Earth Haven runs Bazman Rumbler Batch Gasifiers. Feedstock is sourced from a local sustainable timber mill using chipped off cuts. The biochar produced contains NO chemically treated material and the production site in organically run with NO chemical sprays used on the 20 acre site. The processing equipment does not come in contact with any chemically treated biomass or genetically modified crop residues. Quenching water is sourced on site and contains no chemical run off.
The biochar produced contains a high fixed carbon content above 85%. The feedstock is hardwood derived which helps to increase the products highly porous surface area.
NSW: Northern Rivers
Ballina 2478: Go Grow: 60 Teven Road
Lismore 2480 Landmark: 145 Casino street
Murwillumbah 2484 Budds Mitre 10: 81 Wollumbin Street
Nimbin 2480 Building Material: 50 Gungas Road
Queensland, South East Queensland
Brisbane 4030: Northey street City Farm: Corner of Northey St & Victoria St
Kallangur 4503: Theo’s Garden Centre: 187 Old Gympie road
Margate 4019: Go Vita Health & Organic: Shop 1 Margate shopping centre, 32 Baynes street
Samford 4520: Gleam of Dawn: 230 Mount Glorious Road
Soil Reef Biochar Website >>>>
Soil Reef™ Biochar is lightweight and should be spread on the soil and mixed or tilled safely into the root zone of the plants after mixing with compost or your choice of fertilizer.
Phoenix Energy Biochar >>>>
The biochar we produce currently is made from wood chips, making it highly stable. It is created at very high temperatures (over 700 degrees Celsius) making it very porous and absorptive.
All our products are 100% organic, Soil Association approved, carbon negative and locally sourced, ensuring your organic patch is truly climate-smart.
Oxford Biochar is part of the Big Biochar Experiment >>>>
This is the first large-scale experiment on the use of biochar in British allotments and gardens. It aims to gather quantitative data on above- and below-ground productivity, and qualitative data on plant and soil health of widely used fruit and vegetable varieties in Britain. These data, combined with existing information on weather and soil quality, will be used to assess the effects of biochar on the productivity of soils across Britain.