Their is so much value for horse and rider alike to create a Hypoallergenic & Virtually Dust-free recycled bedding that is better than standard bagged wood shavings in horse stalls today.
HiPoint Agro Bedding is an environmental recycling company that niched itself in the massive environmental crisis of horse stall residuals, wood shavings & manure. Through our cleaning process, we create better bedding than other virgin shavings due to its process and infusion techniques to make a dust-free, hypoallergenic, antiviral, antibacterial, antimold absorbent recycled bedding that protects horse and rider’s health in a barn environment. We encourage you to watch the following three-minute video. Animal waste manure to clean recycled bedding.
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HiPoint Agro Bedding Corp. (HPAB) a profit-driven company, recycles equine stall residuals (horse bedding) naturally, without the use of chemicals or polymers, through a process of separation, drying, pasteurization, and bagging. We do this while supporting waste management best practices, and biosecurity procedures. HPAB Facilities combine wood shaving recycling, water reclamation, and biomass biproducts to effectively manage the total horse stall residual waste stream, that is being inadequately disposed of creating environmental hazards, such as leaching and methane off-gassing greenhouse gasses (GHG’s) to our lands, waterways, and planet.
With so much waste being inadequately spread on fields or disposed of across our Country, the solution is to take this vast undesirable waste stream and create a new sustainable agricultural business standard in the market. We can change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing an advanced technology process that will become an integral part of modern standards and horse farm. In this way, you can start to see the value in creating a Hypoallergenic dust-free recycled bedding that is better than standard wood shavings in horse stalls today.
- HiPoint Facilities fits into 3.0 to 5.0 acres to accommodate 25,000 - 45,000 sq. ft covered building
- Recycling all the waste stall residuals, totally undercover, with no leaching or off-gassing
- Adhere to government standards and permitting of proper waste management practices
- There are only low emissions and noise throughout the whole process
- We will reduce emissions from haulers trucking shavings off-site to unknown dumpsites
- There will be less waste being dumped on our lands and waterways
- Reduces algae blooms by reducing phosphorous hotspots on land and in lakes
- The lignin in wood does not breakdown; spreading increases leaching and nitrate deficient soils Recycling the organic matter fines as a biofuel or soil amendment in a closed-loop process
- Little to no water is required, water is created and used for irrigation at the site and local region
- Because it can be recycled in multiple cycles, we are reducing the environmental impact of leaching and off-gassing to our water and lands reducing forest cutting, deforestation and protecting tree lands
For Horse Owners
- Reliable on-site bedding product on demand
- Increased farm efficiency by decreasing the time to clean and recharge stalls
- Bedding is heat pasteurized for inert hypo-allergenic dust-free bedding bagged for safety
- Happier Healthier environment. A green alternative to waste
- Saves on Operational Costs
- Economically viable - a lower price than shipping and buying new shavings
- Reduces manure disposal costs, and onsite equipment
- Anti-microbial, Anti-viral, Anti-bacterial, Anti-Mold bagged bedding for horse and barn health
- Healthier barn environment with no dust, less ammonia and fewer critters running around the stall
- A High absorbent rate for urine capture. Hypoallergenic Dust-Free horse shavings recycled for premium quality
- Easy clean and more regular cleaning improves barn environment
- Eco – Friendly and help the health of horses heal sores and better breathing
- Lowers the black fly population and can reduce equine diseases
- Proprietary compound to infuse bedding to be hypoallergenic anti-mold, anti-viral and safe for all
- Proprietary infusion tank developed and designed by HiPoint Agro Bedding
- Proprietary HiPoint in-feed hopper to stop bridging of material at all in-feed rates
- A proprietary process of the HiPoint conveyor mechanism throughout the HPAB © process
- Drying system customized design exclusively for HiPoint Agro Bedding to dry horse stall residuals Proprietary HiPoint process to use equipment in a batch or continuous flow
- First of its kind monitoring system to track and relay data based on process automation by HiPoint 8. Proprietary EPR traceability software built by HiPoint to track waste using GPS and RFID
- A mix of organic matter fines and manure creates a soil amendment through a bioreactor
- Taking everything from a stall and recycled it for new revenue streams and a healthier environment
For Value Proposition
- A profitable business model in recycling the waste stream of equine stall residuals
- Recycling stall residuals continuously as opposed to typical one-time use wood fiber shavings Optimizes the full value chain of stall residuals
