- Costa Rica(3)
- New Zealand(1)
- Republic of Korea (South Korea)(1)
- Russian Federation(1)
- South Africa(1)
- Sri Lanka(2)
- United States of America(2)
This shrimp farm in Thailand uses EM･1 for a 100% closed cyclic water treatment, as well as maintaining the shrimp healthy. more
This welfare facility works to support people with severe disabilities and found that making EM Bokashi provides a valuable communication place for the participants. more
This shrimp farm in Vietnam is using EM･1 for water treatment.
They successfully could keep their shrimp in good health and save money at the same time. more
A lavender garden has been using EM Technology for about 5 years to improve its clay soil. This field was once badly damaged by the tsunami but after three years of using EM Technology, the field is in full bloom welcome approximately 5,000 people who visit the garden during flowering season. more
United States of America
Jay's Hog Farm, located in Waianae, Hawaii, has been using EM Technology for pig farming.
They recycle the food waste collected from restaurants to make feed for their pigs. EM Technology has been used to control bad odors around the feed preparation area. more
Since 2014 the Sustainable Gardening Competition for secondary school held every year in Sabah, Malaysia. Students take care of an assigned parcel of land for growing plants using EM Technology as much as sustainable and creative way they can. After about 6 months, they go under evaluation and compete against other participant schools. more
Republic of Korea (South Korea)
The Government of South Korea has established the Environment-friendly Agriculture Promotion Act to control chemical agriculture products and promote the environment-friendly agriculture. In doing this, Agriculture Technology Centers, administrated by local governments, were founded to provide Activated EM･1 (AEM) as well as other microbial materials for free. more
In the suburbs of Kolkata, India farmers are using EM Bokashi and EM fertilizer provided for free by the Rotary International.
Farmers are impressed and thankful with their bountiful and high quality harvest. more
In 2003, Sikkim state in India stopped importing chemical fertilizers and launched a program to convert farmers into organic applying EM Technology. Today, Sikkim state is the first organic state in the world recognized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and therefore, all of its farmland is certified organic. more
A pilot test launched in Argentina, showed the effects of EM in apiculture to treat bee disease such as Nosemosis and American foulbrood. See the results.
The Municipal Slaughterhouse of Guayaquil had problems of stench due to the accumulation of animal dropping. Today, EM Technology has successfully controlled the stench while avoiding the use of chemical products. more
A sugar processing plant in Belize has successfully introduced EM Technology in their waste water treatment ponds.
They not only controlled water quality parameters but also reduced management cost in 50%. more