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Organic Recycling to Use Blockchain Technology

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EcoloCap has launched a new brand and blockchain-based crypto-asset PLANT Token, to promote the by-products from the production of the ECOS Bio-ART process, as well as promote organics recycling throughout the United States. Plantonium Organics will focus strictly on selling high-energy soil amendment products to the public directly from its online store. Through Plantonium’s PLANT Token anyone will be able to benefit from recycling by earning PLANT Tokens by participating in its #PlantoniumProject.

The EcoloCap sustainable, compost technology redirects all organic waste into a valuable by-product. The by-product includes organic fertilizers, chicken, fish feed, or biomass in the form of a dry powder or pellet that can be efficiently stored, transported, and spread. The compost that is created from the company’s Bio-ART technology can be purchased online. At the current time, Plantonium Organics sells two different compost products under the ‘OG’ brand name. OG liquid, a high-quality compost tea, and OG Compost, a premium soil amendment. Other products are under development and will be available soon for various applications.

James Kwak, EcoloCap CEO, stated: “We saw an opportunity in the market to offer our high-quality soil amendments at a better value than what is currently available. This will be a great way to showcase the quality of our by-product created through the Bio-ART process and continue to push our industry’s sustainability forward.”

EcoloCap’s vision is to provide natural and organic products at rates that are more affordable to individual consumers, along with continuing its efforts to deliver to its bulk distributors. PLANT Token is currently live on WAVES Decentralized Exchange, with a white paper coming soon.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.