Re: [biochar] Biochar opportunities in wastewater management

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Apr 29, 2018, 7:02:32 AM4/29/18
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Hi Trevor,

Yes I would hope that New Zealand would be very interested in companies like Coaltec for there animal manure feedstocks, and B ioforcetec for their human manure, waste treatment plants.



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Date: 4/25/18 10:54 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [biochar] Biochar opportunities in wastewater management

 

Below is a link to a new document from WaterNZ: Good Practice Guide to Waste Stabilisation Ponds: Design and Operation...
https://www.waternz.org.nz/Attachment?Action=Download&Attachment_id=3122

...this is probably a bit of a long read for most but I'm hoping there may be wastewater engineers out there who also understand biochar and its many potential pathways in and around the wastewater management.

I'd like to engage with WaterNZ in the future to educate them on the biochar and get interest in establishing trials / R&D. This interest also overlaps into the 1000s of dairy effluent ponds in NZ that are relatively primitive. Their best practice designs may meet containment and pollution design regulations but they are wide open to innovation and new thinking around small-scale methane recovery and other biochar integration opportunities.
Trevor
AllBlackEarth
http://soilcarbon.org.nz/


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