Coconut Husk used to be considered a waste product and the farmers just leave it in the plantation. Today, it's a source of income for them. Seeing the opportunity, Celebes put up its first coconut coir factory to extract the fiber. The coconut coir plant is equipped with tubs for soaking the coconuts and machines that separates the coconut husk from the shell, and a machine to process the husk into fiber.
Coconut husks are made of bristle fiber (10%), mattress fiber (20%) and coir dust and shorts or wastes (70%). The abundance of fiber makes it a good, stable supply for industries that make brushes, doormats, carpets, bags, ropes, yarn fishing nets, and mattresses, etc.