Pyrolysis and Biochar

Pyrolysis, Biochar, soil detoxification and regeneration and afforestation

The CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan ™ contributes to the transformation of Biomass waste, farming and crop residue into BioChar for the purposes of detoxifying and regenerating soil throughout the Ancestral Domains and farming lands made redundant through the transfer of open air farming into our environmentally controlled, hi technology greenhouses. 

Pyrolysis transforms decaying biomass, prunings, farming and crop residues into charcoal, called ‘BioChar‘. This is a natural, environmentally friendly soil regeneration process. BioChar is the best possible method for soil detoxification, to remove chemicals, pesticides and man made fertilizers. Indigenous Peoples and our ancestors practiced ‘slash and burn’ farming throughout the ages, because then new that charcoal regenerates the soil on their farming lands. After a harvest, they would burn the crop residue and trees, and leave the field for a few years, after which they would replant their crops. 

CPRSX formed a working partnership NextChar of America, who are the leading authorities on Pyrolysis and BioChar production as the first Industrial scale manufacturer of Pyrolysis plant and equipment.

BioChar is a product produced by Pyrolysis. The BioChar sequesters carbon emissions, acts as a sponge for water while decontaminating the soil.  Biochar is and has been part of the natural growth cycle in forests, wetlands, and mountains since time immemorial. Every time there is a forest or bush fire, the remaining charcoal left on the ground refertilizes the soil and promotes new growth. BioCh is a pure carbon sequestration material, which supercharges microbial activities, enhancing soil quality and promoting new plant growth.

Putting Carbon Emissions back in the ground.
As a negative emissions technology, biochar directly addresses climate change by trapping carbon, thus reducing the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. The NextChar technology stores three tons of CO2 for thousands of years, for every five tons of biomass that it processes. Examples of Biomass input products suitable for Biochar manufacturing include, but are not limited to;
  • Rice field and rice plant residue.
  • Grass and forestry residue.
  • Shrubs.
  • Crop stubble and residue.
  • Animal waste and bones.     
  • Coconut shells, husks and coir, and bagasse.