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•   MISSION STATEMENT   •

Isaiah 40:31 - But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

 
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CURRENT PROJECTS

Housing Project & Medical Center in Ghana


South Africa, Zambia - Renewable Energy

Military Housing Project

STRATEGIC ALLIANCES

Maori Tribal Nations
African Financial Regulatory
Authority
African Central Bank
Sovereign Tribal Councils

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“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration. The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.”

Nikola Tesla

 

PROJECT SCOPE

Construction of Separation, Waste Water Treatment and Recycling Units in Port Vila Municipal councils

Construction of Electricity Production and Heating System Plant in Industrial Zone (located 20 km distance from Port Vila)

 

PROJECT GAINS

Create local jobs during the construction period and afterwards permanent jobs for operation.


Generate additional income for locals.

Make Port Villa the first location in Vanuatu to operate facilities.

 

POSITIVE IMPACTS OF THE PROJECTS

 

Due to the rapid depletion of natural resources and reduction of raw materials recycling makes a positive impact on the economy

The Project provides new business opportunities and gives the opportunity to benefit from natural resources for future generations

Recycling rate of it is approximately 96% in countries of the European Union

100% environmentally friendly , because there aren`t any emissions into the environment during production and no waste by the end of the process

Our Recycling project reduces carbon emission due to its production technology and waste-to-energy concept

ANIMAL WASTE AND
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

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Animal solid wastes have been used historically as fertilizer or as a fuel source after being dried. Due to the large increases in the farm capacities of the past years and consequently the fertilizer amounts, environmental problems arising from fertilizer have come to the agenda. Environmental health problems arising from animal wastes can be as harmful as problems caused by some industrial wastes. Particularly surface waters are used as the ultimate storage area for receiving waters drainage, agricultural waters and animal wastes as main sources of water pollution.

The potential energy crisis to be faced with the reduction of fossil fuels has been advantageous for both cases to be considered together in the future when regarded together with environmental problems resulting from animal wastes.

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MEDICAL SUPPLIES

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