Carboniferous

Black Sea

Sinks leftover surgar cane and corn fibre into the deep ocean. 

Carboniferous is safely and purposefully replicating the process of anoxic biomass carbon sequestration. We are a BiCRS pathway, storing terrestrial biomass in naturally forming permanent anoxic basins under the ocean.
Country: Turkey
Status: Concept
Type: Biomass Burial

Carboniferous

Cariaco Basin, Venezuela

Sinks leftover surgar cane and corn fibre into the deep ocean. 

Carboniferous is safely and purposefully replicating the process of anoxic biomass carbon sequestration. We are a BiCRS pathway, storing terrestrial biomass in naturally forming permanent anoxic basins under the ocean.
Country: Venezuela
Status: Concept
Type: Biomass Burial

Vaulted Deep LA Injection Site

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Buries sludgy organic waste.

Vaulted Deep injects organic waste into durable wells, where the carbon in the waste is sequestered as it decomposes. Using a specialized slurry injection technology, their process can handle a wide range of organic carbon sources with minimal energy and upfront processing. Their system has the potential to be deployed quickly at large scales.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Biomass Burial

Loblolly

Pine Bluff, AR, USA

Buys waste biomass and encases it preventing decomposition.

Combining photosynthesis with practical engineering, Graphyte’s Carbon Casting technology provides an immediate pathway for billions of tons of low-cost, permanent carbon removal. With levelized production costs at under $100/ton with minimal energy requirements, we can remove CO2 for 1,000+ years. Graphyte is in the process of building its first plant in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, near local timber and rice mills that could serve as biomass sources. The facility will, at first, be able to process and store carbon at a rate of about 5,000 tons per year, but the goal is to expand that processing capacity to a rate of 50,000 tons per year in 2024 as well.
Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial

Rewind.earth

Black Sea

Sinking agricultural and forest waste.

Rewind uses cranes off of boats to sink agricultural and forest residues to the oxygenless bottom of the Black Sea, the largest anoxic body of water on Earth. Oxygenless water dramatically slows biomass decomposition. The lack of living organisms in the Black Sea limits any potential ecosystem risks. This process allows for affordable and environmentally safe carbon removal.
Country: Georgia
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial

Vaulted Deep Kansas Injection Site

Hutchinson, Kansas, USA

Buries sludgy organic waste.

Vaulted Deep injects organic waste into durable wells, where the carbon in the waste is sequestered as it decomposes. Using a specialized slurry injection technology, their process can handle a wide range of organic carbon sources with minimal energy and upfront processing. Their system has the potential to be deployed quickly at large scales.
Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial

Carboniferous

Orca Basin

Sinks leftover surgar cane and corn fibre into the deep ocean. 

Carboniferous is safely and purposefully replicating the process of anoxic biomass carbon sequestration. We are a BiCRS pathway, storing terrestrial biomass in naturally forming permanent anoxic basins under the ocean.
Country: Mexico
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial

Carbon Lockdown

Potomac River, Maryland, USA

Facilitates sustainable carbon sequestration technologies

Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Biomass Burial

Graphyte

Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Encases biomass preventing decomposition

Combining photosynthesis with practical engineering, Graphyte’s Carbon Casting technology provides an immediate pathway for billions of tons of low-cost, permanent carbon removal. With levelized production costs at under $100/ton with minimal energy requirements, we can remove CO2 for 1,000+ years.
Country: United States
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial

Inter Earth

Perth WA, Australia

Partners with nature to tackle our biggest environmental challenge.

InterEarth is uses photosynthesis to capture CO2 from the atmosphere. They grow trees, harvest their above ground biomass and put that biomass, and its contained carbon, back underground.
Country: Australia
Status: In Development
Type: Biomass Burial