Our Core Technology
When we think of a typical production process, the immediate model that comes to mind is a linear “take, make, waste” concept. Raw materials flow in, they are then transformed into the final product, distributed to consumers, and eventually discarded. While the initial thought is that this inefficiency applies mostly to consumer products, unfortunately this is not the case. This problem exists within all industries, including agriculture and food systems. The amount of valuable resources in the form of nutrients that leak out, knowingly and unknowingly, across all stages of the production process, is unsettling.
Enter Organic Cycling Science (OSC). Designed by our team at Re-Nuble, it is a method of efficiently taking organic nutrients and transforming it into viable, soluble nutrients, placing it back into the food system for continuous reuse until a small percentage of its solids have no longer any residual value. It creates a closed loop system through an organic nutrient supply chain, and is a carbon negative process done at scale, making it competitive to less sustainable commercial-level options.
Creation of New and Profitable Markets
By extracting organic nutrients from the current linear ecosystem, which would have otherwise been considered “waste”, a completely “blue ocean”, profitable market is created.
Unimpeded Resource Recirculation
Organic nutrients are transformed into products which then go back into the food system, creating a closed-loop and long-term recirculation of the natural resources from participant waste streams and the greater food system.
For OSC to reverse all of the nutrient wastage that is currently ongoing, it must be done at scale, marked by clear and measurable improvements environmentally, economically, and socially.
Recognizing that nobody has been able to efficiently take organic nutrients and turn it into a viable nutrient solution at a scale that makes it competitive to commercial grade synthetic fertilizers, we decided that we would lead this global change. Through our organic fertilizers sourced from vegetative waste, as well as our proprietary nutrient delivery system, we have successfully aligned every aspect of our offerings with the OSC principles.