Re: Big Dairy’s climate footprint is as big as the whole UK’s: Grist #pah
Tomaso Bertoli - CISV
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How do you make sure the biochar is clean from toxic pyrolytic materials?
You select a process that avoids accumulation
You test your material for PAHs
You run bio avoidance test … either using worms or by trusting the cows to reject a material that smells bad
Da: main@Biochar.groups.io <main@Biochar.groups.io> Per conto di Nadav Ziv
Very interesting subject,
The eco point of view is very clear.
How do you make sure the biochar is clean from toxic pyrolytic materials? Does higher pyrolysis temp will help? Can warer washing/immersing after charing?
What about biochar high PH? Any neutralization needed?
I am learning now on mycotoxins (toxic products of molds and fungi) in cereals and grains which. Biochar has the potential to absorb some of them and reduce risk from contamination. This could also be advantage of adding biochar to cow feed.
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