Bioproducts are manmande materials from natural waste in a controlled process called pyrolysis. Some example bioproducts include fuels, chemicals, gas, solid carbon. Instead of being reliant on our world’s finite supply of nonrenewable resources, plant material and municipal and livestock waste are turned into electricity, fuels, plastics and other usable materials. These bioproducts can be used in a variety of different industries and systems.
Biochar is one of the most useful materials that is created through the green waste recycling process. This process offsets carbon emissions away from traditional landfills as well as potentially being an expedient for the natural absorption and filtration process when used as a soil amendment.