Coir is a renewable resource and its horticultural use helps waste disposal problems in many parts of the world. Fiber Coir is made from the external hard shell of the coconut and it has been used for gardening purposes in the West in 19th century. After slipping off the radar, coir has made a thumping comeback as more and more people have started realizing the versatility of this organic, environmentally sustainable coir fiber offers. With the latest technologies this external husk has separated as coco peat, chips and fiber and fibers are the key ingredient of making 100% biodegradable eco-restoration products today.
As human being, we need to leave a better world and environment for our children and families and for generations to come. That is the main reason that Ceynetco takes sustainability seriously. The Nature’s miracle, Coconut is generally regarded as a waste material, or by-product of the coconut industry and it is organic and biodegradable. We turn this waste material to an ecological restoration product which helps to use for erosion control, sediment control, soil bioengineering and wetland restoration projects on earth.
Our medium fresh water curled clean coir fiber has excellent strength. It lasts for 6-7 years due to the presence of lignin and cellulous content of fiber. It also holds in the ground better than many other wood fiber products in the market.