All Green, All Organic.

Organic compost is made from horticultural waste such as leaves, grass, tree clippings, branches and shrubs. We operates a modern composting plant that uses its proprietary technology to manufacture quality compost that underwent a period of pasteurization/sanitation at above 55°C for no less than 12 days. This is to ensure that all pathogens, weed seeds and soil bacteria are destroyed. Our product does not emit unpleasant odours and is 100% free of pests such as millipedes and harmful bacteria.

Biochar is made purely from 100% natural wood. We produces quality Biochar from wood waste of parks, gardens, and timber sawmills. The raw wood is subjected to a pyrolysis process that reaches temperatures above 600°C so that the highest quality of Biochar can be produced. The manufacturing process is done industrially, so that large volumes of consistent quality Biochar can be maintained. Our Biochar meets the standard of IBI (International Biochar Initiative) specification for certification and Class 1 criteria for organic carbon(more than 70%).

Activated carbon is made purely from 100% natural wood. Our wood based Virgin Activated Carbon contains high absorption capacity because of the micropores that produce high internal surface area. It is commonly used to absorb unwanted organic compounds in the air or gases that causes foul odour. Our Activated Carbon can also be applied in:

  • Water Treatment
  • Food Production
  • Industrial Processes
  • Odour Control



Our carbon-rich products can be used in various of ways.


What's the difference between charcoal and biochar?

By definition biochar is "A solid material obtained from the thermochemical conversion of biomass in an oxygen-limited environment." While charcoal is "a dark or black porous carbon prepared from vegetable or animal substances (as from wood by charring in a kiln from which air is excluded)"

The highly fertile dark earth soils

The highly fertile dark earth soils of the Amazon River basin indicate that a form of biochar has been used in agriculture for many hundreds of years. These dark soils, known as Terra Preta, contain a fine grained, carbon rich material. This material comes from charred organic materials like manure, crop residue and bones that was added to the soil. Without sophisticated kilns and ovens to produce modern biochar, this ancient material was likely made by setting alight a pile of organic material before covering it with dirt to eliminate oxygen but hold in the heat from the fire which, in turn, baked the organic matter.

Improve the fertility of soils.

The technique of using biochar to improve the fertility of soils originated in the Amazon basin at least 2500 years ago. The native Indians of the region would create biochar and incorporate it in small plots of land from 1 - 80 hectares in size. Terra Preta, as it is known in this area of Brazil, remains highly fertile until today, even with little or no application of fertilizers. And this is in a region of the world known for its highly infertile soils.


  • Silage agent
  • Feed additive / supplement
  • Litter additive
  • Slurry treatment
  • Manure composting
  • Water treatment in fish farming
  • Carbon fertilizer
  • Compost additive
  • Substitute for peat in potting soil
  • Plant protection
  • Compensatory fertilizer for trace elements
  • Insulation
  • Air decontamination
  • Decontamination of earth foundations
  • Humidity regulation
  • Protection against electromagnetic radiation ("electrosmog")
  • Soil additive for soil remediation


  • Soil substrates
  • A barrier preventing pesticides getting into surface water
  • Treating pond and lake water aeration
  • Biomass additive
  • Biogas slurry treatment
  • Active carbon filter
  • Pre-rinsing additive
  • Soil substrate for organic plant beds
  • Composting toilets
  • Micro-filters
  • Macro-filters in developing countries
  • Controlling emissions
  • Room air filters
  • Carbon fibers
  • Plastics
  • Semiconductors
  • Batteries



  • Metal reduction
  • Soaps
  • Skin-cream
  • Therapeutic bath additives
  • Food colorants
  • Industrial paints
  • Pellets
  • Substitute for lignite
  • Detoxification
  • Carrier for active pharmaceutical ingredients
  • Cataplasm for insect bites, abscesses, eczema
  • Fabric additive for functional underwear
  • Thermal insulation for functional clothing
  • Deodorant for shoe soles
  • Filling for mattresses
  • Filling for pillows
  • Shield against electromagnetic radiation
  • Food Conservation




Prices may vary depending on your location


IDR 250.000 / 20 Kg Bag

IDR 100.000 / 5 Kg Bag

IDR 100.000 / 2 Kg Bag


IDR 250.000 / 5 Ltr Bag