Carbonscape is seeking specific new investment capital to further certain areas in the technologies development. The areas to be targeted are:
- Upgrade in instrumentation
- Ironing out current issues
- Creating commercial scale prototype for testing
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Carbonscape technology has been utilised to produce the following products:
- Activated charcoal
- Sequestered charcoal & biochar
- Bio-oils & fine chemicals
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Downloadable press releases and articles about the company and development of our technology.
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18th February 2013
New Zealand Herald Business
Clean-tech firm lands NZ Steel contract.
The signing of a green coke supply agreement with New Zealand Steel is the validation Marlborough-based clean-tech company CarbonScape has been looking for.
Next year’s trial shipment of the new energy source will help New Zealand Steel reduce carbon emissions at its steel-making operation in Glenbrook.
CarbonScape, using proprietary microwave technology, converts biomass such as forestry waste into carbon products, including activated carbon, graphite and green coke. The Blenheim company is in the process of securing investment to enable expansion to commercial production.
Utilising patented microwave technology, Carbonscape has developed a means to convert cheap waste biomass into valuable finished products in a cheaper and more efficient fashion than traditional methods.
- Input stream
- Microwave Technology
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