ABC Animal Bone bioChar: Bio-Phosphate industrial replication franchise model for organic horticultural applications
Business cooperation and investment proposal offer
Animal Bone biochar (ABC) is a recovered organic phosphorus fertiliser produced from food grade animal bones with the advanced 3R zero emission carbon refinery technology environmental performance. The current investment project is aimed at the implementation of an ABC processing plant hardware installation (full scale industrial replication and production franchise model) and the global market uptake of 3R biochar technology and ABC products.
The ABC project awarded Seal of Excellence quality label from the European Commission. This quality label is a guarantee for investors to find high standard projects from European SMEs with strong feasibility and capacity of development.
We are looking for qualified and solid business partner(s) with proper references for the implementation of Bio-Phosphate recovery industrial replication model in 2017/2018:
- 20,800 t/y throughput capacity.
- 12,500 t/y output ABC Animal Bone bio-Char production.
- External investment need: CAPEX €5 million, OPEX: €1 million year 1.
- Sales from year 2-3: €15.6M/year EXW during 20 years life time.
- IRR = 20%. Pay back= 3 years.
- Industrial installation/operational Authority permits: already available. Jointly applied industrial/environmental/climate protections norms and standards: EU, Australia and USA.
- ABC application EU/MS Authority permits: already available (West Hungary).
- Market focus: Producer Organizations for fresh fruit and vegetable organic products; adsorbent industry (virgin/regenerated adsorbents)
- Marketing and sales: prepared for organic farming/adsorbent sectors.
- Full value project insurance and international reinsurance made.
Searchig for: Qualified business partners with references for year 2017/2018 market replication and business cooperation of the 3R technology, developed under EU Commission programmes (2002-2016). Equity investment is searched for the 3R biomass-to-recovered natural fertilizer and biomass-to-liquid bio-fuel green energy strategic industrial programmes, resulting high economical outputs.
Outline that gives the business leading edge: The EU is >95% is importing the mineral phosphate, most MS 100%, mineral phosphate containing Cadmium and Uranium toxic elements. The new EU Fertilizers Regulation revision law harmonization (2018) provides strict safety criteria for fertilizers (including very low Cadmium content), for which most traditional mineral fertilizers cannot meet under market competitive conditions. The new EU concept is to utilize the 2Billion t/y unexploited biomass resources in the EU. Terra Humana Ltd. is the only one vendor in the EU who is specialized on high nutrient dense bio-phosphate recovery since 2002.
Results so far: Nearly €17 million invested for project development 2002-2017, including European Commission co-financed projects since 2002. Successfully development completed and proven demonstrated, full industrialization made.
Status: post development-prior commercialization-no revenues yet.
Future: >30 units of bio-phosphate projects franchised<2025, 15% revenue from each project total sales (possibly through UK registered franchise holding company). Projects in the EU with Σ375,000 t/y output ABC capacity that is equivalent 5% of EU28 total agro mineral P import substitution in short term <2025, from which total ABC substitution potential for organic farming and low input farming sectors is 100%.
The 3R investment is characterized by high return on capital, above average expected growth in revenues and earnings in strategically important key business sector. In all investment phase our work is low risk profile performed and fiscally conservative with offered stability, but still maximizing the gains. The proven and advanced 3R technology opens new technical, economical and environmental perspectives and opportunities. Please contact us for details.
The 3R is a “Product of Europe”,which development is priority supported and co-financed by the European Commission Framework Programme 5, 6, 7 and CIP-Ecoinnovation since 2002 (for more information please visit our 3R PROJECT References site) under transnational scientific and technological development cooperation in eight EU countries and Israel.