The United States produces more than 267 million tons of solid waste every year, most of which goes into landfills, causing greenhouse gases that pollute our atmosphere. Organic waste, plastic, paper, and metals can all be processed and converted into renewable energy in Samaha Group’s proprietary “waste to energy” recycling process---all powered by the waste itself. Even the water extracted from the waste is recycled and returned to aquifers or used for agricultural purposes.
We are proud to be on the Samaha Group team in its plan to bring technological innovation to treating waste in America.
The health of our soil is important to the future of the planet. Without healthy soil farmers can’t grow healthy, productive crops. Plants are fed by the interaction of thousands of species in the microbiome of healthy soil. Symsoil products help farmers work with nature and the soil microbe biome to create the ideal sustenance plants need to thrive. We are proud to be supporters of this dynamic company as it revolutionizes farming practices.
Noted “solutions journalist” Jurriaan Kamp publishes KampSolutions magazine, dedicated to bringing innovative thinking about a range of issues vital to our planet to your attention. Among these is a relatively new technology that converts rocks into paper. The process, developed in China, creates a usable paper (KampSolutions magazine is printed on it) without killing trees or using water---and the paper is completely biodegradable, so almost no waste is created. The potential for stone paper to help reduce waste is enormous, especially in the packaging industry. We are proud to be supporters and promoters of this new technology.
Keiretsu Forum is the largest angel investor organization in the world with 53 chapters on four continents. Over the years Keiretsu Forum has provided the capital for growth-stage companies that are having a major impact with innovative new products and scientific solutions to the challenges the world faces. We are proud to be supporters of the San Francisco chapter for the past eleven years.