Tracegrow is a Finnish cleantech company operating in the circular economy. We are the only company in the world that has developed an innovative technology to extract, purify and reuse the vital trace elements Zinc and Manganese from alkaline batteries and circulate them safely back to the nature as the world’s most ecological Zinc and Manganese-based micronutrient products for farming.
We strive to minimize the exploitation of our planet’s limited resources by reusing them wisely. Our clean technology innovation provides a solution to two global challenges: the ecological reuse of the trace elements in alkaline batteries and nourishing farmland suffering from micronutrient deficiency.
Thanks to our ground-breaking technology, up to 80 percent of the trace elements in alkaline batteries can be reused. We are proud to be part of the important effort to grow healthier and more profitable farmland and thereby help increase global food production.
We help our customers and partners grow profitably and ecologically both through our effective and clean products and technological innovation. Our vision is to become the most acknowledged micronutrient company in the global circular economy.
We are a growth company operating in the global micronutrient market. The value of this market is estimated to exceed USD 8.5 billion by 2023. The annual growth of the market is 8 percent.
Our first micronutrient production plant started operations in Kärsämäki, Finland in 2018.
Tracegrow received the first industrial size orders (tens of thousands of liters) both internationally and domestically in December. Thank you to all those farmers, distributors and partners for growing with us.
Tracegrow donated Christmas present to The Baltic Sea Action Group’s fundraising to save our precious Baltic Sea. Happy holidays to everyone!
Tracegrow’s micronutrient product ZM-Grow was awarded with a gold medal at the Helsinki Agricultural Machinery Trade Fair last week. The jury consisting of journalists from agri-sector media chose the gold and silver medallists from the new products entered into the fair’s innovation competition.