About us

Recycling of organic waste and production of Organic Fertilizer, Organic Foliar and Organic Pesticide; including composting trainings for individuals, groups and cooperates in agribusiness for onsite organic waste management.

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Griincom Innovate Ltd

Griincom has established 3 recycling centres in Nakuru (Greensteds, Mzee Wanyama and Mangu) Processing 30 to 40 tones of organic waste per month, in production of organic farm inputs.

Our Mission

To provide solutions to prevailing environmental and social challenges using innovations that utilizes local resources.

Our Vision

Establish a vibrant Social enterprise that is responsive to prevailing environmental and social challenges.


Why we are here

Organic fertilizer promotes soil regeneration resulting in increased productivity, organic has high water retention ability making plants less susceptible to climate change, enhance plant resilience to pest and diseases.


Over 60% of waste produced in urban centres is organic, Griincom seeks to provide solution through recycling of this waste in production of organic inputs thus Organic Fertilizer, Foliar and Pesticide.


Environmental pollution is a major contributor to global warming. Organic waste recycling cuts the liner food chain from going to landfill preventing methane emissions and promoting soil regeneration for both plant and human health through increased farm productivity.

Social / Environmental Impact


Mzewanyama, Nakuru Town East Ward, Nakuru.


+254 722 861 885

250 tons of waste is produced daily in Nakuru town, out of which over 60% is organic. Griincom partners with department of environment Nakuru County in providing solution to urban and peri-urban waste challenge though recycling to organic fertilizer. This goes a long way in preventing environmental pollution.

Collection of livestock manures and crop waste from urban farmers for recycling promotes environmental sanitation and hence reduction of related diseases.

Griincom promotes employment creation and increased incomes in the community by hiring, composting trainings and waste incentive program.

Encouraging use of organic inputs has great impact in society; it promotes both soil and human health.