Pioneering Agricultural & Environmental Restoration through Biochar Integration
Investment + Job Creation Opportunity


Agtech Carbon is transforming agricultural and environmental sustainability through patented, innovative biochar solutions and integrations.


Our mission starts with an ultra-effective rejuvenation of the state of Florida, with the intent to create a compelling investment opportunity that drives sustainable change nationwide, fueling job creation in the process.

The Problem

Clearing Forests for Increased Food Growth Need to Increase Yield on Current Land
Divert Waste from Landfills to Higher Purpose Reuse
GHG Pollution & Other Remediation Of Environmental Contamination
Climate Change, Water/Land Damage
Fragmented Marketplace & Standards
Our Solution
Biochar & Patented Kilns

Biochar is produced by pyrolysis of biomass yielding a stable, porous material that is nearly pure carbon. Pyrolysis is the thermo-chemical conversion process used to produce biochar and contributes to biochar’s ability to persist in soils with very little biological decay.

Biochar is a highly adsorbent, specially-produced charcoal originally used as a soil amendment.

Like charcoal, biochar is produced using the ancient practice of heating wood or other plant material (biomass) with little to no oxygen. However, biochar is made under specific conditions with the intent to be applied to soil as a means to increase soil fertility and agricultural yields and sequester carbon to reverse global warming.

Biochar is thought to be the key component in a carbon-negative strategy to resolve several critical current ecological challenges.

Additionally, every one ton of carbon produced in our patented system creates 2.9 tons of insured Carbon Dioxide Removal Credits that are tradeable in the carbon marketplace.

Patented vacuum kiln technology integrates a clean and controlled carbonization process that converts waste biomass into high-quality biochar.
17 Patents
600lbs Biochar per Load
40K+ Data Points per Second
Our Products

When the biochar conversion process is finished, the raw biochar pieces are sized at a crushing and screening workstation. The output produces four sizes – Chip, Medium, Small and Powder. Each size has its own uses as seen in the table below.
Premium Quality Biochar: After sizing, the biochar is packaged in either one cubic foot plastic bags or one cubic yard super sacks (FYI there are 27 cubic feet in one cubic yard).
Key Areas of Commercial Focus

Our partner, Biochar Now (BN), is a pioneer in the biochar industry with strong engineering, manufacturing, sales and administrative personnel focused on making and selling quality biochar on a very large scale.
Agriculture + Forestry
Specialty Agriculture Clients report yield increase of 100% or more with only 2% of BN biochar in the root zone. Research confirms biochar-enriched soils grow larger, healthier plants with greater yields, particularly in degraded or highly-weathered soils. In fact, Biochar Now users typically report their costs of biochar are paid off during the first year by increased yield revenues. Increases in soil fertility are attributable to biochar’s unique properties of adsorption and stability.
Water Treatment
Due to its adsorptive properties, carbon has been used for centuries for filtration and odor control. Therefore, it makes plain sense that carbon-rich biochar with its porous structure adsorbs and holds gases, odors, organic nutrients, and environmental contaminants. These properties make biochar a welcome and beneficial companion to composts, manures, landfills, stinky bodies of water and more.
Reclamation / Recycling
Biochar offers an extremely cost-effective solution to bind toxins and prevent their leaching into surface and ground water. And, as a bonus, the once sterile soil can now support plant growth. By sequestering the heavy metals in the soil surrounding abandoned mines, biochar prevents these contaminants from leaching into local water supplies. Secondarily, biochar quickly facilitates the reestablishment of vegetation on this typically sterile ground with improved soil fertility and reduced erosion. Moreover, biochar can accomplish mine reclamation quickly and at a mere fraction of the cost of removing tailings to hazardous waste landfills.
Carbon Credits
Biochar Now’s technology creates carbon credits as it produces its product. As ESG and carbon sequestration become increasingly important for companies to monitor and manage, cost is a major factor in adoption of effective solutions. BN has ongoing relationships with trading platforms in the US and Europe, and due to the quality of its carbon, is uniquely positioned to offer one of the most effective solution for industries and their environmental challenges. Many of the largest companies in the world have reached out to BN to discuss how to go about adopting our carbon as part of their carbon reduction strategy. For every ton of carbon we produce, we believe we qualify for 2.9 tons of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Removal Credits (CORCs). BN anticipates monetizing these opportunities in 2023 and has already entered into $90 million of guaranteed offtake contracts.
Carbon Applications
Restoration, Agriculture & Beyond

Nutrient-dense Soil Additive
Carbon-neutral & Growth Positive feed pellets
Conversion of Unrecyclable Plastics
Water and Ocean Filtration
Efficient Silica Production
Other Commercial Applications & Uses

Biochar will become a ubiquitous commodity used in agriculture, materials and a myriad other applications – driven by its broad utility, plentiful supply and low cost – and a negative carbon footprint.

