We turn the waste generated by your distillery, winery, or brewery.
Into a product that enhances soil fertility and captures carbon.
Easychar is a form of biochar generated using a process especially developed by Sky East UK.
It uses waste generated from your company’s processing facility.
The equipment required is highly specialised, but compact
These two factors allowed us to develop unique technology and arrange supply chain in an optimal way to minimise logistics costs
Easychar enhances soil health by promoting soil life, improving structure, and increasing the retention of nutrients. Particularly suitable for smart agro-technologies like vertical farming.
Mixed with compost, Easychar is the ideal supplement for challenging soils and demanding plants. Promotes soil life, improves structure, and increases the retention of water and nutrients.
Adding Easychar makes organic composts easier to spread, and helps them retain nutrients in the soil, making them available to plants for longer.
Easychar is an ideal medium for green roofs, as it lasts forever, holds nutrients and water, and encourages plant roots to anchor through it.
An on-site waste processing service for distilleries, breweries, wineries, farms and other businesses that generate organic waste.
And reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Easychar is stable for thousands of years, significantly reducing your company’s carbon footprint.
Easychar Partners will be licensed to use this distinctive logo, communicating their commitment to environmental sustainability.
Conversion of biomass carbon (C) to biochar via
carbonization (pyrolysis) offer a sustainable method for
managing organic residues and biomass.
In 2018 biochar was acknowledged by the IPCC (the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) as an important Negative Emission Technology
Among various CO 2 sorptive materials, biochar has gained considerable attention.
The word sustainability and its associated ideas of environmental, economic and social impact
Heating biomass in a zero-oxygen environment to temperatures of 250°C or greater yields energy-rich gases and liquids, and a solid charcoal, or char.