New And Improved BioCharlie On The Way


by James Sauer December 05, 2019 1 Comment

Breaking News! A New and Improved BioCharlie Is In The Works!
 
We are working on and testing a better, stronger, and greener concept. Thank you to all who have supported our endeavor to make biochar and put carbon back into the ground where it belongs! Hundreds of BioCharlies are now used in fireplaces throughout the country. Our goal is to make the process more efficient, greener, and economical.
 
Please stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to introducing our new product...😀



James Sauer
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David Brown
David Brown

February 10, 2020

Love my bio Charlie. Used it almost every night last year in my woodstove. Still workable, but I had a welder make up a couple more sturdy (thicker square stock) and they may work forever, but are too heavy. I’ll be happy to see your new version. Don’t tease me with this ‘coming soon’. I’m eager to see how you could improve your design. Last year I generated wheelbarrow loads of charcoal, ‘composted in with horse manure, leaves and kitchen scraps and chippings,
To make fine black soil. I need a better way to grind the charcoal lumps. Thanks

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