We strive to increase Mongolian forest reserves and promote forest rehabilitation process in an economically viable way by developing wood processing plants that fully refine and process forest cleaning waste wood and sawdust and wood waste from wood cutting factories into exportable final products using environmentally friendly, waste free innovative technology.
- Create sources for recovery of Mongolian renewable hard currency revenue
Woodwaste resulting from forest cleaning is a continuously renewable resource. If 30% of this resource is continually used, Mongolia will be able to earn at least one billion US dollars of export income annually.
- Real support for combating desertification and soil erosion
In highly developed countries, wood charcoal and weak activated charcoal (biochar) are considered as highly effective "indirect fertilizer" that improve soil structure that ultimately plays an important role in reducing desertification and global warming.
Bio-coal provides favorable environment for soil micro-organisms creating optimal growth environment for beneficial soil bacteria and fungus by adding, component of black dirt soil humus, organic carbon to the soil. Biochar also increases the porous nature of soil by thousand-fold and creates reservoir for soil nutrients and water. Soil acts as a sponge for atmospheric carbon, capturing and storing carbon in solid state in the soil for a long time, decreasing carbon compounds in the atmosphere and reducing global “greenhouse effect”.
- Clean air saturated with oxygen
Forest is the main "plant" of the world's oxygen production. Active cleaning of forest waste increases the chances of saplings’ survival and forest reserve grows by 20%
over a period of 10 years. Healthy young forests increase the amount of oxygen emitted into the air.
- Increased number of streams and river originating from healthy growing forests will increase drinking and cultivation water reservoir
The forest is a freshwater tank for reservoir for collection of rainfall and source of above ground streams and rivers. Therefore, increasing forest resources will increase freshwater reserves.
- To maintain agricultural soil fertility for more than 500 years
Biochars do not evaporate in the atmosphere, and they are stored in the soil for 500-1000 improving fertility of the soil and promoting growth of beneficial micro-organisms that create favorable environmant for plants. The biochar fertilized fields thaw early in the spring, which means plants can be cultivated early and the need for chemical fertilizers is reduced.
We are determined to be at the forefront of development of this field. юм