Carbon removal projects turning waste biomass into biochar, green energy and carbon credits.
Replacement of biomass boiler with pyrolysis plant to improve economic and environmental outcomes.
Following 2 years of R&D from Woodtek, Carbon Hill took over the commercial operation of the site in 2021 has been manufacturing biochar and generating Carbon Credits since 2021.
UK Government-funded combined heat and power demonstrator plant with a carbon negative footprint to showcase climate repairing technology and demonstrate the effectiveness of community scale negative emission technology plus clean energy using sustainably sourced forestry waste.
Onnu Green Hubs
A first if its kind, Onnu Green Hubs transform poultry litter into biochar, while removing carbon and preventing local river pollution.
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Our Green Energy Hubs produce large amounts of excess heat which can be delivered as a fully sustainable, carbon negative energy source for your business.
Pyrolysis is the only practical and available carbon removal technology available today, and is a critical tool for the world's journey to Net Zero.
Biochar is a long-term store of carbon, and an effective soil additive improving plant yields and health. We are committed to producing it on a large scale to make a real difference in the fight against climate change.
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