WASTE NUTRIENTS RECOVERY

A third of the world’s food is wasted, yet 821 million people are undernourished. In Singapore alone, we generated 744,000 tonnes of food waste in 2019, an estimated value of about 321 million dollars. While it is imperative to solve the logistical and distribution challenges faced in our food systems to solve food waste, drastic change in industry behaviour and consumer preferences is predicted to be difficult to enact in the short term. While those solutions are being built and fleshed out in thought and execution, we provide a way to resolve this for the immediate here and now.

We marry microbiology that are adept at waste digestion and building nutrients to cultivate them for use in our bio-based fertilisers

BIO-BASED FERTILISERS

Through our microbiology, we have innovated ways to use organic waste, both plant and non-plant in nature, and convert them into inputs for a greener and better food system.

RECAPTURED AND RECYCLE

The inherent energy, nutrients and resources used to grow them can be recaptured in part, and be used as inputs for the next cycle of growing. This saves and renews resources that would have been otherwise simply discarded.

WASTE NUTRIENTS RECOVERY

A third of the world’s food is wasted, yet 821 million people are undernourished. In Singapore alone, we generated 744,000 tonnes of food waste in 2019, an estimated value of about 321 million dollars. While it is imperative to solve the logistical and distribution challenges faced in our food systems to solve food waste, drastic change in industry behaviour and consumer preferences is predicted to be difficult to enact in the short term. While those solutions are being built and fleshed out in thought and execution, we provide a way to resolve this for the immediate here and now.

We marry microbiology that are adept at waste digestion and building nutrients to cultivate them for use in our bio-based fertilisers

BIO-BASED FERTILISERS

Through our microbiology, we have innovated ways to use organic waste, both plant and non-plant in nature, and convert them into inputs for a greener and better food system.

RECAPTURED
AND RECYCLE

The inherent energy, nutrients and resources used to grow them can be recaptured in part, and be used as inputs for the next cycle of growing. This saves and renews resources that would have been otherwise simply discarded.

A third of the world’s food is wasted, yet 821 million people are undernourished. In Singapore alone, we generated 744,000 tonnes of food waste in 2019, an estimated value of about 321 million dollars. While it is imperative to solve the logistical and distribution challenges faced in our food systems to solve food waste, drastic change in industry behaviour and consumer preferences is predicted to be difficult to enact in the short term. While those solutions are being built and fleshed out in thought and execution, we provide a way to resolve this for the immediate here and now.

WASTE NUTRIENTS RECOVERY

BIO-BASED FERTILISERS

Through our microbiology, we have innovated ways to use organic waste, both plant and non-plant in nature, and convert them into inputs for a greener and better food system.

We marry microbiology that are adept at waste digestion and building nutrients to cultivate them for use in our bio-based fertilisers

RECAPTURED
AND RECYCLE

The inherent energy, nutrients and resources used to grow them can be recaptured in part, and be used as inputs for the next cycle of growing. This saves and renews resources that would have been otherwise simply discarded.