[Gasification] Biochar - Carbon Negative?

sam at bristolwireless.net sam at bristolwireless.net
Tue Apr 19 15:47:53 MDT 2016


Hi Rhys

I think I've been out in that boat. Can't remember the old boy's name  
but pretty sure.

Could be worth getting started on? Spend £300 on a decent 4 stroke  
lonshaft to go  with it? I've got a DSC radio I could give you?

£25 to stick this on your phone  
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.navionics.singleAppUKHolland  
& yr good to go..

I'm looking to get one of these waterproof tablets secondhand on ebay  
(£130ish)  
http://www.sonymobile.com/gb/products/tablets/xperia-z3-tablet-compact/specifications/#tabs to run as a  
chartplotter.

(once I finally sort the sodding gearbox!)

Cheers

Sam







Quoting Mark Bell <markbell555 at gmail.com>:

> After gasification, approximately 5% of the woody biomass remains a biochar
> which sequesters carbon, hence a 'carbon negative' claim can be made.
> Alternatively, if the woody waste is left to rot in situ, the carbon
> sequestration is 0% (all carbon is released/transformed into CO2 and other
> gasses).
>
> True?
>
>
> Mark Bell
> Director, Petawawa Renewable Power Corporation, GP
> PO Box 15
> Orangeville, Ontario
> L9W 2Z5
> Tel:  416 209 7351









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