Biochar has proven to improve the quality of construction materials such as concrete or asphalt. It is used as a fodder additive for animal health as for cleansing air and water, it helps regulate humidity, absorbs toxins and fosters beneficial microbial life. It can and should be locally sourced from residual material, limiting transportation costs and emissions and replaces scarce resources while improving the quality of end products.

The first mover to scale will become the low-cost producer and be well positioned for rapid growth at profitable margins.

There are only two main ways to drive the cost of biocarbon down: scale production and lower feedstock cost.

Located at key gateways with access to millions of acres and tons of working wood biomass and proximate to highway, rail and port transportation, Biochar Now is strategically positioned and partnered for unparalleled efficiency and growth.

Unique Tradeable Carbon Credit Opportunity

• Biochar Now’s production technology creates carbon credits as it produces its product. We have ongoing relationships with trading platforms in the US and Europe to determine the value of the carbon credits we produce.

• As ESG and carbon sequestration become increasingly important for companies to monitor and manage, cost is a major factor in adoption of effective solutions. BN is in a unique position to offer the most effective solution for industries and their environmental challenges. With the US rejoining the Paris Climate Accord, carbon credit liquidity will be greatly enhanced. Many of the largest polluters in the world have reached out to BN to discuss how to go about adopting our carbon as part of their carbon reduction strategy.

• For every ton of carbon we produce, we believe we qualify for 2.9 tons of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Removal Credits (CORCs).

• We produce high quality CORC credits which we believe can be priced at a premium to the current market prices.

• BN anticipates monetizing these opportunities in 2023 and has already entered into $90 million of guaranteed offtake contracts.

What is a Carbon Credit?
A carbon credit represents the avoidance or removal of one ton of CO2. Every ton of CO2 that is avoided or captured by a project carries a unique serial number which is recorded into a publicly accessible and independently operated registry. As a result, every credit can be tracked from its origin to the end user. These credits can then be traded among governments and businesses and are an effective way to achieve carbon neutrality for those emissions that cannot be avoided.
Helping Florida
Integration Cases

Our tech is here to help the panhandle and the state of Florida.
* Installation necessitating 13 semis of biochar in Scottsmoor resulting in a clean field and the water channel diverted through the filter.
* Installation near Cape Canaveral that was originally causing algea blooms. Water is routed through to remove nitrates and phosphates.
The Process
Ultra-Effective Sourcing & Processing

Hurricane Debris, Tree Waste, Plastic Waste Materials are Sourced
Propane & Solar Powered Patentented Kiln Burns at 1,400º
Preparation for Agriculture and Environmental Use
Integration for Restoration, Growth, and Reuse
Economic & Social Impact
Creating Jobs, Cleanup, & Carbon Credits

Reviving farms + Bamboo Cultivation
Reinvigorating citrus farms with bamboo offers both ecological rejuvenation and sustainable economic growth. Agtech Carbon's land initiative promises environmental restoration and a thriving bamboo industry.
Empowering Inner-City Youth
Inner-city youth can gain empowerment and entrepreneurship opportunities by using and selling products made from innovative biochar boards.
Jobs, Cleanup, + Carbon Credits
Cultivating bamboo creates a dual benefit: cleaner air and a new source of carbon credits. Agtech Carbon's initiatives drive job creation, economic empowerment, and effective debris cleanup, fostering sustainable local economies while restoring the environment.
Pilot Project
Cleanup of 5,000mi² in the Florida Panhandle

Agtech Carbon's pilot project is set to tackle a pressing issue in the Florida Panhandle, where 5,000 square miles of land remain covered in hurricane debris. Through our innovative approach, we're not only cleaning up the aftermath but also producing biochar from the debris. This biochar will be a key tool in ocean cleanup efforts, combating and preventing sickness stemming from harmful algae blooms that have been plaguing Florida's waters.
Past Projects
Notable Customers Include

AECOM, AMEC Foster Wheeler, A. M. Leonard, American Peat Technology, Aqua Sierra, Bartlett Tree, Biological Tree Services, BNSF Railway, Boulder County Parks, Build A Soil, CBDrx, Chicago Botanic Garden, City of Denver, City of Aurora, City of Northglenn, Colonial Hemp, Davey Tree, Denver Botanic Gardens, DuPont, EcoSense International, Functional Remedies, Garden Prairie Organics, Growlife, Innovative Organics, Jacobs Engineering, Key to Life, LakeSavers, Lallemand, Living Elements, Nature's Alternative Farms, North Dakota Forest Service, Redbud Soil Company, Schumacher Companies, SOLitude Lake Management, Summit Environmental, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, USDA, Wastefarmers, Way to Grow
Our Team
Leadership Behind the Vision

