Little-known biotech’s disruptive agritech breakthrough…
Transforms Compostable Waste In to Pure Food Fuel
The company behind this breakthrough turns massive quantities of organic waste into desperately needed – and locally sourced – organic fertilizer.
The company behind this breakthrough turns massive quantities of organic waste into desperately needed – and locally sourced – organic fertilizer.
Better yet, it can make this fertilizer without having to buy ingredients such as ammonia, nitrate and potash that are soaring in price and are harder and harder to get.
And to top it all off, cities are actually paying the company to take the waste off their hands.
All this could catapult the company into a billion-dollar player in the fertilizer industry.
Here’s why it could also bring impressive returns to early investors over the next 18 months no matter what the market is doing.
This breakthrough agritech takes worthless household waste and transforms it into high-value organic fertilizer. And it could propel the company behind it into a major industry player over the next few years.
A little-known agricultural biotech company has developed a breakthrough technology that transforms large volumes of source-separated organic waste into 100% organic compost or liquid fertilizer.
This tech is so impressive — and so critical to helping feed the world — that it could drive the company’s revenue into the hundreds of millions of dollars over the next few years.
And that makes the company’s stock a potentially highly profitable investment opportunity for you — one that could help you do well, while also doing some real good in the world.
You see, this fertilizer is desperately needed to feed a hungry world. And it will help increase food security and erase recent food shortages.
That’s because farmers who have been devastated by fertilizer supply chain disruptions will be able to get the fertilizer they need to grow their crops. And they won’t have to pay through the nose to get what they need.
Better yet, this new fertilizer could also reduce the world’s dangerous dependence on Russia for the raw materials needed to make traditional chemical fertilizers…
…and stop Russia from using that dependence as an economic weapon against Europe and the United States.
Perhaps best of all, the company doesn’t even have to give a second thought to the supply chain disruptions that have reduced the worldwide supply of chemical fertilizer.
It has easy access to an almost unlimited supply of raw materials — and it gets them free of charge
The company’s cost for raw materials is almost zero because cities are actually paying it to divert household waste away from landfills and to turn it into fertilizer.
Cities are doing this because they’re desperate to reduce methane emissions from landfills…
…emissions that have been implicated in climate change…
…and that are largely caused by the decay of household waste.
In other words, the company is poised to make a killing off the fear of climate change.
Better yet, my analysis shows that this could mean nice profits for early investors in the company behind this lifesaving new agritech — even in the face of a looming recession and rising inflation…
…and even if — like me — you’re not even all that concerned about climate change.
A red hot recommendation for my subscribers — and for you too.
The biotech behind the new technology I’ve been telling you about is SusGlobal Energy Corp. (OTCQB: SNRG) — and I’m now suggesting that subscribers to my Streetlight Confidential Newsletter consider adding it to their portfolios.
And in the next few pages I’ll reveal why you should consider it as well.
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And now, after a careful analysis, we’ve made SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG) our next red hot stock pick.
During my research into the company, I carefully studied and analyzed the company’s numbers…
…and I grilled the management team multiple times, putting their feet to the fire with hard questions about the fertilizer market, the company’s new technology and its products.
And I was more than a little impressed because SusGlobal has a number of advantages that I believe could make it a worthwhile investment for you.
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How the company turns trash into treasure
Cost to produce fertilizer have soared to nine-year highs
As I mentioned, the key to SusGlobal’s success is a remarkable technological breakthrough that literally converts organic waste into fertilizer.
What do I mean by “organic waste?” Simply this: Organic waste is any biodegradable material that comes from plants or animals. This includes leftover food, egg shells, apple cores, banana peels, old flowers, yard trimmings, etc. In other words, a lot of stuff that typically goes into your garbage can and off to the dump.
Believe it or not, the average municipality generates 40,000 to 60,000 metric tons of this waste every single year.
And as it decays, it produces the greenhouse gas methane. In fact, municipal solid waste landfills are the third-largest source of human-related methane emissions in the United States
As a result, cities are frantically passing regulations mandating that these materials be recycled, composted or converted into energy.
Enter SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG).
In their desperation to get rid of all this waste, cities pay SusGlobal to take it off their hands and to convert it into organic fertilizer.
The average municipality generates 40,000 to 60,000 metric tons of household waste every year, giving SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG) an almost unlimited supply of raw materials it can turn into organic fertilizer.
Profit Margins Even Apple Computer Can Only Dream Of
And there’s so much of this trash, SusGlobal can get its hands on an almost unlimited supply without having to spend a dime.
As a result, the company boasts a truly mouthwatering profit margin. Get this: For every $1,000 in revenue the company generates, it has to spend just $112 in raw goods.
