More discerning consumers have given rise to producers who are willing to innovate and meet the growing demand for all-natural, locally sourced goods. New production methods are often adopted as part of this kind of innovation. According to a report by the , the “demand for organic products was strong or moderate in most parts of the country, and managers felt more organic farmers were needed to meet consumer demand in many States.” As this market continues to grow, now is the time to add a new revenue stream by creating sustainable products from your organic waste.
In this eGuide, Turning Organic Waste into Value Added Products, you will learn the process and benefits of turning excess wood and animal bones into biochar, bone char, and all-natural BBQ charcoal. In addition, discover just how easy it is to adopt them as new sources of income.
If you are interested in finding out more, contact Scott Bagley at 740-818-4017 and discover how your organic waste can be converted into profit.