Organic benefits – Sari Organik http://sari-organik.com/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 12:53:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://sari-organik.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Organic benefits – Sari Organik http://sari-organik.com/ 32 32 Organic Garage Reports Third Quarter Results https://sari-organik.com/organic-garage-reports-third-quarter-results/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 12:30:00 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/organic-garage-reports-third-quarter-results/ TORONTO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Organic Garage Ltd. (“Bio Garage“or the”Society”) (TSXV: OG, OTCQX: OGGFF, FRA: 9CW1), a leading independent organic grocer in Canada and a developer of herbal products, is pleased to report the Company’s financial results for the quarter ended October 31, 2021 (“Q3”). The Company has a year-end on January 31. Third […]]]>

TORONTO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Organic Garage Ltd. (“Bio Garage“or the”Society”) (TSXV: OG, OTCQX: OGGFF, FRA: 9CW1), a leading independent organic grocer in Canada and a developer of herbal products, is pleased to report the Company’s financial results for the quarter ended October 31, 2021 (“Q3”). The Company has a year-end on January 31.

Third Quarter Financial Results (comparison with the quarter ended October 31, 2020):

  • Gross margin increased from 30.4% to 31.3%;
  • Cash balance $ 2.1 million compared to $ 1.6 million as of January 31, 2021 and $ 0.8 million as of October 31, 2020;
  • Sales declined from $ 6.9 million to $ 5.9 million as the impact of Covid-19 overstocking eased. Total third quarter sales did not include any significant contribution from Future of Cheese due to the timing of the Company’s product launch at the end of the third quarter;
  • Adjusted net loss1 less an adjusted net loss of $ 117,801 to – $ 288,230;
  • Salaries and administrative benefits decreased by 10.0% due to improved efficiency;
  • After October 31, 2021 the company received cash proceeds of $ 361,350 from the exercise of the warrants, resulting in a cash balance of approximately $ 2.4 million suitable for storefront growth as well as newly launched Future of Cheese SKUs.

Net loss: The Company recorded a net loss of $ 814,550 for the quarter ended October 31, 2021, compared to a net loss of $ 117,801 for the quarter ended October 31, 2020. The decrease is mainly related to lower sales, not stock-based cash compensation and costs incurred during the refurbishment of one of the Company’s locations (which also affected sales of that location), offset by improved gross margins, lower wages and administrative benefits and transportation costs associated with the phase-out of the Company’s warehouse operations.

The Company completed its transition to a decentralized distribution model in April 2021 and successfully entered into an agreement to sublet the facility located at 50 Akron Road for the remainder of the lease term. During the quarter ended October 31, 2021, the Company’s additional savings amounted to approximately $ 187,000, consisting primarily of savings related to salaries and benefits, transportation and rent.

Matt Lurie, CEO of Organic Garage, commented: “We are satisfied with our third quarter results and the financial and strategic positions in which the company ended the calendar year. We continue to see strong results in our gross margin thanks to management’s concise and methodical purchasing strategies. Improving our margins while dealing with increased inflationary pressures, supply management issues and labor shortages was a significant achievement during the quarter.

“Our handpicked list of partners has garnered excellent feedback from our customers and our recent addition of non-alcoholic beer, wine and spirits through our partnership with Rival House Limited will undoubtedly enhance the shopping experience. in our stores.

“We incurred certain significant non-cash and non-recurring expenses during the quarter, as well as additional expenses incurred to renovate one of our old locations to be in line with the Company’s new locations. We believe these capital expenses and costs will translate into improved operations and improved customer experience.

“Management continues to focus on gradually reducing operating expenses while maintaining and improving our product and service offering. The savings associated with the phase-out of our warehouse continued throughout the quarter, providing management with additional financial flexibility.

“During the quarter and beyond, our online deliveries saw strong demand and positive feedback from customers who are now able to order online from a large geographic footprint.

“Future of Cheese operations continue to scale up and we were extremely pleased to officially launch our butters line at select retailers in Ontario in October, as well as the successful launch of our plant-based brie and infused butter at. the truffle in December. The products have been in high demand and have been very positively received by retail customers and our restaurant partners. It has been very gratifying to see our products on the shelves not only of Organic Garage, but other retailers and partners, and we look forward to building on the success to date.

