Coco peat - the new moneymaker at the Kenyan coast

"We upcycle coconut husk waste to create propagation solutions for the horticultural industry. Annually, in Kenya around 20,000 tons of coconut waste is produced. So, we needed to find a solution to this pollution," explains James Kapombe, Founder of Cocogrow, in a recent video by BBC. See the video below to find out his whole story.

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