Agriculture, Nature

Projects for the production of vegetable and animal products, taking account of recognized standards in terms of sustainability

Water cleaning system with Micro algae breeding system, Vietnam and Cambodia (Vietnam and Cambodia)

from 02/2016 expected till 12/2017

Production of micro algae in a high efficient breeding system. Maintenance of the technical equipment. Operating of a own system for energy supply of renewable energy for a positive energy balance. Integration of equipment for partial refining the biomass and end products.
Man power of more then 1200.

Donation account, FAF Investment (Cambodia) Co. Ltd.
USD: currency Acount
Bank Name: Maybank (Cambodia) Plc.
City: Phnom Penh Cambodia
DDA NO. 36782067
Account No. 00006/02/000291/05
Intermediary Bank: Citibank N.A.
Field 56A: 111 Wall Street, New York
New York 10043, U.S.A.
Swift: CITIUS33
FED ABA:021000089
CHIPS ID: 0008

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ALPAG Micro-Algae, Germany, Europe (Europe)

from 11/2015 expected till 11/2020

Environmentally sound Cultivation of highly pure Micro-Algae in a controlled closed Culture System under Quality Management Standards ISO 9001 and HACCP (ISO 2200 Series of Standards)

Intensive orchard establishing and development of apple/fruit, Vinnytsya region (Ukraine)

from 09/2015 expected till 12/2018

The projects are intended to grow fruit and out of it to create minimum 2.500 new jobs for people in rural regions where there is no possibility to have a reasonable income through a job for an honest human being. Growing fruit asks a huge number of employees for hand work

Energy, Recycling

Projects mainly in the field of renewable energy, use of new technologies and the use of waste for the production of gasoline, diesel and electricity and electricity storage

Waste treatment to clean energy, El Rancho (Guatemala)

from 09/2015 expected till 12/2025

In the center of a strong reforestation and agricultural region initiator can convert any organic matter, be it cellulose based natural biomass or synthetics like plastics or tires. As airlines are obligated to use 15% synthetic kerosene already rising to 50% in 2050 there is a huge demand for synthetic kerosene and rather no supply so far. This would have a strong impact on the reduction of fossil fuel in aviation. Finally the employment of roundabout 680 permanent workers plus supporting 2000 workers in the feedstock producing industry will have a significant impact on a region with poor employment options.

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