Biochar is charcoal ground fine with the intention to use it in agriculture. It can be made in a variety of ways. It can be made from a variety of organic matters. Biochar also displays vastly different qualities over different temperatures. Sustainable Charcoal production can be a source or reliable energy. The end products can have many beneficial uses. It can be used safely for heating/cooking, filtration, medicinal uses, source of energy for steam engines, energy for blacksmith forges, inputs in agriculture, removing toxins from the environment, homes for microbes, making your Composting Toilet smell better, adding carbon to soils, it really has many uses it is currently being looked at as a tool to help mitigate climate change, for carbon sequestration. Biochar looks set also to be a big winner in the carbon credit schemes and taxes various countries are scrambling to adopt.
List the different types of DIY systems here:
Australia Beginner Char Mk1, Tlud Gassifier, 2 barrel nested retort, Jolly Rodger, Adam Retort, Phoenix rising 540, The wombat, Dragon Kiln, Geoff Moxham Milo tin, rotary hearth,
South America - Amazon basin
Education & Workshops
Biochar, fuel, cooking gas, fertilizer, carbon sequestration