Graphene is a material with a multitude of industrial applications. It consists of a single layer of carbon atoms in a hexagonal lattice that can be used in concrete or asphalt, solar cells, LEDs, touch screens, sporting equipment, and energy storage. Currently one of the biggest issues facing the graphene industry is production methods to produce large enough volumes. A new method of producing graphene, called flash graphene, promises to produce sufficient quantities to drive commercial applications of the material.

Graphene can be made from anything with a high carbon content. Waste plastics, petroleum products, wood clippings, food waste or biochar are all candidates for producing quality graphene. Our raw biochar is a great precursor for graphene production as it has an abundance of carbon in a readily available form. Our raw biochar is renewable, produced from waste materials, and is consistent enough to ensure repeatable results. We look forward to exploring all of the new and expanding markets for our biochar in the near future.