CORC Supplier Listing

Neutralize your emissions with a carbon removal certificate (CORC). Select your preferred supplier and act now!

29 carbon removal suppliers available

320 € / CORC

Biochar from France

Sylva Fertilis produces biochar at their new facility at Argentan in Normandy, France. The biochar fixes and sequesters CO2. It is sold retail under the Terra Fertilis brand, or wholesale to farmers, golf courses, wine producers and forestry operations.
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124 € / CORC

Removing carbon in the US corn belt

ARTi is located in the USA's Corn Belt, more specifically in Prairie City, Iowa, where it produces biochar from agricultural and woody wastes. ARTi's goal is to showcase pyrolysis as a sustainable means of creating value from residues while permanently removing carbon and enhancing soil health in re...
location_onUnited States
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25 € / CORC

LEKO - Wooden elements - Finland

LapWall manufactures about 400000m2 wooden elements annually. Our customers are construction companies. The LEKO®- element system enables very cost-effective element production in our factories, as well as fast and high-quality assembly at construction sites. Finnish coniferous forest trees are used...
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250 € / CORC

Reduce to the best, remove the rest!

NovoCarbo is a leading operator of pyrolysis plants and an international trading platform for biochar and its derivatives. We draw from a vast network of strong partnerships and collaboration with research institutions to push the frontiers in biochar applications. We leverage this breadth of knowle...
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150 € / CORC

Oplandske Bio. Biochar, Norway Ringsaker

Oplandske Bio is a Norwegian bioenergy company from the Opland and central region. They use PEFC wood chips sourced from a nearby forestry company to make high-quality biochar. The production facility recently attained the EBC sustainable biochar certification for animal feed and agriculture. The bi...
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150 € / CORC

Cascadic usage of biochar

Sequestering carbon through biochar should be cascadic. Biochar offers biological, physical, and biochemical properties, which can be used to accelerate, optimize or stabilize processes within various fields.  
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150 € / CORC

Biochar CORCs from Premier Forest, Wales.

Premier Forest Group is a leading UK timber group that is involved in the import, distribution, sawmilling and wholesale processing of timber and timber products. At their facility in Newport Wales, they use compressed wood waste to produce biochar.
location_onUnited Kingdom
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195 € / CORC

Glanris, USA. Rice hull biochar

Located in Olive Branch, Mississippi, USA Glanris manufactures a patented, sustainable, competitive water filtration media made from the world's most extensive agricultural waste product, rice hulls.
location_onUnited States
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150 € / CORC

Biochar CORCs from Transylvania

Explocom is a family-owned business that has been producing BBQ charcoal since 1992. The company is now transitioning from BBQ charcoal to biochar for soil amendment and construction materials. They use sustainably certified offcuts from sawmills as feedstock for biochar. The carbon financing from C...
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100 € / CORC

Douglas County Forest Products Biochar

Douglas County Forest Products is an independently owned sawmill located in the scenic Umpqua Valley, near Roseburg, Oregon, on the I-5 corridor. The company was established in 1941 and currently employs 160 people. Douglas County Forest Products annually produces 215 million board feet of kiln-drie...
location_onUnited States
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