

    6.22 Biokol

        6.22.1 Biokol Corporation Information

        6.22.2 Biokol Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.22.3 Biokol Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.22.4 Biokol Products Offered

        6.22.5 Biokol Recent Development

    6.23 Verora GmbH

        6.23.1 Verora GmbH Corporation Information

        6.23.2 Verora GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.23.3 Verora GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.23.4 Verora GmbH Products Offered

        6.23.5 Verora GmbH Recent Development

    6.24 Biochar Products

        6.24.1 Biochar Products Corporation Information

        6.24.2 Biochar Products Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.24.3 Biochar Products Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.24.4 Biochar Products Products Offered

        6.24.5 Biochar Products Recent Development

    6.25 Diacarbon Energy

        6.25.1 Diacarbon Energy Corporation Information

        6.25.2 Diacarbon Energy Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.25.3 Diacarbon Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.25.4 Diacarbon Energy Products Offered

        6.25.5 Diacarbon Energy Recent Development

    6.26 Agri-Tech Producers

        6.26.1 Agri-Tech Producers Corporation Information

        6.26.2 Agri-Tech Producers Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.26.3 Agri-Tech Producers Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.26.4 Agri-Tech Producers Products Offered

        6.26.5 Agri-Tech Producers Recent Development

    6.27 Green Charcoal International

        6.27.1 Green Charcoal International Corporation Information

        6.27.2 Green Charcoal International Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.27.3 Green Charcoal International Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.27.4 Green Charcoal International Products Offered

        6.27.5 Green Charcoal International Recent Development

    6.28 Vega Biofuels

        6.28.1 Vega Biofuels Corporation Information

        6.28.2 Vega Biofuels Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.28.3 Vega Biofuels Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.28.4 Vega Biofuels Products Offered

        6.28.5 Vega Biofuels Recent Development

    6.29 Full Circle Biochar

        6.29.1 Full Circle Biochar Corporation Information

        6.29.2 Full Circle Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.29.3 Full Circle Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.29.4 Full Circle Biochar Products Offered

        6.29.5 Full Circle Biochar Recent Development

    6.30 Pacific Pyrolysis

        6.30.1 Pacific Pyrolysis Corporation Information

        6.30.2 Pacific Pyrolysis Biochar Fertilizer Description, Business Overview

        6.30.3 Pacific Pyrolysis Biochar Fertilizer Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

        6.30.4 Pacific Pyrolysis Products Offered

        6.30.5 Pacific Pyrolysis Recent Development

7 Biochar Fertilizer Manufacturing Cost Analysis

    7.1 Biochar Fertilizer Key Raw Materials Analysis

       7.1.1 Key Raw Materials

       7.1.2 Key Raw Materials Price Trend

       7.1.3 Key Suppliers of Raw Materials

    7.2 Proportion of Manufacturing Cost Structure

    7.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Biochar Fertilizer

    7.4 Biochar Fertilizer Industrial Chain Analysis

8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers

    8.1 Marketing Channel

    8.2 Biochar Fertilizer Distributors List

    8.3 Biochar Fertilizer 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 Biochar Fertilizer Market Estimates and Projections by Type

        10.1.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fertilizer by Type (2021-2026)

        10.1.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fertilizer by Type (2021-2026)

    10.2 Biochar Fertilizer Market Estimates and Projections by Application

        10.2.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fertilizer by Application (2021-2026)

        10.2.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fertilizer by Application (2021-2026)

    10.3 Biochar Fertilizer Market Estimates and Projections by Region

        10.3.1 Global Forecasted Sales of Biochar Fertilizer by Region (2021-2026)

        10.3.2 Global Forecasted Revenue of Biochar Fertilizer by Region (2021-2026)

11 Research Finding and Conclusion

12 Methodology and Data Source

    12.1 Methodology/Research Approach

        12.1.1 Research Programs/Design

        12.1.2 Market Size Estimation

        12.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation

    12.2 Data Source

        12.2.1 Secondary Sources

        12.2.2 Primary Sources

    12.3 Author List

    12.4 Disclaimer

Table 1. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) Growth Rate Comparison by Type (2015-2026)

Table 2. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) Comparison by Application: 2020 VS 2026

Table 3. Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Size by Type (K MT) (US$ Million) (2020 VS 2026)

Table 4. Global Key Biochar Fertilizer Manufacturers Covered in This Study

Table 5. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

Table 6. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

Table 7. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million USD) by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

Table 8. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2015-2020)

Table 9. Global Market Biochar Fertilizer Average Price (USD/MT) of Key Manufacturers (2015-2020)

Table 10. Manufacturers Biochar Fertilizer Sales Sites and Area Served

Table 11. Manufacturers Biochar Fertilizer Product Types

Table 12. Global Biochar Fertilizer Manufacturers Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)

Table 13. Global Biochar Fertilizer by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) (based on the Revenue in Biochar Fertilizer as of 2019)

Table 14. Manufacturers Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

Table 15. Main Points Interviewed from Key Biochar Fertilizer Players

Table 16. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) by Region (2015-2020)

Table 17. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Table 18. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million US$) by Region (2015-2020)

Table 19. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Table 20. North America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country (2015-2020) (K MT)

Table 21. North America Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 22. North America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue by Country (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Table 23. North America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 24. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country (2015-2020) (K MT)

Table 25. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 26. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Revenue by Country (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Table 27. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 28. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Region (2015-2020) (K MT)

Table 29. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Table 30. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Revenue by Region (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Table 31. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Table 32. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country (2015-2020) (K MT)

Table 33. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 34. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue by Country (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Table 35. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 36. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Sales by Country (2015-2020) (K MT)

Table 37. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 38. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Revenue by Country (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Table 39. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country (2015-2020)

Table 40. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) by Type (2015-2020)

Table 41. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Share by Type (2015-2020)

Table 42. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million US$) by Type (2015-2020)

Table 43. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Share by Type (2015-2020)

Table 44. Global Biochar Fertilizer Price (USD/MT) by Type (2015-2020)

Table 45. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) by Application (2015-2020)

Table 46. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Application (2015-2020)

Table 47. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate by Application (2015-2020)

Table 48. Biogrow Limited Corporation Information

Table 49. Biogrow Limited Description and Business Overview

Table 50. Biogrow Limited Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 51. Biogrow Limited Main Product

Table 52. Biogrow Limited Recent Development

Table 53. Biochar Farms Corporation Information

Table 54. Biochar Farms Description and Business Overview

Table 55. Biochar Farms Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 56. Biochar Farms Main Product

Table 57. Biochar Farms Recent Development

Table 58. Anulekh Corporation Information

Table 59. Anulekh Description and Business Overview

Table 60. Anulekh Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 61. Anulekh Main Product

Table 62. Anulekh Recent Development

Table 63. GreenBack Corporation Information

Table 64. GreenBack Description and Business Overview

Table 65. GreenBack Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 66. GreenBack Main Product

Table 67. GreenBack Recent Development

Table 68. Airex Energy Corporation Information

Table 69. Airex Energy Description and Business Overview

Table 70. Airex Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 71. Airex Energy Main Product

Table 72. Airex Energy Recent Development

Table 73. Biochar Supreme Corporation Information

Table 74. Biochar Supreme Description and Business Overview

Table 75. Biochar Supreme Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 76. Biochar Supreme Main Product

Table 77. Biochar Supreme Recent Development

Table 78. NextChar Corporation Information

Table 79. NextChar Description and Business Overview

Table 80. NextChar Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 81. NextChar Main Product

Table 82. NextChar Recent Development

Table 83. Terra Char Corporation Information

Table 84. Terra Char Description and Business Overview

Table 85. Terra Char Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 86. Terra Char Main Product

Table 87. Terra Char Recent Development

Table 88. Genesis Industries Corporation Information

Table 89. Genesis Industries Description and Business Overview

Table 90. Genesis Industries Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 91. Genesis Industries Main Product

Table 92. Genesis Industries Recent Development

Table 93. Interra Energy Corporation Information

Table 94. Interra Energy Description and Business Overview

Table 95. Interra Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 96. Interra Energy Main Product

Table 97. Interra Energy Recent Development

Table 98. CharGrow Corporation Information

Table 99. CharGrow Description and Business Overview

Table 100. CharGrow Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 101. CharGrow Main Product

Table 102. CharGrow Recent Development

Table 103. Pacific Biochar Corporation Information

Table 104. Pacific Biochar Description and Business Overview

Table 105. Pacific Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 106. Pacific Biochar Main Product

Table 107. Pacific Biochar Recent Development

Table 108. Biochar Now Corporation Information

Table 109. Biochar Now Description and Business Overview

Table 110. Biochar Now Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 111. Biochar Now Main Product

Table 112. Biochar Now Recent Development

Table 113. The Biochar Company (TBC) Corporation Information

Table 114. The Biochar Company (TBC) Description and Business Overview

Table 115. The Biochar Company (TBC) Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 116. The Biochar Company (TBC) Main Product

Table 117. The Biochar Company (TBC) Recent Development

Table 118. ElementC6 Corporation Information

Table 119. ElementC6 Description and Business Overview

Table 120. ElementC6 Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 121. ElementC6 Main Product

Table 122. ElementC6 Recent Development

Table 123. Carbon Gold Corporation Information

Table 124. Carbon Gold Description and Business Overview

Table 125. Carbon Gold Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 126. Carbon Gold Main Product

Table 127. Carbon Gold Recent Development

Table 128. Kina Corporation Information

Table 129. Kina Description and Business Overview

Table 130. Kina Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 131. Kina Main Product

Table 132. Kina Recent Development

Table 133. Swiss Biochar GmbH Corporation Information

Table 134. Swiss Biochar GmbH Description and Business Overview

Table 135. Swiss Biochar GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 136. Swiss Biochar GmbH Main Product

Table 137. Swiss Biochar GmbH Recent Development

Table 138. BlackCarbon Corporation Information

Table 139. BlackCarbon Description and Business Overview

Table 140. BlackCarbon Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 141. BlackCarbon Main Product

Table 142. BlackCarbon Recent Development

Table 143. Carbon Terra Corporation Information

Table 144. Carbon Terra Description and Business Overview

Table 145. Carbon Terra Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 146. Carbon Terra Main Product

Table 147. Carbon Terra Recent Development

Table 148. Sonnenerde Corporation Information

Table 149. Sonnenerde Description and Business Overview

Table 150. Sonnenerde Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 151. Sonnenerde Main Product

Table 152. Sonnenerde Recent Development

Table 153. Biokol Corporation Information

Table 154. Biokol Description and Business Overview

Table 155. Biokol Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 156. Biokol Main Product

Table 157. Biokol Recent Development

Table 158. Verora GmbH Corporation Information

Table 159. Verora GmbH Description and Business Overview

Table 160. Verora GmbH Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 161. Verora GmbH Main Product

Table 162. Verora GmbH Recent Development

Table 163. Biochar Products Corporation Information

Table 164. Biochar Products Description and Business Overview

Table 165. Biochar Products Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 166. Biochar Products Main Product

Table 167. Biochar Products Recent Development

Table 168. Diacarbon Energy Corporation Information

Table 169. Diacarbon Energy Description and Business Overview

Table 170. Diacarbon Energy Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 171. Diacarbon Energy Main Product

Table 172. Diacarbon Energy Recent Development

Table 173. Agri-Tech Producers Corporation Information

Table 174. Agri-Tech Producers Description and Business Overview

Table 175. Agri-Tech Producers Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 176. Agri-Tech Producers Main Product

Table 177. Agri-Tech Producers Recent Development

Table 178. Green Charcoal International Corporation Information

Table 179. Green Charcoal International Description and Business Overview

Table 180. Green Charcoal International Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 181. Green Charcoal International Main Product

Table 182. Green Charcoal International Recent Development

Table 183. Vega Biofuels Corporation Information

Table 184. Vega Biofuels Description and Business Overview

Table 185. Vega Biofuels Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 186. Vega Biofuels Main Product

Table 187. Vega Biofuels Recent Development

Table 188. Full Circle Biochar Corporation Information

Table 189. Full Circle Biochar Description and Business Overview

Table 190. Full Circle Biochar Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 191. Full Circle Biochar Main Product

Table 192. Full Circle Biochar Recent Development

Table 193. Pacific Pyrolysis Corporation Information

Table 194. Pacific Pyrolysis Description and Business Overview

Table 195. Pacific Pyrolysis Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT), Revenue (Million US$), Price (USD/MT) and Gross Margin (2015-2020)

Table 196. Pacific Pyrolysis Main Product

Table 197. Pacific Pyrolysis Recent Development

Table 198. Production Base and Market Concentration Rate of Raw Material

Table 199. Key Suppliers of Raw Materials

Table 200. Biochar Fertilizer Distributors List

Table 201. Biochar Fertilizer Customers List

Table 202. Biochar Fertilizer Market Trends

Table 203. Biochar Fertilizer Opportunities and Drivers

Table 204. Biochar Fertilizer Market Challenges

Table 205. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

Table 206. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

Table 207. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million US$) Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

Table 208. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million US$) Market Share Forecast by Type (2021-2026)

Table 209. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

Table 210. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue (Million US$) Forecast by Application (2021-2026)

Table 211. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales (K MT) Forecast by Region (2021-2026)

Table 212. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share Forecast by Region (2021-2026)

Table 213. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Forecast by Region (2021-2026) (US$ Million)

Table 214. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share Forecast by Region (2021-2026)

Table 215. Research Programs/Design for This Report

Table 216. Key Data Information from Secondary Sources

Table 217. Key Data Information from Primary Sources

List of Figures

Figure 1. Picture of Biochar Fertilizer

Figure 2. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Type: 2020 VS 2026

Figure 3. Organic Fertilizer Product Picture

Figure 4. Inorganic Fertilizer Product Picture

Figure 5. Compound Fertilizer Product Picture

Figure 6. Global Biochar Fertilizer Consumption Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2026

Figure 7. Cereals

Figure 8. Oil Crops

Figure 9. Fruits and Vegetables

Figure 10. Others

Figure 11. Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Size 2015-2026 (US$ Million)

Figure 12. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Capacity (K MT) (2015-2026)

Figure 13. Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Size Market Share by Region: 2020 Versus 2026

Figure 14. Biochar Fertilizer Sales Share by Manufacturers in 2020

Figure 15. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Share by Manufacturers in 2019

Figure 16. The Global 5 and 10 Largest Players: Market Share by Biochar Fertilizer Revenue in 2019

Figure 17. Biochar Fertilizer Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3): 2015 VS 2019

Figure 18. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Figure 19. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Region in 2019

Figure 20. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Region (2015-2020)

Figure 21. Global Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Region in 2019

Figure 22. North America Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 23. North America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 24. U.S. Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 25. U.S. Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 26. Canada Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 27. Canada Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 28. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 29. Europe Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 30. Germany Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 31. Germany Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 32. France Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 33. France Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 34. U.K. Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 35. U.K. Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 36. Italy Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 37. Italy Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 38. Russia Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 39. Russia Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 40. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Region in 2019

Figure 41. Asia Pacific Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Region in 2019

Figure 42. China Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 43. China Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 44. Japan Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 45. Japan Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 46. South Korea Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 47. South Korea Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 48. India Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 49. India Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 50. Australia Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 51. Australia Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 52. Taiwan Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 53. Taiwan Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 54. Indonesia Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 55. Indonesia Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 56. Thailand Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 57. Thailand Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 58. Malaysia Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 59. Malaysia Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 60. Philippines Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 61. Philippines Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 62. Vietnam Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 63. Vietnam Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 64. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 65. Latin America Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 66. Mexico Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 67. Mexico Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 68. Brazil Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 69. Brazil Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 70. Argentina Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 71. Argentina Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 72. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Sales Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 73. Middle East and Africa Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Market Share by Country in 2019

Figure 74. Turkey Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 75. Turkey Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 76. Saudi Arabia Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 77. Saudi Arabia Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 78. UAE Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth Rate (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 79. UAE Biochar Fertilizer Revenue Growth Rate (2015-2020) (US$ Million)

Figure 80. Sales Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Type (2015-2020)

Figure 81. Sales Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Type in 2020

Figure 82. Global Biochar Fertilizer Market Share by Price Range (2015-2020)

Figure 83. Revenue Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Type in 2019

Figure 84. Global Biochar Fertilizer Sales Growth by Type (2015-2020) (K MT)

Figure 85. Sales Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Application (2015-2020)

Figure 86. Sales Market Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Application in 2020

Figure 87. Revenue Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Application (2015-2020)

Figure 88. Revenue Share of Biochar Fertilizer by Application in 2020

Figure 89. Key Raw Materials Price Trend

Figure 90. Manufacturing Cost Structure of Biochar Fertilizer

Figure 91. Manufacturing Process Analysis of Biochar Fertilizer

Figure 92. Biochar Fertilizer Industrial Chain Analysis

Figure 93. Channels of Distribution

Figure 94. Distributors Profiles

Figure 95. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

Figure 96. Bottom-up and Top-down Approaches for This Report

Figure 97. Data Triangulation

Figure 98. Key Executives Interviewed

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Student romance leads to two PhDs in one day

15 December, 2020
 

There was jubilation all round in the Shange-Juba household when Nompumelelo Shange and Roderick Juba received their PhD degrees together on the very same day – and both in the Faculty of AgriSciences at Stellenbosch University.

