The Leaders Myno Carbon Corp. Building Large-Scale
Carbon Removal Facilities

Carbon Removal, Sequestration, Renewable Electricity & Green Jobs

Myno’s carbon removal facilities produce biochar, generate renewable electricity, and create green jobs.

The Climate Problem

We believe the climate crisis is this generation’s greatest challenge and opportunity. We have less than a decade to transition our society to a cleaner, climate-resilient future and we must act now. At Myno, we see a climate problem and an opportunity in the way timber wood waste is managed. Currently, timber harvest slash piles are burned on-site, increasing wildfire risk and generating massive climate pollution. We envision a more sustainable future by removing and utilizing wood wastes from our forests as an impactful climate solution done at scale.

The Climate Solution

This is where Myno comes in. Our mission is clear. We must remove and sequester as much carbon as we can, as fast as we can, at capital-efficient scale. We do this by recycling wood waste from timber slash and industrial wood residuals and converting it into biochar and renewable electricity. Biochar sequesters carbon back into the soil for centuries, while also improving soil health and productivity. Biochar is an innovative climate solution and has multiple benefits for the climate, wildfire management, and creating green jobs in our rural communities.

Ten Myno Carbon Removal Facilities in Washington can:
  • Mitigate wildfire risk and remove 70 million metric tons of CO2e per year by utilizing timber and agricultural waste as biochar feedstocks.
  • Produce 4 million tons of biochar per year, which can be used to:
    • Increase crop yields
    • Improve drought resilience
    • Reduce the need for chemical fertilizers
    • Filter stormwater pollution to protect salmon and aquatic resources.
  • Generate 13,000 GWh per year of renewable power to the grid.
  • Create several thousand good-paying green jobs in rural communities across the state.

Building Carbon Removal Facilities to Mitigate the Climate Crisis.

Building Carbon Removal Facilities to Mitigate the Climate Crisis

Biochar at a Glance


Biochar is a stable, highly porous form of carbon. Biochar is produced by heating wood waste from timber slash and industrial wood residuals with limited oxygen. This process retains the highly porous cellular structure of the original biomass. When applied to soil, the resultant biochar is stable in the environment for centuries.

Biochar can be made from almost any “clean” organic waste stream, including forestry and agricultural waste products. Myno uses wood waste from post timber harvest slash and industrial wood residuals to produce the highest quality biochar.


Biochar sequesters carbon by transforming wood waste into a stable form of carbon that can endure in the soil for millennia while also providing other environmental benefits. When added to soil, biochar supports soil health by increasing water retention and drought resilience, improving crop yields, reducing the need for chemical fertilizers, and sequestering carbon in the soil. Biochar can also be used for water filtration, soil remediation, a catalyst for anaerobic digestion, and as a feed additive for livestock. The process of creating biochar also produces renewable electricity for the grid, which we will use to support electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Getting to Net-Zero

The magnitude of the world’s carbon problem and why we need to act now.