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What’s In Our Water?

What’s In Our Water? Chlorination is an essential barrier for waterborne pathogens such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia, to ensure the…

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Chron’s Disease

Activated Charcoal and Chron’s Disease Chron’s Disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It causes swelling of the…

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Did you know Carcinogens are in our midst? We tend to think that all body care products are safe, but…

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High-Grade Biochar

Our High-Grade Biochar production is a carbon negative process which means that it actually reduces CO2 in the atmosphere. The sawdust used to produce our Biochar would release higher amounts of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere if it was left to decompose naturally, by turning it into Biochar it is converted into a stable form of carbon, then when Biochar is applied to the soil it stores the carbon securely in place for potentially thousands of years.

Activated Carbon Applications

Activated carbon is used in a wide variety of industries ranging from the water and air purification, land remediation, food and beverage industries to the beauty and health industries.

Water & Air Purification Industries

Land Remediation

Food & Beverage Industries

Beauty & Health Industries