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Durability refers to the time the carbon is locked away and not returned to the atmosphere as CO2. CO2 Removal Certificate (CORCs) are classified into two durability categories: CORC 100+ for methods that secure CO2 for at least 100 years and CORC 1,000+ for methods that secure CO 2 for over 1,000 years.

202

Available Projects

39

Countries Represented

765,666

Tonnes of CO2 removed

Restoration Fuels

Restoration Fuels

Biochar (C03000000)

CORCs in stock

CORCs in stock are the issued CORCs available for spot purchase. It does not include CORCs that may be reserved and available for purchase via sales channel partners.

375

Price per tonne

200.0 USD

Durability

CORC 100+

Operational
Restoration Fuels is a commercial scale thermal treatment facility in John Day, Oregon. The facility uses small-diameter thinnings and low-value residual wood from restoration treatments on National Forests to produce advanced carbon removals with biochar. The biochar produced at Restoration Fuels is used in agricultural, nursery and other applications, including in ecological restoration projects such as abandoned mineland restoration. In these projects, the biochar increases the organic matter in the restored soils enhancing the water holding capacity, reducing erosion and encouraging revegetation. The carbon credit revenues enable Restoration Fuels to integrate its procurement activities to support increased forest restoration work and hazardous fuels reduction.

Location

United States

Jeffries Group

Jeffries Group

Biochar (C03000000)

CORCs in stock

CORCs in stock are the issued CORCs available for spot purchase. It does not include CORCs that may be reserved and available for purchase via sales channel partners.

0

Price per tonne

150.0 EUR

Durability

CORC 100+

Operational
Jeffries Biochar Operations In 2021, we commissioned one of the largest biochar plants in Southern Hemisphere. Fuelled by recycled woody green organics, this plant not only creates high quality biochar but generates enough energy from the syngas to power our state-of-the-art ROSS compost and mulch screening plant. Our biochar plant is designed to run 24x6 and is designed to produce around 1500 dry tons of Biochar and about 230 MWh of power a year, while meeting stringent emissions requirements set by local regulatory authorities. Jeffries – Background At Jeffries we have had our hands in South Australian soil for generations, growing strong since 1842. Driven by wholesome family values and innovation, we have developed world-leading organic recycling technologies and collection partnerships. We compost over 150,000tn of organic material every year through our facilities in Northern Adelaide. A distinctive element of our organisation is the ability to be part of a strong circular economy. Our products are made from composted material that return carbon and nutrients to the soil to grow produce and plants that have waste products which become compost when returned to us. Essentially, your food scraps can help to grow your food. Our processes and technologies are unique to us, not only in Australia, but worldwide. Combining our passion and process, the team at Jeffries deliver premium compost, soil, mulch, biochar and organic fertilisers for farmers, viticulturists, landscapers and home gardeners. Together, we are securing the future of healthy soil for generations to come.

Location

Australia

Certified

Name Methodology Active CORCs Price per tonne Facility type Certification status Location Durability
Restoration Fuels Biochar (C03000000)
375
200.0 USD
Operational
United States CORC 100+
Jeffries Group Biochar (C03000000)
0
150.0 EUR
Operational
Certified Australia CORC 100+

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Understanding CORCs (CO2 Removal Certificates)

A CORC is a CO2 Removal Certificate, a first of its kind carbon credit that represent one tonne of verified and removed carbon.

  • CORCs in stock:The issued CORCs available for spot purchase. It does not include CORCs that may be reserved and available for purchase via sales channel partners.
  • Available for reservation:The number of future CORCs available for reservation with advance market commitments based on the facility’s forecasting data.

Facility types:

  • Operational:The facility is operating as a carbon removal facility. CORCs have already been issued and are available on the spot market or the facility will undergo its first audit in the upcoming months.
  • Future Facilities:The facility is in the development phase and is actively seeking commitments from potential buyers to purchase future CORCs.

Certification:

  • Certified:Facility has passed the first third-party audit to verify the net volume of removed carbon which has been issued into CORCs.

How do I buy CORCs?

Navigate the Puro.earth supplier listing using filters such as facility type, region, and durability to find the most suitable facility for your portfolio or purchasing needs.

  • Purchase via sales channel partners:Utilize the sales channel partners highlighted on the facility's listing page. These partners manage the transaction process on your behalf. Find the full list of sales channel partners here.
  • Direct Purchase:Click on the ‘request info from supplier’ button on the facility listing page to get in touch with the supplier directly. If you prefer to buy directly, signing a Platform Agreement with Puro.earth is required. This process involves opening a Puro Registry account, providing you with autonomy over your portfolio management, and control over contracting and timelines.

Contract types:

  • Purchase agreements:Used for spot market transactions for ex-post-issued CORCs
  • Pre-Purchase Agreements:Used for securing CORCs from certified facilities for future CORC issuances
  • Advance Market Commitments:Used for securing future CORCs from future facilities

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