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Sistema.bio international awards from Q3

Sistema.bio nominated for top 100 Tropics Changemakers 2018 Award Sistema.Bio Commercial Director Cedrick Todwell has been nominated for 100 Tropics Changemakers 2018 Award for championing the use of renewable bioenergy in Africa. Biodigesters provided by Sistema have added value to farmers’ ecosystem by providing bio waste management solutions to create clean and safe energy. “The cost of energy is high in Kenya, which leaves off-grid households in the dark. On the macro scale, this slows down the country’s economic progress.…

Research and development news from Q3

Global update implementation for Taro formats The IT team achieved the global data standardization during Q3, improving the flow for decision making in both operations and business. This month we finalized the global implementation of the new TaroWorks jobs that includes improvements and new ways to support technical operations. Any job carried out in the field now can be registered in TaroWorks, with the aim of always improving our service and customer satisfaction. This work involved cleaning, unification of each of…

New Sistema.bio customer stories Q3

Cow shelter case Have a look on the story of Govardhan Eco Village, a cow shelter center where Sistema.bio installed a 40m3 Biodigester, the biogas is being used to transform cow urine in medicine and healthcare products and will complement the biogas used for cooking.   Making farms in Colombia a more profitable business We have new stories to share of our users in Colombia, learn more about El Destino farm and how are they using their biodigester to increase…

Consolidating partnerships Sistema.bio news Q3

System installed with SENA Colombia The AgThe Agricultural center “La Granja” in SENA, the most important superior agriculture education institution, held the biodigester launch in its Tolima ranch, Colombia. Professors and students ran this initiative to install a Sistema.bio for research purposes in which students will practice; at the time the community benefits by transforming cattle manure into biogas and fertilizer, as well as mitigating climate change. A special visit from Grameen Foundation and Taroworks When we talk about data…

Increasing biogas sales Sistema.bio news Q3

New field office opening in India This September 11th Sistema.bio India opened the first field office in Sangavi Village, which will bring service to thousands of dairy farmers and organic farmers in the region of Satara and Pune districts. The Official Office opening ceremony was held at Sangavi, in presence of Mr Chandrarao Anna Taware Former Director of Malegaon Co.op Sugar Factory on Tuesday 11/09/2018 at 11:30 am. The successful event gathered 50 farmers from the region who heard from Sistema.bio users…

Organic fertilizer, a way to preserve the ozone layer

The ozone layer is responsible for protecting the earth from UV rays and people from skin cancer, cataracts and for keeping our immune system active. Some gases destroy the molecules of O3 (ozone) in the atmosphere, among them are the chemical pesticides used in agriculture, the use of organic fertilizer helps to reduce these pesticides that damage the atmosphere. Gases containing chlorine and bromine destroy ozone. The air carries these materials to the stratosphere where only one of these atoms…

Blazing the blue biogas flame; 15 counties, three countries and counting

A spotlight on the Kenyan technical team By August 2018, we installed a record 1000 digesters! But what does it take to have a clean blue biogas flame blazing in every rural household around the world? Dive into Sistema.bio’s technical team to uncover it! The team is charged with installation and maintenance of all Sistema.bio digesters in all our regions of operation. Guess what?! They have now installed digesters in 15 counties in Kenya, three countries in Africa and they…

Indigenous People and Sustainable Development: Innovation, inclusion, and structural changes

Worldwide indigenous people are recognized for their unique culture and ways of relating between their own communities, other communities and also with the environment. This specific relationship with nature is directly reflected in the way they live. There is an old Mayan Quiché legend that says gods tried to create humans with wood and mud, but they were not able to live, think, speak and feel until they were made with corn. In Mexico corn is one the most important…
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