Shange received her degree in Food Science and Juba in Conservation Ecology. The couple were married in September 2019 during a traditional wedding in Inanda near Durban.

“Because of Covid, we had to postpone our white wedding to next year,” Shange said.

The two hail from Inanda and Humansdorp respectively. They were second years, living in the Erica and Helderberg residences, when their paths crossed in 2010 through mutual friends.

After years of “just being friends”, they started dating in 2016 when at long last both realised they not only shared the same sense of humour, aspirations and work ethic, but were in fact soulmates and best friends.

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For the past year or two, they successfully navigated the intricacies of a long-distance romance caused by their shared career aspirations. While Shange was based in Stellenbosch and Oudtshoorn, Juba studied part-time towards his PhD while working for Living Lands, an NGO involved in the holistic management of important catchment areas.

“I’ve learnt about persistence, perseverance and hard work from him,” Shange said.

“And I’ve learnt that she’ll do anything to get things done, and that hard work is part of that,” Juba said.

Taking the world by storm – together

They are planning to take the world by storm together and to pay their good fortune of a good education forward by motivating and helping others to do the same.

For her PhD in Food Science, Shange investigated to what degree two emerging pathogens – Campylobacter and Arcobacter – are found in the ostrich meat industry. These pathogens can cause gastrointestinal infections in humans.

“Regulations that govern the contamination of any meat products with these species are not yet in place in South Africa, but my work could serve as a good baseline should government want to put guidelines in place,” she said.

Juba focused on the impact of invasive alien trees on riparian zones and the potential value that could be derived from harvesting its biomass.

Among others, he looked at the monetary value attached to producing value-added wood products made from invasive trees being chopped down.

“Bioproducts made from invasive plants, such as biochar and wood chips, can be used to varying degrees of success by wheat and canola farmers to improve soil quality,” he noted.

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Using biochar in urban green areas -A test site at Helsinki

16 December, 2020
 

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Sorption behaviour of xylene isomers on biochar from a range of feedstock,Chemosphere

16 December, 2020
 

Inland oil spillage is one of the widespread sources of crude oil volatile organic compound emissions (CVEs) for which the long-term remedial solutions are often complex and expensive. This paper investigates the potential of a low-cost containment solution for contaminated solids by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using biochar. The results of an extensive experimental investigation are presented on the sorption kinetics of xylene isomers (one type of the most frequently detected CVEs) on commercial biochar produced by prevalent feedstocks (wheat, corn, rice and rape straw as well as hardwood) at affordable temperatures (300-500°C). Chemical and physical properties of biochar were analysed in terms of elemental composition, scanning electron microscopy, specific surface area, ATR-FTIR spectra and Raman spectrometry. We show that for high-temperature biochar with similar surface chemistry, the sorption efficiency is mainly controlled by porous structure and pore size distribution. Biochar samples with higher specific surface area and higher volume of mesopores showed the highest sorption capacity (45.37-50.88 mg/g) since the sorbate molecules have more access to active sites under a greater intra-particle diffusion and elevated pore-filling. P-xylene showed a slightly higher sorption affinity to biochar compared to other isomers, especially in mesoporous biochar, which can be related to its lower kinetic diameter and simpler molecular shape. The sorption capacity of biochar produced at higher pyrolysis temperatures was found to be more sensitive to changes in ambient temperature due to dominant physical adsorption. Elovich kinetic model was found to be the best model to describe xylenes’ sorption on biochar which indirectly indicates π–π stacking and hydrogen bonding as the main mechanism of xylene sorption on these types of biochar.

内陆溢油是原油挥发性有机化合物排放(CVE)的广泛来源之一,为此,长期的补救措施通常很复杂且昂贵。本文研究了使用生物炭为挥发性有机化合物(VOC)污染固体提供低成本遏制解决方案的潜力。广泛的实验研究结果显示了二甲苯异构体(一种最常检测到的CVE)在可承受温度下由常用原料(小麦,玉米,大米,油菜秸秆以及硬木)产生的商业生物炭上的吸附动力学。 (300-500°C)。根据元素组成,扫描电子显微镜,比表面积,ATR-FTIR光谱和拉曼光谱分析了生物炭的化学和物理性质。我们表明,对于具有相似表面化学性质的高温生物炭,其吸附效率主要受多孔结构和孔径分布的控制。具有较高比表面积和较高中孔体积的生物炭样品显示出最高的吸附容量(45.37-50.88 mg / g),因为在更大的颗粒内扩散和提高的孔填充率下,山梨酸酯分子更容易进入活性位点。与其他异构体相比,对二甲苯对生物炭的吸附亲和力略高,尤其是在中孔生物炭中,这可能与对二甲苯的动力学直径较小和分子形状更简单有关。由于主要的物理吸附,发现在较高的热解温度下产生的生物炭的吸附能力对环境温度的变化更敏感。发现Elovich动力学模型是描述二甲苯在生物炭上吸附的最佳模型,这间接表明π–π堆积和氢键是这些类型生物炭上二甲苯吸附的主要机理。


Biochar Fertilizer Market trend

16 December, 2020
 

Biochar Fertilizer Market includes Overview, classification, industry value, price, cost and gross profit. It also covers types, enterprises and applications….


Biochar on Soil Chemical Properties and Beak Pepper (Capsicun chinense)

16 December, 2020
 

The intensive use of highly soluble chemical fertilizers corresponds to a large part of the production costs in agricultural systems and can cause impacts on the environment [1]. On the other hand, the growth, in Brazil, of the demand for the production of healthier and more sustainable food, has been seeking alternative fertilization that can contribute in a beneficial way to sustainable development. The use of waste as a source of nutrients for plants and improving soil quality is a form of safe disposal in the environment.

One way of using these organic residues is through the pyrolysis of this material, thereby making C more stable in the produced biochar compared to the original biomass [2]. Biochar is the term given to the material resulting from the thermal degradation (pyrolysis) of organic matter with little or no oxygen present [3], quickly or slowly. Its nutritional characteristics vary depending on the material used in pyrolysis, but there is usually an increase in the capacity for cation exchange, macronutrients, micronutrients and pH [4] [5]. According to some authors Faria et al. [6] and Lima et al. [7], the use of biochar in agriculture promotes an increase in crop productivity due to the greater absorption of nutrients by plants.

In recent years, accompanying the growth of the national the chicken meat production, significant amounts of waste were generated, such as poultry litter. This poultry litter is used as a soil fertilizer due to its high content of nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium. When this material is applied directly to the soil without any previous treatment, it becomes a potential contaminant, capable of polluting agricultural soils with pathogens, antibiotics, pesticides and heavy metals that can accumulate in the superficial layers of the soil and contaminate bodies of water becoming bio unavailable and phytotoxic, compromising crop quality [8] [9]. With the huge amount of chicken wasted biomass, biochar comes as an obvious solution for urgent problems: a fast, inexpensive and opportune way to dispose of poultry litter, stock carbon and improve soil quality.

Although environmental and agricultural benefits are well described in various studies [10] [11] [12] [13], there is not in pepper plant responses to the application of poultry litter biochar to soil.

The beak pepper (Capsicun chinense), belonging to the Solanaceae family and to the genus Capsicum, originates in the Western Hemisphere, having a triangular shape with a very pointed tip, forming a pout, with approximately 2.5 to 2.8 cm in length and 1.5 cm wide, due to great diversity, in terms of colors, with a predominance of red coloring [14]. This pepper quickly gained national expression for presenting extremely tasty and aromatic fruits, characterized mainly by its sweet and pungent flavor [15]. In addition to being consumed fresh, peppers supply the agribusiness and can be processed in the form of sauces, preserves and jellies, also covering the sale of ornamental plants [16].

The cultivation of peppers, in several Brazilian states, has been expanding in recent years, due to the growing demand from the domestic and foreign markets, and according to [17], adapts to family farming and integration between small farmers and agribusiness.

Mineral nutrition directly influences the growth and production of plants, where it is essential to increase productivity and improve the quality of harvested products. Embrapa Hortaliças [18], reports that limestone is essential in pepper cultivation, since the base saturation must be increased to 80% and the minimum magnesium content to 8 mmol∙dm−3. In addition to the use of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium and the application of boron and zinc, organic fertilization, approximately 10 t∙ha−1, should be used if chicken manure or 30 t∙ha−1 of cattle manure.

Considering that pepper plants need adequate nutrients for their development, it is important to apply organic fertilizer when planting them, both for their nutritional form and to reduce production costs in family farming and that biochar is a promising product as use of fertilizer, the present study was to assess the effect of poultry litter biochar on soil chemical properties and the culture of the beak pepper (Capsicun chinense). Since it is expected that the incubation of biochar to the soil, increase soil fertility by nutritional enrichment of the soil and consequently improve the production of this culture.

The trial was carried out in a greenhouse using Dystrophic Gray Argisol samples collected in the superficial layer (0 – 20 cm) from the Agreste Region of Paraíba. These samples were air-dried, crushed, sieved through a 2 mm sieve and its physical and chemical characteristics were obtained according to the methodologies described by [19] with the following results: clay = 40.0 g∙kg−1, silt = 90.4 g∙kg−1 and sand = 869.6 g kg−1; pH(H2O) = 5.42; Ca = 2.2 cmolc∙kg−1; Mg = 2.4 cmolc∙kg−1; Na = 0.04 cmolc∙kg−1; K = 0.11 cmolc∙kg−1; H + Al = 2.38 cmolc∙kg−1; P = 3.8 mg∙kg−1; OM = 17.9 g∙kg−1, CEC = 7.13 cmolc∙kg−1.

This biochar was produced in the Irrigation and Salinity Laboratory submitting the poultry litter wastes to a slow pyrolysis at 350˚C for 3 hours at a heating rate of 10˚C∙min−1 in a muffle furnace. It was removed from the muffle only after it had completely cooled down, around 24 hours. After pyrolysis, the biochar was grounded and passed through a 2 mm sieve to be used in the experiments.

The poultry litter biochar was chemically characterized, according to the manual of official analytical methods for fertilizers and correctives [20], presenting the following attributes: Total Nitrogen (g∙kg−1) = 30.6; Phosphorus (P2O5) Total (%) = 5.76; Potassium (K2O) (%) = 6.61; Ca (%) = 5.27; Mg (%) = 1.08; pH = 8.97; Organic carbon (g∙kg−1) = 400.2; Carbon/Nitrogen ratio = 13.08 and CEC (cmolc∙kg−1) = 58.61.

The experimental units, corresponding to plastic vessels, were prepared with 5 kg of soil, previously dried, sieved and mixed with increasing doses of biochar. After the preparation of the experimental units, the material (soil + biochar) was incubated for 20 days keeping the humidity close to the field capacity. After this period, soil samples from the experimental units were collected and then chemically analyzed.

The seedlings of pepper (Capsicun chinense) were produced in a greenhouse, using coconut fiber substrate in trays suitable for sowing. After sowing, transplantation to the experimental units was carried out when the seedlings were, on average, 15 cm tall. After 10 days of transplanting, thinning was done, leaving a plant/vessel.

The experimental design used was entirely randomized, comprising the following increasing doses of biochar: 0; 2.5; 5.0; 7.5 and 10 t∙ha−1, with three replications, totaling 15 experimental units.

The irrigation of the plants was done with water supply, keeping the soil moisture close to the field capacity. Mineral fertilization was not done to not mask the effects of the treatments.

Biometric variables were analyzed at 120 DAS, after fruit harvesting: plant height (PH), stem diameter (SD), fresh shoot biomass (FSB) and fresh fruit biomass (FFB) and then all the material was placed in an oven at 65˚C to determine the dry biomass of the aerial part (DSB) and the fruits (DFB).

The results were submitted to analysis of variance and regression by orthogonal polynomials using the statistical program SISVAR [21]. The program’s name SISVAR, came from, in that “Sis” refers to the abbreviation of system in Portuguese and “var”, the abbreviation of variance. Thus the SISVAR system consists of an analysis of variance statistical program.

After applying biochar to the soils and incubating for 20 days, with the exception of electrical conductivity (EC), the biochar doses affected significantly influenced the chemical properties of the soil (Table 1).

DF: Degree of Freedom; * and **: significant (0.05 ≤ p) and (0.01 ≤ p) probability of error; ns: not significant; CV: Coefficient of Variation.

With the exception of calcium, exchangeable cation content (Na, Mg and K) increased with biochar concentrations (Figure 1), which is in line with previous studies [11] [22] [23]. At the highest dose (10 t∙ha−1) poultry litter biochar, increased the soil Na, Mg and K by 0.50, 0.93 and 2.29 cmolc∙kg−1, respectively; i.e., between these values and the control, there were an increased of 151%, 39% and 1754%, respectively.

In addition to the exchangeable cation content (K, Ca, and Mg) increase, pH, available P content, organic matter and sum of bases increased with biochar concentrations (Figure 2).

