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Lab Report

Interpreting Biochar Lab Reports

Biochar's physical and chemical properties control its effectiveness in different applications. Properties are determined by: • feedstock • production conditions • pre- or post- processing Biochars differ greatly in their properties so laboratory analytical data provides a way to predict biochar's effectiveness.
Safety and Storage - General

Biochar Storage, Shipping and Safety

General Topics include: * Biochar basics * Storage * Bulk Delivery & Transportation * Safety with Dust and Explosion * Sponanteous Combustion You can watch the two-day webinar series on the USBI YouTube channel:
Introduction to Biochar

3Rs of Biochar

Introduction to Biochar

Basics of Biochar: Understanding Its Definition and Diversity

This article comprehensively explores biochar, highlighting its diverse forms, from its production via pyrolysis of various organic materials to its multifaceted applications in enhancing soil health, water retention, and environmental remediation, underscoring its role as a versatile and sustainable solution in agriculture and ecological stewardship.
Introduction to Biochar

Biochar in Compost

Explore the benefits of incorporating biochar into composting processes. Understand its impact on soil health, crop yields, and environmental sustainability. Dive into case studies from Rexius and Pacific Biochar, and learn application tips for farming.
Introduction to Biochar

Filter Pollutants With Biochar

Stormwater runoff, carrying pollutants from impervious surfaces, threatens water resources. Biochar, a cost-effective, natural material, enhances stormwater best management practices, effectively filtering pollutants and supporting green infrastructure. Practical applications and case studies underline its utility and efficiency.
Introduction to Biochar

Biochar Improves Manure Management

Biochar offers an eco-friendly solution to manage farm animal manure by capturing excess nutrients, reducing odors, and diminishing greenhouse gas emissions. Its use has proven benefits in livestock operations, resulting in better soil health, improved animal well-being, and potential cost savings. With testimonials from farmers and research support, biochar presents a compelling case for sustainable farming, beneficial both for the environment and the economy.
Climate Change
Introduction to Biochar

Carbon Markets Offer A New Opportunity For Biochar

Explore the significance of biochar in carbon reduction, its role in the voluntary carbon market, and why top corporations are investing. A must-read for policy makers, environmental consultants, and construction professionals.

Permanence of Soil Applied Biochar

Biochar, derived from organic materials through pyrolysis, consists of both Stable and Less-Stable carbon types, with its production process, carbon stability, and implications in policy-making and construction highlighting its potential for carbon sequestration, material durability, and environmental sustainability.
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