Tony Uccello
Founder + CEO
With over 13 years in the securities industry, Mr. Uccello has held instrumental roles in several renowned companies, including Paine Webber and Morgan Stanley. His extensive background in finance, commercial real estate development, and taking products to market adds a distinctive advantage to Agtech Carbon's profitability.
Joseph Dunhill
Chief Investment Officer
Mr. Dunhill's experience in Activity-Based Costing and Break-Even Analysis, coupled with his tenure at Charles Schwab, Dean Witter Morgan Stanley, and RAS Securities LLC, equips him to value public and private companies with extreme expertise. His background also extends to portfolio management and valuation for investors and he is responsible for quantifying and monitoring the value of company operations at Agtech Carbon.
Alex Gimelstein
Industry Expert
Mr. Gimelstein's entrepreneurial journey began with Zelick's Tobacco Corp. and expanded into the cigar and tobacco industry. He went on to found publicly traded tobacco companies in the '80s and '90s and ventured into manufacturing cigars with well-known brands like Upmann, Havana Republic, Romeo and Juliet, and Golden Beach. His portfolio includes ownership in restaurant chains and businesses related to natural herbs, demonstrating his versatility and business acumen that provides foundational support for Agtech Carbon.
Phillip Rucks
Bamboo Genetics Partner
With over 30 years in the citrus industry, Mr. Rucks is renowned for advancing nursery practices and standards. His contributions include the protection of citrus trees through cutting-edge laboratory practices and a tissue culture lab. Phillip Rucks Citrus Nursery, under his leadership, has grown into the largest screened commercial citrus nursery in the United States. His involvement with Agtech Carbon provides unique industry insights and opportunities.
James Gaspard
Founder + CEO, Biochar Now
As the Founder and CEO of Biochar Now, Mr. Gaspard leverages his diverse career in managing companies of various sizes, imparting a unique perspective on company life cycles. Holding a JD/MBA with honors from the University of Texas, his experience and education make him a distinguished leader in the biochar industry, equipping Agtech Carbon with extensive expertise and patented technology.
Business Model - Revenue Streams

Biochar Now’s biochar products typically sold at ~$1/lb
Soil and Water Remediation
Our product has significant benefit to water, oil & gas, and other land and water remediation projects across the globe. We will sell to industry, agriculture, waste, tribe, oil & gas, and other industries looking for clean tech solutions for remediation and cleanup.
Our product has significant value for farmers and other agricultural producers and landowners who produce traditional and specialty crop products. With regenerative farming and sustainability practices on the rise, we expect significant market for our biochar.
Carbon Credits
For every ton of carbon we produce, we believe we qualify for 2.9 tons of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent Removal Credits (CORCs). We expect to sell these credits into the market and project these credits will generate an additional 15% on top of our base revenue from product sales.
Animal Supplements / Consumer Applications
We will sell our product as an additive in the animal feed market and into other consumer markets that use recycled or upcycled materials.
The Ask

We are seeking a total investment of $50 million, primarily directed towards acquiring the necessary heavy equipment. This crucial funding will enable us to efficiently execute our innovative initiatives, including debris cleanup and biochar production, driving significant environmental and economic impact in the state of Florida.
Financial Summary

Projected Revenue
Revenue for Every $5M Dollars Deployed

Year 1 Gross
$5,396,710Capital Cashflow
Year 2 Gross
$75,446,620Capital Cashflow
Year 3 Gross
$114,071,780Capital Cashflow
Year 4 Gross
$155,587,690Capital Cashflow
Use of Funds

  • Kilns
  • Pickers (machinery)
  • Grinders
  • Conveyors
  • Transporters
  • Packaging

  • 0%
    Site Development
  • Admin and Crew Trailers
  • Electrical Service
  • Natural Gas Service
  • Road Base
  • Grading and Drainage
  • Signage
  • Site Engineering
  • 0%
  • Operations
  • Legal
  • Accounting
  • Filing Fees
  • Marketing
  • Operations and Fulfillment
  • Added payroll (consultants)
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    The biochar produced by BN has numerous applications including, but not limited to soil and water remediation retention, animal healthcare supplements, agricultural plant growth enhancement, strengthening and light weighting of plastics as well as a variety of uses in residential and commercial building products including use as a cement and asphalt additive Due to BN's ability to maintain consistent conditions in its pyrolysis kilns, the company can ensure consistency of product, production scalability, high quality and price competitiveness in a global market

    This summary contains forward-looking statements and information relating to AgTech Carbon, LLC (the "Company" or "ATC") that are based on the beliefs and assumptions made by the company's management. When used in this document, the words "anticipate", "believe", "estimate", and "expect" and similar expressions, are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such statements reflect the current views of the Company with respect to future events and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as anticipated, believed, estimated or expected. The Company does not intend to update these forward-looking statements. No assurance can be given that the Company's actual performance will come close to such forward-looking statements or that the Company will ultimately be profitable.


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