- Limited legal disposal Inadequate dumping practices are standard
- Landfills refuse to take it; land application makes it difficult to compost
- Reduces nutrient runoff, leaching, and off-gassing environmental hazards
- Reduces transportation cost and emissions from the haulers
- Creates new revenue channels, local business opportunities, and local economic opportunities An environmentally sustainable solution to a waste stream
Ahead through Verification. To be Engineered and Built by Woods LLC
Wood PLC has verified the viability of the HiPoint system to remove manure and recycle the shavings efficiently and through their report stated:
- Emissions based on the maximum emission scenario are below MOECC limits in compliance with Reg 419/05
- Equipment is sufficiently sized to handle require volume throughput
- The HPAB dryer system can reduce emissions compared to rotary dryers that are vented to the atmosphere
- There are operational & energy efficiency improvements as compared to other conventional technologies
- No chemicals are used throughout the separation - drying process in line with good horse bedding practices
HPAB is about to change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing an advanced technology process that will become an integral part of modern horse farms and County or Municipal operations. The Facility will be located in locations with world-class equestrian prestige. The Facility will meet the requirements regarding waste-stream management facilities, including agricultural safety management for recycling to State rules.
The goal of HPAB is to create an environmentally friendly method to re-use a large portion of the waste material as bedding using energy-efficient and low or non-emitting equipment to avoid any local environmental concerns. HPAB plans to bag the final recycled product for resale back to its own equine facilities and potentially outside farms. The Result: efficient use of resources, cost savings, and a reduction of environmental hazards; such as inadequate dumping, nutrient leaching, and phosphorus overloading into our soil and water. HPAB Facilities creates long-term profit stream EBITDA returns for the Local Partner and reduces bedding and removal costs to the equestrian center operations.
In this way, you can start to see the value in creating a Hypoallergenic dust-free recycled bedding that is better than standard wood shavings in horse stalls today.
HPAB requires the backing of local authorities as well as a Local Partner ownership group that sees the impact of this crisis of waste shavings polluting their region. HPAB will provide a cost-effective solution to the massive surplus of waste stall residuals while creating a sustainable business model for the local equestrian market that has been validated by early adopters and research.
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The Department of Agriculture estimates that about 75 percent of farms in the area dispose of this waste, known as “stable muck,” in unmanaged piles on remote parts of these farms, often in sinkholes or adjacent to streams. Runoff from stable muck contains high levels of nitrogen and bacteria and is contributing to water quality impairments and threatening local groundwater quality in the region.
There are better alternatives such as manure bun separation, recycling the shavings for stall reuse while using the water and manure and small fines as methane energy production in Anaerobic Digesters or processing through a Bio Reactor to create a high-quality organic matter soil amendment. This point to point closed-loop process can reduce methane off-gassing entirely and create multiple revenue streams back into the State, the racetracks, equestrian center operations, and the economic value chain.
The annual economic impact of the equine industry is significant. It is diverse, involving agriculture, business, sport, entertainment, and recreation. It continues growing every year. Nationally, there are approximately eight million horses in North America (AEF2018), creating over 3 million tons of waste bedding every month. The annual spend on bedding and bedding removal in North America has risen > $5.5 Billion per year.
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.
We have been focused on creating a Hypoallergenic dust-free recycled bedding that is better than standard wood shavings in horse stalls for many years and today we are ready to share that with the world.
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 Larsen. Owner of TASH Industrial Design Inc. is a highly innovative mechanical design-engineering firm 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 design of the process has had a 3 rd party review by environmental engineering firm formally Amec Foster Wheeler. Wood PLC, a multi-billion international engineering firm that continues to consult on Facility efficiency design, providing site-specific oversight of the repurposing system. This validation includes Facility site design, site engineering layout, and verification of the bedding system . output. 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.
