Began exporting commercial products to Hong Kong and the US

Developed a new commercial model that uses a microbial decomposition technique

Established EcoPia


Exhibited ExBio products in Tokyo, Japan

Signed an export and technology agreement with partner in Japan

Participated in the New Orleans Waste Expo in the US

Developed product that uses a vaporization decomposition elimination method


Developed our first compact aerobic system (30kg)

Began development of a new concept for household food waste processing

Participated in the Atlanta exhibition in USA


Reached agreement to supply semi-finished products to Kuraray Corporation in Japan

Received orders for newest two 3-ton capacity units and three 1-ton capacity units from Japan

Signed contract to jointly operate the food waste processing unit at the Gwanak-gu, Korea

Exported one 3-ton Bio Digester unit to Japan, the largest liquified elimination unit in the world at that time.

Passed the quality test for US Department of Defense suppliers with commercial product


Signed dealership contract with AOS FIELD in Japan

Established the Microbial Research Institute and the Microbial Culture Facility

Developed product using water decomposition technology, a key technology for the next generation digesters

Registered patent for household-use dual screen trap

Created joint venture (Ecopia Shanghai) with Fujin Corporation in China and signed investment agreement

Developed next-generation aerobic machine, and applied for the K-Mark

Negotiated for a water decomposition product for a large plant in China, and received orders for a 1-ton pilot product


Exported commercial and home use products to Malaysia

Registered patent for hybrid type compost

Entered US market with ExBio NA, Inc.