The financial details contained herein will vary for specific sites because each Remediation Park is site-specific. The site must be properly engineered, professionally designed, correlated with government officials, and is subject to community approval. Each site has unique conditions and different types of materials feeding into the Park, so the Retrieval Process will vary and the industrial Product Stream Network must be designed to meet these needs. Community regulations, relationships and special interests, all help define a working Remediation Park. In order to operate the Park and the Product Stream Network, thousands of new jobs will require thousands of new employees.
In general, the cost of constructing a Superplasmic Field Generator© is estimated to be about twenty million (USD) dollars ($20,000,000). This compares to two hundred and fifty million dollars ($250,000,000) for the best technology currently in use (see Support Data #2). The cost of a comprehensive retrieval process can run up to hundreds of millions of dollars, this cost being managed almost entirely by the Tenants.
Once operational, the Remediation Park is expected to generate sufficient funds to pay for the entire operation within one year and generate quadruple earnings for investors. The environmental benefits are even greater. The Park helps make the community self-sustainable. It employs local workers, helps maintain economic balance, and contributes to community efforts to bring the biosphere into balance.
EXECUTIVE BUSINESS PLAN for a REMEDIATION PARK
OUR GOALFOR EACH SITE: The goal of the Academy is to enter into a relationship with a company established for a specific site. A Site Company is composed of a liaison between government and corporations and individuals at the specific site. Its purpose is to create a Phoenix Remediation Park that will:
- Efficiently and effectively manage municipal and industrial pollution and hazardous waste materials
- Create thousands of new green jobs in the community
- Retrieve precious resources
- Create a new, local source of renewable energy
- Lower the cost of remediation of wastes substantially
- Establish a network of new products and economic resources within the community
- Lighten the community's carbon footprint on the planet to reach zero pollution
- Produce an affordable self-sustainable community in balance with Nature.
THE KEY CONCEPT: The Site Company will arrange for distinguished groups of Tenant Companies from around the world, with proven technologically advanced by-product recovery systems (estimate 10 to 15 Tenant Companies per park), to submit bids to the Site Company for their services. A "Tenant" Company is an experienced group of experts in retrieval of specific precious resources.
Once a preliminary local/national/global study is complete and a metropolitan area has been chosen as a park location, a more specific market-study of the metropolitan area (and surrounding areas) will be performed and Tenant Companies selected.
BY PROVIDING ECONOMICS OF SCALE, WHERE EACH TENANT COMPANY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXPENSES OF THEIR SPECIFIC RECOVERY PROCESS, PHOENIX REMEDIATION PARKS WILL DRAMATICALLY REDUCE THE SITE COMPANY'S INVESTMENT REQUIREMENTS. THE SITE COMPANY COORDINATES THE PERMITTING EFFORT AND MAXIMIZES THE RECOVERY OF BY-PRODUCTS, SUCH AS PAPER, PLASTICS, LACQUERS, THINNERS, SOLVENTS, HEAVY-METAL SLUDGES, STYROFOAM, ASH, OIL, AND SOLID WASTE (IN ADDITION TO MANY OTHERS). ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT BENEFITS WILL BE REALIZED THROUGH INTEGRATING AND NETWORKING BY-PRODUCT TECHNOLOGIES (i.e. Tenant Co. A, expert at used-oil recovery, provides feedstock for Tenant Co. B, expert at heavy-metal recovery, etc.).
SIZE: Parks will vary in size (estimate 11 to 250 acres per park), depending on the needs of the metropolitan area or community being served, the material streams being processed, the number of Tenant Companies, and lot size required by each Tenant Company. More than one site may well be required for different-sized communities.
MATERIALS RECOVERY: The Company will own and operate (or lease to operate to Tenant Companies) a Material Retrieval Facility (MRF) in each park. The MRF is for sorting and processing materials from the waste stream. Recyclables can be separated on site and processed or the materials can be shipped to mills. This includes paper, plastic, metals, glass, wood, organics, road materials, etc.). Material that cannot be processed by the Company or the Tenant Companies will be transferred to the Superplasmic Field Generating Plant and transformed into energy and carbon ash.
