List of frequently asked questions
America Sequesters CO2 has teamed up with Down To Earth—an organic home and garden products retail store and distributor out of Eugene—to display and sell the BioCharlie at their retail store.
You can turn just about anything organic into biochar, including any shellfish or similar food waste, such as chicken bones. See how they turned out here!
Together, we can really start a movement to help our soils and our planet--right in our own backyards.
On May 20th, the BioCharlie team will be setting up shop--and learning all sorts of cool facts about biochar--at a day long event at Romulus' Boathouse Beer Garden.
CO2 is getting a bad rap and all anybody wants to do is get rid of it somehow or some way. In this post we look at what is being done, and what can be done to solve the problem.
If a picture tells a thousand words then maybe a video tells a million.
We owe the existence of biochar to the incredible chemical process called pyrolysis. The word pyrolysis comes from the Greek terms “pyro” meaning “fire,” and “lysis” meaning “separation.”