About Organic Garage Ltd.

Organic Garage (TSXV: OG, OTCQX: OGGFF, FRA: 9CW1) is one of the leading independent organic grocers in Canada and is committed to providing its customers with a wide selection of healthy and natural products at affordable prices every day. The Company’s stores are located in premier retail locations designed to provide customers with an inclusive, unique and value-driven grocery experience. Founded in 2005 by a fourth generation grocer, Organic Garage is headquartered in Toronto. The Company is focused on continuing to expand its business footprint in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information, please visit the Organic Garage website at www.garageorganique.com.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Non-IFRS financial measures

This press release contains references to certain non-IFRS financial measures. These non-IFRS measures do not have any standardized meanings prescribed by International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and are therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. Therefore, they should not be viewed in isolation, in addition to, or as a substitute for or superior to measures of financial performance prepared in accordance with IFRS.

Caution regarding forward-looking statements

This press release contains certain forward-looking statements and information (collectively referred to herein as “forward-looking statements”) within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities laws. All statements other than statements of present or historical fact are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are often, but not always, identified by the use of words such as “anticipate”, “achieve”, “could”, “believe”, “plan”, “intend”, “objective” , “Continue”, “in progress”, “estimate”, “outlook”, “expect”, “could”, “will”, “plan”, “should” or similar words, including their negative aspects , suggesting future results.

Forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of Organic Garage, which may cause actual results, level of activity, the performance or achievements of Organic Garage differ materially from those expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. Although Organic Garage has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated. , estimated or planned. In this press release, Organic Garage makes forward-looking statements regarding, but not limited to: the improvement in the shopping experience resulting from the recent addition of beer, wine and non-alcoholic spirits; translating significant non-cash and non-recurring expenses as well as renovation expenses into improved operations and improved customer experience; and building on the success of the Future of Cheese to date.

Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve a number of risks and uncertainties, some of which are described herein. Such forward-looking statements necessarily involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause Organic Garage’s actual performance and results to differ materially from any projection of future performance or results expressed or implied by such statements. prospective. All forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and, except as required by law, Organic Garage assumes no obligation to publicly update or revise such statements to reflect new information, subsequent or not.

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1 Adjusted net loss is a non-IFRS measure of financial performance. Adjusted net loss is net loss and other comprehensive income adjusted for non-cash charges, non-cash stock-based compensation and non-recurring non-operating charges.


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Market dynamics, value chain analysis, trade analysis, technology trends, key patents, standards and frameworks, case studies / use cases https://sari-organik.com/market-dynamics-value-chain-analysis-trade-analysis-technology-trends-key-patents-standards-and-frameworks-case-studies-use-cases/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 12:28:00 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/market-dynamics-value-chain-analysis-trade-analysis-technology-trends-key-patents-standards-and-frameworks-case-studies-use-cases/ Dublin, December 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Micro-LED Market with Covid-19 Impact Analysis by Application (Display (Smartwatch, NTE Device, Smartphone & Tablet, TV, Digital Signage), Lighting (General, Automotive)), Display Panel Size, vertical and region – Forecast to 2027 “ the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global micro-LED market is estimated at […]]]>

Dublin, December 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Global Micro-LED Market with Covid-19 Impact Analysis by Application (Display (Smartwatch, NTE Device, Smartphone & Tablet, TV, Digital Signage), Lighting (General, Automotive)), Display Panel Size, vertical and region – Forecast to 2027 “ the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global micro-LED market is estimated at USD 592 million in 2021 and will reach USD 21,169 million by 2027, with a CAGR of 81.5% between 2021 and 2027.

The expected penetration of micro-LED displays in NTE devices and high-end smartphones are the key factors that will accelerate the growth of the micro-LED market during the forecast period. Likewise, the growing demand for wearable displays for smartwatches and headsets (HMDs) is expected to create lucrative opportunities for players in the micro LED market. However, the lack of patents and a proper supply chain are expected to hold back the growth of the market.

