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US Agriculture emits  6677 million metric tons  of carbon-dioxide which equals annual emission of 316 million homes or 450 million cars. A key contributor is waste generated from agriculture and forest management. Agricultural and forest wastes are sent to landfill or incinerated, creating environmental and health problems and contributing to significant GHG emissions

ATOM Solutions

Cover crops

Cover crops are close-growing plants that provide soil protection and soil improvement between periods of normal crop production. Zasti using advanced AI algorithms to identify the optimum cover crop based on farmers requirements. For example, our algorithms suggest legume cover crops, such as hairy vetch, can supply most of the N required for maximum corn yields

Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers (EEF)

Enhanced efficiency fertilizers (EEFs) are forms of fertilizer, including nitrogen fertilizers, designed to reduce nutrient losses to the environment and increase nutrient availability to crops. These fertilizers can either slow the release of nutrients for uptake or alter the conversion of nutrients to other forms that may be less susceptible to losses. Zasti has been partnering with academic institutions for formulating nitrogen based slow-release fertilizers.

Low-till or no-till

One of the biggest contributors to land degradation is the simple process of plowing fields. Plowing’s essential purpose is to bury crop residue, manure and weeds, while aerating and warming the soil. This method of agriculture has been practiced for thousands of years, and many farmers know no other way. But over time, the tilled soil will become ruined, infertile. To prevent this, Zasti helps famers’ with no-till agriculture process. Zasti technology helps farmers’ understand the cost benefit and also provides an ROI for such practices.

Nutrient Management

For efficient agriculture, greater understanding is needed of how dynamic factors such as weather and crop management strategies control soil nutrient cycling. Zasti uses proprietary Machine Learning (MI) modelers to draw new insights into the relationships between soil properties, nutrient and water cycling

Soil Amendments

Zasti’s has a proprietary technology that help generate biochar from organic wastes. Its then upcycled and used as soil amendment. Biochar holds water like a sponge, where plant roots can access it when they need it. This is especially helpful during periods of hot, dry soil conditions. Biochar also helps conserve plant nutrients by storing them and making them readily available when plants need them

Soil Amendments using

Zasti’s AI powered green technology upcycles organic wastes into biochar and creating optimum condition for biofuel harvesting. Biochar is made by heating biomass in the absence of oxygen. Biochar is a high-carbon, fine-grained residue that today is produced through modern pyrolysis processes. Producing Biochar, a carbon rich material, from organic waste is the ultimate sustainable solution for waste management: it sequesters CO2, reintroduces important elements in the environment, substitutes highly polluting materials, and gives all of us the opportunity to create a stronger circular economy.
The ATOM biochar process is divided into 2 steps: BioDrying and Pyrolysis. Biodrying is an optional process used to dry the waste. The Pyrolysis machine has been designed to achieve the maximum production of gaseous material. The gas is immediately burnt in a special flameless reactor. Burning the produced syngas without flame allows a lower combustion temperature, resulting in lower NOx emissions. Thanks to this special technology, the Pyrolysis system has been approved by EPA as a non-incineration process.


  • AI powered fully automates system
  • Additional revenue opportunity (carbon credits, biochar, biofuel)
  • Reduces 30% of GHG gases
  • Organic soil amendment
  • 90% reduction in volume and trucking needs
  • Upto 100% less energy consumption
  • Low O&M

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