TYRES TO TUMMY
"The Forging a Network" to Feed a Nation is a massive play on the word FAN and again part of our identity
Our goal is to sustainably generate £75m-worth of food vouchers p.a. while building a successful eco-business that rewards investors both with a financial ROI and being part of the solution to food poverty
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We will return 50% back to community through recycling of tyres and plastics
The company collects waste (such as tyres and plastics), recycles it to recover energy and raw materials, and then uses those resources to make medical cannabis and possibly other high-value agricultural goods (depending on legality markets and need) The primary area of concentration in the UK is medical marijuana.
RECYCLING OUR OWN WASTE
- Once the pyrolysis plant is up to temperature, the syngas produced by the process can be cycled back to fuel the reactor
- Waste CO2 and excess heat is pumped into adjacent indoor farm units where CO2 enrichment can increase yields by 30%
- Diesel produced by pyrolysis used to power onsite electricity generation to provide supplementary lighting
- Provision of artificial heat & light permits the farm to be productive 365 days a year
- The other outputs of pyrolysis are sold
BENEFITS TO CORPORATE FANS
- “ESG on steroids” – sustainable, zero-carbon plastic and rubber recycling, directly tackling food poverty
- Significant financial ROI
- Access to consumer data, subject to consents and full transparency
- Ability to connect with, and promote directly to consumers
- Visibly improving the lives of the communities in which they operate
- Forging A Network of like-minded corporate FANs to tackle other challenges within the community (we have our sights set on ending homelessness too!
FORGE A NETWORK…..... ........TO FEED A NATION
ECONOMY CIRCULAR FLOW
In an ecosystem, one organism’s waste is another organism’s resource. No resource is left un-exploited.
This is true sustainability.
CONTRIBUTE TO OUR WIDER SOCIETY
IFS figures show that 20% of UK citizens live in absolute poverty, AND 22% IN RELATIVE POVERTY
According to the Trussell Trust, food bank dependence is at its highest ever.
FOOD BANK DEPENDENCE
Many more live just above the defined poverty line
Trussell delivered 1.9m 3-day food parcels in the year ending March 2020, an increase of 13% on the previous year
HOUSEHOLD FOOD INSECURITY
Most households referred to Trussell Trust Foodbank had skipped meals and gone without eating sometimes for days a time.