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Taking respon­si­bi­lity for CO2 from biomass

Taking respon­si­bi­lity for CO2 from biomass

Biogenic resi­dues, such as those released for disposal in indus­trial processes as well as those that have so far simply been left to rot (e.g. wood cuttings), pose a consi­derable climate problem: they contain carbon. In conven­tional disposal...

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Biochar as Nega­tive Emis­sion Tech­no­logy (NET)

Biochar as Nega­tive Emis­sion Tech­no­logy (NET)

The strict requi­re­ments of the EBC In order to achieve climate neutra­lity by 2050, as called for by the EU, two funda­ment­ally diffe­rent strands of action are required: on the one hand, the reduc­tion of carbon emis­sions, and on the other, the...

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SWEDEN: Climate commis­sion recom­mends use of biochar

SWEDEN: Climate commis­sion recom­mends use of biochar

Sweden aims to become climate-neutral by 2045 and has had a special commis­sion draw up a stra­tegy for this. The compre­hen­sive report was presented yesterday. On 850 pages, it describes "paths to a climate-friendly future". It is not without reason...

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BIOCHAR: Approval for organic farming throughout the EU

BIOCHAR: Approval for organic farming throughout the EU

Biochar may now be used throughout Europe in organic farming as a fertilizer/soil condi­tioner. What a breakthrough! In Germany, for example, biochar has so far only been allowed to be used in the form of char­coal in agri­cul­ture. But now, in...

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BEST RECY­CLING PLANT OF THE YEAR IN SWEDEN

BEST RECY­CLING PLANT OF THE YEAR IN SWEDEN

We congra­tu­late Stock­holm Vatten och Avfall! The biochar project of Sweden’s largest water and waste manage­ment company is deco­rated with another award. It was appointed as the best recy­cling plant of the year by the Swedish recycling...

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