• About Us

    Waterland started its activities in Asia in 1998 as a research and development company to advise the Waterland Europe consortium of companies on investments in Asia. In 2002 Waterland Asia became the plantation management company for Waterland Europe Group which had decided to invest in non-food bio-oil production and to expand in Asia, starting with several thousand hectares of land in several pilot projects scattered throughout Asia-Pacific. Read More
  • Why Camelina?

    The world’s best non-food feedstock for bio-aviation fuel
    Camelina Sativa (“Camelina”) is presently the feedstock of choice and front runner among a number of second generation non-food feedstocks for the sustainable production of green aviation fuel. This is mainly credited to its considerable oil yield and cold flow characteristics, making it particularly sought after for use in colder climates. Camelina is a ‘dedicated energy crop’, meaning that it is cultivated... Read More
  • Tracksparency

    Monitoring projects will be much easier for Waterland than normal as Waterland has its proprietary monitoring system, called "Tracksparency", which is used in managing and monitoring all projects in which Waterland is involved. It is a comprehensive bottom-up tracking and accounting system and provides users at all levels with an immense amount of information and control over their operations. It is an on-line system and WGA will ensure that it is adopted by our rural equity investments in the local communities... Read More
  • Bio-refinery

    The Biorefinery Concept
    There are no waste streams in nature and Waterland operate a “Zero Waste Policy”. The sustainable use of bio-based carbon therefore dictates that downstream integrated manufacturing should be established in bio-refineries and other facilities and to selectively transform the variety of molecular structures available in residual biomass into a range of products, including transportation biofuels, chemicals, polymers, pharmaceuticals, pulp... Read More
  • Zero Waste Concepts

    Waterland follows a zero waste strategy that is entirely based on systems thinking and a comprehensive understanding of the interaction of man with nature, whereby the spacing (inter- and multi- cropping) and rotation of crops is carefully calibrated to optimize the output of natural food and energy crops cultivation and that minimise the use of... Read More
  • SEED Principles

    Investing in the Next Generation Sustainability.

    Sustainability is required in many areas, Waterland Global follow its
    ‘S E E D’ Sustainability principle.

    The overriding principle in all the investment activities of Waterland is that in every aspect of its business, the SEED principle should be respected.

    The SEED principle overriding investment criterium. Read More

  • Biodiversity

    Biological Farming & Biodiversity
    Waterland research was carried out from 1995 and resulted in the confidence to adopt a policy to go for commercial agriculture without use of chemicals or only limited use of those chemicals which do not destroy or pollute the environment. Effective solutions were found by our research scientists; such as, for example, the breeding of plant crop varieties resistant to insect attack. Waterland successfully commissioned our plant breeders... Read More
  • Climate Change

    The scientific debate about the climate change
    Environmental problems are not new. Example: the rise of cities in ancient Mesopotamia thousands of years ago caused environmental problems such as salinization of the soil. Ever since, wherever there have been high concentrations of people, areas near crowded human settlements have deteriorated. The differences between our current environmental problems and those of antiquity are ones of magnitude... Read More
  • Ecological Balance

    From the beginning of the modern industrial agriculture era, it was long thought that a simplified method of monoculture would be an easier, cheaper and more productive method of farming. But in the process, mutual pest control by various crops were abandoned and, this has led to ever higher use of agro-chemical pesticides, herbicides and insecticides as pest problems continued to increase because the process of ecological simplifications (mono-culture) had been set in motion. Read More
  • Biobased Economy

    The Need for a Biobased Economy
    With fossil fuel and industrial agriculture products consumption rising annually as emerging markets achieved unprecedented economic gains and as prosperity became more widespread, the damage to the climate as a result of greenhouse gasses (atmospheric gases that contribute to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation produced by solar warming of the Earth surface that include CO², NO², CH⁴ and F-gases)... Read More
  • Target Group

    “Waterland Global Asia Private Equity” is an investment vehicle from PT Waterland Global that invests in companies, research and education centers, and entrepreneurs as an equity shareholder. All those that require funds and whose products, technology and/or services contribute to build up a bio based economy, can apply for an equity investment from us. The required fund should lead to a sustainable way of producing food, bio-fuel and energy, infrastructure, building and/or building constructions... Read More
  • Environmental Managers

    An often forgotten, but important, part played by farmers is their role in managing the environment. The methods they choose to adopt have a direct influence on the state of the environment and the wildlife (biodiversity) it supports. A more sustainable food and energy farming system should recognise this and support farmers to better manage... Read More
  • Good management

    Sustainable food and Energy farming in practice.
    In reality it is a combination of scientific and more natural methods that is most likely to lead to lasting and sustainable solutions to the world's food and energy farming needs. Each on their own has several weaknesses, but when used together they can become a powerful force for change.One of the most promising approaches to sustainable farming is simply to make better use of farm inputs. Through careful management it is possible to reduce... Read More
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