Wood Carbonization Services & Biochar
Fisher Tree Services is working with trusted partners to provide municipalities with a new wood carbonization service. Carbonization is the process of converting wood into charcoal by heating it in an environment with little or no oxygen. This process produces a carbon-rich product that can be used for a variety of purposes and provides an excellent source of fuel that is much cleaner and more efficient than traditional fossil fuels. The process is also a great way to deal with waste wood that would otherwise take up valuable landfill space.
Municipalities are responsible for managing their waste, and finding cost-effective and environmentally sustainable ways to do so can be challenging. One solution to this problem is wood carbonization. Not only does it provide a sustainable solution to their waste management problems, but it also produces a valuable resource that can be used to offset the cost of the service. In addition, the process is much cleaner and more efficient than traditional waste management methods, which can be costly and environmentally damaging. By utilizing wood carbonization, municipalities can reduce their carbon footprint and improve the quality of life for their residents.
The process of wood carbonization is relatively simple. First, the wood is loaded into a sealed container and heated to high temperatures. As the temperature increases, the wood begins to break down, releasing gases and other volatile compounds. These compounds are then burned off, leaving behind a solid carbon-rich product known as charcoal. The resulting charcoal can be used for a variety of purposes, including fuel, fertilizer, and water filtration.