How CO2 subtraction occurs in nature through plants
How CO2 is removed by biochar
Plants are CO2 warehouses, they have the ability to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, bringing it into the soli and at the same time releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. This phenomenon, which is called "carbon sequestration", is good for the environment, at least until the plants are in the ground. If they are cut and subsequently burned or left to macerate, they release the CO2 they have accumulated back into the atmosphere, contributing to the amount of greenhouse gases in the air and
aggravating the climate crisis.
Biochar, also called vegetable carbon, is a concrete solution to the climate crisis as it removes CO2 from the atmosphere and fights desertification.
Biochar is a matrix that derives from wood chips
and wood processing waste, coming from the
cleaning of green areas and woods, through
combustion in an oxygen free environment. During its production, it literally imprisons the C02 in its structure which is composed of 90% carbon and stores it in the ground in the form of fertilizer, creating a virtuous circle.
Finding more effective and innovative ways to sequester carbon from the atmosphere and to trap it into the soil is essential to face the ever-increasing amount of land taken from forests and used for cultivation. While on one hand efforts towards reforestation are increasing, on the other it is important that substantial seizures of carbon are also implemented in cultivated fields. Nerabiochar responds this need, through the production of biochar. We have developed an efficient and effective method to do so.
Why is the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere important?
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Here is our solution!
Unlike the other biochars that derive from waste gasification, ours is 100% guaranteed, because
we produce only Biochar:
Here is the yield that our Biochar has on plants
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