EBRI Urban Biochar and Sustainable Materials Demonstrator
Discover about new biochar technology installed by the Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI), Aston University and its partners to combat climate change in Birmingham, UK and the surrounding area. In this short video you will hear how the ‘Urban Biochar & Sustainable Materials Demonstrator’ project led by EBRI is developing biochar for the benefit of city and town environments, and local economies; researching how biochar can be used as a soil enhancer in urban landscapes; conducting scientific modelling to assess the carbon capture merits of biochar.
Introduction to the Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI)
The Energy and Bioproducts Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University carries out world-leading research into new and innovative ways of converting biomass and waste into sources of sustainable energy and low carbon products, using thermochemical, biological and catalytic processes. Discover more from Professor Patricia Thornley, Director of EBRI, about the work that EBRI’s academic and industry-facing teams are doing to help the world meet its ambitious targets for reducing carbon emissions and combating climate change.
Other films from EBRI
To see a selection of business testimonial films produced by EBRI during past business support programmes see below.
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