Carbon sequestration and soil fertilisation through soilrich

Thank you very much to Mr Pascal for your dedication to the design and optimization of our small scale soilrich production system. Our 0.2 m3 soilrich system operates at temperatures ranging from 250 to 900°C. Our kilns work on an updraft principle, with a combustion chamber, kilns, and a smoke vent. One tonne of soilrich is expected to remove 3.2 tonnes of CO2 equivalent and store it in solid form for decades
Soilrich is a carbon-sequestration process in which organic biomass residues are pyrolyzed or gasified in low-oxygen environments .This is known as biochar, but because our process focuses on a blend of carbon and nutrient rich biomass materials, our product sequesters carbon while also retaining available soil nutrients required to improve crop yield, hence the name soilrich. The resulting char-like soil rich can be mixed with existing soil and used as a fertiliser with a carbon residence time of over 2000 years.
 Soilrich production and land application remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere directly through plant uptake, allowing for a reduction in atmospheric CO2 levels. Soilrich carbon contributes to environmental sustainability through carbon sequestration because it is resistant to microbial degradation