What we do
We are the NEXT step in the EVO lution of transforming agricultural waste into natural raw materials for use in value-added applications. We are committed to doing our part for the environment, and we are strategically based in three locations, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand. We make sustainability scalable through our access to plantations and by working with small-scale farmers in Indonesia and Thailand. Underlying all our efforts is a Zero Waste philosophy. Through the collection of agricultural byproducts from plantations and farmers, waste is processed into useful, environmentally-friendly raw materials. By doing this, we are promoting a circular economy and helping farmers dispose of massive amounts of waste, while giving them an opportunity to supplement their incomes.
Why we do
Indonesia is the world's top coconut producer, at 18.5 million tonnes a year. Meanwhile, Thailand is the world’s fourth largest pineapple producer at 2.1 million tonnes a year, and is also the world’s top producer of smooth cayenne, a type of pineapple with extra-smooth leaves. Currently, the products we offer are made using coconut husks from Indonesia and pineapple leaves from Thailand. We intend to continue to source from other parts of the Indonesia and Thailand as well as the Philippines. Scalability of raw materials is our major strength. Through partnerships with some of the world's biggest coconut and canned pineapple producers, we have access to a consistent supply of millions of coconuts husks and pineapple leaves per day.
How we do
Our aims are: To convert agricultural byproducts and residues (such as coconut husk and pineapple leaf) for agriculture, bio-based textiles, innovative materials for interiors, furnishing, and other useful applications To collaborate with companies and organizations who work with farmers, in order to secure a scalable supply of agricultural residues To work based on our three principle pillars of: ○ Economic Growth & Profitability: to demonstrate, through example, that business and sustainability can go hand-in-hand ○ Environmentalism: to prevent harmful husk-disposal by burning or clogging up water systems. ○ Social Responsibility: to supplement the income of small-scale farmers by purchasing their agricultural residues such as pineapple leaves.