Interest in biochar has been booming all over the world. Several companies have jumped into production and the user community is looking for carbon-negative applications.

Biochar can lock up carbon, supply minerals, prevent nutrients leaching and water contamination and retain soil moisture. It is also suitable for a variety of value-added applications such as adsorption of pollutants, filler for composites, catalysts, material for electronic applications. 

The conference aims to create a forum where the current knowledge as well as future directions are openly reviewed and discussed.

IBioIC's Jude Huggan will be presenting a talk at this event.

Register and get more information at the BioChar website.

Venue: Alba, Italy

Dates: 20th - 25th August 2017