P1 / PEOPLE
P2 / PLANET
P3 / PROSPERITY
The health of the people within the community is a holistic responsibility that encompasses clean air, clean water, and clean food.
Sustaining dynamic relationships between the natural and built environments through organic biological solutions.
The enrichment of all forms of life through improved health and societal growth that reaches toward a better tomorrow.
P4 / PUBLIC
P5 / PRIVATE
P6 / PARTNERSHIPS
A BETTER BUSINESS MODEL:
Municipal integration into an academic enriched installation that advances mutual interests.
Regional specialists that are committed to community growth through local efforts.
Commitment from government, industry, academia, and the community toward mutually beneficial growth, security, and prosperity.
Seedling installations are called SEEDs.
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TWO INDUSTRY PROVEN SYSTEMS
Controlled Environment Agriculture - Aquaponics, Precision Fertilizers, Hydrology
Embodied Energy Reclamation - Fermentation, Anaerobic Digestion, Fuel Cells
Designed to maximize on the complementary relationships between these systems, SEEDs leverage the power of data to optimize the performance of subsystems to achieve greater outcomes at a lower cost.
CLOSED LOOP VALUE STREAMS
Each SEED evolves regional waste practices into a carbon negative circular economy.
Waste Collection - Silent, Zero-Emissions Electric Garbage Fleets.
Commercial Partnerships - Industry, Municipal, & University Supported Waste Management
Organic Fractionated MSW - Landfill Reduction, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Infrastructure
Carbon-Negative - Diverted Waste Streams, Carbon Capture, Biomass Carbon Sequestration
Independent Power Producer
Organic Fractionated Solid Waste Management Service
Independent Gas Utility - Hydrogen from Renewable Natural Gas (Biogas)
Regional Agricultural Service - Organic Transition Service, Precision Fertilizer, Urban Farm
Hydrological Processing Facility - Water Production, Recycling, Agricultural Water Services
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS
Connecting urban and rural economies through public/private partnerships:
Academic Training & Research - Classrooms, Research Center, Community Enrichment
Municipal Fleet Support - Hydrogen Electric Fleets, Mass Transit Decarbonization
Entrepreneurial Hubs - Food-Truck Partnerships / Lease Programs, Farmer Brokerage / Purveyors
LOCALLY OWNED BUSINESSES
A SEED is a locally formed business that return tax dollars and equity to the community.
150 Mile operational radius keeps local interests and profits within the community
Local Organic Agriculture, Localized Economic Growth, Tailored Installation Performance
Valuable Employment - Staff Equity Trust, Academic Support / Training
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT
Crisis Support - Power Production, Fuel Cell Vehicle-To-Grid Power Distribution Network, FEMA Support
Regional Food Security - Crisis Response, Climate Independent Agriculture
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Aquaculture is a global practice of growing aquatic species in controlled environments. Ranging from Crustaceans to Shellfish to Fin Fish, each SEED provides an opportunity to leverage complementary relationships with hydroponic systems.
Chitin | Calcium | MacroNutrients
Blockchained sensor network of chemical identification, tracking, and sequestration.
Nutrient precise fertilizer formulations that are crop specific & soil responsive.
Optimized hydroponic growing conditions in greenhouse & vertical farm.
USDA integrated food-safety, soil mapping, and chemical tracing for human health.
Renewable hydrogen production from foodwaste biogas & electrolysis.
Contractual hydrogen sales to municipal fleets, transit authorities, and SEED partners for decarbonized fuel cell electric transportation systems.
Agricultural fertilizer integration.
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) distribution network - Food Trucks, Collection & Delivery