Near-to-Eye (NTE) devices will see the greatest growth in the coming years

Near-to-Eye (NTE) device is expected to account for the largest share of the overall micro-LED display market by 2027. The growth of this segment can be attributed to the high demand for AR / VR devices. In addition, brighter, more energy-efficient LEDs are needed for NTE devices. Micro-LED fulfills this need and hence the application of NTE devices is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

Consumer electronics vertical set to hold largest share in 2027

Consumer electronics is expected to dominate in terms of market share during the forecast period. The consumer electronics market has seen the emergence of a large number of start-ups, with significant investments in R&D. Such developments are likely to lead to significant growth in the micro LED market. In addition, there is an increasing demand for electronics with low power consumption, which is one of the advantages offered by micro LEDs.

APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the global micro-LED market during the forecast period (2021-2027)

APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the overall micro LED market. The fastest growing APAC micro-LED market is expected to be driven by the growing interest of electronics giants in APAC to adopt micro-LED technology.

Research coverage

This research report categorizes the Micro LED market by Application, Vertical, Panel Size, and Region. The report also describes the drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges in this market. Further, the report includes value chain analysis, carrier five force analysis, trade analysis, ecosystem, technology trends, key patents, standards and frameworks, and case studies / use cases.

Market dynamics

  • Conductors

    • Growing demand for brighter, more energy efficient billboards

    • Growing application of micro-LED displays in near-eye devices (NTE)

    • Growing adoption of micro-LED displays in high-end smartphones

    • Growing interest of electronics giants in micro-LED technology

  • Constraints

    • Limited patents and inadequate supply chain

    • Growing demand for organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs)

    • Strong growth in flexible screens market and increasing adoption of folded screens for smartphones in near future

  • Opportunities

    • Manufacture of Micro-LEDs on Large Silicon Wafers

    • Growing demand for wearable displays for smartwatches and head-mounted displays (HMDs)

    • High penetration of micro-LED products in the display panel market

  • Challenges

    • High investment requirement and need for different manufacturing processes and equipment calculability

    • Low efficiency, high cost and the need to improve micro-LED production and mass transfer processes

    • Trade-off between volume and pixel size

Profiled companies

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How to Maximize Dairy Manure https://sari-organik.com/how-to-maximize-dairy-manure/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 07:58:22 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/how-to-maximize-dairy-manure/ My previous column was about the first steps you need to take to deal with and relieve some of the pressure of high fertilizer prices. Now is the time to seize a change that livestock farms, especially those that produce a lot of manure, can make to reduce or completely offset their fertilizer while supporting […]]]>

My previous column was about the first steps you need to take to deal with and relieve some of the pressure of high fertilizer prices. Now is the time to seize a change that livestock farms, especially those that produce a lot of manure, can make to reduce or completely offset their fertilizer while supporting high crop yields.

The first step is to recognize that manure is your main source of nutrients.

Calculations I did several years ago showed that for many farms, especially in New York State, more fertilizer is coming to the grain truck than the fertilizer truck. This is especially true for farms with low forage diets – less than 60% – which import a lot of feed.

Even with a daily application of manure, there are steps you can take to maximize the reuse of these nutrients.

Break down nutrients

Manure contains 20 to 30 pounds of nitrogen per 1,000 gallons – with half the volatile ammonia and half the organic nitrogen. About 35% of organic nitrogen is available by decomposition the following year. So you potentially have 10 to 15 pounds of ammonia N, plus 3.5 to 5.25 pounds of organic N per 1000 gallons.

If you spread manure daily or on the surface without immediate incorporation, you lose the 10 to 15 pounds of ammonia, but retain the organic nitrogen unless it is physically vented from the field to nearby streams. This is especially true if you are spreading it out on snowy ground.

On an 8,000 gallon per acre manure application, that means you are throwing away $ 80 to $ 120 per acre of ammonia nitrogen by not incorporating or injecting it. Instead of having 108-162 pounds of nitrogen, you only have 26-42 pounds of N. In other words, you’ve thrown away 75% of the nitrogen and now have to buy expensive fertilizer to make up for it.

Spreading without immediate incorporation means you have to apply a lot more manure to meet your nitrogen needs. This dramatically over-fertilizes phosphorus and potassium, wasting this valuable fertilizer.

