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Our World, Regenerated

WASTE TO ENERGY

ANYWHERE, ANYTIME

ANYWHERE ANYTIME

Locoal is a renewable energy technology company converting biowaste into clean energy and carbon capture co-products.

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In the Media

LATEST PRESS

Building a Circular Economy: A Texas startup turns old wood into new energy in effort to fight climate change.

Linear Economic Waste

GLOBAL PROBLEM

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, in 2018 alone, Landfills received over 12 million tons of wood waste. This waste emits greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere while leaching toxins into soil and water.

12M

TONS

12M

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Gasification Technology

LOCOAL SOLUTION

Rainmaker diverts agricultural and commercial wood waste, like old pallets, from landfills. Then, converts them into zero-emission energy and carbon capture co-products.

PER HOUR, RAINMAKER DIVERTS 300 LB WOOD WASTE, POWERS 50 HOMES, AND REGENERATES 25 SQ FT OF TOP SOIL.

Circular Economic Value

CARBON CAPTURE CO-PRODUCTS

WATTLE SOCKS

Locoal® Waddle Socks implement biochar in a soil erosion and toxin remediation solution to limit petrochemicals and fertilizers from entering our waterways.

LIVING SOIL

Locoal® Living soil is a premium water-only growing medium designed to maximize your grow while simplifying the inputs.

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BEFORE LOCOALTHERE WAS PETEY

ABOUT US

In 2014 our vigilante sustainability minded founder Petey established Locoal Charcoal Company after he purchased his new homestead. A neglected property just out side of Austin on eight old growth acres on the Lower Colorado River. The previous owners were both researchers and held PhDs in Anthropology. Dr Judy Josserand and her husband chose the property because Native Americans had employed the land to run their cattle across the river and into the plains every spring.

Perched at the top of the riverbed sat an old-growth pecan tree, estimated to be 200 years old. It was under this tree where Dr Josserand deciphered the Mayan and Olmec hieroglyphs. Under this tree is a special place. Under this tree dreams have been created, visualized, and completed. It was under this tree where Petey too began chasing his dreams....  More