Some waste, especially agricultural waste is often overlooked, or little known about the great benefits of recycling and reuse in the interests of society and humanity living in a society.

BECIS clearly sees the overwhelming value of these agricultural wastes, incorporating state-of-the-art technology to convert them into renewable energy, assisting Cambodia’s manufacturing and other sectors in terms of contributing to the prevention mission, Future global climate change as well. Currently, rice husk is used in the operation of BECIS biomass plant in Cambodia, located at Prek Eang, and rice husk ash is considered as waste from biomass plant and is also converted into natural fertilizer by linking with relevant organizations or companies to support the agricultural sector in Cambodia.However, BECIS has taken another step by 20th January 2023 singing the MoU with Huy Yun Agriculture Co., Ltd., a major local fertilizer company, supplying rice husk ash to the company to produce natural fertilizers.

Again, Special thanks to Huy Yun Agriculture Co.,Ltd for this wonderful partnership with BECIS Cambodia and thanks to Miss. Bonita BECIS Cambodia for driving this initiative.

About Huy Yun Agriculture Co., Ltd

Huy Yun Agriculture was founded and officially registered at the Ministry of Commerce on January 21st, 2013, and at the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on January 22nd, 2013. It has been operating since then and, it is now becoming one of the leading organic fertilizer companies in the country. 

The main purposes of the company are to sustain the environment, to have food safety and to reduce using chemical fertilizers. The company produces granulated fertilizer, liquid fertilizer and lime and delivers them nationwide for agricultural and agro-industrial crops.

The company collects household waste, animal waste and feces, seafood waste and so on and convert them into organic fertilizers. The waste is collected within the country.

Facebook: Huy Huy Agriculture Co., Ltd
Tel: (+855) 017222 555

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