Agribusiness: Waste to Wealth

Agribusiness: Waste to Wealth



the specific element of Agriculture that I was interested in had to do with biological waste disposal and the way farmers dispose of waste now which is filled application so it occurred to me that we could we could approach confined animal feed operations or k phones and suggest that we have a better solution to dealing with their waists and it's a solution that has no losers we can take care of their waists we can turn the waste into energy we can turn the waste into a petroleum product and we can also create biochar which increases crop yield it dramatically increases prop yoke while reducing the need for fertilizer input so there are all sorts of benefits to this you can give the farmers a certificate of non discharge because they're no longer putting the renewer out in the field they no longer have to investigate the soil in that field for a nutrient deficit investigate their manures for a nutrient supply and then marry the two with a complex formula which is a nice thought itself but actually doesn't even work because when do you put maneuver on field it's not during the growing season and what happens during that the not growing season while winter happens and simply put the maneuver on the field it snows them snow melts it all runs off into receiving water weights and it's not such a good thing we really occupy unique space in the market I mean we are the only ones who are making that process of solving problems economically viable for our clients by and large we are business people we are people who have worked in the private sector for most of our lives we're not coming out of a public policy perspective we're not coming from an educational institutional perspective we're coming at it from the point of view of private citizens who are all coming together with the idea that we want to make a difference and make some changes we have to look for you know cash flows we have to look for streams of income that help deploy the technology and make it make sense for the clients that we serve we qualify as renewable energy under pretty much every state we do that in two ways there is the direct heat energy that's produced by the exothermic reaction of the pyrolysis process we also do a creating syngas and biogas and are taking current cycling carbon current cycling hydrogen and putting it back into energy production so energy production is a cash flow stream for us carbon sequestration credits is a cash flow stream for us tipping fees for solving the waste management problems that we are solving or a cash flow strain for us and putting those things together we have a product that is economically viable without the need for government support tera logics is looking at every relationship as a essentially a partnership with our client in a way that provides them an economically viable outcome to solve their problem within the context of their situation you

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