Global Warming - or Climate Change - is affecting everyone. The current warming trend is of particular significance because most of it is extremely likely (greater than 95 percent probability) to be the result of human activity since the mid-20th century and proceeding at a rate that is unprecedented over decades to millennia.1
GLOBAL WARMING HORSE STATISTICS
We can socially do our part to reduce global warming by removing a wastestream and turning into valuable resources for reuse in multiple cycles while converting manure into new Gas Revenues.
Global Methane or CH4 emissions.
Horses contribute approximately CH4 1.2 Tg per year or 1.2 MILLION TONS. Source: FAOSTAT, American Horse Council
- 490, 000 TONS OF CO2 Emissions
- 450 Million KG of N excreted
- 10.5 Million KG of Nitrogen leached in soil
- 3.2 Million tons of nitrous oxide emissions from manure left on fields
HiPoint can save up to 200,000 lbs of methane off-gassing and leaching each year from each Facility.
What can you do about it?
An alternative green environmental recycling business that will transform waste management best practices through integrating technology and processes. Our first market is focused on equine bedding.
- Highly Profitable Company.
- Diversified Product Stream
- Multiple Locations & potential business established
- Significant Growth Opportunity
- Highly Competent Management Team.
- Engineering design and mass flow verified by Wood LLC
Call 1.855.963.1700 and speak with Jaquie Boddaert For More Information and full presentation
Bringing three massive multi-billion industries together. Waste Management. Environmental Recycling. Horses. Shares of Waste Management Inc. have gained 30.1% (zacks services 2019) Waste Management sector USA market cap is $27 billion. Global Waste Recycling Services Market size was 372 Billion US$ (Reuters 2019) and expected to rise North of $400B. Global GDP of the horse industry with 52 Million horses worldwide is $300 billion (American Horse Council 2019) Bedding and disposal costs tops $5.5Billion
In our view nobody has solved the stall residual waste bedding problem because they didn’t think it was a problem until now.
www.e-fc.org Our passion is in promoting the health and welfare of horse and rider in a healthier environment through influencing governmental and legislative change, public education, and awareness. We focus on the stewardship of the land, reducing manure emissions from the air, land, and waterways by creating, developing, and funding innovative research and technologies. Our vision. A global movement to look after the horses we care about today (through technology and best management practices) for our environment tomorrow. (by being good stewards of the land repurposing the manure waste-stream for good.) Together we can make a radical change in the equestrian industry. EFCF 2019 (c)
Products We Produce
HPAB facilities combine wood shaving recycling, water reclamation and biomass bi-products to effectively manage the total horse stall residual waste stream. We create hypo allergenic horse bedding shavings, biomass for compost, soil amendment, or fuel. Water from condensate and a line of OTC pain and protection blends for horse and rider.
Influencers & Ambassadors to partner the cause with us.
If you want to make a difference, we want to talk to you? "We" call it a circle economy a closed-loop process or closed-loop recycling process. These industry terms are simply about the responsibility of the user to the end-user to the user again. HiPoint discovered the most efficient way to take a waste stream and repurpose everything wasting nothing within its process. We talk here about the service cycle of Haulers picking up stall residuals *( the waste stream) which is wet wood shavings, manure, hay, and grass. That is processed at our state of the art facility, and we distribute it back to the Farms that the stall residuals came from. We are looking for influencers and ambassadors to partner with us in endorsements, like-minded conversations, investors and industry professionals to push our vision forward.