That’s a whopping 88% profit margin. By comparison, Apple — the most profitable company on the planet in 2022 — has a profit margin of around 54% on the iPhone.
Meanwhile, traditional fertilizer companies such as Scotts Miracle-Gro and CF Industries are only able to put up a profit margin of around 10%.
Apple may be the most profitable company in the world, but its margin on the iPhone is meager compared to the 88% profit margin earned by SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG) on fertilizer.
It’s Already Happening… Right Now
And let me be clear: This isn’t some Green New Deal pie-in-the-sky pipe dream that won’t happen for years and years.
It’s already happening. SusGlobal is already using its proven technology to transform this trash into fertilizer…
…and you can now buy private labeled versions of SusGro™ — the company’s flagship product — at Home Depot, Lowes and many other places.
Furthermore, SusGro™ is such a great product that Lucintel, a global research firm, awarded it the 2021 Product Innovation Award in the fertilizer market.
And the company is growing rapidly. It currently has two major processing facilities. Both are strategically located on the outskirts of one of the most populated regions of Canada.
The first is in Belleville, Eastern Ontario. It has the capacity to process 120,000 metric tons of organic waste every year. That’s enough to manufacture 30,000 metric tons of fertilizer.
SusGlobal Energy’s (OTCQB: SNRG) flagship product is already on the shelves and available for sale. Furthermore, Home Depot and Lowes both offer private label versions in their stores.
This plant currently operates at 25% capacity — but is ramping up production as demand rises.
The second facility is in Hamilton, Western Ontario, and upon completion will be able to process 65,000 metric tons of organic waste per year — enough to manufacture 65,000,000 liters of organic fertilizer
The Hamilton facility is 27% complete will begin operating in early 2024, when it’s expected to generate $100 million revenue.
The company also plans to build Anaerobic Digesters on these sites to produce renewable natural gas.
The Right Place at the Right Time
Perhaps most importantly for the company, its SusGro™ product is flying off the shelf as demand soars.
There are a number of factors behind this rising demand.
I already mentioned the soaring price of hard-to-get raw materials for chemical fertilizers.
For example, potash, which was just $300 a ton in early 2021, has more than doubled in price to around $700 a ton. Ammonia and urea have seen similar price increases.
And it’s no wonder. According to the U.N., in 2021 Russia was the second largest exporter of potash and phosphorus fertilizers, and the largest exporter of nitrogen fertilizers.
Svein Holsether, CEO of Norwegian chemical company Yara International, has repeatedly warned that the world’s reliance on Russia for fertilizer threatens more disruption of food supply in the future.
Sanctions, boycotts and embargoes in response to the invasion of Ukraine have slashed Russian exports — driving prices through the roof and leading to frightening shortages.
This has already translated into higher prices for chemical fertilizer, and, not surprisingly, higher food prices, too. And that’s on top of the inflation that is already taking a bite out of your pocketbook.
While things have improved slightly in recent months, agricultural experts at the University of Illinois warn that “further disruptions within the market, from escalating global tensions to supply chain disruptions, could lead to fertilizer price increases.”
Though fertilizer prices have stabilized over the last few months, world leaders are determined to reduce the world’s dangerous dependence on Russia for the raw materials needed to make fertilizer. And that’s good news for SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG) because it gets all its raw materials from the local dump.
Interest in Organic Farming is Soaring
Better yet, there’s another exploding megatrend that has nothing to do with what’s happening in Russia and Europe.
More and more farmers and individuals are turning to organic fertilizers as an alternative to the chemical fertilizers that are more widely used.
These choices are driven by the increased consumption of organic food, as well as and products such as grapes (for wine) and cannabis that require organic fertilizer. The sector also benefits from favorable government rules and regulations.
Many of these farmers are also driven by the impact chemical fertilizers have on the environment. Some of those negative side effects include groundwater pollution, soil compaction and nutrient-rich runoff that often leads to an overgrowth of aquatic plants and algae in nearby bodies of water.
However, with SusGro™, farmers don’t have to worry about any of those issues.
No wonder the organic fertilizer market is exploding. Research by Lucintel shows that the organic fertilizer market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 11.2% from 2021 to 2026 to $15 billion.
No wonder the organic fertilizer market is exploding. Research by Lucintel shows that it’s expected to grow 83% from 2021 to 2027.
SusGlobal is Powerfully Positioned as a Leader in the Circular Economy
If you haven’t already started hearing the phrase “circular economy” in investing circles, you will soon. Governments around the globe and some large corporations have already bought into the concept, and this economic model is starting to build some momentum.