Soil pH values increased linearly after the addition of the biochar; at the highest dose of biochar increased the soil pH by 1.38 units; the available P contente increased 209.99 mg∙kg−1; the organic matter increased of 15.29 g∙kg−1 and the

sum of bases increased by 3.324 cmolc∙kg−1, i.e. there were increased of 26%, 5131%, 106% and 60% in relation to control, respectevely.

According to Sparks [24], changes in soil pH occur when cations from biochar remove aluminum (Al) from the clay and/or organic matter exchange sites reacting it with soluble monomeric Al species. Therefore, biochar act on soil as an acidity corrector.

The content of soil organic matter increased linearly with biochar concentrations. This is probably because biochar also undergoes biodegradation, although it is considered stable in the soil system [23].

The significant increase in the phosphorus content of the soil with the biochar application is probably due to the fact that the poultry litter biochar used in this research has in its constitution potassium phosphate (K2HPO4); another possibility could be related to the increase the soil pH by applying biochar, i.e., when the soil pH is lower than 5.7, P is predominantly in the form of H 2 PO 4 − ions, which frequently reacts with or is adsorbed by Fe or Al compounds to form low-solubility compounds [25].

The increase of the sum of bases with the biochar doses, may be attributed mainly to the potassium content of the biochar, being the sodium and magnesium in second and third place, respectevely. The considerable increase in the potassium content is justified by the presence of compounds such as potassium chloride (KCl), potassium aluminosilicate (KAlSiO4) and dibasic potassium phosphate (K2HPO4).

In general, the application of poultry litter biochar in the soil has increased all chemical attributes of the soil, thereby improving the soil fertility level.

Analyzing the summary of the analysis of variance, it appears that the treatments were significant at the level of p < 0.05 and p < 0.01 only for the fresh biomass of the aerial part and for the dry biomass of the aerial part, respectively (Table 2).

DF: Degree of Freedom; * and **: significant (0.05 ≤ p) and (0.01 ≤ p) probability of error; ns: not significant; 1.2.3Transformed into (X−1388 − 1)/1388; 1/x and √x + 1, respectively; CV: Coefficient of Variation.

According to the treatments, it was verified that thee fresh weight of the aerial part (FSB) increased linearly with increasing concentrations of poultry litter biochar (Figure 3). The addition of 10 t∙ha−1 of the biochar led to an increase in FSB from 29.67 g (control treatment) to 54.57 g per plant (unprocessed data), promoting an increase of 84.5% when compared to the control with the highest dose.

The biochar doses significantly influenced the fresh fruit biomass (BFF) in a quadratic way, where the highest BFR value was 1.68 g/plant (1.82 g/plant, unprocessed data) at the 5.15 t∙ha−1 dose (Figure 3), favoring an increase of 75.5%. There was no production of beak pepper in the control (without biochar) and the highest dose of biochar (10 t∙ha−1), however the data were transformed.

Positive effects on growth of beak pepper plant, after poultry litter biochar application, are associated with the enhancement of soil chemical properties increasing the nutrient availability improving the efficiency of them to plants, especially in sandy soils, as is the case with the present work, where nutrients loss is a major agronomic and environmental problem.

The fresh fruit biomass (FFB) of the piquette pepper did not adjust to the t test, and the Kruskal-Wallis test was applied, where there is a significant difference in doses 2.5; 5.0 and 7.5 t∙ha−1 of biochar in relation to the control (Figure 4), promoting an increase of 165.7%; 234.3% and 242.8%, respectively. However, they did not differentiate between themselves. On the other hand, at a dose of 10 t∙ha−1, a significant reduction was observed, which did not differ statistically from the control.

In general, macronutrients in the soil, mainly the levels of potassium and phosphorus, increased due to the increasing doses of biochar; likewise, base saturation reached 90% (necessary for pepper planting), which indicates that biochar positively affected plant development. However, fruit production was affected by doses 0 and 10 t∙ha−1. With the lowest dose, absence of biochar, the nutrients present in the soil were not sufficient for the plants to produce fruit; with the highest dose of biochar, due to the increase in the sodium content in the soil and the electrical conductivity (2.0 dS∙m−1) impaired flowering and fruit production. In several experimental units, the plants bloomed, but, quickly, the flowers fell, the plants did not support these flowers until the formation of the fruits. Perhaps other problems may have interfered, such as the lack of micronutrients and/or the deficiency of calcium for the plants.

Biochar prepared from the poultry litter improved the soil chemical properties using as an acidity corrective and source of nutrients, mainly phosphorus and potassium.

The doses of biochar used in this research, in general, favored the development and production of the beak pepper, increasing the fresh shoot biomass, the fresh and dry fruit biomass.

To improve the soil chemical properties, the highest biochar dose is recommended, that is, 10 ton∙ha−1, however, this dose can harm the production of pepper fruits, so for this crop 5 ton∙ha−1 should be recommended.

To the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development—CNPq, for granting scholarships to the first author.

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Ecotoxicology of Soil Organic Amendments

16 December, 2020
 

Environmental processes such as erosion, decline of organic matter, landslides, flooding, sealing, salinization, compaction and chemical pollution are considered the major threats for soil quality. However, chemical pollution is probably the most significant environmental stressor in the long-term degradation of agricultural soils. A wide variety of pollutants reaches the soil via pesticide application, fertilization with biosolid-derived composts, and crop irrigation with reclaimed wastewater. Moreover, the use of plastic materials in agriculture (e.g., plastic film mulching, soil solarization) is other way of soil contamination by microplastics (<5 mm plastic fragments).

It is now recognized that soil biodiversity is a critical variable in maintaining soil quality and fertility. Therefore, the use of bioengineering and biological strategies for promoting soil faunal diversity while mitigates adverse effects from pollutants is a topic of active research. Among these strategies, biochar and vermicompost emerge as environmentally friendly technologies with potential to pollutant detoxification and soil biodiversity promotion. However, although the application of such strategies requires meeting regulatory quality standards mainly based on physicochemical parameters, potential toxicity of these materials is often ignored.

This Research Topic aims to bring together research on basic knowledge and critical aspects of emerging strategies and practices to promote soil biodiversity. More specifically, the SI covers the following, but not limited to, subjects:
– Ecotoxicology of soil amendments (biochar, vermicompost, and other related agricultural, industrial and municipal by-products).
– Impact of soil amendments on contaminant fate and toxicity at both short- and long-term scales.
– Methodologies and strategies for monitoring toxicity of soil amendments (predictive and prospective environmental risk assessment).
– Chemical and biological strategies for managing plastic debris to obtain environmentally safety soil organic amendments (e.g., biochar derived from co-pyrolyzed biomass and plastic waste streams).

Keywords: Ecotoxicological risk assessment, Biochar, Vermicompost, Bioremediation, Toxicity testing, Soil biodiversity

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Environmental processes such as erosion, decline of organic matter, landslides, flooding, sealing, salinization, compaction and chemical pollution are considered the major threats for soil quality. However, chemical pollution is probably the most significant environmental stressor in the long-term degradation of agricultural soils. A wide variety of pollutants reaches the soil via pesticide application, fertilization with biosolid-derived composts, and crop irrigation with reclaimed wastewater. Moreover, the use of plastic materials in agriculture (e.g., plastic film mulching, soil solarization) is other way of soil contamination by microplastics (<5 mm plastic fragments).

It is now recognized that soil biodiversity is a critical variable in maintaining soil quality and fertility. Therefore, the use of bioengineering and biological strategies for promoting soil faunal diversity while mitigates adverse effects from pollutants is a topic of active research. Among these strategies, biochar and vermicompost emerge as environmentally friendly technologies with potential to pollutant detoxification and soil biodiversity promotion. However, although the application of such strategies requires meeting regulatory quality standards mainly based on physicochemical parameters, potential toxicity of these materials is often ignored.

This Research Topic aims to bring together research on basic knowledge and critical aspects of emerging strategies and practices to promote soil biodiversity. More specifically, the SI covers the following, but not limited to, subjects:
– Ecotoxicology of soil amendments (biochar, vermicompost, and other related agricultural, industrial and municipal by-products).
– Impact of soil amendments on contaminant fate and toxicity at both short- and long-term scales.
– Methodologies and strategies for monitoring toxicity of soil amendments (predictive and prospective environmental risk assessment).
– Chemical and biological strategies for managing plastic debris to obtain environmentally safety soil organic amendments (e.g., biochar derived from co-pyrolyzed biomass and plastic waste streams).

Keywords: Ecotoxicological risk assessment, Biochar, Vermicompost, Bioremediation, Toxicity testing, Soil biodiversity

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Enhanced Adsorptive Removal of Sulfamethoxazole from Water using Biochar Derived from …

16 December, 2020
 

Sphere shaped aromatised carbon has been obtained from HTC treated sugarcane bagasse.

Hydrophilic functional groups on outer carbon sphere with mesopores structure on its surface.

Maximum sorption capacity 400 mg/g following heterogeneous chemical interaction.

SMX trapped on pores forming charge assisted hydrogen Bonding and π-π interaction with adsorbent.

Sorption is of SMX depends on ionisation effects with respect to pH.

Sphere shaped aromatised carbon has been obtained from HTC treated sugarcane bagasse.

Hydrophilic functional groups on outer carbon sphere with mesopores structure on its surface.

Maximum sorption capacity 400 mg/g following heterogeneous chemical interaction.

SMX trapped on pores forming charge assisted hydrogen Bonding and π-π interaction with adsorbent.

Sorption is of SMX depends on ionisation effects with respect to pH.

This research work primarily focussed on the production of biochar from sugarcane bagasse through HTC followed by NaOH activation at inert atmosphere for removing SMX from water. The biochar was characterized for structural morphology and presence of functional groups. XRD and FTIR analysis confirmed that presence of aromatized graphitic structure accumulated with oxygenated functional groups are responsible for the elimination of SMX. SEM analysis portrayed the sphere-shaped structure of biochar with hydrophobic groups interior and hydrophilic groups exterior. BET isotherm revealed the active surface area equal to 1099 m2/g with high coverage of mesopores structure. Pzpc of adsorbent is evaluated to 6.5 stating that effective removal of SMX depends on ionisation effects induced due to reaction medium. Kinetics study revealed the sorption of SMX followed chemical interaction pertaining to Elovich model. Isotherm studies revealed that Freundlich model fitted well stating heterogeneous mode of interaction. Immobilisation of SMX on surface of ABC is due to charge assisted hydrogen bonding and π-π interaction with graphitized carbon, showing maximum sorption capacity of 400 mg/g through spontaneous reaction. The results suggested that HTC derived biochar had great adsorption affinity with respect to pH towards SMX and could be employed as an effective sorbent in cleaning water contaminants.


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Pacific Biochar Secures First US Biochar Carbon Credits

18 December, 2020
 

Sonoma County, CA – December 17, 2020 – Pacific Biochar, the leading biochar producer and distributor on the west coast, has secured the first carbon credits for biochar in the United States, paving the way for rapid growth of the U.S. biochar industry and the carbon sequestration needed to address climate change.

Pacific Biochar transforms forestry biomass waste collected primarily from high-risk forest fire areas into a stable form of carbon called biochar. They do this by repurposing existing bioenergy infrastructure, which the company believes is the most cost-efficient way to scale up biochar production to meet growing demand and address climate change. Biochar is important for its carbon sequestration ability as well as its ecosystem benefits. It is listed as one of the top five natural climate solutions for climate change mitigation in a 2019 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.

Issued by the blockchain carbon sink platform, carbonfuture, the carbon credits were awarded for biochar produced at a Scotia, California biomass energy plant operated by Humboldt Sawmill and made with sawmill and logging residues from sustainably managed forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. “Biomass energy plants represent large-scale infrastructure well-positioned to produce massive amounts of biochar sustainably and cost-effectively,” says Andy Mercy, Head of Strategy for Pacific Biochar. And Bruce Springsteen of the Placer County Air Pollution Control District (not the E Street Band) points out that “when considering the limited available pathways for managing excess forest residues that are economically feasible, chipping the material in the field and transporting it to a biomass power plant for processing into biochar and renewable electricity represents one of the best available pathways from a regional air pollution emissions standpoint.” Given these advantages, Pacific Biochar plans to use its experience to partner with several plants in the next few years.

Climate Change Solution That Reduces Forest Fire Risk & Improves Soils

Catastrophic wildfires in California have made clear the urgency of forest management efforts that reduce risk and improve forest health. These federal, state, and private efforts result in copious amounts of forest biomass. In partnership with biomass energy plants, Pacific Biochar can give a portion of the forest biomass a second life by stabilizing the woody carbon into biochar and applying that biochar to farmlands where the benefits of improved soil health will be realized for generations to come. “The Redwood Forest Foundation, Inc. (RFFI) applauds Pacific Biochar’s pioneering efforts to sequester carbon through the production of biochar,” says Mark Welther, President and CEO of RFFI. “And their registration of carbon offset credits is an important next step toward addressing climate change and making sustainable forestry more economically viable.” 

Pacific Biochar sells its biochar, unadulterated or enhanced, to farmers who realize numerous benefits from adding carbon to their soil, including improved water and nutrient conservation, increased microbial support and stable organic matter. This is a good thing because most agricultural soils have lost between 25% and 75% of their soil carbon in the past few decades. Pacific Biochar is already able to offer its products direct to farmers, who can realize long-term improvements to soil health and crop yield with biochar inputs. In one multi-year study, Pacific Biochar’s products increased pinot noir grape yield by an average of 1.2 tons per acre over two years of harvest, paying back the cost of biochar application in just the first year. With carbon credits to offset cost, a larger portion of the farming community will be able to profitably apply biochar. “We’ve been making biochar for over a decade, supported purely by it’s agronomic value and driven by a passion to put massive amounts of carbon back in the ground,” says Josiah Hunt, Pacific Biochar founder and CEO, “and we’ve always believed that one day our biochar would be valued in carbon markets as well, an inflection point that would allow this carbon drawdown pathway to realize it’s full potential. It appears that time has arrived, and we’re excited to get going.”

A number of organizations have been working tirelessly to make this moment possible, including nonprofit organizations like the International Biochar Initiative (IBI), the United States Biochar Initiative (USBI) and the Sonoma Biochar Initiative (SBI).

About Pacific Biochar

With the goal of safely sequestering carbon while leaving a legacy of fertile soil, Pacific Biochar Public Benefit Corporation was founded in California in 2016. Today, Pacific Biochar is the leading biochar producer and distributor on the west coast. Our goal is to be the leader in technology development, sales and marketing of biochar in partnership with biomass energy plants across the United States and select international markets. We have a shovel ready plan to scale to an annual carbon drawdown of more than 1 million tons CO2e in as little as three years time, a growth that can be supported by sales of carbon credits. Climate conscious companies can purchase Pacific Biochar generated credits from both Puro and carbonfuture to neutralize their carbon emissions.

