Our website aims to educate all people about the intelligent use of waste for the protection of air, water, soil and raw materials. Economically sustainable, innovative systems, methods and applications for achieving this goal are shown and explained here.
Only together we will cope with the urgently needed changes.
Climate-related processes, such as lack of rain, high levels of ultraviolet radiation combined with high daytime temperatures, erosion, salinisation of soils or invasion by harmful insects lead to increased loss of arable land and pastures.
The loss of arable- and grazing land inevitably leads to poverty and underdevelopment worldwide
The factors that are typical of poverty and underdevelopment include:
- lack of availability of electrical energy
- malnutrition, which leads to physical
weakness and susceptibility for diseases
- lack of access to finance, so no possibility for
investment in tools, seeds or fertilizers
- limited access to basic education and technical
- survival strategies through migration
- lack of an effective framework to support
rural Communities with technical advice,
infrastructure, energy,training, organization of
swap meet or access to markets
- lack of basic security.
The AridConcept enables the reversal of desertification and its transformation into fertile fields and pastures
Renewable energy, water and animal manure
Now it is possible to process animal manure inexpensively to fertilizer pellets. The manure is dried, sanitized and then pelletized in a batch process. Animal
manure is thus approved as a pure natural fertilizer even with the strictest interpretation of hygiene regulations for application to degenerated soils and therefore very well suited. It thus
serves the recovery of arable and pasture land degenerated soils by humus formation. With organic waste of arable land, pastures and livestock electricity will be produced by a biogas plant. The
fermentation residues of the biogas plant are also ideally suited as soil fertilizers. Solar energy and agrophotovoltaics are further components of a self-sufficient food- and energy
Thus, all the conditions can be created to enable a sustainable production of staple foods.
The photo shows the plant for the production of fertilizer pellets from chicken manure. In front, - from the left to right, - Mr. Michael Thiel, Managing Director of MTL Anlagentechnik GmbH in D-49624 Löningen-Brunnen, Mr. Ernst Lages, Terracrop and Mr. Bernd-Dieter Grave, Member of the Executive Board
However, beside of our efforts for a humanitarian environment it is also indispensable that sustainable ethical principles apply to the economic activity of companies and agriculture, which are consuming and burden our resources. These are essentially:
Respectful dealings with people, animals and nature
Fair business policy towards customers, employees, business partners and suppliers
Use of resource-efficient, ecologically sustainable technologies and production methods.
This must be an indispensable part of our future actions.
Among other things, we use donations to promote democratic, non-violent resistance to the deforestation of the rainforest by industrial agriculture, which produces soybeans, palm oil, coconut oil, energy maize and corn for the production of corn sugar (isoglucose)
SumOfUs is a worldwide operating NGO of committed people working together to keep companies responsible for their actions. Together, we pave the way for a new, sustainable global economy.
We are your reliable partners for
Biofermenters - Energy grass "GreenStar"- inexpensive Photovoltaic systems, Smart Solar Home- Systems, Recovery systems for degenerated soils for use as arable- and grazing land,
Agro Photovoltaic for agriculture
Biogas plants engineering
Smart Solarhome systems
Creative solar solutions
Sanitation and treatment of organic waste
Planning - Financing - Construction - Operation - Guarantee for economic efficiency
If you are
lover of pure air, clean water, unencumbered soils and the careful consumption of raw materials and you are an energy consultant, architect, homeowner, energy producer or responsible for the municipal sector or you are a farmer,
must be interested in the environmentally friendly and economically attractive use of raw material- resources and energy production.
Ernst Lages, Diploma Industrial Engineer, responsible as representative of terracrop in an honorary capacity and active for over 30 years in the field of renewable energies.
