Nasag- Lach Company Limited
Elizabeth Bayo is a highly motivated businesswoman with over 25 years experience in the diverse field of businesses mainly rice & poultry feed marketing, palm oil, vegetable farming, biomass fuel production. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Nasag – Lach Company Limited – is a woman-led social-enterprise based in the Volta Region of Ghana that produces rice husk briquette from agro-waste as a sustainable fuel for cooking in households and industrial boilers. The company uses an inclusive business model and give back to community by working with youth, women processors and rice farmers in the local communities to collect the rice husk from farms to its processing site in Adidome to produce briquette and also help us to supply to rural households on commission basis creating employment along the value chain. Elizabeth Bayo is a good communicator with strong negotiation skills, outstanding problem-solving abilities. She aggressively identifies opportunities, develops focus, and provides tactical business solutions to achieve results at the optimal level.
Nasag- Lach Company Limited produces rice husk briquette from agro-waste as a sustainable fuel for cooking in households and industrial boilers. We use an inclusive business model and give back to the community by working with youth, women processors and rice farmers in the local communities to collect the rice husk from farms to our processing site in Adidome to produce the briquette and also help us to supply to rural households on commission basis creating employment along the value chain. Our rice husk briquette both carbonized and non-carbonized provide alternative environmentally friendly fuel for households and industries and enhances energy access. Recycling of rice husk into briquettes reduces open-air pollution from burning of rice husk – our rice husk ensures that the husk is not burnt but rather reused for economic purposes. Our rice husk briquette provides long burning fuel due to its high quality and density for end-users. Our rice husk briquettes provide affordability to existing fuel prices in the market for end-users. Our rice husk briquette Business also reduces death as a result of indoor air pollution from cooking with firewood – our fuelwood is a clean-burning stove. Our rice husk briquette reduces greenhouse gas emissions and climate change – by preventing the raw rice husk from being burnt in the open air to affect the ozone layer, but are recycled for reuse in cooking and industrial boiling. Our rice husk briquette also provides employment for youth and women in our community due to our inclusive business models