For more information, visit http://www.pacificbiochar.com

About Carbonfuture

Carbonfuture C-sink credits empower individuals and organizations to effectively remove CO2 from the atmosphere. For each credit, it is guaranteed by the European Biochar Industry Consortium (EBI) guidelines that one ton of CO2 is safely sequestered over at least 100 years, based on carbon preserving application of certified biochar. Carbonfuture C-sink credits are based on the most rigorous and trustworthy carbon crediting framework, which encompasses feedstock provision, biochar production, transport and the tracking of end use. As the duration of sequestration makes a huge difference for the climate benefit provided, carbonfuture requires sequestration over 100 years as a minimum. Blockchain-based tracking of biochar application and end use is key for trusted C-sink credits. The innovative C-sink credit offers for the first time full verifiable life cycle tracking of C-sinks. The credit also guarantees proper recognition of C-sink duration based on the most rigorous standard available.

For more details, visit https://carbonfuture.earth

About Humboldt Sawmill

Humboldt Sawmill is one of the Mendocino Family of Companies, which includes Allweather Wood, Humboldt Redwood Company, Humboldt Sawmill Company, Mendocino Forest Products, and Mendocino Redwood Company. In aggregate Mendocino Companies owns 440,000 acres of Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC® C013133) certified timberland, constitutes the largest waterborne wood treater in the Western USA, and is the largest producer of redwood lumber in the world. Humboldt Sawmill produces large timbers and custom cuts in redwood and Douglas-fir for “program” business.  Additionally, Mendocino Companies owns and operates a 25-megaWatt biomass Cogen plant and largest wood pellet plant in California.

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Influence of Biochar Particle Size and Concentration on Pb and As Availability in Contaminated …

18 December, 2020
 

Metal(loid)s found at many sites as a result of human activities induce contamination of ecosystems, which threatens the environment and public health. Several approaches can be used in order to reduce such negative impacts of pollutants, and among them, phytoremediation has gained attractive attention. The objective of the present study was to assess the capacity of Populus euramericana, Dorskamp cultivar, for the phytoremediation of metal(loid)s on a technosol (former mining site) highly contaminated mainly with Pb and As, and amended with biochars having different particle sizes. In a 46-day mesocosm glasshouse pot experiment, technosol was mixed at three ratios (0, 2, or 5% w/w) with four different hardwood-derived biochars (with various particle sizes) in order to study the biochar application rate and particle size effects on soil pore water (SPW) characteristics, on poplar growth, and on metal(loid) distribution and concentrations in the plant organs. The results showed that all biochars tested had a significant impact on several SPW physico-chemical parameters. Especially, biochar additions reduced available Pb concentrations but with no effect on As. In such conditions, Populus growth in amended technosol increased whatever rate and particle size of biochar used. Metal(loid) concentrations and repartition in plant organs showed the following: (1) for Pb, a higher root concentration with low aerial part translocation, which depended on biochar used, and (2) for As, mainly a root sequestration. We identified biochar with the finest particle size and combined with P. euramericana, Dorskamp, was the most suitable as remediation tools for Pb stabilization in post-mining contaminated soils.

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Highlights

• Four hardwood-derived biochars with different particle sizes were used to amend a highly contaminated mining soil.

• P. euramericana growth in technosol increased by adding biochar.

• Pb and As in Populus organs accumulated mainly in roots in 46day mesocosm trial.

• Biochar with the lower particle size was identified as the best remediation amendment combined with P. euramericana in such post mining contaminated soil.

Received: 31 July 2020

Accepted: 25 November 2020

Published: 18 December 2020

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-020-04942-y

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Virtual National Biochar Week Held December 7-11

18 December, 2020
 

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College completed a successful virtual National Biochar Week. With funding from the Chesapeake Bay Trust, Eastern, along with organizing partners – US Biochar Initiative, National Center for Resource Development, Infinite Solutions, Chesapeake Bay Trust, MASBio, Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns Grant Program, and the US Department of Agriculture, US Forest Service – hosted this virtual event December 7-11, highlighting “Biochar in the Real World,” focusing on the uses, types, and market of biochar.

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College Institute for Rural Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (IREED) assembled a broad range of global experts to form the Eastern Biochar Group, which now operates as a “grassroots” national effort to promote biochar.

Biochar is a material that is produced when plant matter, manure, or other organic material is heated in a zero- or low-oxygen environment that can take the shape of sticks, pellets, or dust. When biochar is inserted in soil, it can remove carbon from the atmosphere and store it underground. Biochar also brings agricultural benefits by boosting soil’s fertility and its ability to withstand drought or flooding and can rid soil of heavy metals and other pollutants.

Anthony (Amo) Oliverio, Biological and Environmental Technology Faculty at Eastern spoke at National Biochar Week about his work with Eastern’s Biochar initiatives, focusing on Urban Soil Regeneration Using Biochar and Compost. The basic purpose of the study is to improve soil health of urban soils by using various biochar blends and compost. Ultimately, the study hopes to find supporting evidence that various biochar blends could be a viable component of soil amendments to manage stormwater nutrients and runoff in West Virginia. Stormwater management is vital to the recovery of the Chesapeake Bay.

Oliverio became interested in biochar after learning about the ability to improve soil quality and possibly help reduce contamination of soils and water due to acid mine drainage and other coal production by-products. Besides personal interest, Oliverio believed this research would provide students of Eastern’s BET program valuable hands-on experience. Oliverio leads Eastern’s Biological and Environmental Technology (BET) program creating trained and knowledgeable people who will ensure responsible economic development while protecting our water, air, and biological systems for our generation and future generations.

Eastern’s Biochar initiatives also include assisting and leading components of the Mid-Atlantic Sustainable Biomass for Value-added Products Consortium (MASBio) project that is being funded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Sustainable Agriculture Systems program area and led by WVU’s Dr. Jingxin Wang, Professor within The Division of Forestry and Natural Resources.

“The next decade will focus on climate and environmental challenges/opportunities. Eastern’s culture embraces innovation and we are proud to support the study and application of biochar. The BET program at Eastern gives students the ability to use their degree in multiple arenas,” said Dr. Charles Terrell, President at Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College.

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Biochar Amendment Alters The Nutrient-Use Strategy of Moso Bamboo Under N Additions

18 December, 2020
 

Biochar Amendment Alters The Nutrient-Use Strategy of Moso Bamboo Under N Additions

Background: While we know that N and biochar fertilizers affect soil nutrient concentrations and plant nutrient uptake, our understanding of how combined applications of N and biochar affect plant nutrient resorption in plantations is largely inadequate. A field experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of N (0, 30, 60, and 90 kg N ha-1 yr-1 or N0, N30, N60, and N90), in combination with biochar (0, 20, and 40 t biochar ha-1 or BC0, BC20, and BC40) on N and P resorption by young and mature bamboo plants as well as the relationship between nutrient resorption and leaf nutrient and soil concentrations. Fresh and senescent leaf samples were collected in July 2016 and March 2017, respectively.

Results: Young bamboo showed significantly greater foliar N resorption efficiency (NRE) and P resorption efficiency (PRE) than mature bamboo. N additions alone significantly increased the N resorption proficiency (NRP) and P resorption proficiency (PRP) but decreased the NRE and PRE of both young and mature bamboo. In both the N-free (control) and N addition treatments, biochar amendments significantly reduced the foliar NRE and PRE of young bamboo but had the opposite effect on mature bamboo. Foliar NRE and PRE were significantly correlated with fresh leaf N and P concentrations and soil total P concentration.

Conclusion: Our findings suggest that N addition inhibits plant nutrient resorption and alters the nutrient-use strategy of young and mature bamboo from “conservative consumption” to “resource spending.” Furthermore, biochar amendment enhanced the negative priming effect of N addition on nutrient resorption of young bamboo but reduced the negative effect on that of mature bamboo. This study provides new insights into the combined effects of N and biochar additions on the nutrient resorption of Moso bamboo and may assist in improving fertilization strategies in Moso bamboo plantations.

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Background: While we know that N and biochar fertilizers affect soil nutrient concentrations and plant nutrient uptake, our understanding of how combined applications of N and biochar affect plant nutrient resorption in plantations is largely inadequate. A field experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of N (0, 30, 60, and 90 kg N ha-1 yr-1 or N0, N30, N60, and N90), in combination with biochar (0, 20, and 40 t biochar ha-1 or BC0, BC20, and BC40) on N and P resorption by young and mature bamboo plants as well as the relationship between nutrient resorption and leaf nutrient and soil concentrations. Fresh and senescent leaf samples were collected in July 2016 and March 2017, respectively.

Results: Young bamboo showed significantly greater foliar N resorption efficiency (NRE) and P resorption efficiency (PRE) than mature bamboo. N additions alone significantly increased the N resorption proficiency (NRP) and P resorption proficiency (PRP) but decreased the NRE and PRE of both young and mature bamboo. In both the N-free (control) and N addition treatments, biochar amendments significantly reduced the foliar NRE and PRE of young bamboo but had the opposite effect on mature bamboo. Foliar NRE and PRE were significantly correlated with fresh leaf N and P concentrations and soil total P concentration.

Conclusion: Our findings suggest that N addition inhibits plant nutrient resorption and alters the nutrient-use strategy of young and mature bamboo from “conservative consumption” to “resource spending.” Furthermore, biochar amendment enhanced the negative priming effect of N addition on nutrient resorption of young bamboo but reduced the negative effect on that of mature bamboo. This study provides new insights into the combined effects of N and biochar additions on the nutrient resorption of Moso bamboo and may assist in improving fertilization strategies in Moso bamboo plantations.


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18 December, 2020
 

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ attends the thirty fifth Annual EcoFarm Convention placed on by the Ecological Farming Affiliation and provides you a tour and evaluation of the occasion. You’ll study first hand what it’s wish to attend a few of the occasions at EcoFarm Convention that takes place at Asilomar yearly.

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Effects of contrasting biochars on the leaching of inorganic nitrogen from soil.

19 December, 2020
 

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Industrial alkali lignin-derived biochar as highly efficient and low-cost adsorption material for Pb(II)

19 December, 2020
 

The biochar (ALB) was obtained by directly pyrolyzing AL without modification.

The Qt of ALB increased by two times compared with AL.

The Qm of ALB was significantly superior to that of most reported biochars.

Surface complexation and precipitation dominated the Pb2+ adsorption by ALB.

The biochar (ALB) was obtained by directly pyrolyzing AL without modification.

The Qt of ALB increased by two times compared with AL.

The Qm of ALB was significantly superior to that of most reported biochars.

Surface complexation and precipitation dominated the Pb2+ adsorption by ALB.

Developing a cost-effective and high-efficiency biochar is critical in various environmental applications. Lignin-based materials are natural and abundant adsorbents to heavy metals benefited from their special polyphenol structure and physicochemical properties. In this study, adsorption capacities to Pb(II) by alkali lignin (AL) and its biochar derivative (ALB) were comparatively discussed, and the latter exhibited superior adsorption performance, with a maximum adsorption capacity almost twice that of the former, and a much faster absorption rate. The qm value of ALB was significantly superior to that of other reported biochar materials. Pb(II) was mainly adsorbed into ALB in three forms: mineral precipitation, ion exchange, and surface complexation, with complexation and mineral precipitation being the dominant mechanisms of adsorption. This study demonstrates that alkali-lignin derived biochar is a promising material for the remediation of polluted by Pb(II).


Mechanical behavior, under four-point bending test, of compositions with soil, bio-char and charcoal

19 December, 2020
 

Soil stabilization for use in pavement sublayers has been established in Geotechnical En-gineering as an option for pavement construction. In this context, certain alternative materials stand out, such as coal and biochar, which are able to fulfill this function when added to the soil, being the object of study in the present research. These products originated from char-coal furnaces and biomass carbonization under low oxygen atmosphere. In the present study we evaluated the natural soil and compositions according to the four-point bending test, for simulating vehicle tire-loads on the pavement. For this purpose, we molded prismatic speci-mens with natural soil (NS) typical of the Amazon region, with natural soil-10% charcoal (SCH) and soil-10% biochar (SBC). It was verified that the soil-biochar mixture (SBC) pre-sented better results, culminating in higher values of complex modulus when compared to the natural soil (NS) and soil-charcoal mixtures (SCH). Regarding the phase angle parameter and the analyzed set (NS, SCH e SBC), values close to zero were observed. Therefore, this article presents the possibility of using alternative materials for executing road systems with better performance.

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Impact of Biochar on Soil Temperature During 2 Year Field Experiment

19 December, 2020
 

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The aim of this paper was to investigate the relation of temperature of the soil surface to a biochar dose used in the field cultivation. Material from observations in a vegetation season of 2018 and 2019 was used in the studies. Based on the research that was carried out it was reported that the strongest relations of the temperature of air with the temperature of soil occurred for all biochar doses. In summer, relations of biochar to the soil temperature were stable and statistically significant.

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and Cd(ii) – RSC Advances

20 December, 2020
 

In this study, a novel magnetic biochar-MnFe2O4 nanocomposite (BC/FM) was prepared using low-cost corn straw and MnFe2O4 by sol–gel/pyrolyzing route using egg white, which has abundant functional groups (–NH2 and –COOH). Following that, its composition, morphology and structure was characterized by various techniques including SEM-EDX, BET, XRD, and VSM. Batch experiment of the adsorption for Pb(II) and Cd(II) including influence of pH, kinetics, isotherm and thermodynamics was also studied. The results demonstrated that biochar could effectively support MnFe2O4, which displayed high dispersion on the surface of the biochar and possessed abundant functional groups and high surface area contributing to superior performance on Pb(II) and Cd(II) removal. Therein, MnFe2O4 with high magnetism is convenient for separating the magnetic BC/FM from an aqueous medium. Adsorption experiment results indicate that Pb(II) and Cd(II) removal by BC/FM was closely related to pH with the best value of pH 5.0, and the process reached equilibrium in 2 h. The adsorption process is well-described by the pseudo-second-order kinetic model and Sips (Freundlich–Langmuir) model. Thermodynamic studies suggest that the adsorption process is spontaneous and exothermic. The maximum experimental adsorption capacity of BC/FM is 154.94 and 127.83 mg g−1 for Pb(II) and Cd(II), respectively, in single-solute system, which is higher than that of some of the other adsorbents of biochar or biochar-based composites. In bi-solute system, the preferential adsorption order of BC/FM for the two metals is Pb(II) prior to Cd(II). Finally, FTIR and XPS analysis verified that the main mechanism of Pb(II) and Cd(II) removal by BC/FM is by forming Pb/Cd–O or complexation of carboxyl and hydroxyl and ion exchange. Therefore, the prepared magnetic BC/FM composite, as an excellent adsorbent, exhibited potential applications for the removal of Pb(II) and Cd(II) from wastewater.

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Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg

20 December, 2020
 

2020 Average Metal Fabrication – Estimates and Prices

To have this fabricated and one coat of primer applied it would cost approximately Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg1,200- Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg1,500 per ton of structural steel. If you are looking for other metals, or perhaps sheet metal fabrication of various designs, prices can go up as high as Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg2,500 per ton. The above figures are just a rough guide.