Your contact to us:
Terracrop, Seestraße 2, 83253 Rimsting/Chiemsee. Phone: +49 8051 9645727, Fax: +49 3222 6425473, Mobile: +49 171 5422121, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
Web: http://www.terracrop.com, facebook:https://www.facebook.com/ernst.lages, Twitter: https://twitter.com/ernst_lages, Instagram: terracroplebenohnemuell
Our farmers are pioneers for the Eco-social agriculture
Every kind of diet causes suffering, because to eat we always have to take something away from others. Either we harm the animals, the farmland or the community.
For example, to win corn sugar, which is found in nearly all industrially processed foods - including the vegetarian ones - has turned huge areas of land into monocultures.
Farmers who use livestock as part of an integrated biodynamic food production system, sell meat from species-friendly grown animals and run their farms in an environmentally conscious manner are a very valuable contribution to eco-social agriculture. They are family businesses that care about the well-being of the community. It is more humane and therefore more meaningful to support this kind of food production, rather than promoting the existing system of industrial food production through veganism.
You are already using a biogas plant or you are interested in the subject of "building and operating biogas plants economically". You have recognized since long time that agriculture is the key discipline for the sustainable development of better life for you and your family as well as the population worldwide. That's why you know the importance of sustainability. And you also know that it's best to have the right partner and support for your most important decisions.
Why biofermenter are vital to our future
Biogas plants are baseload-capable, they always supply electricity, even without wind and sun, and they supply an unencumbered biofertilizer for soil remediation. The biomass normally produced in agriculture, such as maize plants, energy grass, manure and manure, is fermented in a biogas plant and used to produce biomethane. Fermented, unencumbered fermentation residues are the best biofertilizer and far less aggressive than fresh liquid- or solid manure.
Best results with organic fertilizer from the biofermenter
A promising alternative to corn
Second-generation energy grass "GreenStar".
The methane gas yield is comparable to maize:
approx. 100 m³ / t FM
GreenStar: a horst forming giant wheat grass with the following characteristics:
The initial development of GreenStar after sowing is restrained, requiring weed control. The economically profitable use is about 7 years.
Certificate of granting European Community Plant Variety Rights
A new possibility and opportunity for agriculture:
Agrophotovoltaic systems have already proven to be practical. The investment costs are already competitive with solar roof systems. The results of reference systems are promising.
AgroPV plants are highly economical.
Agro Pv- System for GreenStar Energy grass or Energy maize: Harvest with shredder and loader wagon width: 12,0m, passage height 6,5m
"The results of the first year of the project were a great success as the Agrophotovoltaic system has proven to be practical. The cost compared to a small solar roof systems are competitive and the harvested products can be marketed sufficiently high and economically viable"explains Stephan Schindele, project manager for Agrophotovoltaics at Fraunhofer ISE.
"The Agrophotovoltaic (APV) has the potential to create new land for the urgently required photovoltaic expansion in Germany and at the same time to reduce the land conflict between agriculture and open space systems. With a constant shortage of soil resources for the production of agricultural products, Agrophotovoltaic is an important solution through the double use of arable land.
It is essential to produce more food and energy in parallel and at the same time conserve water, soil and climate without chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
The path to the target points terracrop.
The terracrop system
Biomass as a valuable raw material
Start biogenic circulation
Please contact us for free advice and information on Ecosocial agriculture, the recycling industry or for example the cultivation of the latest, most economical types of energy crops, their harvest and use in biogas plants.
We would be glad to assist you personally for best solutions of all your questions.
Phone: +49 8051 964 5727
Mobile: +49 171 5422 121
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Municipal waste management
The solution of municipal problems in waste management
Waste disposal needs to be redefined.
The disposal of valuable raw materials is replaced by intelligent use and processing of valuable materials
Eliminate environmental damage caused by waste and avoid new damage - but how?
We gladly answer your questions
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Using biogas to produce electricity.
Use electricity to drive your E- car
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The part of biomass in household waste is around 50% worldwide.
The power generation of this biomass via biogas plants is an important contribution to providing the required electricity as renewable energy and relieves the atmosphere.
terracrop is fighting for the sustainable elimination from poverty, hunger and rural exodus in our world
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