NEW INNOVATION FROM COCODEC
An innovative method was developed to produce a new, high-quality building board material, Cocodec Fiberboard, from the fibrous coconut husks without the addition of chemical adhesives.
This product will not contribute to the World's Global Warming
The product is made out of Coconut fiber, which is totally Eco-Friendly.
Coconut trees typically are growing in the bountiful tropical coastal areas of Asia, Oceania, Africa, and Central America. Coconut husks, a waste product from the copra and coconut oil production, are found there abundantly. An innovative method to produce Coconut Fiberboard was developed, which is a new, high-quality building board material from the fibrous husk without the addition of chemical adhesives.
You may wonder why we have made our product.
There are similar products around the world, and as such, this is not a new discovery.
However, not all of them have an environmentally friendly production process. Global warming is damaging our world as we know it and continues to increase to this day.
Although people have come up with ways to minimize global warming, a single person, company or country cannot stop it alone. Hence, the production of our product.
Coconut fiber is a natural fiber extracted from the husk of a coconut, which is also known as coir fiber found between the hard-internal shell and the outer skin of the coconut. Coir fiber is seen as a by-product when extracting the fruit flesh from the coconut, which is used to produce milk, oil, and flour. The coir has a low demand which results in the fiber is very cheap to purchase.