2020 Steel Price Forecast General Steel

An October 2018 release from the World Steel Association predicted a small increase (1.4%) in global steel demand for 2019. That projection proved to be too conservative as the same report (pictured above) in October 2019 details increases of 3.9 percent due in large part to an unexpected rise in demand in China.. The year was challenging for the vast majority of worldwide economies, but : PrimePrime annual Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg119 /year Washable and See Through Mesh Produce Bags with Drawstring, Toggle Tare Weight Tag, Color Band for Easy to Pick, 4 Large 7 Medium Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgamp;4 Small, Orange Green and Pink Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg7.99 Portable Charger Power Bank 25800mAh Huge Capacity External Battery Pack Dual Output Port with LED Status Indicator Power Bank for iPhone, Samsung

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of energy capacity, 2 of large -scale 3 battery storage was in operation in the United States . Over 90% of large-scale battery storage power capacity in the United States was provided by batteries based on lithium-ion chemistries. About 73% of large-scale battery storage power capacity in the Unites States, representing 70% Biochar Price Sheet Pacific Biochar Benefit CorporationMar 29, 2015 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgnbsp; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#0183; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#32;Biochar Price Sheet. Biochar Price Sheet for Hawaii; 2.5 acre biochar field trial in Manteca, CA; Posted by Josiah Hunt on March 29, 2015 in Biochar Products. Biochar price sheet. Latest pricing for our biochar products manufactured on the West Coast. Share this article:3.

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Electricity generator cost data from survey form EIA-860

Presented below are graphs and tables of the cost data for generators installed in 2018 based on data collected by the 2019 Annual Electric Generator Report, Form EIA-860.The cost data for certain generation technologies were omitted to avoid disclosure of individual company data. How to calculate cost per unit AccountingToolsThe cost per unit is commonly derived when a company produces a large number of identical products. This information is then compared to budgeted or standard cost information to see if the organization is producing goods in a cost-effective manner.. The cost per unit is derived from the variable costs and fixed costs incurred by a production process, divided by the number of units produced.

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At about Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg4 per kilo, a China-US shipment between 150 kg and 500 kg can economically go air freight and will take around 8-10 days. E air freight is a few days quicker, but more expensive. Packages that are lighter than 150 kg can economically go by courier (e freight). At about Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg6 per kilo, a China-US shipment will take around 3 days. Prime Series Stretcher Spec Sheet – StrykerPrime Series Stretchers allows you to create the ideal solution to meet your specific needs. 1 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#177;3 lb (1.3 kg) for weights less than 100 lb (45 kg) and Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#177;3% for weights greater than or equal to 100 lb (45 kg) To meet the scale accuracy claim, the patient surface must be in the flat position (Fowler backrest and gatch down),in the highest

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Weekly raw steel production report for the U.S. This Week’s Raw Steel Production. In the week ending on November 28, 2020, domestic raw steel production was 1,561,000 net tons while the capability utilization rate was 70.6 percent.Production was 1,823,000 net tons in the week ending November 28, 2019 while the capability utilization then was 78.8 percent. Steel Industry DataWeekly raw steel production report for the U.S. This Week’s Raw Steel Production. In the week ending on November 28, 2020, domestic raw steel production was 1,561,000 net tons while the capability utilization rate was 70.6 percent.Production was 1,823,000 net tons in the week ending November 28, 2019 while the capability utilization then was 78.8 percent.

Steel Price (USA) Historical Charts, Forecasts, Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgamp; News

Steel (USA) Price Outlook Prices for hot-rolled coil U.S. steel continued to soar in recent weeks, hitting a one-year high, amid strong manufacturing activity data in China and the U.S in October. Steel traded at USD 711 per metric ton on 6 November, which was up 12.7% from the same day in the prior month. pricing of generators:Generator prices in India and their Apr 30, 2019 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgnbsp; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#0183; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#32;The price of a 15KVA generator can range from Rs 2.50 to Rs 3 lakh. The typical specification of this generator includes:230/415 volt, diesel powered, water/coolant cooled generator weighing 640 Kg. It conforms to CPCB-II emission norms. It conforms to sound emission standards laid down by MoEF/CPCB.

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To have this fabricated and one coat of primer applied it would cost approximately Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg1,200- Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg1,500 per ton of structural steel. If you are looking for other metals, or perhaps sheet metal fabrication of various designs, prices can go up as high as Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg2,500 per ton. The above figures are just a rough guide.

An October 2018 release from the World Steel Association predicted a small increase (1.4%) in global steel demand for 2019. That projection proved to be too conservative as the same report (pictured above) in October 2019 details increases of 3.9 percent due in large part to an unexpected rise in demand in China.. The year was challenging for the vast majority of worldwide economies, but : PrimePrime annual Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg119 /year Washable and See Through Mesh Produce Bags with Drawstring, Toggle Tare Weight Tag, Color Band for Easy to Pick, 4 Large 7 Medium Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgamp;4 Small, Orange Green and Pink Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg7.99 Portable Charger Power Bank 25800mAh Huge Capacity External Battery Pack Dual Output Port with LED Status Indicator Power Bank for iPhone, Samsung

of energy capacity, 2 of large -scale 3 battery storage was in operation in the United States . Over 90% of large-scale battery storage power capacity in the United States was provided by batteries based on lithium-ion chemistries. About 73% of large-scale battery storage power capacity in the Unites States, representing 70% Biochar Price Sheet Pacific Biochar Benefit CorporationMar 29, 2015 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgnbsp; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#0183; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#32;Biochar Price Sheet. Biochar Price Sheet for Hawaii; 2.5 acre biochar field trial in Manteca, CA; Posted by Josiah Hunt on March 29, 2015 in Biochar Products. Biochar price sheet. Latest pricing for our biochar products manufactured on the West Coast. Share this article:3.

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Presented below are graphs and tables of the cost data for generators installed in 2018 based on data collected by the 2019 Annual Electric Generator Report, Form EIA-860.The cost data for certain generation technologies were omitted to avoid disclosure of individual company data. How to calculate cost per unit AccountingToolsThe cost per unit is commonly derived when a company produces a large number of identical products. This information is then compared to budgeted or standard cost information to see if the organization is producing goods in a cost-effective manner.. The cost per unit is derived from the variable costs and fixed costs incurred by a production process, divided by the number of units produced.

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At about Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg4 per kilo, a China-US shipment between 150 kg and 500 kg can economically go air freight and will take around 8-10 days. E air freight is a few days quicker, but more expensive. Packages that are lighter than 150 kg can economically go by courier (e freight). At about Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg6 per kilo, a China-US shipment will take around 3 days. Prime Series Stretcher Spec Sheet – StrykerPrime Series Stretchers allows you to create the ideal solution to meet your specific needs. 1 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#177;3 lb (1.3 kg) for weights less than 100 lb (45 kg) and Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#177;3% for weights greater than or equal to 100 lb (45 kg) To meet the scale accuracy claim, the patient surface must be in the flat position (Fowler backrest and gatch down),in the highest

Weekly raw steel production report for the U.S. This Week’s Raw Steel Production. In the week ending on November 28, 2020, domestic raw steel production was 1,561,000 net tons while the capability utilization rate was 70.6 percent.Production was 1,823,000 net tons in the week ending November 28, 2019 while the capability utilization then was 78.8 percent. Steel Industry DataWeekly raw steel production report for the U.S. This Week’s Raw Steel Production. In the week ending on November 28, 2020, domestic raw steel production was 1,561,000 net tons while the capability utilization rate was 70.6 percent.Production was 1,823,000 net tons in the week ending November 28, 2019 while the capability utilization then was 78.8 percent.

Steel (USA) Price Outlook Prices for hot-rolled coil U.S. steel continued to soar in recent weeks, hitting a one-year high, amid strong manufacturing activity data in China and the U.S in October. Steel traded at USD 711 per metric ton on 6 November, which was up 12.7% from the same day in the prior month. pricing of generators:Generator prices in India and their Apr 30, 2019 Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kgnbsp; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#0183; Large Annual Capacity Prime Sheet Price Per Kg#32;The price of a 15KVA generator can range from Rs 2.50 to Rs 3 lakh. The typical specification of this generator includes:230/415 volt, diesel powered, water/coolant cooled generator weighing 640 Kg. It conforms to CPCB-II emission norms. It conforms to sound emission standards laid down by MoEF/CPCB.

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22 December, 2020
 

New Jersey, United States,- A market research report recently added to the Verified Market Research repository includes an in-depth analysis of “Biochar Market“. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Biochar market, the report aims to provide actionable information about the forecasted growth of the global market. The authenticated data presented in the report is based on the results of extensive primary and secondary research. The insights gained from the data are excellent tools that enable a deeper understanding of the diverse aspects of the Biochar market. It also helps users with their development strategy.

This report studies all the key factors influencing the growth of the Biochar market including demand and supply scenario, pricing structure, profit margins, production, and value chain analysis. The regional evaluation of the Biochar market opens up a multitude of unused opportunities in regional and national markets. With detailed company profiling, users can rate the analysis of company stocks, new product lines, the reach of NPD in new markets, pricing strategies, innovation opportunities and much more. Furthermore.

 

 

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The report provides comprehensive data on the Biochar market and its trends to assist the reader in formulating decisions to accelerate the business. The report provides a complete overview of the economic scenario of the market, along with benefits and limitations.

 

 

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The latest research report on Biochar market encompasses a detailed compilation of this industry, and a creditable overview of its segmentation. In short, the study incorporates a generic overview of the Biochar market based on its current status and market size, in terms of volume and returns. The study also comprises a summary of important data considering the geographical terrain of the industry as well as the industry players that seem to have achieved a powerful status across the Biochar market.

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The report offers an exhaustive assessment of different region-wise and country-wise Biochar markets such as the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, etc. Key regions covered in the report are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.

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Global Biochar Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2027

Chapter 1 Report Overview

Chapter 2 Global Market Growth Trends

Chapter 3 Value Chain of Biochar Market

Chapter 4 Players Profiles

Chapter 5 Global Biochar Market Analysis by Regions

Chapter 6 North America Biochar Market Analysis by Countries

Chapter 7 Europe Biochar Market Analysis by Countries

Chapter 8 Asia-Pacific Biochar Market Analysis by Countries

Chapter 9 Middle East and Africa Biochar Market Analysis by Countries

Chapter 10 South America Biochar Market Analysis by Countries

Chapter 11 Global Biochar Market Segment by Types

Chapter 12 Global Biochar Market Segment by Applications

Chapter 13 Biochar Market Forecast by Regions (2020-2027)

Chapter 14 Appendix

 

 

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Biochar Traps Water and Fixes Carbon in Soil, Helping the Climate. But It's Expensive

21 December, 2020
 

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Biochar Solution: Carbon Farming and Climate Change Ebooks

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How the dirt below our feet can save us from extinction. Conventional agriculture destroys our soils, pollutes our water and is a major contributor to climate change. What if our agricultural practices could stabilize, or even reverse these trends? The Biochar Solution explores the dual function of biochar as a carbon-negative energy source and a potent soil-builder. Created by burning biomass in the absence of oxygen, this material has the unique ability to hold carbon back from the atmosphere while simultaneously enhancing soil fertility. Author Albert Bates traces the evolution of this extraordinary substance from the ancient black soils of the Amazon to its reappearance as a modern carbon sequestration strategy. Combining practical techniques for the production and use of biochar with an overview of the development and future of carbon farming, The Biochar Solution describes how a new agricultural revolution can reduce net greenhouse gas emissions to below zero while increasing world food reserves and creating energy from biomass wastes. Biochar and carbon farming can: Reduce fossil fuels inputs into our food system Bring new life to desert landscapes Filter and purify drinking water Help build carbon-negative homes, communities and nations. Biochar is not without dangers if unregulated, and it is not a panacea, but if it fulfills its promise of taking us back from the brink of irreversible climate change, it may well be the most important discovery in human history.
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The Biochar Solution: Carbon Farming and Climate Change ~ The Biochar Solution explores the dual function of biochar as a carbon-negative energy source and a potent soil-builder. Created by burning biomass in the absence of oxygen, this material has the unique ability to hold carbon back from the atmosphere while simultaneously enhancing soil fertility.

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The Biochar Solution: Carbon Farming and Climate Change ~ This book is a valuable addition to the debate, especially because I think the value of biochar isn’t just in its soil nutrient retention properties, but also in its amazing ability to enhance carbon capture projects with a half-life of 1,000 years. Farming with biochar on a planetary scale could change the dynamics of climate change.

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Biochar properties and eco-friendly applications for ~ Biochar consists of (i) stable or fixed carbon, (ii) labile carbon and other volatile compounds, (iii) moisture, and (iv) ash components. An overview of the characteristics of biochar derived from different sources of biomass is detailed in Table 2.Unlike the carbon found in most organic matter, the chemical environment of the carbon in biochar is altered during the heating process to produce .

Hydochar and biochar: Production, physicochemical ~ The production processes and resultant biochar can address widespread concerns such as climate change, energy crisis, and environmental pollution. The properties of produced chars (biochar/hydrochar) depend on the production methods, feedstock, and operating parameters, which significantly affect their use for various applications.

Biochar research activities and their relation to ~ Biochar is the solid product that results from pyrolysis of organic materials. Its addition to highly weathered soils changes physico-chemical soil properties, improves soil functions and enhances crop yields. Highly weathered soils are typical of humid tropics where agricultural productivity is low and needs to be raised to reduce human hunger and poverty. However, impact of biochar research .

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Life Cycle Assessment of Biochar Systems: Estimating the ~ Biomass pyrolysis with biochar returned to soil is a possible strategy for climate change mitigation and reducing fossil fuel consumption. Pyrolysis with biochar applied to soils results in four coproducts: long-term carbon (C) sequestration from stable C in the biochar, renewable energy generation, biochar as a soil amendment, and biomass waste management. Life cycle assessment was used to .

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BIOCHAR: PYROGENIC CARBON FOR AGRICULTURAL USE – A ~ INTRODUCTION. In recent years, the interest in pyrogenic carbon (C) for agricultural use (biochar) has sharply increased ().The focus of this growing interest recently shifted from C sequestration and climate change mitigation to: soil fertility improvement and crop growth; water retention and movement in the soil; and soil pollution control, as indicated as a new tendency in a recent article .

Biochar Carbon Stability in a Clayey Soil As a Function of ~ The stability of biochar carbon (C) is the major determinant of its value for long-term C sequestration in soil. A long-term (5 year) laboratory experiment was conducted under controlled conditions using 11 biochars made from five C3 biomass feedstocks (Eucalyptus saligna wood and leaves, papermill sludge, poultry litter, cow manure) at 400 and/or 550 °C. The biochars were incubated in a .

