Goterra: Disrupting food waste management for the benefit of the planet - partnership opportunity
- Venture capitalists, equity funds, and general investors to enter into a partnership that has the potential to scale into a global solution that prevents all food waste from going to landfill, and removes the subsequently produced greenhouse gases from our environment that play a major role in climate change.
This opportunity is only for professional and sophisticated investors.^
The problem Goterra solves is the fact that the food sector generates 20% of all global greenhouse gas emissions as a result of 95% of all food waste going into landfills, a $3 billion problem annually in Australia alone. Current solutions to this problem use a lot of land, are costly, inefficient, and do not effectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Goterra's proprietary system uses insects with a robotic racking, feeding, and climate control system to process waste at scale. The modular container design can be located at a customer site or in a centralized hub, scaling easily. Food wasted is converted into two high-quality monetizable by-products, fertilizer and insect protein. For every tonne of food waste that Goterra prevents from going to landfill, approximately 1.9 tonnes of CO2-Equivalent greenhouse gases are prevented from entering the atmosphere.
With Goterra, an opportunity for venture capitalists, equity funds, and general investors to enter into a partnership that has the potential to scale into a global solution that prevents all food waste from going to landfill and removes the subsequently produced greenhouse gases from our environment that contribute to climate change.
Currently there is no other viable, scalable, climate-friendly, and cost-effective food waste management solution whilst there is increasing regulatory and consumer pressure to address food waste greenhouse gas emissions.
Goterra already services over 15 enterprise customers in NSW, ACT, and Victoria, and is soon to deploy its first Modular Infrastructure for Biological Services, or MIBs, unit in Queensland in Q3 2023.
Furthermore, Goterra has a number of pending contracts with additional enterprise clients that are waiting for Goterra to deploy MIBs on their sites. With additional investment partnerships Goterra can fulfill these contracts sooner and accelerate scaling with more organisations around Australia and worldwide.
Goterra has developed Proprietary, tech-enabled COMPOSTING solution using robotics and software control systems.
Goterra’s MIBs system provides a unique, modular design that scales easily & cost effectively to fit a wide variety of customer needs. It can be deployed wherever food waste exists, i.e at food production facilities, distribution centers, landfills, council depots, airports, etc.
The Goterra system requires less capital than other food waste management systems, reduces waste hauling emissions and costs, and processes waste much faster than alternatives. Finally, Goterra’s MIBs solution produces high quality, monetisable byproducts in fertiliser and livestock feed, supporting food production and completing a cycle of food production - food waste creation - food waste processing - food production, and so on.
Potential other applications:
Research is currently underway that has suggested the bio-technology that our MIBs system employs may have applications in removing effluent waste from our water streams.
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