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Biochar is the lightweight black residue, made of carbon and ashes, remaining after the pyrolysis of biomass. Biochar is defined by the International Biochar Initiative as "the solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment".

  • When applied to soil, it enhances its ability to capture and store carbon, providing a sustainable and natural solution to reducing carbon emissions. Biochar has been shown to improve soil health, increase crop yields, and reduce the need for synthetic fertilizers. Referring to Nova Terra Preta.


  • Additionally, biochar can be used as a component in building materials such as concrete products, further contributing to carbon removal efforts, especially relevant for the cement industry, which is one of the biggest emitters of CO2e into the atmosphere. Referring to Carbon concrete.

Its versatility and effectiveness make biochar an attractive solution for carbon removal applications.

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Biochar is from biomass waste that can be used for carbon removal applications.

Beyond its use in carbon removal applications, biochar can also be used in a range of other applications depending on the raw materials used in its production.

Nature-based solution for
water treatment

Biochar can be used as a filter material for water treatment, effectively removing contaminants and improving water quality.


Air freshener

Biochar can be used as an air freshener, absorbing odors and pollutants to provide a clean and fresh environment.


We also provide high-quality bamboo biochar that is sustainably harvested from FSC-certified forests in Vietnam.


Our biochar product is carefully manufactured to ensure it is free from any hazardous elements, such as heavy metals and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), which are known to cause cancer.


Please feel free to contact us for more information or to request a quote.

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