Application of olive mill waste-based biochars in ~ Many studies have reported the role of biochars in carbon sequestration in soils, and therefore contributing to climate change mitigation (Soong et al., 2017; Han et al., 2020). Moreover, biochars have been used as a remediation tool by limiting mobility of heavy metals and bioavailability of pesticides ( Khorram et al., 2016 ; Oleszczuk et al., 2014 ).

Organic and inorganic contaminants removal from water with ~ Biochar use in soil remediation, carbon sequestration, climate change mitigation, and carbon farming have been critically reviewed (Ahmad et al., 2013b, Lehmann, 2007, Lehmann et al., 2006, Sohi et al., 2009). Biochar sequestration does not require a fundamental scientific advance.

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Global Warming / Greenhouse Effect / Global Warming ~ According to Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), carbon dioxide and methane levels have increased by 35 % and 148 % since the industrial revolution of 1750. II. Greenhouse Effect While other planets in the solar system of the Earth are either roasting hot or bitterly cold, Earth’s surface has relatively mild, steady temperatures.

Abundant and Stable Char Residues in Soils: Implications ~ Large-scale soil application of biochar may enhance soil fertility, increasing crop production for the growing human population, while also sequestering atmospheric carbon. But reaching these beneficial outcomes requires an understanding of the relationships among biochar’s structure, stability, and contribution to soil fertility. Using quantitative 13C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR .

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This study presents a one-step synthetic approach for magnetic biochar (MBC) photo-degradation of diethyl phthalate (DEP). The results showed that MBC exhibited better catalytic property for DEP degradation than BC, and its catalytic performance was influenced by the amount of Fe doping. Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), quenching experiments, and chemical probe studies confirmed the presence of persistent free radicals (PFRs), hydroxyl radicals (·OH), and superoxide anion radical (·O2) in both of BC and MBC. Solar light promoted the formation of PFRs in BC system, which transferred electrons to oxygen to form ·O2, thus yielding ·OH. On the other hand, electron transfer occurred between PFRs and Fe3+ for MBC, Fe2+ played an important role in activation of O2 and ·O2 production. Subsequently, photo-Fenton reaction was primarily responsible for ·OH formation. This work compared the different generation pathways for ROS between BC and MBC and provides new insight into the possible mediatory roles of BC in O2 activation under solar light by transition metals.

这项研究提出了一种磁性生物炭(MBC)光降解邻苯二甲酸二乙酯(DEP)的一步合成方法。结果表明,MBC对DEP的降解表现出比BC更好的催化性能,其催化性能受Fe掺杂量的影响。电子顺磁共振(EPR),淬火实验,化学探针研究证实持久自由基(PFRS),羟基自由基(·OH)的存在下,和超氧阴离子自由基(·O2 2 )在两个BC和MBC的。太阳光促进了PFRS在公元前系统的形成,这电子转移到氧气形式·O2 2 ,从而产生·OH。另一方面,MBC,Fe 2+的PFR和Fe 3+之间发生电子转移在Ø激活起到了重要作用2和·O2 2 生产。随后,光芬顿反应主要负责·OH的形成。这项工作比较了BC和MBC之间ROS的不同生成途径,并为BC在过渡金属对太阳光下O 2活化中可能的中介作用提供了新的见解。


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25 December, 2020
 

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27 December, 2020
 

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The dried mixture was then heated at 400 c for 6 h in the n 2 atmosphere of a muffle furnace flow rate of 500 ml min. Despite claims that biochar could offset 12% of human carbon emissions, and boost agricultural production in the process, others are not so sure. Addition impact of biochar from different feedstocks on microbial. The stability of biochar in the environment, andrew r. Biochar is not intended to be used solely as a soil substitute. One application of biochar will last 100s of years.

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Biochar the source of terra preta and the holy grail of. The black diamond for soil sustainability, contamination. Use of biochar soil health enhancement and greenhouse gas. The success of biochar production will depend on the economic values of the various products that can be produced or the potentially valueadded uses of biochar that can be envisioned.

His younger colleagues and successor of the japanese biochar association interviewed his chareminence about his life growing up in wartime japan, his early. Department of biological systems engineering and the center for sustaining agriculture and natural resources, washington state university, pullman, wa, 7 pp. Biochar is a type of black carbon produced from a carbonaceous material through the application of heat or chemicals lehmann, 2007b. To obtain a biochar sample as representative as possible in terms of accuracy and precision of a total lot batch, it must be taken in a proper way. Biochar products pacific biochar benefit corporation. It has a surface area that is competitive with that of most activated carbon.

Elad biochar fungi interactions in soils, katja wiedner and bruno glaser the potential of biochar amendments to remediate contaminated soils, jose l. Biochar based potting soil recipe an article in the january 2018 issue of growing for market references the authors biochar based potting mix. This team is working on ways to help farmers in kenya produce biochar from sugar cane stalks, rather than simply burning them. Biochar alters water flow to improve sand and clay.

With the biocharlie box, its easy and enjoyable to reduce co2 emissions, put nutrients back into the soil, and improve your garden. Biochar applied to the topsoil of the trees at the rate of 1kg per square meter have increased crop yields by 50% to 200%. In cases of new landscaping or construction areas, deeper placement is preferable. Introduction biochar is a solid material obtained from the carbonization of biomass. Application of biochar for soil remediation request pdf.

Biochar is a type of charcoal or activated biochar is a type of charcoal or activated carbon that is especially good at supporting plant growth. Bin 1 then becomes bin 2 with worms in new bedding. Open source biochar technologies biocharinternational. Biochar can increase the soil fertility, increase agricultural productivity, and provide protection against some foliar and soilborne diseases 1. How can energy required to burn biochar be calculated. There are many reasons why biochar is great for your soil. Approval by the administrators is only an indication of the absence of errors in the data entered and does not have a bearing on the accuracy of the data submitted. Biochar is used as a soil amendment for improving soil quality and enhancing carbon sequestration. Potential and constraints introduction agricultural waste is usually handled as a liability, often because the means to transform it into an asset is lacking.

Gardens and flower beds it is recommended that the top 46 of your raised bed garden is mixed with the wakefield biochar soil conditioner. New company aims to commercialize technology that makes charcoal from woody wastes, a method to improve soil and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. Biochar field visit discussions addeddate 20180523 11. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis. Biochar farms was established to provide practical, accessible, and objective information about biochar production and its application to soils.

In the following we have compiled important data sheets for you to download. Place the biocharlie in your fireplace or fire pit right along with the logs 3. New research could help settle questions about one of biochar s biggest benefits the. To produce biochar, the transportable biochar kiln can be constructed from either one and a half smaller unit or two larger unit standard 2. Aug 25, 2009 mobile biochar machine to work the fields. Positive impacts of biochar on agroecosystems are often explained by the porosity and sorption capacity 3, redox properties 6, 7, and liming capacity of biochar 8 and by biochar. While biochar seems a young science, makoto ogawa, japans most influential biochar researcher, looks back on his 60 years of biochar trials and research. A technique practiced for many centuries by tribes of the amazon rainforest, the production of biochar is traditionally used in landclearing activities and soil enrichment. Biochar has received great interest during the last few years, due to its beneficial role to mitigate co2 emission through enhancing the longterm carbon sequestration. Dynamic of the structural alteration of biochar in ancient anthrosol. Bioenergy is a byproduct of our biochar manufacturing.

Contact details 3625 yale drive santa rosa, ca 95405. Biochar as a soil amendment and productivity stimulus for. This book has included the following major sections. Rice straw biochar mitigated more n2o emissions from. With a surface area of 800 square meters a gram, no pahs or dioxins, consistency remediates organic toxins, sediments and heavy metals. Currently sourcing enough biochar for application at the commercial farm scale is nearly impossible, due to lack of supply. Biocharbased potting soil recipe growing for market. Increased crop yield is a commonly reported benefit of adding biochar to soils. Personal biochar kilns, portable factories, diy septic.

Thanks for your details and explanationsi want more information from your sidei am working in erp software development company in chennaishould you need for any other clarification please call in this number. The european biochar certificate ebc has been developed by biochar scientists to become the voluntary european industrial standard. Biochar alters water flow to improve sand and clay date. Biochar can be highly beneficial in soil improvement with benefits to agriculture and the environment. Pyrolysed organic matter with a carbon content lower than 50% are classified as biocarbonminerals bcm.

Sep 24, 2014 biochar alters water flow to improve sand and clay date. Effects of biochar on photosynthesis and antioxidative system. Biochar from the b thermal conversion system biochar produced from the b thermal conversion system is not a residual ashcarbon coproduct. The effects of biochar pyrolysis temperature, biochar source material, soil type, and contaminant type on the performance of biochars for remediation are identified. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. Making biochar and adding it to your soil actually reduces the overall amount of carbon dioxide, the main gas contributing to global warming. Furthermore, biochars containing lower concentration of elements such as fruit peel and b. Production of biochars from agricultural wastes reduces significantly the volume and weight of the wastes, and hence.

You can download at a no cost a trial version of hysys or aspenplus from aspen technologies at. The physical and chemical properties of biochars determine their function as a tool for environmental management. Biochar is a carbonrich material produced by pyrolysis heating in the absence of oxygen of biomass to capture combustible gases and generate heat and electricity. Biochar and water effects on n 2 o emissions and the microbial mechanism were examined rice straw rs biochar has higher ph and total nitrogen n but lower inorganic n. The modified cotton biochar exhibited a higher potential as a lowtemperature scr catalyst support material than the commercial activated carbon. Biochar produced in accordance with the standards of the ebc fulfils all the requirements of sustainable production and a positive carbon footprint. This is known as carbon sequestration and is something governments worldwide are investing huge amounts of money in. Methods for producing biochar and advanced biofuels in. Load your biocharlie box with biomass, like wood pellets included or yard waste 2. Biochar mixed with soils might serve as a fertilizer, thus further increasing the carbonsequestration potential of plants growing in the soil. The ebc ensures a sustainable biochar production and low hazard use in agronomic systems. A biochar lot batch subject to sampling must consist of at least one cubic meter. Biochar is under investigation as a viable approach for carbon sequestration, as it has the. Production of biochars from agricultural wastes reduces significantly the volume and weight of the wastes, and hence, it can be considered as a promising means for managing the agricultural wastes.

Potentials, limitations, cobenefits, and tradeoffs of biochar. However, seeing huge amounts of thermal energy being simply lost in the flames of the kontiki, many started to think about heat recovery systems to produce hot water. Biochar supreme, llcs environmental products have outperformed its competitors time and time again in both engineering labs and in the field. The editor and authors hope that the development of biochar can cross its application field from agriculture into engineering. Greensmith energy designs and deploys the worlds most advanced energy storage systems. The purpose of this study was to investigate the mechanisms and effects of biochar on the plant growth of malus hupehensis rehd. Biochar or small particle charcoalhas been heralded as a super substance that can increase soil fertility and productivity while locking up carbon into the ground. Then when you spread the compost on the garden the biochar is already mixed in with it and has had a chance to absorb nutrients and allow fungi and bacteria to. For this, the following general guidelines have to be followed. Gomezeyles, luke beesley, eduardo morenojimenez, upal ghosh and tom sizmur.

Shop for biochar to improve your soil wakefield biochar. Introduction, history of biochar, preparation of biochar, and applications of biochar. New research could help settle questions about one of biochar s biggest benefits. Trials have also shown that trees grown in 5 10% biochar soils are more disease resistant, specifically to phytophthora, a family of pathogens that includes monilia or black pod. In this study, a loamy sand soil was amended at different rates 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% vv of biochar, and its physical and hydraulic properties were analyzed, including particle density, bulk density.

We and one other farm on waldron island, washingon, called nootka rose, have been experimenting with using biochar in our seedstarting soil, and were finding that it can make up to about a quarter of our mix. Nov 26, 2010 despite claims that biochar could offset 12% of human carbon emissions, and boost agricultural production in the process, others are not so sure. A growing number of farmers use kontiki kilns to produce their own biochar onfarm. Biochar use and application in telugu language addeddate 20180525 18. The addition of biochar will speed up the composting process, reduce odors, and ultimate give you a. The potential benefits of biochar production are highparticularly in terms of mitigating climate change, improving soil quality, and producing renewable carbonnegative energy. Biochar products our biochar to order in bulk, please contact us for pricing please note. A synopsis of the report is below and can be downloaded here. Rs biochar decreased n 2 o emissions from n fertilized soil with higher water content the largest copy number of nosz was observed in soils with lower water content higher water content decreased ammoniaoxidizing. The biochar should ideally be placed near the soils surface in the root zone, where the bulk of nutrient cycling and uptake by plants takes place.

We seek to bring scientific content to life in a manner that inspires academics and nonspecialists alike. For the chemical activation, the biochar powder was mixed with a naoh solution the ratio between naoh and biochar was 2. Biochar is a purely organic solution to improving your soils health and ability to grow fantastic plants. However, experimental results are variable and dependent on the experimental setup, soil properties and conditions. At this point you could spread your wet biochar onto the soil, however i prefer to spend a few minutes breaking up the larger bits first and then compost it with my normal garden waste.

Furthermore, this natural black c is typically cooled under aerobic conditions as well as exposed to environmental weathering e. Milk dairy software to manage fat, snf, farmer record with accounts. Finally, proposals to include biochar in particular and soil carbon in general. Biochar was applied at 10 t ha1 to two soil types, an acidic red ferrosol and an alkaline calcarosol. It is based on the latest scientific data, its economically viable and close to technical and agricultural practice. Biochar activated by oxygen plasma for supercapacitors. Due to the heavy volume of phone calls we receive, we prefer correspondence by email or by filing out one of the following contact forums. In the case of the larger unit, each sheet is cut in half to produce 2 sheets measuring 1. Worms move up from bin 2 to bin 1, leaving casting behind.

A good estimate is that biochar makes up about 10% of the soil that is used for planting. Crop residues in fields can cause considerable crop management problems as they accumulate. Welcome to the biochar journal tbj we seek to spark innovative research to find economically and environmentally responsible uses for biochar. From gridscale to behindthemeter and microgrid solutions, the greensmith gems software platform enables effective and efficient delivery of stable power with unsurpassed performance and profitability. Biochar can be highly beneficial in soil improvement with benefits to. Bin 3 is charcoal with compost and can be used to make tea. In 2008, clayton began making biochar by the simple barrel in a barrel retort method and continued working with ever more sophisticated retorts until 2011, when he built his first 55gallon tlud. Covering business essentials such as legislation and marking, there are also chapters on why charcoal is in the ascendancy from the ubiquitous barbecue to recent research into. Use of biochar for soil health enhancement and greenhouse gas mitigation in india. Some environmentalists see biochar as a breakthrough in carbonsequestration technology, but its ability to reduce co 2 concentrations at global scales is a matter of some debate. The entire database is available for downloading however, only entries approved by the administrators will be available in the downloaded file. The presence of biochar with high carbon accumulation capacity and nutrient adsorption is causally associated with archeological soils.


