Upcycling is popularly understood as a process in which an old or useless material is converted into products of higher value. Due to the depletion of natural resources and changes in society, this principle is gaining increasing relevance.
Biochar is also more than just a simple recycling product. The carbon production process does not simply recycle biogenic material. The mostly surplus biomass (green waste, screen residues, fruit seeds, manure, liquid manure, coconut shells, etc.) are gently carbonized to new products such as energy, feeding char or activated carbon and refined.
In addition to energetic and material upcycling, biochar also has another invaluable benefit: The CO2 footprint is improved in two ways. If biochar is additionally introduced into the soil, large quantities of carbon can be stored and removed from the atmosphere.
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