CASE STUDIES

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“These pioneering projects are encouraging local communities to grow a low cost, sustainable supply of fruit and vegetables.”

The Ivory Foundation and Designing Hope, Southern Africa

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“The SuperChar Mk II kiln has worked well and the initial training course provided by Carbon Gold was a necessary start.”

Peter Kjaer, Tei Tei Taveuni, Fiji
Sustainable farming NGO

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“By improving the health of barren soils, locally produced biochar has enabled communities to grow fresh fruit and vegetables to eat and sell.”


International NGO Pro-Natura develop Super Vegetable Gardens in areas of severe desertification

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“This pioneering kiln can process a wide range of new feedstocks – an ideal waste management solution.”

 

French civil engineering company Bouygues install SuperChar Mk II in Turkmenistan

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“The work undertaken will provide a unique, energy positive environmental management system that helps return the natural balance of the wetlands.”


AMW & IBERS

DECC Wetland Biomass to Bioenergy Competition

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“Members of The Helix Communities will learn how to use the kiln and take the project forward into a community enterprise – producing and selling locally produced biochar.”

Ben Williams, The Helix, Scotland
Carbon Reduction Coordinator

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The United Nations Development Programme has funded the first ever biochar project that’s delivering environmental, social and economic benefits to cacao farmers in Belize.


Toledo Cacao Growers Association, Belize, Central America

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“One of the attractions of creating biochar on site with your own feedstock is that you can sequestrate some of the carbon emissions that you create through other
activities.”

Robert Eden, Chateau Maris, South of France
Biodynamic wine maker and organic smallholder

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