biochar tecnologia

biochar tecnologia

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•Traditional charcoal kilns are unsuitable for biochar production (too inefficient and polluting)

•Modern processes will produce several co‐ products (biochar, bio‐oil, syngas)

•Opportunities for controlling yields of co‐ products and properties of biocharsin an environmentally sustainable manner

Acknowledgmen ts

This presentation is based on a chapter to appear in the book “Biochar for Environmental Management: Science and Technology,” edited by Johannes Lehmann and Stephen Joseph, and to be published early next year by EarthscanPublishers Ltd. Some of the materials presented are the result of research performed by ISU graduate students CatieBrewer, Randy Kasparbauer, Cody Ellens, A.J. Sherwood Pollard, and Jared Brown and assisted by undergraduate students HernanTrevino and Daniel Assmann. Drs. Justinus Satrio and Sam Jones also contributed to this research. Frontline Bioenergy provided some of the charcoal samples evaluated in this study.

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