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Water Treatment

 

  • Adsorbent for the removal of a wide variety of organic and inorganic pollutants dissolved in water
  • Remove contaminants such as chlorine, chloramines, volatile organic compounds (VOC) and disinfection byproducts in purification of drinking water
  • Capable of distributing chemicals, particles or charged species on its large hydrophobic internal surface, thus making them accessible to distinct pollutants present in water

 

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Cattle Feed Additive

 

  • Increase in milk production, decrease in mastitis and prevention of stomach twist
  • improve meat quality
  • 50% reduction of manure offensive smell
  • Generally improved health and appearance
  • Improved vitality
  • Improved udder health
  • Decreased cell counts in the milk (interrupting the administration of biochar leads to higher cell counts and a drop in performance)
  • Minimisation of hoof problems
  • Stabilisation of postpartum health
  • Reduced diarrhoea within days, faeces subsequently generally more solid
  • Decline in the mortality rate
  • Increase in milk protein and/or fat

 

Biochar is a classic “inert” ingredient; it creates an environment that enhances chemical processes essential for biology, especially digestion. Biochar also changes the properties of dung, making it lighter, drier, easier to handle. This eliminates toxic trouble at its source, to further improve health. And since dung has digested biochar, this improves other properties of the dung. Biochar is also a catalyst to facilitate populations of microbes. Many bacteria, fungi and other simple life forms prefer biochar as habitat, and take up residence in its micropores. Biochar can increase nutrient adsorption, retention and transport to improve the liver-intestine circuit.

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