• Organic hydroponics, water treatment, duckweed

Decompose organic wastewater by using functions of microorganisms and convert it into biomass

Background issues

    Malaysia and Indonesia located in the tropics produce 80% of the world's palm oil supply, and have large scale plantations of oil palms spreading across the vast lands. At the palm oil mill, a large amount of organic wastewater is discharged daily in the palm oil production process. In some cases, the treatment of the organic wastewater is insufficient and it exacerbates the surrounding ecological environment.

Our technologies

  • Technology of water treatment using aerobic bacteria
  • Technology of organic hydroponics
  • Technology of duckweed cultivation using organic wastewater

Current status

  • The product is being sold in some countries.
  • The project to incorporate our products and technologies into the process of large-scale plantation is ongoing.

Locations

Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan

Related entities

partner

Abedon Oil Mill Sdn. Bhd.

MessagePICK UP PERSON

  • Noriaki Kawai

    When I went to the palm plantation for the first time, I was very surprised by the smell around the wastewater pond. And at the same time, I felt strongly that I could do something to solve the problem. I would like to contribute to the improvement of the current plantation agriculture which uses large quantities of pesticides and fertilizers and discharges a lot of waste materials and water.

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