By-product value chain
From agriculture to architecture
A considerable quantity of secondary material is associated to each primary agricultural production , mostly unused, destined for disposal even if in some cases the intrinsic market value of this material is potentially higher than the costs of management and treatment of itself if considered as waste.
The great potential of all that "remains in the field" can really be put into the system by developing concrete and viable solutions in order to make the by-products of agriculture become a resource and a source of clean energy for the communities, in terms socio-economic and sustainable development.
The reuse of rice husk, rice straw and clays draws a new process of rural development in the most fragile territories. Keeping people, resources, knowledge and know-how on the territory, mobilizing them as decisive factors in a socio-economic relaunching process means keeping these contexts alive and active.
The aim is to harmonize the territorial system by centralizing the aspects of collection, storage and logistics delineating a real production chain, starting from the raw material, with the aim of reducing the disruption in supply and therefore making the flows sufficiently consistent and continuous. so as to be able to organize the path of use and industrial use.
A production process that safeguards primary production and environmental resources by protecting the interests and profits of the various entities involved. This model of supply chain involves all the figures in the supply chain, a constituent part of the social and economic fabric that revolves around the production of rice.