Phosphorus is 8 to 10 pounds per 1,000 gallons of manure and is not lost through volatilization. Leaving manure on the surface during the winter allows a significant amount to move through streams during spring runoff.

Leaving a bare field without a living cover allows more dissolved phosphorus to move out of the field and into the water as well. Research has shown that this often occurs when manure is applied to bare soil in the fall and winter. All of this will accelerate the uneven phosphorus level on your farm.

Unless you have a sample grid or a variable rate fertilizer applicator on your planter, you’re stuck with fertilizing for the least tested part of your field to minimize yield loss. This is money wasted because the medium and high test areas get fertilizer that has no economic return to pay.

Potassium is also 20 to 30 pounds per 1,000 gallons. At 8,000 gallons per acre, that works out to 240 to 400 pounds per acre of 0-0-60 fertilizer. Potassium will attach itself to particles in the soil, so it is less likely to leave. But spreading on frozen or snow-covered ground can also allow this valuable fertilizer to leave the farm.

Manure has a wide range of fertilizer content and composition. Agitation can also have an effect on this. There is no substitute for manure sampling at the start, middle and end of emptying the storage.

The first step in management is knowing the data you are working with.

If the manure contains fertilizer equivalent to 30-10-30 per 1,000 gallons, this equals $ 59.20 per 1,000 gallons of fertilizer purchased. If you plan to apply 8,000 gallons per acre, then you are applying $ 473 per acre. This is a large number considering the high price of fertilizers.

If your commercial fertilizer applicator would randomly go out and drive across the field and spread fertilizer anywhere, you’d be rightfully angry. Why do this to you?

Think about the injection

The biggest opportunity to compensate for fertilizers is the use of manure injectors. The number and types are increasing every year as more and more farmers realize the economic and environmental benefits of this technology. By simply putting manure in the ground rather than on top, you can dramatically reduce, if not eliminate, winter losses from runoff.

Most importantly, nitrogen doesn’t volatilize with your money. Ammonia interacts with the soil exchange and stays there until the soil is warm in the spring. With the use of an ammonia inhibitor compound, it can be stored for six to eight weeks after the soil warms up before converting to nitrate.

Our research in the Delaware Watershed in New York State found that injecting manure into winter forage or cool-season grasses in November through frost could meet all of this needs. cultivation the following spring. As soon as it warms up, ammonia turns into nitrate and is quickly taken up by the roots of fast growing grasses or winter triticale. With enough manure injected, you can meet all of the crop’s fertilizer needs without it flowing into waterways or into the air.

This environmentally friendly late application leaves more room in your storage in case the spring application is delayed. With these high fertilizer prices, it doesn’t take long to pay for an injection system. The only complaint I have heard is that the farmer runs out of manure too soon.

For grass fields and winter fodder, you can still inject if you don’t have manure storage. Just take your daily spreading tanker with rolling injectors at the back in the field and start injecting. When the tank is empty, stop, lift the injectors and start again the next day with the next load until you have the field covered.

We do not suggest knife injectors due to the higher horsepower and tendency to push more stones. We suggest using a roller after the field is fertilized to push down any grass or stone that has been lifted. Go through the narrowest setting.

Avoid compaction

The downside to daily manure application is on days when the soil is too wet for traffic. Injection or surface application can damage your yields in the long run in this situation.

By keeping axle loads below 8 tonnes per acre, you can avoid deep compaction that decreases yield. Keep the tire pressure at 15 pounds per square inch to distribute the weight over a larger area and prevent surface compaction.

If you inject into patches of grass or well established winter forage, the roots will cushion the impact and distribute the weight more. As the roots grow, they exert tremendous lateral pressure to push back the compaction. Think of the roots of a tree lifting up a concrete sidewalk.

For the spring application, Quirine Ketterings, Nutrient Management Program Manager at Cornell, took the injection further by injecting in 30-inch rows and then planting the no-till or strip corn directly on these. rows. As soon as the corn seed takes root, it immediately enters the manure NPK.

The farmer she worked with was able to get maximum yield from manure alone, and Ketterings found no root burns.

Another obvious advantage is that you can inject right next to non-farm neighbors and there is no residual odor.

Good luck!

