Bamboo Biochar is carbon rich charcoal produced through gasification process of bamboo residues (organic matters).
Bamboo Biochar has carbon-rich residues (65-90%), fine grained, porous substance, appears in black and is a stable form of carbon substance. Bamboo Biochar has tremendous surface structure, resembles activated carbon which serves as a low cost adsorbent. In soil, it serves great habitant for microorganisms, increases bioavailability, and great reservoir for water nutrients and pollutants which are expected to take hundreds of years to biodegrade.
Sustainable biochar is one of the few climate mitigation, soil enhancement and adsorbent technologies that is relatively inexpensive, widely applicable, and quickly scalable.
Bamboo Biochar helps to boost crops’ yield by 50-70%, neutralize acidic soils, and remediate degraded soil by the strong ability to absorb and retain moistures, soil nutrients, fertilizers and soil bacteria.
Bamboo Biochar helps to absorb bad odour, purify air, regulate air humidity, absorb electromagnetic radiation and promotes human health.
Raw Material for
Bamboo Biochar can be used in the synthesis of activated carbon. Activated carbon is a form of carbon with a high surface area and a high degree of microporosity, which make it suitable for purification of air, water and waste water.