Biochar Production


Biochar is a carbon-rich material produced during pyrolysis process of biomass with a temperature between 400-650°C

Our Activities

  1. Farmers training and sensitization in groups- farmers are trained on what biochar is, how to make, and its application in the soil
  2. We collect biomass of different types from farmers Dry the biomass and produce biochar using the kon-tiki kilns
  3. We mix the biochar with manure for application in the farms
  4. Give farmers from whom we sourced the biomass so that they can apply back into their soils

Team Objectives

  1. Carbon sequestration- biochar acts as a carbon sink 
  2. Reduce waste in the environment by converting the waste it into a more useful product
  3. Improve smallholder farmer livelihoods through provision of biochar fertilizer which is cheap and more beneficial compared to inorganic fertilizers

  4. Provide employment opportunities for local people

Feedstock for biochar production:

Feedstock is organic material you burn to make biochar

  • Corn stover
  • Coconut husks
  • Leaves from trees
  • Bagasse

Current results

By the December 1st, 2022

Tonnes  Produced and Supplied


  1. Provision of employment opportunities to the local community who work to produce biochar thus improve their livelihoods
  2. Fabrication of multiple kilns for biochar production
  3. Application of biochar in planting of trees 
  4. 1000 experimental fields with biochar treatment

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