CORC Supplier Listing

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

30 carbon removal suppliers available

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...
location_onRomania
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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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100 € / CORC

Biochar from Nutshell and Wood Waste

Pyrocal produces quality biochar from nutshells and pine wood waste. As a result, carbon is sequestered from waste streams that would otherwise contribute to CO2 emissions. The biochar is sold as a soil amendment and a stockfeed additive.
location_onAustralia
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140 € / CORC

Biochar - Australia

Biochar production from woody green organic wastes. 1500 dry tons p.a. capacity. 230 MWh power production p.a. from syngas, mostly for captive consumption.
location_onAustralia
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27 € / CORC

Bio-based Construction CORCs from Austria

NORITEC Holzindustrie GmbH is a subsidiary of the HASSLACHER group, one of Europe's leading timber groups. Stall im Mölltal is one of several facilities that produce Cross Laminated Timber in the HASSLACHER group.
location_onAustria
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IGLOO

Igloo France Cellulose manufactures an insulation material made of waste papers (90%). One ton of this biobased carbon net-negative cellulose fiber insulation (CFI) stores 1,04 tons of CO2eq for at least 50 years. This insulation is suitable for both new and refurbished buildings. Over 18 months, up...
location_onFrance
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20 € / CORC

Innovative timber construction elements - Norway

TEWOs patented technology is an innovation in the timber construction industry. Locally sourced, PEFC-certified timber is used to make pre-fabricated, insulated wall elements. The products eliminate waste and radically reduce building time which makes them highly competitive and more sustainable tha...
location_onNorway
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20 € / CORC

Net-negative insulation material - Finland

Ekovilla offers carbon net-negative cellulose fibre insulation (CFI) made from renewable natural resources. One tonne removes 1,11 tonnes of CO2 eq. from the atmosphere into long-term storage in the product. Once installed, CO2 is stored in durable building structures for a minimum of 50 years. It i...
location_onFinland
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26 € / CORC

Timber CORCs. ONLINE PURCHASE AVAILABLE

Are Treindustrier produces bio-based construction materials from sustainably managed local forests. The CO2 sequestered by the tree is stored for 50 to 100 years or more, creating a CO2 removal beyond the peak of global emissions. Their process is highly efficient, ensuring the removal of 532 kg CO2...
location_onNorway
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175 € / CORC

Mitigating climate change 1 ton at the time

Oregon Biochar is a producer located in White City, OR, USA that transforms woody wastes, including forest fire burnt wood and forest fire fuel, into superior biochar products. Based on the O/C and H/C molar ratios, the fixed carbon sequestered in this biochar has a half-life of over 1000 years.
location_onUnited States
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