GOING CIRCULAR

 Circular Economy is the future. You can join it today.

 

Carbo­niz­a­tion drives sustaina­bi­lity
and enables circularity

Upcy­cling is a process of trans­forming waste mate­rials into products of a better quality or for
better envirnon­mental value. Using PYREG Tech­no­logy, compa­nies address the end-of-life concerns related to their products, trans­forming their waste into value added products, such as energy and biochar.

Make sustaina­bi­lity
your new busi­ness model

The advan­tages can be used, either as a yield model or, to benefit the compa­nies CSR goals.

CO2 Sink
Certi­fi­cates

Waste Volume
Reduc­tion

Extracted Re-
newable Energy

High Quality
End-Product: Biochar

CO2-Sink Certi­fi­cates

1.600 t CO2/Year
160.000 €

Upcy­cling your waste
to biochar

700 t/Year
= 560.000 €

CO2-Carbon Storage

1.810 t CO2/Year
139 hectare forrest 

Reduc­tions

Waste 83%
Other 17% 

We are Matching THE UNITED NATIONS
SUSTAINABLE DEVE­LO­P­MENT gOals

The sustaina­bi­lity goals set by the UN are beco­ming incre­a­singly important.
The PYREG tech­no­logy helps compa­nies meet these requi­re­ments today, instead of waiting for tomorrow.

Carbo­niz­a­tion Sewage Sludge

Carbo­niz­a­tion Biomass

Carbo­niz­a­tion Produc­tion-Waste

Biochar – the key ingre­dient for
a sustainable economy

What makes Biochar special? High-quality biochar has a great variety of charac­te­ris­tics and effects; it acts like a sponge, retai­ning water and nutri­ents. These quali­ties enable biochar to be used in many appli­ca­tions, such as:

Feedstock

Feed
Additive

Soil Improver

Soil
Addi­tive

Production Additive

Filling mate­rial
in production

Buil­ding mate­rial
addi­tive

The quality and there­fore the appli­ca­tions areas depend on the input mate­rial. Low-quality biochar can be used as filling mate­rial in produc­tion or as a buil­ding mate­rial addi­tive in asphalt or concrete.
Either way – waste can be used again in a sustainable way to close the loop, demons­tra­ting a true Circular Economy.

Surface

Up to
500 m²

Nutrient Content

Up to
905g/Kg

Amount of its own
weight in water

Absorbs
5 TIMES

ENGI­NEE­RING SUSTAINABILITY

During this carbo­niz­a­tion process, the majo­rity of the carbon is actually seques­tered in the resul­ting biochar, thereby inhi­bi­ting the release of CO2 into the atmo­s­phere, for centu­ries. This seques­tered CO2 amount can be certi­fied and used either to achieve sustainable corpo­rate goals or to trade them on the open market.

OPERA­TING 1 YEAR

EQUI­VA­LENT TO THE PLAN­TING OF 140.000 TREES