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A more complete answer is this charcoal is made by heating wood in the absence or ne. To optimize the soil fertility benefits of biochar, it should be produced at temperatures between 300 and 550 c, the char particles should be reduced in size, and they should be composted with nutrient rich biomass, or oxidized with a light acid wash to maximize cec and charged with mineral fertilizers. Equipment for making biochar can be as simple as a primitive campfire or as complex as a modern bio refinery. Biochar is produced by heating biomass in the total or partial absence of oxygen. These communities produced biochar by smoldering agricultural waste i.

Beston offers highquality biochar production equipment with a flexible configuration for sale. The bigchar black is green patented biochar production technology features durability, mobility, and accepts a wide range of feedstocks. Its particulate form reduces microbial decomposition so biochar persists in the environment. It is likely there will be higher condensed volatiles present in the char, which could affect its performance and desirability as biochar for soil amendment. The term biochar was originally associated with this type of production. Designed and built in australia by pyrocal, it has seen many years of development and field deployment and has matured into a tough, efficient, and user friendly machine that can be installed and moved with relative ease. Biochar products our biochar to order in bulk, please contact us for pricing please note. The b thermal conversion system is operated under optimal conditions to produce biochar that has enhanced adsorption and absorption properties, high fixed carbon, and high surface activation. Biochar is produced from pyrolysis of different organic. Equipment for making biochar can be as simple as a primitive campfire or as complex as a modern biorefinery. Standardized product definition and product testing. Biochar is formed by charring agricultural waste, for example rice husks, by pyrolysis heating in a lowoxygen or air free environment rather than burning it. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis.

Characterizations of biooil and biochar products from algae. Chars water absorption rate and capacity varies, depending on type of biomass, micropore size, and production process. Biochar market size, share, trends global industry report. Biochar is a type of black carbon produced from a carbonaceous material through the application of heat or chemicals lehmann, 2007b. Biochar production equipment for sale biochar making machine. Agricultural bio char production, renewable energy generation and farm carbon sequestration in western australia. Biochar is under investigation as a viable approach for carbon sequestration, as it has the potential to help mitigate global warming and.

Refers to the temperature that feedstock reaches after equalization during pyrolysis. Pyrolysis is the most common technology employed to produce biochar, and also occurs in the early stages of the combustion and gasification processes. Cost of different carbonization units for biochar production. Biochar solutions inc is deploying a network of distributed carbon sequestration and soil restoration capacity by designing, producing, and selling continuous process industrial equipment to convert wood waste carbon liabilities into biochar and bioenergy carbon solutions. Thermochemical liquefaction tcl is a low temperature 250350 c and high pressure 520 mpa process particularly suited for high moisture feedstocks, whereas pyrolysis is accomplished at moderate to high temperatures 400600 c and atmospheric pressure and requires drying of the feedstock. The biochar properties will depend on the feedstock material characteristics and pyrolysis conditions. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment for both carbon sequestration and soil health. Type of material purpose of material 3 44 x 78 x 18 ga.

Increasing consumption of product in producing organic food and its ability to enhance soil fertility and plant growth are expected to be the key growth drivers. Besides biochar, bio oil and gas can be collected from modern pyrolysers. Hassle free, worry free for admins, biopdf is simple and flexible to adapt and deploy, with support for unattended setup scripts, citrix metaframe, and more. Once the relationships between feedstock, production process and biochar properties are known, this knowledge will permit the production of tailormade biochar. Is this the more modern, trendy and shortened form of charcoal. This is the first step in the combustion or gasification of biomass.

Agriculture free fulltext biochar for soil improvement. Agriculture, ecosystems and environment 2009,129, 17. Biochar definition is a form of charcoal that is produced by exposing organic waste matter such as wood chips, crop residue, or manure to heat in a lowoxygen environment and that is used especially as a soil amendment. Dynamotive bio oil plant capital cost including site planning, preparation, feedstock. The global biochar market size is estimated to reach usd 3. Biochar, equipment, technology, biomass, sales, distribution. The residue is biochar, a granular, carbonrich substance.

Production and characterization of slow pyrolysis biochar. Biochar production technologies biocharinternational. What is the difference between charcoal and biochar. Regarding its definition in production, biochar is defined by the international. Biochar production is an ancient practice over that past 70 centuries in the egyptian societies. The process of combustion, the burning of fuel in air to generate heat, is well known. Pyrolysis is a simple and a lowcost technique that can produce a wide range of products such as biochar, bio oil, and bio chemicals. Kelpie wilson, the driving force behind the above stove design, also has a teachers guide for a 3 can top lit updraft pyrolytic gasifier, which is a similar design without the stove top.

Biooil is the liquid product of thermochemical liquefaction or pyrolysis of biomass. In this work a slow pyrolysis process an auger reactor at 400 c and 600 c is. Charcoalbiochar production utilizing the volatile gasses. Essentially, in all pyrolytic processes biomass feedstock is heated between 250800 degree c in an oxygen free environment. The dome school has done some great work on biochar so do check out their resources. Herein, we pyrolysis and bio oil production technologies to the nonengineer. Onfarm biochar production and use practice guideline. Ring of fire kiln ring of fire kiln bill of materials for 1 kiln and heat shield pcs. For this reason simple carbonization methods, similar to the original biochar piles but in improved form are likely to be more economical than more complicated plants that place emphasis. Is it just me, or is there a fine line or fuzzy border between the following words. The decomposition of biomass by heating in an oxygenfree or oxygenlimited. Is this the application of char tothrough biologicalecological ends. The international biochar institute provides free opensource instructions for constructing many lowtech, smallscale biochar production systems. The bio oil products from the slow pyrolysis were heterogeneous liquids, which had an obvious separation of water soluble and water insoluble phases.

Pdf biochar production from biomass wastederived material. Hoping to promote simple, scalable, environmentally sound methods for making biochar for improving the soil on small farms and in backyard gardens. Biochar can be obtained by either performing the slow or fast pyrolysis technique. Sizes vary from fine, small chunks, to what you see in the picture below. The biochar obtained as the output of the pyrolysis process can improve soil fertility. Heat output in practice, we apply heat at first production for project reporting protocol august 2014 version 3. Making biochar to improve soil organic gardening mother. Producing biochar and advanced biofuels in washington state. Biochar training for poor farmers has become warm heart environments number one.

Intuitively, generating the highestvalue target products and adding value to residual prod. The production of biochar, a carbonrich, solid, byproduct 1 distinguishes. Biochar production and applications in agro and forestry systems. We provide free biochar trainings to farmers, entrepreneurs, extension agents. This all encompassing book on biochar, biochar for environmental management, is edited by ibi board members johannes lehmann and stephen joseph. Methods for producing biochar and advanced biofuels in washington state. Pyrolysis is the breaking down lysis of a material by heat pyro. In the current economic situation this doesnt appear to be very attractive although when long term considerations are taken into account, particulerly the alieviation of global warming through carbon sequestration, the economics. Upgrading of bioupgrading of bio oil oil for fuel production. Biochar training and education, how to videos, pdfs, english and thai. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years.

Still, the potential for biochar and biooil production has enticed many entrepreneurs to develop their own businesses, but lack of technical skills frequently results in highly polluting. Biochar characterization and engineering iowa state university. There are a wide variety of systems to make biochar and somewhat complex technical language, but really biochar production is a relatively simple at its core. Standardized production definition and product testing guidelines for biochar that is used in soil pdf. In this study, slow and fast pyrolysis of algae was carried out to get bio oil and bio char from dry freshwater algae. At the moment the emphasis is mostly on the production of biochar using the producer gas fraction to do so.

The word biochar is a late 20th century english neologism derived from the greek word. Still, the potential for biochar and bio oil production has enticed many entrepreneurs to develop their own businesses, but lack of technical skills frequently results in highly polluting and inefficient systems, as those shown in figures 1 and 2. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment for both carbon sequestration and soil health benefits. Heat treatment temperature is single most important factor in quality of biochar our system. The demand in the global biochar market will multiply at an impressive cagr of 14. Recommended at 5% 10% of your organic potting soil mix. Standardized product definitio n and product testing guidelines for biochar that is used in soil aka ibi biochar standards version 2.

The materials they used have come to be referred to as biochar. Methods for producing biochar and advanced biofuels in. The b thermal conversion system is capable of processing upto 500pounds of drybiomass per hour into 120 pounds of biochar and 1. Biochar is rich in organic carbon and resistant to microbial degradation. Precolumbian amazonians are believed to have used biochar to enhance soil productivity. Basic principles of biochar production biochar for. Char, especially newly made, doesnt easily or quickly absorb water. If you would like to know the size in stock please call us at. By making biochar from brush and other hard to compost organic material, you can improve soil it enhances nutrient availability and also enables soil to retain nutrients longer. One of most important limiting factor is soils low fertility. Comparative evaluation of thermochemical liquefaction and. Residual effect of biochar on soil properties and yield of.

The professional sales consultant and engineers will help the customers to select the suitable configuration based on the customers budget, place, quantity, and quality of the raw material, local emission standards, etc. The goal of these guidelines is to ensure control of biochar production and. This provides an ideal situation for the combined energy and biochar production. Introduction to biochar in agriculture the natural farmer. Bio char varies in size based on what is available due to high demand. Charcoalbiochar production utilizing the volatile gasses, reducing pollution and fire risk ive read the threads and watched the videos on youtube and have to say that what ive seen does not tend to increase my respect for my fellow man. Production, characterization and applications eci conference presentation pdf available august 2017 with 756 reads. One way of increasing soil fertility on sustainable basis is the use of biochar. European biochar certificate guidelines for a sustainable. Endusers find the pdf writer fast and intuitive to use, emboldened by the fact that the interface is localized into multiple languages. Fast pyrolysis converts finely ground feedstock into bio oils, gas and char, in seconds. Biochar products pacific biochar benefit corporation. Char absorption capacity is easily measured by a simple test of overnight soaking, with free water measured before and after.


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Biochar workshop part 1, how to make biochar youtube. Biochar is composed largely of carbon made from wood chips and recycled agricultural products. The effects of biochar on soil respiration in rhizosphere and. Pacific biochar is honored to work with the biochar production technology providers, pyrocal, and their bigchar technology. Biochar must be evaluated for its ecological, economic and social costs, and somehow those costs need to be applied to the actual biochar applied. No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Exciting new biochar production video just released. The biochar in biocharm enables your garden to sequester as much carbon per square foot as a mature tropical rain forest.

In an oxygencontaining environment, all the organic matter is eventually combusted to gases, mainly carbon. Biochar is currently the accepted term for pyrolysisderived charcoal when used as a soil amendment 7. Download our free educational video series taught by our very own charman of the board, michael wittman. The unique structure of these highly porous particles helps them. Biochar is particularly beneficial in sandy soils and highly weathered clay soils with low native cec and aec and low fertility. The project produces an organic fertilizer, biochar as the name of the project and promotes its use by rwandan farmers. Biochar is under investigation as a viable approach for carbon sequestration, as it has the potential to help mitigate global warming and climate change. Aug 25, 2009 mobile biochar machine to work the fields. Bio char is a member of vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. New company aims to commercialize technology that makes charcoal from woody wastes, a method to improve soil and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. Buy green man char biochar the perfect soil conditioner for your garden. Biochar is the carbonrich product obtained when biomass is heated in a closed container with little or no available air through a process called pyrolysis 1. Todays video highlights methods you can use to make biochar on any scale.

The only obstacle is linked to the type of person taking care of the garden. The abingdon biochar presentation we attended delved into the nitty gritty. Biochar is a wonderful thing to use in your garden and it doesnt have to be expensive. How to make use of a beginnerchar mk1 biochar unit biochar videos. The separation of the carbonisation and the flaming of the pyrolysis gases make pyrolysis technology prone to failure and expensive which is one of the reasons why the biochar technology did not have yet its breakthrough. Like most charcoal, biochar is made from biomass via pyrolysis. The thing is, the studies on this arent conclusive but people are playing the game. Biochar training videos, learn how to make biochar ovens. Effects of biochar on soil microbial biomass after four. Approval by the administrators is only an indication of the absence of errors in the data entered and does not have a bearing on the accuracy of the data submitted. Despite claims that biochar could offset 12% of human carbon emissions, and boost agricultural production in the process, others are not so sure. The original soil amendment to mitigate climate change.

Onfarm biochar production and use practice guideline. Your plants and crops will thank you as biochar increases the water and nutrient holding capacity of your soil, ensuring happy and healthy plants. A couple months ago, i was invited to be part of a large sustainability project as the agriculture and biochar specialist responsible for overseeing the operation of a regenerative organic farm. Sustainable technologies for smallscale biochar productiona. Designed and built in australia by pyrocal, it has seen many years of development and field deployment and has matured into a tough, efficient, and user friendly machine that can be installed and moved with relative ease. Biochar is under investigation as an approach to carbon sequestration to produce negative carbon dioxide emissions. When mixed into garden soil, biochar works much like compost, promoting fertility by retaining minerals that help plants flourish. It was used to nylon membrane for separating rhizosphere soil and nonrhizosphere soil.

If youve never heard of either of them, youre not alone, but i hope well be hearing a lot more about both in the years to come. Sacred games all sex scenes rajshri deshpande nawazuddin kubra sait eshika dey marathi saree netflix indian desi. Effects of biochar on soil microbial biomass after four years. Biochar is charcoal used as a soil amendment for both carbon sequestration and soil health benefits. It works exceedingly well technically, but you have to spend two hours per day to feed a family of ten people, says guy reinaud, president of pronatura. Biochar is a pyrogenic black carbon that has attracted increased attention in both political and academic arenas 212. General requirements for keeping production records 5. As you may know from my biochar bob videos, this is my great passionto use sustainable soil practices to grow a healthier, happier world. Dec 01, 2017 biochar in urban farming international institute of st. The entire database is available for downloading however, only entries approved by the administrators will be available in the downloaded file.

In particular, biochar has earned a position as a substitute for peat moss and perlite in the horticulture world. Louis worked with wakefield biochar to provide biochar for their urban farming project. Sequestering carbon with biochar is a powerful way for each of us to fight global warming at home. Gardens and flower beds it is recommended that the top 46 of your raised bed garden is mixed with the wakefield biochar soil conditioner.

We measured soil microbial biomass carbon mbc and nitrogen mbn in a field experiment during a winter wheat growing season after four consecutive years of no ck, 4. The effect of biochar addition on the chemical properties of acidic soil such as soil ph, electrical conductivity ec, cation exchange capacity cec, and exchangeable acidity were investigated. Biochar is a name for charcoal when it is used for particular purposes, especially as a soil amendment. That heating process is technically referred to as pyrolysis. Open source biochar technologies biocharinternational. A good estimate is that biochar makes up about 10% of the soil that is used for planting. Apr 01, 2018 in particular, biochar has earned a position as a substitute for peat moss and perlite in the horticulture world.

The woody biomass must pass through a gasifier where it. Apr 23, 20 biochar is a name for charcoal when it is used for particular purposes, especially as a soil amendment. The warm heart biochar research project develops inexpensive biochar technology and fertilizers for poor farmers, with a. The unique structure of these highly porous particles helps them facilitate the exchange of nutrients and water within the soil, storing it for when its needed, and providing a resilient foundation for. We are also a working organic farm, growing a variety of organic produce in a sustainable manner.

