Presentation on theme: "Future Organics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Future Environmental, Inc. who owns and operates a fleet of over 200 trucks, trailers, vacuum tankers and."— Presentation transcript:
Future Organics is a wholly owned subsidiary of Future Environmental, Inc. who owns and operates a fleet of over 200 trucks, trailers, vacuum tankers and industrial service equipment. Future Environmental has over 220 employees and primarily services the petroleum, chemical and related industries.
At the present time, Future Organics operates a fleet of 8 vehicles exclusively for organic by-product collection and we primarily collect from; Grocery Stores Cafeterias Restaurants Nursing homes Hospitals Schools and Universities Food Production & Packaging Plants
Within the last three years, Future Organics has; Greatly increased customer base and now services over 300 customers in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Indiana; Diverted over 30,000,000 pounds (15,000 tons) per year of organic material from landfill in Ohio alone. Assisted Cincinnati area schools with organic diversion programs. Been instrumental in developing comprehensive waste management recycling plans for several customers. Coming Soon…Curbside Collection of Source Separated Organics
The Newest Addition To Our Fleet
We have made tremendous progress in Ohio. There are more; Composting Facilities Anaerobic Digesters Animal Feed Programs than when we started three years ago.
But How Do We Make Organics Recycling Really Work? As a community, state and country, we need to want to do this…it can’t be just about the money…because it can cost more! As a transporter, ROUTE DENSITY is the key…we can shave our fees when we add customers on the same routes. And we have, for the most part, our fees are about 25-40% less than when we started.
In Conclusion The Transporters, Composters, Anaerobic Digesters and Animal Feed Programs cannot do it alone… We need the generators of organic byproducts to have a desire to eliminate this type of material from the landfill and put this type of material back into use. Thank You
For Additional Information Please Contact: Brock Reinhard, General Manager Cell