New innovation from cocodec

Coconut Fiberboard

Introduction

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 minimise global warming, a single person, company or country cannot stop it alone. Hence, the production of our product.

Every man, every company and every country need to work together to minimize the effects of Global Warming. Everyone should use materials and resources to not only meet the demands of today, but also allow future generations to meet their demands as well.

If a man cannot find water, they can go to a store and buy water, on the other hand, if animals cannot find water, they cannot go to a store and buy water. If a natural material/product is destroyed another will come to take its place. For example, cutting down a tree provides room for another tree to grow which, however, takes many years to grow. There are many reasons for the importance of trees, such as: reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) levels; always being present at/near a water source; providing homes for animals, humans and every other living organism. Thus, without trees, there would be no living organisms. Therefore, instead of cutting down new trees to make products, products should be made from the by-products of the initial material harvesting process.

Thus, without trees, there would be no living organisms. Therefore, instead of cutting down new trees to make products, products should be made from the by-products of the initial material harvesting process.

If people started planting trees and use biproducts instead of generating waste, this world would be more prosperous.

Jegan. P
Director, CocoDec

What is coconut fibre?

Coconut fibre is a natural fibre extracted from the husk of coconut, which is also known as coir fibre found between the hard-internal shell and the outer skin of the coconut. Coir fibre 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 fibre being very cheap to purchase.

Coconut fibre is a plant-based product, which means it is natural, biodegradable and environmentally friendly, unlike other similar products.

Coconut Fiberboard

Hence, our product is a natural product made from a by-product of harvesting natural materials. Therefore, instead of continuously felling new trees/natural materials to make new products, the by-products of the trees/natural materials should be used. Thus, if people begin to plant trees and use the by-products instead of generating waste, the world will become more prosperous.

Uses of coconut fibre

Some of the characteristics of coconut fibre is its highly tough fibres and the ease of assembly of the husk into any desired shape. Thus, allowing coconut fibre to be used in many ways, for example as coir pots, which is made up of coconut fibre and plant latex to make a plant pot, thereby is a better alternative to plastic pots because it is biodegradable. Another example is using the husk to make a strong rope, which is both water proof and resistant to salt damage. Lastly, coconut fibre can also be used as a cheap substitute for other conventional construction materials, for example it can make concrete stronger when compressed together, while also making the concrete lightweight.

Head Office

COCODEC Pvt Ltd
Nørregade 30, 1. 43.
7400 Herning

CVR nr.: DK26939305

Production factory

COCODEC Pvt Ltd
No. 11 vanniyasingam road
Inuvil south chunnakam
Jaffna

Company Number: PV00204049

London Branch

COCODEC Pvt. Ltd.
No. 17 Wodecroft Road
Luton
Lu32EY, UK

Company Number: 11585844