Kilcer is a Certified Crop Advisor in Kinderhook, NY


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Matcha and the benefits of longevity, according to an expert | Good + good https://sari-organik.com/matcha-and-the-benefits-of-longevity-according-to-an-expert-good-good/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 16:06:34 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/matcha-and-the-benefits-of-longevity-according-to-an-expert-good-good/ LLongevity is not about living as long as possible, but about having a high quality of life throughout old age. And one of the best ways to improve longevity is through what you eat and drink. Dr David Sinclair, PhD, Harvard professor of anti-aging and author of Lifetime, recently took to Instagram to share her […]]]>
LLongevity is not about living as long as possible, but about having a high quality of life throughout old age. And one of the best ways to improve longevity is through what you eat and drink. Dr David Sinclair, PhD, Harvard professor of anti-aging and author of Lifetime, recently took to Instagram to share her favorite hot drink: matcha. Matcha is made by grinding green tea leaves into a powder, and it has been served in Japan, China, and Korea since the 12th century. Dr Sinclair credits nutritionist to recently switch to matcha and its longevity benefits Serena poon.

The connection between matcha and longevity is in the tea’s abundance of antioxidants, but Dr Sinclair says it’s not even tea’s best superpower. “One of the healthiest drinks in the world is matcha. But not because of the antioxidants. It’s because of special plant molecules that we have named xenoormetins, made when plants are grown under unfavorable conditions,” says he in his Instagram post. “When we ingest them, they strengthen our survival defenses which fight against disease and aging.” Matcha is grown in the shade, which stresses the plants and causes them to make active compounds, says Dr. Sinclair.

Drinking matcha has many health benefits. It helps protect the kidneys, improve memory, and reduce inflammation. Matcha also has a high concentration of a compound called epigallocatechin gallate (ECGC). “The EGCG concentration of matcha is 137 times that of China Green Tips green tea and more than three times the highest value in the literature for other green teas,” said Dr. Sinclair. EGCG helps prevent cell damage and slows down aging.

In summary: “Matcha is now my hot drink of choice,” says Dr. Sinclair. It might be yours too.

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3 “Fishy” Myths About Fish Oil Supplements, Ph.D. and RD https://sari-organik.com/3-fishy-myths-about-fish-oil-supplements-ph-d-and-rd/ Wed, 22 Dec 2021 10:06:18 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/3-fishy-myths-about-fish-oil-supplements-ph-d-and-rd/ “One of the most common myths I hear is, “I don’t like fish oil because it’s fish,” says Ferira. Of course, everyone has different flavor preferences, but according to Ferira, your fish oil shouldn’t actually smell or taste. “If your fish oil smells like fishy, ​​acidic, or is very yellow, these are signs of poor […]]]>

One of the most common myths I hear is, “I don’t like fish oil because it’s fish,” says Ferira. Of course, everyone has different flavor preferences, but according to Ferira, your fish oil shouldn’t actually smell or taste. “If your fish oil smells like fishy, ​​acidic, or is very yellow, these are signs of poor purity,” she says. “It’s a sign of oxidation.” Just as olive oil in your kitchen can go rancid, so can your fish oil lose its freshness.

You see, a lot of brands are showcasing or “spiking” their products with cheaper, lower-grade types of fish oils, and those lower-grade oils have higher levels of oxidation and contaminants, Ferira explains. “[Some brands] will brag about having expensive sounding salmon or fish, but, in fact, they endow it with inferior, cheaper fish, ”she notes. “It is common.”

Oils can also become rancid during the production and transportation processes (ie into a product. “There is a great potential for oxidation and a reduced shelf life,” says Ferira.

On the other hand, the pure anchovy oil from our omega-3 + power is what we call “from take to capsule”. According to Ferira, after these sustainably sourced coldwater fish were caught from the wild in the South Pacific, Chile’s state-of-the-art facility uses 100% solar power to extract the oil in its form. of the purest and most bioavailable triglycerides, then it heads straight to the United States (i.e. minimizing its carbon footprint) to be encapsulated in our tilapia capsule. The result? A clear, slightly yellow omega-3 supplement with cutting edge purity that never tastes or smells fishy.


