Verde Resources provides green, renewable, and sustainable solutions.
Verde Resources research and development with feedstock sources of cow manure from local dairy farms throughout the Midwest and palm waste from Malaysia, to create biochar, wood vinegar, bio-syngas, bio-oil and compost. Working alongside Biochar compost custom blends will be packaged and distributed in both commercial, and residential size quantities. The products are targeted to supply farmers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, and consumers throughout the U.S. and Asia-Pacific. The bio-syngas and bio-oil will be further refined as alternative fuels to facilitate self-sustaining operations.
Verde’s BioFraction™ technology is a slow pyrolysis process using a proprietary catalyst to depolymerize organic matter into four renewable resources; Biochar, Wood vinegar, Bio-oil, and Bio-syngas.
La Belle, Missouri
Verde Renewables will develop regenerative compost mix blends for various market groups. Verde Renewables compost production utilizes renewable energy to provide aerobic conditions, that create high-quality compost in a short period of time.
Verde Renewables recognizes the need for custom soil amendment blends to meet the needs of today’s high production farms.
Based on soil analysis, Verde Renewables will mix compost, biochar, minerals, and wood vinegar to create carbon-enriched, nutrient and microbe blends.
These products will be available in the form of prills or pellets for ease of application and complete homogenization of nutrients.
The benefits of compost include; improving soil health and aeration, increasing water holding capacity, expediting humus production, adding fresh organic matter, enhancing and sustaining microbial diversity within the soil.
Lahad Datu, North Borneo, Malaysia
Early research conducted since 2019, with two pilot projects in Borneo displayed impressive results which warrant further testing.
An initial twelve-month pilot project successfully converted one acre of wasteland by cultivating and producing eggplant.
The project involved carbon farming, by plowing and tilling the land with measured ratios of biochar, wood vinegar and organic goat manure. The plot of land, previously back-filled with bleached earth from nearby refineries, was not considered soil and was very low in nutrients. It is today a flourishing eggplant farm.
An ongoing pilot project involving avocado, previously averaging only one harvest per year, was able to harvest three times in the same period with the application of biochar and wood vinegar to the soil, resulting in a 200% increase in crop yield.
Biochar can be the key component towards rebuilding and enhancing coral life and marine ecosystems throughout coastal regions.
Verde Resources will explore developing blue carbon technologies using biochar as an additive within carbon-negative cement mixtures that can be molded into a variety of useful marine structures and environments.
Verde has begun research and development of various biochar cement compound mixtures, such as raw atmospheric injected CO2, precast eco-friendly cement. Verde will engage international and regional industry experts, institutes and educational communities, focused towards developing a unique line of blue carbon capturing products for coastal aquatic and marine environments.
Working alongside lawmakers will assist in shaping future climate bills, where increased standards and beneficial solutions in agriculture can be implemented to help aid with further political legislation towards climate mitigation and adaptation.
Verde Resources will engage key stakeholders to develop licensed and accountable measures that will assist in shaping and defining a sustainable credit exchange for the agricultural market.