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Incinerator Replacement Technology Ltd specialises in systems that provide environmentally cleaner  alternatives to traditional incineration. Paul Smith Head of Development – IRTL www.irtl.co.uk Paul.Smith @irtl.co.uk. Making Deserts Bloom from Waste. What is the problem?

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Making deserts bloom from waste

Incinerator Replacement Technology Ltd specialises in systems that provide environmentally cleaner alternatives to traditional incineration.

Paul Smith

Head of Development – IRTL

www.irtl.co.uk

Paul.Smith@irtl.co.uk

Making Deserts Bloom from Waste


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What is the problem? systems that provide

The World needs more Food

The World needs more productive land

What is the Solution?

Protein Based Super Absorber (PBSA)

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Making deserts bloom from waste

  • PBSA – Facts systems that provide

  • Processed from Abattoir WASTE protein

  • Fertiliser NPK 5.4-6.6-4.2.

  • PBSA holds 20 times its own volume in water

  • Sandy soil requires 66% less water to maintain moisture

  • Up to 60% Less Leachate of Fertiliser

  • Plants survive 9 days longer without watering

  • Increase in soil microbial populations

  • Ideal for arid land soil

  • Unique soil stabilising properties

  • Increased plant growth


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Current Position systems that provide

  • Investment to Date: £900,000 (sourced by grant funding and private investors)

  • Manufacturing process proven

  • PBSA properties proven in Glasshouse trials

  • Ongoing field proving trials with:

    • Camelina SA (Spain)

    • David Austin Roses (UK)

    • Government of Qatar

    • Hong Kong Government Environmental Protection Department

    • Burston Nurseries Ltd (UK)

Financials

Projected Gross Profit:

2014: £0m

2015: £0.95m

2016: £3.5m

2020: £19m Royalties

Funding Requirement:

£400,000 initially

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Supporters systems that provide

The Team

Chairman

Duncan Foster

Technical Director

Michael Morris-Watson

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  • Chief Scientific Officer

  • Dr Arjomand Gharenghani

Consultant Plant Pathologist

Prof Avice Hall