Protein From Waste and Local Crops (PFW) is a model project that addresses three aspects of importance for small countries struggling to: reduce imports (specifically food and fuel), create employment in sustainable livestock agriculture and recycle noxious waste products heretofore not utilized or neutralized.
In May of 2012 the project produced its first product, a fish meal based high protein supplement that has been lab tested and proven to be very valuable (protein is by far the most expensive component in animal feed). This was achieved using all free inputs including fuel.
This information provided here explains the process and will attempt to show in pictures what has been done to date. The purpose of this is to attract a final round of funding to put the PFW plant into production. The Grenada Project, a small NGO has exhausted its funds accomplishing PFW's 'proof of concept' status. Production will require trucks, tanks, pumps, bins, elevators, condensers and spares. All the major unknowns are behind us and what remains is quite conventional and with proper funding, easily acquired and assembled.
Founded in 1994, The Grenada Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in the United States to help the less fortunate on the Island of Grenada. Over the past 17 years, TGP has raised and funded projects worth over a million dollars. The founder and director of the organization, Mr. James Aronson, has been directly involved in overseeing these projects and working with the recipients on the ground.
If you would like to contact the Grenada Project, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send us postage at either of the addresses below.
PO Box 4005
St. George's, Grenada
The Grenada Project
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