Scion include biochar in discussion

Gaugler says he sees a few other technologies that have potential to add more value, helping overcome the tyranny of distance and cost to market.

They include converting slash to biochar for soil remediation, a process that can also produce syn-gas for powering the biochar plant, and biochemicals that are a viable alternative to hydrocarbon-sourced chemicals.


Other work in Northland includes a study on the value of biochar and its value in soil remediation.”


Scion include biochar in discussion — 1 Comment

  1. “The forest research agency and Callaghan Innovation recently hosted a “design sprint” workshop to deliver solutions on the slash problem sooner than later.”

    I’m not aware of BNNZ being invited to participate… pity

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