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Biochar FAQ

Biochar is a charcoal-like substance rich in stable carbon. It's created by heating biomass without oxygen. Rather than releasing CO2, it stores carbon as biomass for up to 1000 years while improving soil health.

Biochar is made from leftover crops and organic waste. It's like charcoal but better.

When you put biochar in the ground it stores carbon for a very long time, making the soil richer.

In fact, biochar keeps carbon from going back into the air for about 1000 years. That’s much more than trees, which only trap carbon for 60 years.

Their soil becomes better: it holds more water, has a stronger structure, and keeps nutrients for plants.

Farmers get more crops, and the quality of their produce improves.

For businesses that want to reduce their environmental footprint and become more sustainable, biochar is a great choice.

Businesses can actively contribute to fighting climate change by using biochar. It aligns with environmental goals and can be a selling point for eco-conscious consumers because it shows that you care about the environment and operate in an environmentally responsible way.

  • Provide a quote along with your logo:
    • 3 tonnes of CO2 removed


  • Provide a written article along with your logo:
    • 6 tonnes of CO2 removed


  • Provide an article, a video and your logo:
    • 10 tonnes of CO2 removed

You will receive certificates from the official registries for your credits (e.g., Gold Standard or Vera), as well as the official Supercritical removal statement validating the purchased carbon removal – an example shown here.


What does Supercritical, our biochar provider say?

What sets biochar apart from other removal methods are the really strong co-benefits that come from its application to soils.

Food production has an enormous environmental impact. Amongst many other needed solutions, biochar could help reducing food system impacts, as well as lock carbon out of short carbon cycle for centuries.