Environmental, Social and Governance
Managing the capture, sequestration and reduction of atmospheric carbon
Sustainable production (resource circularity)
Traceability, authenticity and accountability in eucalyptus oil, biochar and wood vinegar production and quality control
Zero waste process
Equal employment and pay opportunities in our regional communities
Environmental enhancement and ecosystem renewal of degraded farmlands
We locate and identify land perfect for planting and the placement of oil mallee and other eucalypt seedlings. Closely watched by our team of experts, trees are grown and harvested with coppice regrowth generating a continuous and ongoing harvest cycle. Atmospheric carbon is captured within the tree and root system. Additional trunk growth from the regeneration of tree mass after coppicing increases carbon capture capacity for centuries to come.
What We Do
We plant mallee trees and other eucalypts which are native to Australia, making them perfectly suited and highly adapted for vigorous and healthy growth in the arid environment and high summer temperatures of the region.
Mature tree trunks are sheared at ground level. Coppicing is the regrowth from the lignotuber which increases biomass and carbon capture from each tree. A sustainable harvesting technique, coppicing regenerates ongoing, indefinite harvests and allows simpler/improved harvesting.
We use traditional steam distillation to extract oil from green oil mallee biomass to produce purer oil at a higher yield than compared to hydro distillation or solvent extraction techniques. Our oil is then simply packaged for sale.
Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition - or burning/charring - of mallee tree biomass at high temperatures in an inert and relatively anaerobic, or oxygen-free environment. Spent plant biomass - biomass left over from the steam distillation process to produce oil and biomass from the trunk and branches of mature trees - is pyrolysed to produce a range of products.
Fasera produces Australian Carbon Credit Units, or ACCU’s - financial instruments awarded to eligible carbon projects by the Australian Government Clean Energy Regulator- from our registered plantations. We sell ACCUs to companies seeking to offset the carbon emissions that they cannot reduce.
Whether you are an investor, a farmer or a wholesale purchaser, contact our team to learn how you can get involved or how we can partner to create a sustainable and valuable relationship.
Fasera's process for carbon capture/sequestration begins with the planting of oil mallee seedlings. The maturing trees are harvested after about five years and these trees coppice ensuring biomass regeneration and ongoing carbon capture within root systems and the regrowth. The process provides sustainable outcomes with increasing biomass and a continuous and unending harvest cycle for centuries. Our product range for wholesale and retail markets comprises eucalyptus oil, biochar, wood vinegar and carbon credits.
Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs) represent the avoidance or removal of 1 tonne of CO2 equivalent. They are a financial instrument, awarded to eligible carbon projects. We’re developing accreditation to also generate CO2 Reduction Certificates (CORCs) from our Biochar.
A highly adsorbent carbon substance produced by the pyrolysis of our mallee tree biomass. The biomass used is the trunk and branches as well as that left over from steam distillation to produce our eucalyptus oil.
A dark brown liquid produced by the destructive distillation of wood, smoke and other organic materials through pyrolysis. Possesses many agricultural and environmental applications.
We are proud to partner with a range of Australian and international brands, providing diverse solutions and supplying high-quality products.
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