The elevator pitch is that a circular economy focuses on recycling, reusing and repurposing of existing products and materials … as opposed to the “use and discard” model of the more prevalent “linear economy.”
According to Accenture, a global consulting firm that helps companies achieve environmental goals, the circular economy presents a unique market opportunity that could be worth up to $4.5 trillion by 2030.
Governments view this circular economy model as one way of meeting so-called “green” goals … and in the United States and Canada alone, they’re throwing billions upon billions of dollars at hitting these targets.
Savvy investors are positioning themselves to catch some of that money.
And, by transforming discarded organic waste into useful fertilizer, SusGlobal is becoming a posterchild for this new way of doing things.
In fact, the company was recently recognized by Sitra — the Finnish Innovation Fund — as one of 39 inspiring circular economy solutions from around the globe.
Bottom line: Investing in SusGlobal Energy gives you an opportunity to potentially profit from rising interest in transitioning to a more circular economy.
And it doesn’t really matter if you or I think the circular economy is much ado about nothing. What matters is that, like it or not, the world is moving in that direction and governments all over the world are spending hundreds of billions of dollars to make it happen.
So instead of worrying or complaining about megatrends that I can’t change or control, I look for ways to profit instead — and SusGlobal Energy fits the bill almost perfectly.
Multiple Income Streams Give SusGlobal a Unique “Triple Dip” Revenue Opportunity
The company is also generating a significant secondary stream of revenue thanks to another important trend — the growing international market for carbon credits.
Large carbon emitting companies buy these credits to offset their own carbon footprints. These are mostly virtue-signaling PR efforts, but the money that changes hands is very real.
SusGlobal Energy is able to generate and sell these credits based on the weight of the organic waste it diverts away from landfills and processes at its facilities.
A third-party registry audits that weight and calculates the amount of carbon credits the company can sell.
In Canada, carbon credits are currently worth up to $50 per metric ton. However, new legislation is expected to increase their value to $170 per ton by 2030.
Considering that SusGlobal’s two facilities have the capacity to process more than 185,000 metric tons per year, these credits could be worth as much as $31 million in added revenue that goes straight to the bottom line profits after taxes.
Can we revise this section to recap all three revenue streams for the company? 1. Paid to receive organic waste 2. Paid for fertilizer 3. Paid for carbon credits
A Top-Notch Management Team with the Background, Experience and Expertise to Lead SusGlobal to Success
In my view, you can’t consider a company analysis complete unless you take a careful look at the quality of a company’s management team. It’s a key indicator of its chances for success.
For that reason, I always do a deep dive into the background of the management team to ensure they have the experience, talent and leadership to lead the company to success and to generate a nice return for investors.
In fact, it’s one of the first things we look at when analyzing a company.
It’s more exciting, of course, to talk about a groundbreaking new product or technology. But in our experience, a strong management team is just as important.
More than once, we’ve seen a subpar management team take a company with blockbuster potential and drive it straight into the ground via weak leadership, poor planning and a multitude of bad decisions.
And a careful look at the team leading SusGlobal Energy (OTCQB: SNRG) reveals that they have what we’re looking for. Take a look:
Marc M. Hazout
Founder, Executive Chairman, President & CEO
Marc brings over 25 years of experience in public markets, finance and business operations to SusGlobal Energy. He’s been involved in acquiring, restructuring and providing management services, as both a Director and an Officer, to several publicly traded companies. And since he’s one of the founding members, shareholders can rest assured he’s working for them.
Chief Financial Officer
Ike is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 25 years of experience. He’s worked with manufacturing, automotive, technology, telecommunications and insurance companies. And served as Chief Financial Officer and Controller in the mining and financial services sectors for companies with global operations and multiple filing jurisdictions.
Rintoul served as Senior Vice President of Operations at Veolia North America and previously held senior executive positions with environmental and industrial corporations such as Philip Services Corporation, The Churchill Corporation, CEDA International Corporation, and Strike Energy Services. Mr. Rintoul also previously served on the Board of Directors for CEDA International Corporation in addition to his CEO and President responsibilities.
Furthermore, SusGlobal has a range of directors with experience in nuclear waste management and the oil industry.
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There you have it… an agritech breakthrough that’s disrupting the fertilizer industry and reducing our dependence on Russia… a valuable product with zero raw material cost that the SusGlobal is actually paid to produce… multiple revenue streams… booming demand and a growing market… and a proven leadership team.
It’s a unique combination of factors that have come together to convince me that SusGlobal Energy Corp (OTCQB: SNRG) could potentially be quite profitable for investors who buy the company’s bargain-priced shares today.
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