American BioCarbon’s Innovative Approach to Biochar & Pellet Production

American BioCarbon uses patented equipment and a proprietary process to transform bagasse, a byproduct of sugar cane processing, into biochar and pellets. Traditionally discarded or burned, bagasse contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and land management issues. By productively using waste, we not only address environmental challenges, but also enhance the efficiency of sugar mills and create beneficial products used in a wide range of industrial and consumer applications.

Our Demonstration Facility in White Castle, Louisiana: Proven Technology and Verified Quality

Our cutting-edge patented Biomass Separation Unit (BSU) is the catalyst behind our success. It meticulously separates and reclaims leafy material from harvested cane before it even enters the mill. The BSU not only provides us with valuable fiber material, but also significantly enhances sugar mill operations, reducing costs, and boosting revenues for sugar mills, farmers, and landowners alike not only in the US, but across the globe. Located strategically near several major international shipping ports, we are perfectly positioned for overseas product sales.

Expanding Opportunities: Our Future Facilities

We’ve only just begun. American BioCarbon is currently in the process of constructing one of the USA’s largest industrial biochar and pellet plants, set to go live in 2026. It’s designed to self-generate power and is on track to become one of the largest carbon removal projects in the USA.

Beyond our demonstration facility and our new facility currently under construction, we have a clear vision of expansion while capitalizing on the abundance of bagasse. We’re gearing up for at least three more facilities in the short term, set to produce an impressive 600,000 tons of pellets and 300,000 tons of biochar annually.