If you prefer tilling, simply till a 1 inch covering into the top 4 inches of soil and plant as usual. After lurking in the world of biochar for many years, i feel confident in my conclusion that biochar is an emerging movement a set of diverse scientific, social, economic, technological and political topics and activities surrounding a common. Biochar is not intended to be used solely as a soil substitute. The internet is chock full of articles glowing about biochars potential, but i seldom find any useful, hands on information. Click here to download a pdf instruction set for building the kiln. Jeff schahczenski is an agricultural and natural resource economist with the national center for appropriate technology ncat. A great project, a powerful biochar production technology, and a topknotch team. See how biochar can be used to reclaim vacant lots and presumed unusable areas of urban communities to become a thriving urban garden to benefit the community. Biochar research and development, solution to global warming. Green texan organic farms is a supplier of organic growing materials born and bred in north texas. Biochar is, as the name implies, organic matter thats charred, i. The quest for a good biochar suitable for soil application is largely attributed by a number of social, technological as well as the environmental factors.

Few biochar products on the market are made with ibi certified biochar because they have the strictest standards for biochar quality. Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. The ability to attract such a global attention is due to. Nov 26, 2010 despite claims that biochar could offset 12% of human carbon emissions, and boost agricultural production in the process, others are not so sure.

Mar 05, 2017 biochar is a wonderful thing to use in your garden and it doesnt have to be expensive. Biochar research, technology and product development is ithakas most prominent sector of occupation. Biochar video gallery learn about biochar wakefield biochar. Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses. Biochar is a stable solid, rich in carbon, and can endure in soil for thousands of years. We are proud to say that our biochar is 100% natural, sustainably produced, australianmade and na. Just one gram of biochar, if unfolded, would cover the entire surface of a basketball court. Finally, proposals to include biochar in particular and soil carbon in general. Biochar is a type of black carbon produced from a carbonaceous material through the application of heat or chemicals lehmann, 2007b.

Mar 06, 2017 biochar is the solid product of treating organic matter wastes by pyrolysis, which is the technical word for burning organic materials in the absence of oxygen. All biochar sold by community power corporation is certified by the international biochar initiative the largest, most trusted biochar industry organization. While most of the biochar produced during the last 5000 years was produced with open fire, modern pyrolysis suppresses the fire. Earthspring biochar can be used as a top dressing about 1 inch deep allowing rain and other organic processes to pull the biochar into the top soil. Well, some of the folks who are very probiochar are aggressively promoting it as a way to stop climate change and lock up co2 like in this post, biochar. Mar 29, 2015 exciting new biochar production video just released.

Soil respiration was determined by the sodalime method, when co2 is captured on the granules of sodalime during anaerobic incubation. I was especially intrigued by the idea of modifying a rocket stove to produce biochar while cooking your dinner. Biochar kyle kushman expert medical marijuana grower. The soil in the video was already acidic so the addition of carbon made it worse. The long term effect of biochar application on soil microbial biomass is not well understood. Biochar production video pacific biochar benefit corporation. As your biochar can soak up and hold onto basically any nutrient, a farmer can apply his favorite npk into the char, then use that char to fertilise an entire field, let the rain come and the fertilizer will stay right where it is, for years same goes for rich peoples law s a d ewly planted perrenials that would love thus stuff. Each 5 gallon bag of earthspring biochar will treat one 4 foot by 4 foot bed. Scientific publications ithaka institute publications. Pdf effect of biochar on chemical properties of acidic soil.

Nov 14, 2015 biochar has been called a modern twist on terra preta, the legendary manmade fertile soil of the amazon basin, but the two are not the same. Like all charcoal, biochar is created by pyrolysis of biomass. Beside the plenty more general articles in the biochar journal and the ithaka journal. Read more about the global carbon cycle, climate change, soil organic carbon and our options and prospects to mange this carbon pool by biochar carbon sequestration. Biochar in urban farming international institute of st.

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Tech student scientists catch toxic metals with cow bones

31 December, 2020
 

Kris Bosch, an environmental engineering student at Montana Technological University, and Amber Freebourn, a professional and technical communications student, are photographed with a set of plants that are part of their experiment. The interdisciplinary team is experimenting with a biochar substance as a way to filter toxic water from mine waste. 

Mami Scherman, an environmental engineering student at Montana Tech, holds up a bag of biochar, left, that was created from burning ground-up animal bones. The biochar is used in a filter system designed to filter toxic mine water like that in the Berkeley Pit.

Tech students Kris Bosch, left, Mami Scherman, center and Amber Freebourn are photographed in a lab on campus where they have been working in an interdisciplinary team on an experiment to clean toxic mine water using biochar. The team was awarded a grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency for their work. Not photographed are Tech students Kelsey Parker and Samuel Butcher.

When storm water rushes down the Butte hill, toxic metals come with it. Filtering those metals out of surface water is one of the great challenges of the Superfund cleanup.

With a grant from the EPA, Montana Technological University student scientists are experimenting with a new solution to the problem: sustainable biochar wattles, or beds of charcoal made from organic waste.

They think they can catch the bad metals the old methods let slip through.

Doing what hasn’t been done starts by looking where nobody has thought to look. In this case, the student scientists went straight to Butte’s Ranchland Packing Co.’s meat-packing plant.

Kris Bosch, the environmental engineering student leading the project, described how bones go from hanging in a freezer to trapping metals.

“So we get our stuff from them,” he said. “And they just give us whole intact cow femurs. And it’s quite the process. You’ve got to boil them to get all the marrow and all the fat out. And it stinks — it smells awful.”

Early on, the students got into big trouble when they stunk up Tech’s dormitory kitchens, and a student once took her bones home to boil, with memorable results.

“She had like stray cats jumping in through her windows because they could smell like the death from the bones,” Bosch remembered with a laugh.

Mostly, they’ve dealt with the bones in the lab. After boiling, it’s just a matter of shredding the bone into grains, and milling the grains into a fine bone powder.

Next comes pyrolysis.

“It’s a lot like burning something, but you do it in an atmosphere without oxygen. So instead of producing like an ash, where oxygen would be present, or a flame, it’s just ramped up to a really, really high temperature, and you produce a charcoal. And that’s what biochar is,” Bosch said.

Dr. David Hutchins, an assistant professor of environmental engineering at Tech, supervises the student project.

“Really biochar is just sort of a fancy word for charcoal. So this isn’t a new concept,” Hutchins said.

Primitive pyrolysis was used in ancient Amazon civilizations to produce charcoal for growing crops. In modern times, even Brita filters use something akin to biochar, Hutchins said.

While tech students use high-tech furnaces for pyrolysis, and have considered various organic sources including waste material from hemp production, the material of choice so far has been the bones.

“Our bread and butter is cow bones,” Hutchins said.

Current methods for storm water remediation around Butte — seen on storm drains around Uptown — really only catch sediments, Hutchins said.

“What we’re proposing is an absorbent biochar wattle that can also remove metals, especially those problem metals for us, and for Silver Bow Creek —copper, zinc, manganese, and so on. We’re hoping to help mitigate those metals going to the surface waters,” Hutchins said.

The existing designs — burlap wrapped around straw, or gravel wrapped in chicken wire — aren’t getting the job done, Hutchins said.

“What we’ve noticed is not only do they not address metal ions or other dissolved species, but they also don’t seem to be very effective in general. They get destroyed pretty easily and don’t really do the job that they were designed to do,” Hutchins said.

So it’s with a dire community health concern at heart that Tech students are breaking new ground in the old science of biochar.

And preliminary lab results suggest it’s working.

Yesterday Bosch ran toxic sludge mimicking acidic mine drainage through his biochar wattle. The sludge had all the goodies.

“I allowed a passive flow of really contaminated water. I make it really acidic. Basically every metal you can think of that’s in the Berkeley Pit is in this mixture — aluminum, copper, iron, manganese, nickel, zinc — you name it.”

The mixture also contained arsenic and lead, two of the county’s Residential Metals Abatement Program’s chief concerns.

“And we’re seeing results like almost 90 percent removal of all these nasty metals,” Bosch said.

Earlier, Bosch and Hutchins put the biochar wattles to the test on Gatorade-blue water like groundwater in the Parrot tailings. They were able to remove 99 percent of the copper sulfate, Bosch said.

“It’s looking good,” he said.

The EPA recently announced approximately $792,036 in funding for 32 student teams through its People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) grant program. The team from Montana Tech is one of five teams to receive funding to develop and demonstrate projects that help address environmental and public health challenges.

Bosch’s team received $24,946 for Phase I of their project, Biochar Wattle for Enhanced Surface Water Quality.

Besides the biochar’s effectiveness, Bosch said the project stays true to the grant’s purpose by making use of agricultural waste materials in its mission.

Montana Tech student of biological science, Sam Butcher, is even testing how the biochar wattles interact with area plant life to ensure its sustainability.

Amber Freebourn, a student of professional and technical communication at Montana Tech, is in charge of involving the community in the science. She’s working with the Clark Fork Watershed Education Program to bring the project — and awareness of the stormwater contaminants it hopes to address — to local schools and the community through seminars.

For Freebourn, it’s personal.

“When I was younger I actually lived over by the pit. There were these dirt lots that me and my neighborhood friends would always go to. And then one time, we found something that we thought was gold, and so we took it all up, and we put it in little bags.”

Freebourn took the fool’s gold home, and only much later, working with scientists on this project, realized she brought dangerous materials into her home.

Now she knows more about Butte’s contaminants than she bargained for, and is driven to educate people on Tech’s efforts to solve the problems.

“It’s important for other people to hear this, because this is our livelihood at stake. Our health, our environment — everything is connected. It’s one big cycle,” Freebourn said.

Hutchins’ interdisciplinary team includes Montana Tech students Freebourn, Butcher, and environmental engineering students Bosch, Kelsey Parker, and Mami Scherman. The team is mentored by Montana Tech faculty members Dr. Katherine Zodrow, Dr. Richard LaDouceur, Dr. Robert Pal, and Dr. Dario Prieto.

The team is currently using funding from Phase 1 to develop a proof of concept, and will present their results at a variety of seminars in the spring. Each of the five teams is eligible to compete for a Phase II grant of up to $100,000 to further implement their design in a real-world setting.

Bosch said he and his fellow students are thrilled by the prospect of taking that next step. First they’ll test the wattles on Butte’s storm drains, present the results, and then the sky’s the limit.

“Taking it to the market, building it up to a full-scale solution, and bringing it to people for them to use,” he said.

For Hutchins, the project is a win-win, because it’s about fixing a very real problem.

“The biggest thing is we don’t really have a solution right now,” Hutchins said. “We’re still struggling to keep those metal levels low in Silver Bow Creek. Anything we can do to reduce those levels is appealing. Biochar is specifically appealing because it uses a waste product. It’s sustainable. It’s potentially scalable and useful in lots of different circumstances.”

And the project brings students and the EPA together under the same goal —cleaning up Butte.

“It’s really great to have an example of an all-around positive project, where everybody’s just really, really happy to see positive results coming out of it,” Hutchins said.

So watch out, people of Butte. Biochar wattles — coming to a storm drain near you.

A Butte man was shot in the ankle just as he was pulling out of the Walmart parking lot on the afternoon before Christmas.

Kris Bosch, an environmental engineering student at Montana Technological University, and Amber Freebourn, a professional and technical communications student, are photographed with a set of plants that are part of their experiment. The interdisciplinary team is experimenting with a biochar substance as a way to filter toxic water from mine waste. 

Mami Scherman, an environmental engineering student at Montana Tech, holds up a bag of biochar, left, that was created from burning ground-up animal bones. The biochar is used in a filter system designed to filter toxic mine water like that in the Berkeley Pit.

Tech students Kris Bosch, left, Mami Scherman, center and Amber Freebourn are photographed in a lab on campus where they have been working in an interdisciplinary team on an experiment to clean toxic mine water using biochar. The team was awarded a grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency for their work. Not photographed are Tech students Kelsey Parker and Samuel Butcher.

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31 December, 2020
 

Biochar is a coal-like substance that is mainly made from agricultural waste products. It can remove contaminants such as pharmaceuticals from treated wastewater. This is the result of research carried out by scientists of the Pennsylvania State University and the Arid Lands Agricultural Research Center in Arizona. The biochar was made from two agricultural residues common in the US: cotton and guayule.

To test the ability of biochar to adsorb pharmaceuticals from treated wastewater, the scientists compared three common compounds. During adsorption, a material like a pharmaceutical adheres to the surface of solid biochar particles. In the case of absorption, in turn, one material is taken up into another, such as in a sponge.

The shrub guayule grows in the dry southwestern US and its waste was used for the biochar tested. Among bonatics, it is also called Parthenium argentatum. The shrub is cultivated as a source of rubber and latex. The plant is chopped to the ground and its branches crushed to extract the latex. The dry, mushy, fibrous residue that remains after the stalks are chopped up to extract the latex is called bagasse.

The results are important as they demonstrate the potential of biochar made from abundant agricultural waste. If it wasn’t re-used, this waste would have to be disposed at a cost. The production of biochar is an inexpensive additional processing step to reduce contamination in treated wastewater used for irrigation.

At the same time, most wastewater treatment plants are currently not equipped to remove emerging contaminants such as pharmaceuticals. If these toxic compounds were removed by biochar, the wastewater could be reprocessed in irrigation systems. This re-use is crucial in regions where water scarcity is a constraint for agricultural production.

The pharmaceutical compounds used in the study were: sulfapyridine, an antibacterial drug commonly used in veterinary medicine; docusate, a widely used laxative and stool softener, and erythromycin, an antibiotic used to treat infections and acne.

The results, published in the journal Biochar, suggest that biochar can effectively adsorb agricultural waste. The biochar obtained from cotton processing waste was a lot more efficient. It adsorbed 98% of the docusate, 74% of the erythromycin and 70% of the sulfapyridine from aqueous solutions. In comparison, the biochar obtained from guayule residues bagasse adsorbed 50% of the docusate, 50% of the erythromycin and only 5% of the sulfapyridine.

Research found that a temperature rise from about 340°C to about 700°C in the oxygen-free pyrolysis process used to convert agricultural waste materials to biochar resulted in a improved capacity for adsorption.

To date, there have been no studies on the use of guayule bagasse to make biochar and remove contaminants, nor are there any for cotton processing waste. Some research has been carried out into the possible removal of other contaminants. However, this is the first study to use cotton gin waste specifically to remove pharmaceuticals from water.

The research is more than theoretical. At Frontis Energy we hope that the technology will soon be available on industrial scale. With cotton gin waste being widespread even in the poorest regions, we believe this source of biochar holds great promise for decontaminating water. The next step would be to develop a mixture of biochar material to adsorb a wider variety of contaminants from water.

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