MANUFACTURING: The Company will coordinate the manufacturing of environmentally friendly products as part of the Product Stream, arrange for the employment of the necessary workers, integrate the marketing, distribution and sale of products as necessary to insure integrated support of the surrounding community.
GENERATOR: The Company operates the Superplasmic Field Generator in the Remediation Park. This technology provides further retrieval of precious substances at the molecular level and, for the remaining substances, disassembles their molecular structure turning them into energy and ash. The ash is collected on an electric grab-grid for industrial use. An average of forty percent (40%) of the energy produced by the Generator goes into the operation of the Park. The other sixty percent (60%) is available for community use.
RESEARCH CENTER: The Site Company will establish or partner with Research Centers to provide information and technological assistance to itself and to tenant companies in order to keep the Parks on the cutting edge. The Research Center will function independently and will be financed through diverse sources, including corporate and private foundation contributions, memberships, subscription revenues and fees for services.
FINANCING: The Remediation Park requires initial financing and becomes self-financing usually within one year (yield is dependent on the revenue from material streams being processed by the Park).
REVENUE: The Company will generate income revenue from:
- Lease fees from tenants, as a percentage of gross income generated per tenant (The Company's estimated gross lease income: $10 million / year /tenant/ Park) and the average number of tenants will range from 10 to 25 per Park.
- Profits of the MRF operation (Company estimated gross MRF income: $5 million / year / Park),
- Profits of the energy center operation, including energy sales (Company estimated gross Energy Center income: $18 million / Park / year),
- Profits of the research center operations (Company estimated gross Research Center income: $2 million / Park / year).
- Operating costs (Company estimated total costs: $11 million/Park/year)
TOTAL ESTIMATED COMPANY ANNUAL NET INCOME: $124 million / Park. (see Cash Flow Projection below)
ACADEMY EARNINGS: The Academy, by contract, receives twenty percent (20%) of the revenue from the Company, which, in this example, equals $24.8 million/park/year.
While each park produces Academy earnings capable of financing an additional Remediation Park each year, by contract all Tenants will reinvest sufficient funds to establish FOUR ADDITIONAL REMEDIATION PARKS PER YEAR PER PARK. FROM THE INITIAL INVESTMENT IN ONE PARK, THE GROWTH OF ADDITIONAL PARKS BECOMES EXPONENTIAL.
PERMITTING: The company will coordinate the permitting effort for the park and each contracted tenant company at the location, utilizing inaugurate fees collected from selected / contracted tenant companies.
INITIAL INVESTMENT: The initial investment will vary from one site to another. For example, the actual figures for the site in Grandville, Michigan are as follows (see next page):
QUANTITY/MARKET DEMAND: The number of parks necessary per country will vary depending upon the population, level of industrialization, quality of roads and other factors.
IN UNITED STATES:
The estimated total annual income from 15,000 Remediation Parks in the United States: Eighteen trillion, six hundred million dollars ($18.6 trillion USD). These potential earnings create a financial basis for establishing sufficient Remediation Parks to wedge against continued pollution and thus slow rising temperatures.
In addition, millions of tons of precious resources will be retrieved and recycled into the communities, thus insuring the continued wealth of our society, zero pollution output, and the survival of future generations (see Support Data for details).
NOTE: THESE FIGURES REFLECT ONLY THE EARNINGS FROM REMEDIATION PARKS. IT DOES NOT REFLECT THE POTENTIAL EARNINGS FROM PLACEMENT OF MINI-SUPERPLASMIC FIELD GENERATORS AT THE SOURCE OF EACH INDUSTRIAL EMISSIONS COMPLEX (OUTLINE IN PROGRESS). NOR DOES IT REFLECT THE POTENTIAL EARNINGS FROM MUNICIPAL WASTE CLEANUP OR FROM SPECIFIC PRODUCT STREAMS.
The outline for the Grandville, Michigan waste remediation site contains the best-estimate figures for costs and earnings. These figures are considered conservative so actual earnings may be much greater. Earnings will vary from one site to another depending upon the type and amount of materials being processed and retrieved.
There are no restrictions on Remediation Parks other than those imposed by governmental law and environmental conditions in some specific territory. As far as we are concerned, any group may organize a Remediation Park Company in any part of the world.
This page updated on:
Monday, June 13, 2011