We are a group of university students who have are verypassionate about Biochar and believe in its potential to improve the lives ofmany, especially in themarcgomezmele
Phoenix Energy sells biochar: http://www.phoenixenergy.net/shop Their 140 pound package sells for $253.81, or $1.81 per pound or $3,625 per ton, plus shipping.redirondog
Hi Everyone, I'm new at posting but old at reading posts. I have a process to make producer gas from wood, charcoal or any biomass. The gas is composed ofstu2f64boyd
This is the home for discussion devoted to turning any form of biomass into char for the purpose of making biochar. This is the place to use words like "pyrolysis", "gasification", and "hydrothermal carbonization" ("HTC"). This list will also be the pre-dominant location of terms such as "energy", "biofuels", and "hybrid systems".
This list encompasses all possible scales of production (from those that exist today for industrial-scale biofuel production involving biomass transport over tens of kilometers, to the smallest possible char-making cooking and heating stoves). Discussion of char-making that is polluting (venting) will generally be discouraged, if flaring is at all possible. The list encourages discussion about all possible geographic areas - and all possible biomass feedstocks, except those that would result in the destruction of primary forests.
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