Norman Steisel Examines Organic Waste Recycling

Norman Steisel contemplates organic waste recycling. By definition, organic waste is anything that comes from plants or animals that is decomposable or biodegradable. With EnEssCo Strategies’ objective of leveraging prospects in building green businesses, it is working on creating biogas. Essentially, biogas is any gas fuel ensuing from the deterioration (decay) of organic matter. Consequently, biogas can be employed for heating and cooling needs and power generation. Additionally, it can be directed into the natural gas (NG) grid. The most standard gases produced are carbon dioxide and methane.

Organic waste recycling will benefit from the Company’s know-how and practical experience in other vital areas. The Company has previously been used to develop and apply financial and strategic marketing plans for businesses in a wide assortment of sectors. These include advanced wireless voice & data technologies, supply chain management, outsourcing services, bio-tech, and waste water treatment.

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