The WASTX Carbon technology efficiently converts biomass into high-quality biochar, providing a dual solution for waste management and soil enrichment to support a greener, carbon-neutral future.

The CO₂ Problem

Every year, biomass contributes to removing 40 billion metric tons of CO₂ from the atmosphere, acting as a natural carbon sink. However, the battle doesn’t end here – during the natural decomposition of biomass, the captured carbon is released back in the environment.

We can break free from this cycle in a scalable way with our WASTX Carbon!

We can break free from this cycle in a scalable way with our WASTX Carbon!

Biomass Pyrolysis
is the Solution

The WASTX Carbon technology uses a process known as pyrolysis to heat and carbonize a diverse range of biomasses in an oxygen-free environment. This method, an advantageous substitute for incineration, converts biomass into biochar and other valuable materials, effectively sequestering captured carbon and keeping it from re-entering the atmosphere.

wood chips

green waste

food waste


sewage sludge

WASTX Carbon crop

6-100 t/d Biomass input




BIOCHAR & more:
3 Revenue streams

The primary output is biochar – a charcoal variant that locks in the captured carbon from the biomass, preventing its release back into the atmosphere. Biochar has the capability to capture and store carbon for hundreds to thousands of years, significantly reducing CO2 emissions.


Highest quality biochar

according to EBC standards!


Trade Use: Up to 3T CO₂

certificates per 1T biochar



Use for:

  • process heat,
  • electricity or steam generation,
  • H2 adsorption

Process heat

Process heat

Use for:

  • drying,
  • electricity or steam generation,
  • trade

Pyrolysis oils

Pyrolysis oils

Conformity to EN 228/590 possible

  • Resembles HVO

1 WASTX Carbon =

Up to

t/d biomass

Up to

t/d biochar

Up to

t/d CO₂ reduction

Biochar isn't just a carbon superstar, it's also an environmental multitasker.

Carbon sequestration

Biochar prevents the release of CO₂ emission from biomass decompose and stores it long-term

Soil enrichment

Biochar promotes healthier and more productive soils by increasing nutrient absorption and retention

Water Filtering

When added to water, biochar enhances its purity by trapping and adsorbing contaminants