At the Saudi Biochar Research Group, we take pride in our commitment to innovative research and sustainability. Over the years, we’ve successfully undertaken and completed 16 groundbreaking projects that have left a lasting impact on arid lands, soil health, and environmental conservation.
From transforming organic waste into valuable Biochar solutions to pioneering climate change mitigation strategies, our projects stand as beacons of innovation and dedication. Each success story represents a step toward a greener, more sustainable future.
Explore our successful projects and discover how we’re making a difference, one project at a time.”
Monitoring and risk assessment of veterinary antibiotics residuals in manure, compost, and soil of livestock industry in Al-Kharj, Saudi Arabia
Evolution and monitoring the pollution around Al. Amar gold mine
The impacts of aquaculture wastewater irrigation on soil properties, and quality of date palm fruits
Baseline Evaluation the pollution around lamar gold mine
Pyrolysis of Conocarpus wastes as a mitigation technology for climate change and activated carbon production
Evaluation the pesticide residual in soils around palm trees in Alkharj farms
Laundry wastewater and its evolution for reuse in landscaping agriculture
Evaluation of the pollution in the second industrial city in Al-Riyadh
Soil Survey and classification and monitoring of pesticide residues and heavy metals in soil and water for AL-Qassim region
Evaluation of pollution on agricultural lands around the kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Greywater evaluation and reuse in Mosques
Evaluating the pollution around Mahd. Al.dhab city in Saudi Arabia
Reusing greywater in household
The effect of using clay deposits on the Water conservation in agriculture
Monitoring of persistent organic pollutants levels in soil of the Central and Eastern provinces in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Study of Wadi Hanifa Environment
Some Success Stories
Date palm biochar showed reduced metal concentration in plants and increased wheat growth by more than 70%
Applying olive mill waste derived biochar increased the Ammonium Acetate (NH4OAc)-extractable K by 9- fold
Jujube leaf biochar resulted in a 150% increase in shoot length, while dry biomass was increased by 250% .
Date palm leaflets biochar increased lettuce growth 51%, and dry biomass by 114%
Date palm biochar modified with silica and enriched with nutrients resulted in 38%, 69%, and 59% increase in P, NO3− and NH4+ availability, respectively .
Date palm-derived Biochar was enriched with P increased maize growth by 2-3 fold in contaminated mining area soil