This InvestmentTimeline and our Regenerative Carbon Capture Model aligns with our buyer demands. The demands criteria we are seeing regularly, requires larger quantities of processed fiber and wood core than we can deliver on predetermined schedules at this time. 

   Not only are we seeing more of these coming in on a regular basis, the number of delivery locations are increasing as well.

   With climate change and carbon capture rising in importance on the global issues list by the public, governments and investors etc., the timeline for effectively and at scale,  needs to be shortened as fast as possible.

   Addressing climate change and regenerative carbon capture in a timely manner, requires a huge amount of capital now and on a continuing basis, until processing and delivery can meet the awaiting demands. Once the processing and supply reaches the point point of demand on the Investment Timeline the profitable phase begins. 

   Although this is an over-simplified view, it has the power of focus which is vital to its' success.

Regenerative Carbon Capture Model and the InvestmentTimeline

   Our Regenerative Carbon Capture Model has additional (besides high carbon capture) elements that include the capture and storing of energy in the form of increased value and applied experience. The increased value comes in the form of long term carbon storage, increased speed of delivery, training and hands on experience through internships and personnel placements in the multiple career paths provided within the network of the supply chain.

   All of the most successful strategies follow the sequence of quantity, quality and viability. Keeping it simple, lets look at the parallel of this sequence with the InvestmentTimeline, Regenerative Carbon Capture Model and Processing Centers.

   The quantity of input capital on the InvestmentTimeline will impact the number and output of processing and increase the demand and supply of Regenerative Carbon Capture Model in the fields of farmers, and the end products of the multiple industries we serve.

Click to see graph Investment and Profit Timeline Example

Click to see CO2 Sequestration/Acres Graph Example

InvestmentTimeline Relationship to Processing Centers and Profit

   Processing centers strategically placed are key to the profit potential we see here. Included in each of our two method processing centers will be a specialized lab for testing and R&D. Training, hiring, internships etc. in multiple positions are part of the investment package and investment timeline. As we start on the first processing centers ( in 4 states) the investmentTimeline is expected to be longer than the ones to follow.

Regenerative Investing, Philanthropy, Circular Economy

   There will come a point when our share of the profits are expected to be sufficient to invest in additional service facilities to keep up with new demands for our products and services, i.e. Regenerative Investing.

   Why philanthropy? It is a very good use of funds in the unpredictable timeline leading up to profits. Since the overall effects of scaling up this industry , the philanthropist and family etc. can benefit from the improvement on handling climate change.

   When you start to envision the changes in local communities where processing centers are established, you start connecting the dots to local farmers, manufacturers and businesses of all types. Addressing many of the needs in the community with our products and services including housing, food, water, energy and more you get a self supporting circular economy over time.

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