A Composting Business for the Community A young Phoenix company has hit paydirt by recycling and reusing food waste to benefit consumers, businesses, the land — and the landfill.
This recycled product will meet two critical needs: It will give municipalities a feasible and cost effective alternative to landfilling the waste, and It will help meet the growing demand for organic soil enhancers and fertilizers.
The material that will be recycled is human waste sludge. Our recycled waste will be targeted toward fertilizer manufacturers, nurseries, landscapers, farmers, government agencies, golf courses, and others.
Additionally, we will offer a service to waste processing plants owned by municipalities. Currently these plants face several issues regarding the disposal of human waste sludge.
Landfills are filling up and costs of disposal are rising. Also, due to recent legislation, as of many landfills will no longer be able to accept human waste sludge.
Mid-Atlantic Recycling will solve this problem by accepting this waste at a nominal charge and recycling it into a useful product. Mid-Atlantic Recycling is entering a niche market in that human waste sludge has not been recycled on any sizeable scale in West Virginia or the Mid-Atlantic region.
This is a unique and viable concept that addresses the needs of various customers and reaches an untapped market with tremendous growth potential. One of the most attractive aspects is that the business is projected to attain a strong cash position and achieve profitability in the first year of operation.
Due to a large need for these products and services, and a lack of direct competition, our projection of quick profitability is attainable.
The concept has been tested on a small scale and the results, upon analysis, were found to be a high quality compost. Research will be an ongoing process for the company; one particular area of interest is the possibility of qualifying the product as a fertilizer.
In this case, the profitability of the product would nearly double. Mid-Atlantic Recycling is working with the West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service to investigate the feasibility of selling the material as fertilizer.
We already have an advance order for tons, and one fertilizer manufacturer and a large landscaper have committed to purchasing tons of our product annually.
Additionally, various municipalities have expressed keen interest in paying us to accept their waste. Open additional facilities in Year 2 and Year 3 to serve other areas of the state and the Mid-Atlantic region. Continue to market Mid-Atlantic Recycling by contacting and soliciting business from additional municipalities and compost using customers.
The business that we are planning is a manure biodigester that would be incorporated with a 5, head feedlot. The name of the company will be Biodigester Corporation. We plan to have this business in the Rosetown area. LivePlan includes all business plan samples, so you can easily reference any of them when you’re writing your own plan. Popular Business Plan Categories. Restaurant, Cafe, and Bakery (46) 46 free business plans for restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and other eateries. Sicka Waste: Community Composting Proposal 1 business but rather a pilot project. The intent is the next stage of the project would develop a The team set forth to develop a broad based solid waste plan for Sitka and has continued to meet regularly with city staff since that time. Klaudia Lecesse, co .
Our first responsibility is to ensure the financial well being of the business. Second, is to provide municipalities with an economical, alternative for the disposal of human waste sludge.
In addition, we hope to build in the consumer a positive feeling about the feasibility of using recycled human sludge as a fertilizer. Opportunity Rationale Human waste sludge has long been a waste problem for municipalities which operate waste processing plants.
In metropolitan areas that handle large amounts of waste, human sludge is generally disposed in volume at municipal landfills. Driven by state and federal mandates, recycling and composting of municipal solid waste has increased dramatically during the past decade.
There are nearly ten thousand curbside recycling programs in America, and nearly 15, drop-off centers for recyclable material.This is a business plan was implemented in six parishes of the canton Loja, in order to analyze the feasibility, to establish a company of top quality organic fertilizers with efficient microorganisms that contribute to both the nutrition of the plant, the health and soil fertility and improving the environment by recycling organic solid waste.
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They will also finalize their business model idea and suggest a long-term implementation plan for Nong Sarai community, as well as conduct workshop for people to.
Success in the compost business is not easy (and rarely quick), but the rewards are a cleaner, safer environment, the means to better manage your manure, and the ability to augment your income.
So read on, and happy composting. Composted dairy manure, a potential source of revenue. Business Model How Earth Probiotic is Turning Your Waste Dump into a Goldmine. Up to 50% of food produced globally goes to waste.
Local business, Earth Probiotic, and husband and wife team Karen and Gavin Heron have diverted over tons from landfills by converting it into compost.
Woodstock Anaerobic Digester Business Center Plan August 29, page 3 In contrast to a complete mix digester, the ADBC does not involve the farm in an auxiliary waste management business that would require a considerable investment of time and resources in identifying, negotiating and acquiring tipping contracts, assuring regular feedstock.
Sicka Waste: Community Composting Proposal 1 business but rather a pilot project. The intent is the next stage of the project would develop a The team set forth to develop a broad based solid waste plan for Sitka and has continued to meet regularly with city staff since that time.
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