Sapropel derived from the Greek language for ‘decaying sludge’ is a substance of biological origin generated at the bottom of freshwater lakes and rivers as a result of natural processes by bacterial decomposition, these processes are the result of an oxygen lack.
Sapropel is used as an excellent organic fertilizer, it contains all the 14 micro and macro elements that are essential for plant growth and is therefore used and in demand for soil improvement and organic agriculture.
We have a special high quality source of Sapropel which is supplied from a dry lake located close to the Black Sea and poses ideal logistics for a very profitable export business. Drilling proved reserves in the amount of 2.5 mln cubic meters useful as organic fertilizer and 1.8 mln cubic meters for cosmetic appliances.
The world food prices have been on the rise in the last few years. One of the reasons is that world population is growing steadily and the amount of fields and animals can hardly keep up to satisfy the larger market. Besides that the living standards of many people is increasing which results in a higher demand in more “luxury” articles like cheese and yoghurts. The market for high quality milk and food products controlled from field to end-consumer will soar. Food is not anymore a commodity which is available in abundance. This challenge made us develop a large scale dairy enterprise that will use the latest green and clean technologies.
The global bioethanol market is almost exclusively made of 1st generation ethanol producded from sugar cane, and is dominated by USA and Brazil.
The Flexfuel plant is our strategically concept for expanding the production of biofuels. The main products are not only ethanol and biogas but equally food, fertilizer, fodder, and pure water. With the onset of the Green Flex Energy initative and the Green Diaries concept we are well equipped to launch a new industry – the food and oil industry of tomorrow.
A revolution in farming about 7’000 years ago started our modern civilization, without agriculture our world and society would simply not exist. Aquaculture, also known as aquafarming, will have a similair impact on the development of humanity in the 21st century.
Kelp is a large seaweed, botanically classified as an algae and is a rich and healthy source for proteins, natural vitamins and minerals, including essential trace minerals. The classical method of processing the seaweed harvest has a low protein yield of about 10% of the dry mass and thus making it expensive. Our novel and proprietary Single Cell Protein (SCP) extraction process and technolgy yields over 50% dry mass protein production, solves the world protein deficit and delivers ”very healthy” profits for the investor.