Carbonic LLC Reg-CF Campaign
Groundwater accounts for nearly 95 percent of U.S. fresh water resources. Pig farms provide Americans and American exporters with approximately 26 billion pounds of pork products annually (EPA & meatinstitute.org). Pig farm manure lagoons are a known source of air and ground water pollution. A Minnesota entity, Carbonic LLC, seeks to sequester pork maure carbon into High Density Polyethylene (known as HDPE), an industrial plastic, used in everything from grocery bags and milk jugs to playground equipment and medical devices. With Carbonic LLC in the picture, there are new biomass handling solutions for the community. This adds pressure to use recyclable plastic for housing, out buildings, and fencing. This pressure affects the building industry in general and the housing, farm, and out building industries in particular. The edible meat industry supply volume may increase as more small farms of about 1,200 pigs are built, using the HDPE plastic produced from the first pig herd’s manure; for example, build more pig barns for another pig herd, thereby increasing the HDPE sales revenue. Other livestock farms might choose to produce propane, electricity, or heat instead of plastic. Farm energy independence helps with farm costs. Distributed sequestering (sinking) of carbon in plastic, at manure production locations makes sense. Many people and organizations share Carbonic LLC concerns for human caused CO2 being released into the atmosphere, instead of being sequestered. It is good for the meat processing industry too. The entire slaughterhouse byproducts and waste can be input to a #ManureGasPlastic™ apparatus where the animal remains are gasified too. The bones end up in bone char which is great for the environment and for slaughterhouse revenue. Market adjustments will occur to handle the new influx of HDPE plastic products produced, from living biological sources, by the Carbonic LLC #ManureGasPlastic™ (#MGP) apparatus, process and solution. This will add HDPE products into the agriculture supply chain.
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