How to eliminate the consequences of forest fires?
Forest fires are not only scary. They cause economically significant damage and have dire consequences for the environment. Burning out of vast areas of the forest leads to the transformation of the species biocenosis and the risk of the complete disappearance of rare tree species. In addition, the composition of the soil and its water regime are changing. The circulation of carbon and nitrogenous compounds changes locally. There is an urgent need for unforeseen financial costs for the restoration of damaged areas. How to cope with such a task most successfully?
Greenpower Company sets ourself tasks aimed at preserving the ecology of forests in different parts of our planet and does everything possible to quickly restore burnt forests with maximum benefit. The theoretical basis of pyrolysis and the practical experience gained by Greenpower shows that any residues of plant origin, including burnt forest, can be used as raw materials. Our company GreenPower has developed a unique technology for the production of high-quality biochar from the waste of a burnt forest. Biochar (biochar or terra preta) is now called the salvation of mankind. Experiments in agriculture show excellent results of using biochareto or charcoal to increase soil fertility. Biochar is a solid. It is rich in carbon and has existed in soil for thousands of years. Fields of application: bioenergy, agriculture, chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries. Thanks to its specific properties, biochar improves the quality of the soil with nutrients. And its high porosity leads to moisture retention in the soil, which ensures significant plant growth with lower water consumption.
By definition, Biochar is a specially treated charcoal that is created in a pyrolysis process with very little oxygen available. Organic fertilizer Biochar, obtained as a result of low-temperature pyrolysis, contains carbon in its composition, which is easily absorbed by plant roots. Moreover, biochar helps to reduce the content of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.