Carbon Removal Park

Grevesmühlen, Germany

One of Germany’s largest carbon removal parks

Novocarbo builds and operates carbon removal parks worldwide, pursuing the goal of removing 1 million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere by 2030. The Carbon Removal Park in the Baltic Sea is our largest site to date and a unique example in Germany of a holistic approach to CO2 removal and green heat generation. We use state-of-the-art pyrolysis technology to process plant residues into biochar.
Country: Germany
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

Exomad Green

Concepcion, Bolivia

Committed to  becoming the world’s leading producer of sustainable Biochar

We are Exomad Green, a company committed to the vision of becoming the world’s leading producer of sustainable Biochar. At the heart of our mission is the conviction that Biochar plays a crucial role in creating a more sustainable future.
Country: Bolivia
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

Carba Prototype Reactor

WM - Burnsville Sanitary Landfill, Cliff Rd W, Burnsville, MN, USA

Permanently bury nature-based biomass for thousands of years.

Carba specializes in low energy Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) solutions with permanent storage. Through low temperature pyrolysis (torrefaction) we convert nature-based biomass/waste into graphitic carbon and permanently bury/store it for thousands of years.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

Bio-Restorative Ideas (BRi) X Puro

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Transform any organic matter into fixed carbon

BRI developed a model for achieving rapid carbon footprint reduction through permanent sequestration of CO2 while providing environmentally and socially conscious revenue sources. They transform any organic matter into fixed carbon that gets stored permanently in the soil and in the process quantify how much carbon was sequestered from the atmosphere.
Country: Puerto Rico
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

ecoLocked

Spandauer Straße / Grunerstraße, 10178 Berlin, Germany
ecoLocked is turning buildings into carbon sinks. We convert captured carbon from waste biomass (biochar) into powerful, carbon-negative construction materials. Our products permanently store CO2 in the built environment, reduce the need for fossil raw materials, and deliver material performance improvements in areas like insulation, durability and production efficiency. We just released our first product, an additive to create 100% carbon-neutral concrete (ready-mixed & precast). The video below shows an example project with ready-mixed concrete.
Country: Germany
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar
Carbo Culture

Carbo Culture

Köydenpunojankatu 2, 00180 Helsinki, Finland

a climate technology company building a rapidly scalable biochar carbon removal solution

Plants draw down CO2 from the atmosphere via photosynthesis and solar power at unbeatable efficiency. We take waste biomass and transform it using our patented reactors, permanently storing the carbon in an inert, solid form called biochar. Our unique process produces high-quality biochar for agricultural and construction applications, generates renewable energy, and creates some of the most tangible carbon credits on the market.
Country: Finland
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

Tierra Prieta

Parras de la Fuente, Coahuila, Mexico

Biochar from Pecan Shells

We have produced, sold, and delivered over 120 tons of biochar made from waste pecan shells.
Country: Mexico
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar

The Biochar Demonstrator

118 Talbot St, Nottingham NG1 5GP, UK
This interdisciplinary project will address the uncertainties concerning the extent and scope of deployment of biochar, including its stability with respect to carbon sequestration, together with quantifying effects on soil health and ecosystem services, economic viability and social acceptability. Field trials will take place at arable and grassland sites in the Midlands and Wales, an open cast coal mine site in Cumbria, denuded railway embankments, and forestry sites in England and Wales
Country: United Kingdom
Status: In Development
Type: Biochar

Aperam

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

dedicated to sustainable forest management and charcoal production

The biochar produced at BioEnergia is used in thier steel-making process as a natural and renewable substitute for fossil fuels. This allows us Aperam to entirely eradicate the use of extractive coke and makes their steel a leader in terms of CO2 footprint.
Country: Brazil
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar
Biochar Life

Biochar Life

Phrao District, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Empowering Smallholder Farmers. Healing Our Planet.

Biochar Life is on a mission to tackle climate change, enhance public health, and alleviate rural poverty by working with smallholder farmers. They train communities in the creation of biochar and help them generate c-sink credits, putting more money back into their hands while making a global impact.
Country: Thailand
Status: Operational
Type: Biochar