Value Chain

Offering a solution that diverts waste from landfills, incinerators and the environment, creates local employment and provides valuable commodities to industry at prices that help improve their competitiveness.

The valuation process is intimately linked to the quality of the waste. Looking at some recycling options at the end of the chain is an aberration if the waste is totally contaminated, compressed and crushed before and during the collection and transportation phases. It is upstream that the problem must be addressed. A rationalized organization of waste working process would be ideal to improve the sorting-out. Many ideas and proposals can be thrown out there. They are all dependent on the five key factors for the appreciation of the industrial chain:

1) The quality of the waste

2) The world market prices of raw material

3) The organization of work implying physical and social security

4) Regulation

5) Investments

Recovering metals, plastics and other assets from landfills is much more efficient then mining the Earth for ores or oil. The waste is weighed, the purchase price determined based on the going rates and the payment is made immediately in cash. Reusing aluminum from scrap saves 95% of the energy needed to mine aluminum in the first place.

The added value comes from sorting, cleaning, processing and organizing the transport of the waste in volumes that will make them commercially attractive for the industries. The valorized waste products are then sold and re-used by responsible manufacturers. We partner with them to properly design their products and make them easier to recycle. We want to encourage those companies and the authorities to establish new regulations. These efforts can in turn be translated into innovative eco-labels standards and CSR reports.

WE WANT TO PAY PEOPLE FOR THEIR WASTE AND USE PROFIT IN A SOCIAL AND ENTREPRENEUR WAY TO IMPROVE EDUCATION AND IMPACT SUSTAINABLY OUR ENVIRONMENT.


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