Background. Higher-end show or racehorses create twelve (12) tons of stall residual waste per year, where residential horses create around nine tons. The waste stall residuals collected across North America would be in the range of 3,000,000 tons per month. There are over 20 locations in the US that have more than 20,000 horses within county lines.
This amount of stall residuals collected creates high unmanageable waste piles that cannot be disposed of in a landfill and depletes soil nitrates when spread on fields. It has also shown to produce up to 50 lbs. of methane off-gassing per horse per year.
“An HPAB plant (treating waste from 2,500 horses) would create 10,000 GJ of energy & 62 tons of methane per year.”
North America. The equine industry is an essential part of national, state, and local economies. It is diverse, involving agriculture, business, sport, entertainment, and recreation. It continues growing every year. Nationally, there are approximately 8 million horses in North America (AEF), creating over 3 million tons of waste bedding every month. The annual spend on bedding and bedding removal in North America has risen > $5.5 Billion. (FAOSTAT) (USEF & American Horse Council)
There are an estimated 130 major horse racetracks and 2000 large equestrian centers across Canada and the US. Each horse, when stalled inside, creating approximate one (1) ton of stall residuals per month costing North American horse owners >$5.5 Billion per year on bedding and manure hauling alone, not to mention the environmental impact of inadequate disposal is causing worldwide.
Nationally, there are approximately eight (8) million horses in North America (AEF2018), creating a calculated three (3) million tons of waste bedding EVERY MONTH. With the diminishing ability to effectively control stall residuals due to tightening regulations on how waste is spread or disposed of, we are as close to a manure crisis not seen since the Great Manure Crisis of 1894 in London and New York where only the introduction of the mass-produced motorcar adverted that crisis.
Globally. The annual economic impact of the equine industry is significant – some $300 Billion, involving 1.6 million full-time jobs. Direct GDP to North America is over $50 Billion with direct employment of over 1 million jobs. Participants/Spectators in North America are est. to have spent $27 Billion on events, travel dining & lodging.
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Current disposal methods include spreading on pastures and crops or composting into the soil for farm and garden, however, tipping fee costs are rising, and in many jurisdictions' outdoor storage and landﬁll disposal is no longer permitted. Disposal companies are running out of disposal options! In most jurisdictions, burning or burying manure in landfills, or stockpiling on farmland, is a thing of the past. Waste stall residuals are also not well received by the agricultural community as it does not supply a lot of nutrient content due to the nitrogen capturing nature of rotting wood-based manure.
Recent agricultural rule changes reduce outdoor manure storage to a maximum length of two weeks and so waiting months for the spring manure-spreading season is no longer an acceptable solution. It is becoming evident that there are fewer disposal solutions available, and disposal costs are rising. North American and European horse owners must go farther aﬁeld to ﬁnd disposal solutions. Waste stall residuals left unattended will cause methane oﬀ gassing, leaching and phosphorous hot spots leading to diseases, ﬂies, and environmental hazards.
The HPAP © process is to create a better healthier bedding. Recycling and healthier bedding is endorsed by Dorothee Bienzle, DVM, PhD, Dipl ACVP Professor of Veterinary Pathology at the University of Guelph who states “I fully support HiPoint Agro Bedding’s efforts in research toward creating improved bedding for horses, and look forward to scientifically assessing the utility of such bedding for horses with asthma.” March 2019
Without a careful process of heat & time-based drying, recycling and composting; waste horse stall residuals have become each Counties disposal crisis, with very few options left. Through repurposing waste shavings into recycled horse bedding, communities can eliminate the troubling environmental concerns of inadequate dumping, nutrient leaching, and phosphorus overloading into our soil and water. The solution is to take a vast undesirable waste stream and create a new sustainable agricultural business-standard. We can change the way equine bedding is handled by implementing an advanced technology process that will become an integral part of modern county or municipal standards and horse farm operations — the Result. Efficient use of resources cost savings and reducing environmental hazards with a product that has significant health and safety benefits over the original.