Our approach in controlling the proliferation of invasive plants consists in:
Comprehensiveness, We apply a modern comprehensive form of turning a damage to environment, public health and economic activities into pro-environment solutions generating employment, local development and growth.
Innovation. 10 years of research and our close collaboration with:
Fibre Recherche Développement (FRD), France and The University of Gembloux, Belgium, Validated a unique and patented process of the transformation of intrusive plants into raw construction materials, with a second positive environmental impact by providing ecological construction products.
Sustainable development. While our approach treats efficiently a currently out of control growing threat issue to reduce long term damage to biospheres and water bassins, its innovating approach drastically reduces the average costs of public expenditures currently dedicated to never ending harvesting programs, freeing ressources for other development priorities.
Job creation. Harvesting and transforming intrusive plants into industrial sustainable raw material, we develop units on site, creating direct and indirect local employment and added value