Sep­a­rat­ing pol­lu­tants with biochar

Sep­a­rat­ing pol­lu­tants with biochar

Pol­lu­tants from soil, water and gases can be removed with biochar. Accord­ing to Weber (Indus­trielle Anwen­dun­gen von Bio­massekar­bon­isat­en. Adsorp­tion­s­mit­tel, in: Quicker/Weber 2016, Biokohle), these can be organic pol­lu­tants…

Biochar in met­al­lur­gy

Biochar in met­al­lur­gy

The pro­duc­tion of metal­lic raw prod­ucts is one of the most impor­tant indus­tri­al sectors. Germany, for example, is one of the world’s leading coun­tries in the pro­duc­tion of steel, alu­mini­um, lead, copper and tin. Accord­ing to the authors Schul­ten…

Terra Preta, the black rev­o­lu­tion

Terra Preta, the black rev­o­lu­tion

The authors Scheub, Pieplow and Schmidt describe how to produce healthy food in their own gardens and at the same time improve the climate in a highly read­able book about biochar. It describes step by step how biochar can best be used in the…

Biochar approval

Biochar approval

Germany is still a laggard when it comes to the approval of biochar. Cur­rent­ly, it is only per­mit­ted in the form of char­coal with a carbon content of at least 80 percent. Tech­nol­o­gy has been avail­able for a long time to produce biochar free of…

Biochar in animal feed – an overview

Biochar in animal feed – an overview

The cur­rent­ly most promis­ing pos­si­bil­i­ty to use biochar in agri­cul­ture in an eco­nom­i­cal­ly and eco­log­i­cal­ly ben­e­fi­cial way is by cascade use in animal hus­bandry. This is the con­clu­sion reached by the authors Schmidt, Kammann and Gerlach in their book…