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Agadir MEN announces 3 unique additions to their https://sari-organik.com/agadir-men-announces-3-unique-additions-to-their/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 14:00:00 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/agadir-men-announces-3-unique-additions-to-their/ PARAMUS, NJ, December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In its quest to offer a complete head-to-toe grooming experience for men, Agadir MEN adds exceptional grooming equipment to its product line. the Sports cleanser for hair and body has active recharging elements and the added benefits of organic enzymes. Shower with a high performance formula, work […]]]>

PARAMUS, NJ, December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In its quest to offer a complete head-to-toe grooming experience for men, Agadir MEN adds exceptional grooming equipment to its product line. the Sports cleanser for hair and body has active recharging elements and the added benefits of organic enzymes. Shower with a high performance formula, work hard, play hard. Unique organic enzymes neutralize body odor, restore energy and stimulate skin hydration. Agadir MEN removes dirt and sweat, providing hair and body with a clean and fresh experience.

the invisible shaving gel is a specially formulated triple-use shaving gel with the highest quality performance ingredients. It’s a transparent gel with a luxuriously soft texture that effortlessly glides razors over skin for precision alignments. It contains oud oil for a light and smoky aromatic moisturizing scent. Finally, he has witch hazel to heal and protect. The invisible shaving gel offers an incredible shaving experience.

the Detoxifying Charcoal Soap is formulated to clean men’s skin from head to toe. It’s gentle enough to be used on the face and body, yet strong enough to absorb oils, toxins, and odors. As such, the many benefits of soap with natural activated bamboo charcoal and premium oils should come as no surprise. It’s detoxifying and cleans the deepest pores of your skin, and is super hydrating. The bar is 100% vegan with our masculine scent of oudwood oil.

Check out the full line of essential men’s supplies at www.agadirint.com

For more information, contact marina@agadirint.com

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The State will study landfill gas, human and animal waste, as “renewable natural gas” https://sari-organik.com/the-state-will-study-landfill-gas-human-and-animal-waste-as-renewable-natural-gas/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 14:15:00 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/the-state-will-study-landfill-gas-human-and-animal-waste-as-renewable-natural-gas/ State energy regulators will spend the next six months studying Michigan’s potential to harness greenhouse gases that would otherwise escape into the atmosphere. The Michigan Public Service Commission will establish a task force to study current and potential new sources of so-called “renewable natural gas” and determine how much energy could be generated to heat […]]]>

State energy regulators will spend the next six months studying Michigan’s potential to harness greenhouse gases that would otherwise escape into the atmosphere.

The Michigan Public Service Commission will establish a task force to study current and potential new sources of so-called “renewable natural gas” and determine how much energy could be generated to heat homes. The main objective is to determine the greenhouse gas reduction potential by capturing methane that emanates from landfills, human and farm animal waste, crop residues and food waste as part of efforts to achieve the state’s objective of having a carbon neutral economy by 2050.

The state legislature in September approved $ 250,000 into state funds for this study, intended to determine the costs and greenhouse gas reductions for each unit of heat that could be gleaned from RNG sources. Lawmakers want to know the development potential of these energy options and the possible obstacles.

“If you look at how that product is processed today, where it can just be released into the atmosphere, if you can kind of convert it and use it the same way natural gas is used today. You know, what’s the cost to do it? What are the advantages of doing this? What are the potential downsides to doing this and how do you see that from a greenhouse gas emissions perspective, ”said Mike Byrne, COO of MPSC.

The study aims to provide preliminary answers to such questions in its report to lawmakers.

Byrne said the idea is to get a feel for all the ways to produce RNG and Michigan’s ability to do it; regulators have already received requests for this type of project from both small producers like a dairy farm and a utility company, so he said it shows market interest.

Biogas comes from the decomposition of organic matter and can be turned into pipeline grade fuel. Methane is the second most abundant human-made greenhouse gas and is more than 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide at trapping heat in the atmosphere, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Conservationists argue that there are benefits to capturing greenhouse gases such as methane that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere by farms, wastewater treatment facilities and more. . But the concept does not come without worries.

Charlotte Jameson, policy director for the Michigan Environmental Council nonprofit, said there are elements of what RNG can achieve that can be seen as potential benefits in the fight against global warming. But she said there is a line that many people concerned about the climate crisis would rather not cross.

