Greenie is a social enterprise established in July 2020 that offers non- timber-based material for the home furnishing industry, it has a low-emission adhesive combined with agroforestry waste to support carbon emission reduction in furniture. Our business is furniture material manufacturing, where we collect agroforestry waste like areca leave sheath and coconut fiber from local farmers in Jambi, recycling that waste into particle board and MDF, then turn the board into knock-down furniture
Empowering non-timber farmers in the rural area
Recycling agroforestry waste
Producing in Microfactories
Creating Nature-inspired design
Greenie merupakan salah satu finalis Superpreneur 2022, Tahun ini kami berhasil melebarkan sayap dengan menjadi salah satu perwakilan Indonesia untuk meramaikan pameran dagang terbesar skala internasional yaitu Hannover Messe.
Dalam kolaborasi multipihak antara Kementerian Investasi/BKPM, Kementerian Koperasi dan UKM, Kementerian PPN/Bappenas, Smesco Indonesia, KADIN, dan Koalisi Ekonomi Membumi,
Wirausaha Hijau is a 12-month program targeting entrepreneurs with innovative solutions to solve challenges in agricultural and sustainable food systems value chain.
Through this accelerator programme, the Greenie team wants to enhance their company’s positive environmental impact by increasing the monthly leaf sheath recycling capacity and empowering more farmers and their families.
Target 8.5: By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value
Target 12.5 By 2030, substantially reduce waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling, and reuse
To date, we have been recycling up to 5 tons of Areca leaf sheath as a waste of Areca tree into particle board to prevent the waste from being burned by Areca farmers
Through this business, we can increase our positive impact on the environment. And by scaling up our capacity to recycle agroforestry waste we’ll be able to empower more farmers, many of them women, to create an income from agroforestry waste.
Ika Juliana – Founder & CEO of Greenie