A GREEN INDUSTRY + UNLIMITED RAW MATERIALS !
FOR SMART INVESTORS
horse owner / horse related... Or not
THE KEY : HIGH ADDED VALUE RECYCLED PRODUCTS !
INVEST 50 € >> 1000 €
By 50€ package, no maximum limit, location free, horse related or not
GET A FINANCIAL RETURN OF 1495 € /year
According to your investment and without limit (per year, per horse)
According to your investment and without limit (per year, per horse), without including the labor gain.
A MARKET OF 6 MILLION CONSUMERS !
FINANCIAL RETURN :
526% AT 5 YEAR
HORSE INDUSTRY IN EUROPE : 100 BILLION € TURNOVER/year !
1,488 billion m3 clean gas
15,679 billion kWh green electricity
15 million tons of recycled horse box bedding
Superior-quality Hydroponic Hay for horses
3,742 million tons of hydroponic nutrients
1,859 million tons of clean chemicals
839 million liters of clean fuels (for cars + airplanes)
estimated potential, according to structures
THE POWER OF A LARGE COOPERATIVE SYSTEM !
Profitability at Production month #5
Rentability at Prodution month #6
Dividens at production month #7
Reserves at Production month #7
THE RISKS REDUCED THROUGH NUMEROUS INVESTORS !
A total turnover of 14 billion €
A total Profit of 8,537 billion €
Investment at regional level : 36.5 >73 million €
A GLOBAL SYSTEM SECURED BY INDEPENDENT PARTNERS
1 CONCEPT... 4 BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGIES...
5 REVOLUTIONS !
Extracts of the article published by Raz Godelnik for Triple Pundit, USA,
on the 17th of October, 2012
"...The idea behind this British venture is very simple
… a never-ending raw material
...The figures certainly look attractive...
...the concept behind it certainly seems to make sense
…the opportunities also seem to be clear
…manure can be a valuable resource on a farm
…Chevron presented them with a study showing that
processing horse manure-to-energy could be worth
roughly $7.3 million over the next two decades.
...it might still be a great business idea
…as an example Romney can use for what a green
innovation based on free enterprise and independent
of government support..."
Raz Godelnik is the co-founder of Eco-Libris and an adjunct faculty at the University of Delaware’s Business School, CUNY SPS and the New School, teaching courses in green business, sustainable design and new product development