The enterprise promotes organic agriculture at a model farm and provides paid consultancy to farmers regarding sustainable farm design and development of new technologies, connecting farmers and customers. Its system closes agricultural production circles, with technologies reducing the reliance on chemical inputs.
The closed-loop, zero-waste agricultural system builds on technologies such as solar energy and biomass, organic cultivation and breeding, on-site production of fertiliser and feed, organic disease prevention practices and post-harvest preservation technologies. The system strengthens food security, decreasing the farm’s susceptibility to environmental shock. Renouncing on chemical inputs and mimicking natural processes, it improves water, air and soil quality and increases plant diversity.
Elegance Company Ltd. uses its farming model to create long-term links between producers and consumers who are seeking healthy products.
Centre for Creativity and Sustainability Study and Consultancy (CSS) provide training and advice on the adoption of zero-waste and closed-loop farming technologies.
Asian Institute of Technology in Vietnam (AIT-VN) is a supporting partner with experience in zero-waste farming technology development providing technological assistance to the enterprise and its farmers.
The 2014 SEED Low Carbon Awards are largely supported by the International Climate Initiative (ICI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).