The company was founded in Singapore in the year 2007 to recycle large commercial volumes of organic agricultural and horticultural waste into valuable high quality organic fertilizer/compost. Using a unique fermentation and manufacturing process, it is able to recycle as much as 200 tons per day of organic waste. Other carbon-rich products that the company produces are Biochar and activated carbon from natural wood wastes using its proprietary pyrolysis technology.
The strategic geographical location of GreenBack allows it to easily reach out to its potential markets in Asia where huge volumes of organic waste are generated and indiscriminately disposed of by burning and dumping annually.
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