In the age of “decarbonisation”, does the carbonisation of biomass not sound forward-looking to you? Rest assured, the exact opposite is the case. In contrast to the use of lignite or hard coal, the gentle carbonisation in the PYREG process is active climate protection. When the natural material carbonises, a large part of the carbon is permanently bound in the carbonate. If the carbonate is then worked into the soil as biochar or integrated into building materials as carbon fibre, the carbon is removed from the atmosphere for centuries.
With a PYREG P500 System, approximately 300 tonnes of biochar can be produced per year. As a soil improver introduced into the soil, the same amount of CO2 per year can be bound as with 80,000 trees.
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTS AT A GLANCE
The PYREG systems are compact, decentralized systems that can be integrated easily into existing material cycles and infrastructure. Due to the CO2 sequestration and the production of reusable energy they are not only economically but also environmentally the write solution.