Biochar Pot Trial Update

IRSI is excited to showcase the great work from Michelle’s greenhouse just outside Drayton Valley. So far the most promising blend is a biochar/humalite/soil mix. The humic acid was sourced from Canadian Humalite International Inc and seems to be a fantastic...

Biochar Plot Trials

IRSI has supplied biochar produced in Drayton Valley at the Ulysses Slow Pyrolysis System to a small scale farmer to see how much of an impact the biochar material can have on the marginal soils in the area. Biochar has a litany of benefits in soil and range from...

We Make Char!

Biochar Production Video The Ulysses slow pyrolysis system has begun to produce biochar in Drayton Valley, Alberta. The optimization of the Ulysses system is still being fine tuned, but the first batch of biochar produce through the continuous feed slow pyrolysis...

The Home Stretch

The Ulysses Pyrolysis System’s setup in Drayton Valley is heading into the home stretch! IRSI is very excited to begin the demonstration period facilitating the production of large volumes of Biochar for the Western Canadian market. Alberta Innovates Technology...

Student Biochar Project

One of the main issues with the development of the biochar market in North America is the awareness of the general public on the benefits of biochar. The attached link is a class project that can be executed in academic institutions to help students understand the...