Making charcoal at CAT


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CAT’s Biology department makes charcoal or ‘biochar’ from waste woodland products to experiment with its value as a soil additive. Made using a retort system, emits fewer greeenhouse gases than a traditional kiln, the resultant product is soaked in urine and added to the soil.

Charcoal, or biochar, made from waste materials from our woodland.


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Making charcoal using a retort.