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Try HiPoint brand of horse shavings.  Best Hypoallergenic Dust-Free Horse Shavings recycled for premium quality bedding to distinguished environmentally curious equestrians.

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Equine Bedding: Stall residuals

Horizon880 in partnership with HiPoint is set to be the one of the first to reuse waste horse bedding from Wellington and the surrounding area, to overcome the challenges of equine waste build up in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Evergreen in partnership with HiPoint is set to be the one of the first to reuse waste horse bedding from Scottsdale Arizona, to overcome the challenges of equine waste build up and ability to resell the waste water from the HPAB process.

Advanced Technology Solutions HPAB Process

Using age-old proven methods with new efficient organic technologies we are creating a Flagship solution to the age-old problem of too much manure, nutrient leaching and phosphorous overloading.

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Regan McCook

Automation

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Paul Cross

CEO & Head Designer

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William McClounie

Chairman

HPAB is focused on the equine bedding market. The team is made up of senior business individuals that have experience in project management, finance, engineering oversight and with specific expertise in the equine/animal bedding and recycling market. We have sourced and partnered with international technology and manufacturing companies with a proven track record in wood shavings, drying, heating, separating and bagging, to deliver a system designed engineered to further de-risk this project.

Paul Cross CEO and Head Designer of HiPoint designed the "HPAB process © "for repurposing stall residual and will be an HPAB partner. Mr. Cross was part of an early research team to recycling horse bedding. Over five years of designing and redesigning the process to a successful facility to recycle and resell stall residuals back to the local community. Over the last two years designed and developed a superior method of automation and recycling the total waste stream of horse bedding. Mr.  Cross has written white papers on the return of the great equine manure crisis, methane off-gassing and has papered two patents.

William McClounie is Chairman of HiPoint and a Co-Founder of AgriFood Capital Corp. that provides investment banking services exclusively to the agribusiness and biotechnology marketplaces. William has bridged investment banking and agribusiness/biotechnology with extensive global experience, including financial advisory, capital raises, M&A and financial program development/management and leads the financial and mentoring of HiPoint Corp. 

Herb L. is a highly innovative mechanical design-engineering owner and manufacturer specializing in heavy industrial automated machinery and equipment.  Herb enjoys an impeccable reputation for delivering internationally acclaimed specialized, automated equipment.  It has integrated, with incredible effectiveness, the merger of brilliant imagination with computer-assisted design and engineering, resulting in drastically reduced design-to-construction capital investment costs.

Wood PLC. The HPAB process has had a 3rd party review by environmental engineering firm Wood PLC formally Amec Foster Wheeler. Wood LLC, a multi-billion international engineering firm that continues to consult on Facility connectivity, providing site-specific oversight of the HPAB process system within the building. This 3rd party validation includes Facility site design, site engineering connectivity, and verification of the bedding system process flow. To protect against environmental concern, their study already states our recycling process will use low to no emissions without the use of Chemicals or Polymers, which can be harmful to horses and the environment.

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