( 1 )Carbon reduction in livestock farming
( 2 )Increasing productivity in aquaculture
( 3 )High-value mushroom cultivation
( 5 )Soil pollution remediation
( 6 )Development of AI systems for agriculture, fishery, and livestock
( 7 )Experimental research center for agriculture, fishery, and livestock
( 8 )Restoration and reuse of agricultural land
( 9 )Restoration and reuse of fish ponds
( 10 )Soil activation and carbon sequestration
( 11 )Reuse of food waste
( 12)Reuse of industrial waste
( 13 )Reuse of agricultural, fishery, and livestock waste
Technical principle description
Explanation of technical principles
Optimization of agricultural waste using small molecule complex enzyme hydrolysis technology
( 1 ) Grain waste
( 2 ) Specialty crop waste
( 3 ) Fruit and vegetable waste
( 4 ) Food factory waste
( 5 ) Mushroom cultivation medium waste
( 6 ) Poultry, livestock, and aquaculture waste
( 7 ) Tree bark, garden, and sidewalk tree pruning waste
Upcycling product → Feed
Improved absorption: With our exclusive small molecule complex enzyme hydrolysis technology, the meat production and growth efficiency of the feed is significantly increased, which means a significant reduction in carbon emissions from feed use (emissions reduction).
Reduced methane production in the digestive system: Methane produced by the digestive systems of livestock and poultry is a major contributor to carbon emissions in the agricultural sector. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from this area through biotechnology is a key international issue (emissions reduction).
Reduced food mileage of feed: More than 70% of Taiwan’s livestock and poultry industry relies on imported feed. By optimizing agricultural waste and increasing the supply of local feed, we can reduce our dependence on imported feed (emissions reduction).
Accelerating ecological aquaculture to enhance the carbon sequestration capacity of fisheries: Water covers the largest surface area on the Earth and is also the largest carbon sink (85%). Good ecological aquaculture technology can improve the carbon sequestration capacity of water resources. The use of small molecule complex enzyme hydrolysis technology can effectively degrade organic pollutants to optimize the ecological environment of aquaculture (emissions reduction and carbon sequestration).
Upcycling product → Fertilizer material
Regenerative Agriculture: Soil carbon sequestration has been declared an important issue for net-zero since the UN launched the “4 per 1000 Initiative”. The small molecule complex enzyme technology aims to allow for a closer operation of organic farming and soil-friendly regenerative agriculture, enabling the carbon storage capacity of soil reduced by conventional farming practices to be restored. “Turning waste into fertilizer” through better soil microbial communities and nutrients more easily absorbed by plants, while balancing “production”, “life”, and “ecology”, can help achieve a net-zero economy (emissions reduction) and increase carbon sequestration.