Beneficial and Effective Microorganisms (EM), assist in creating sustainable practices for agriculture, animal husbandry, nature farming, environmental stewardship, construction, human health and hygiene, industrial, community activities and more.
Sustainable Community Development, LLC is the North American importer of EM technology products from Japan and distributor of EM products manufactured in USA.
SCD is uniquely qualified to introduce EM technology. Matthew Wood, founder and precedent setter of SCD, has studied in a three year program in Dr. Higas laboratory at University of Ryukyus in Okinawa, Japan and worked closely with the EM Research Organization on the largest EM projects in USA. Dr. Higa developed microbial culturing techniques and products that are used worldwide to solve health and sustainability problems associated with the quality of water, crop production, animal production, environment, biological diversity, and human hygiene.
In addition SCDs staff and network of consultants have contributed and coordinated on projects throughout North America and numerous other countries as well as participating in numerous conferences and seminars around the world related to beneficial and effective microorganisms technology applications and research. SCD has staff and a network of consultants with special experience and training in bioremediation, solid waste and wastewater treatment, nutrition, agriculture, livestock management, toxic remediation, resource recycling, human health and hygiene, drinking water technology, ceramics, cosmetics and plastics.
Microorganisms are everywhere.
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