“There is some potential, but you know there is a lot of concern with what we call biogas or gaseous waste,” she said. “There are definitely uses that would help with decarbonization. So if there is a CAFO (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation) farm and it just gives off methane, it would be better to capture it and use it in transportation or other heavy industry . “

Jameson argues that the problem is that there are limited supplies for RNG sources without creating additional production capacity.

“It would lead to more problematic raw materials, so you start to go into burning things and capturing the methane from a thing on fire. And that’s where we start to get heartburn looking at the potential of RNG in Michigan. “

The MPSC will organize its first videoconference session of the working group responsible for this study on January 10. Those interested in participating can find more information at https://bit.ly/3oUpIIV in line. The group will begin researching Michigan’s GNR inventory and development scenarios, as well as financial and environmental analyzes.

The renewable natural gas study task force is expected to produce its interim report by the end of June, with a final report by the end of September.

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EY Accelerates Transformation at English Tea Shop Organic Using Full ESOP Model – Business News https://sari-organik.com/ey-accelerates-transformation-at-english-tea-shop-organic-using-full-esop-model-business-news/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 23:34:00 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/ey-accelerates-transformation-at-english-tea-shop-organic-using-full-esop-model-business-news/ The fireside conversation announcing the second phase of ETS ESOP – Arjuna Herath, Senior Partner and Head of Consulting, Ernst & Young, Sri Lanka and Maldives (left) and Niluza Badurdeen, Director Strategy, English Tea Shop Organic Amazon Trading Ltd.’s English Tea Shop Organic (ETS) brand, established in 2010, has been on a transformation path since […]]]>


The fireside conversation announcing the second phase of ETS ESOP – Arjuna Herath, Senior Partner and Head of Consulting, Ernst & Young, Sri Lanka and Maldives (left) and Niluza Badurdeen, Director Strategy, English Tea Shop Organic


Amazon Trading Ltd.’s English Tea Shop Organic (ETS) brand, established in 2010, has been on a transformation path since the implementation of a company-wide open book management program in 2015.
This was followed by a unique Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP) launched in 2019 to help build a “largely employee-owned organization.”
ETS says it believes employees empowered by open book management practices generally think, feel and act like business owners and help build successful organizations.
Therefore, its employees engage in the analysis and interpretation of financial statements in their weekly meetings and also participate in high-engagement scenario planning, problem-solving mini-games, and implementation. place of innovative dashboards that help improve business performance.
Phase 1 of ESOP in 2019 saw the company grant 15% of the equity stake to employees. ETS has just announced the launch of the second phase of the ESOP, increasing the actions allocated to employees by up to 30%, thus accelerating the process of achieving the ESOP. the company significantly
employee-owned business.
The benefits of moving to this model are already paying off, with the company having successfully weathered the impact of Covid-19, demonstrating strong resilience and growing rapidly.
ETS’s aspirations to do things differently by placing the goal and the well-being of people at the heart of its strategy have flourished further thanks to a strong partnership with the specialists in employee share ownership plans (ESOP) of Ernst & Young (EY) as advisers. The company mantra “Love and Prosperity Through Community” has served as a model on the path to success in the specialty and natural food markets in more than 50 countries.
ETS has won leading international awards for its approach to sustainability, including the Queen’s Award for Sustainability (UK) 2020 and the Great Game of Business (USA) All-Star International Champion in 2020. The company continues to achieve numerous accolades for his ambitious, transformative journey to inspire his community of tea lovers.
The ETS ESOP was a bespoke effort of EY to create an inclusive culture and express good faith in recognizing and rewarding the efforts of staff by allocating a stake in the capital of the company given their length of service, their individual performance and their level of importance in contributing to the creation of wealth for the organization.
The initiative also opened doors for the voice of staff to be represented at the board level. It will further allow the business to make difficult decisions such as forgoing short term benefits to achieve longer term goals, with broader support.
In a recent fireside chat announcing ESOP Phase 2, Ernst & YoungSenior Partner and Consulting Head for Sri Lanka & Maldives Arjuna Herath said: – Based on incentive plans, ETS has taken the initiative to generously allocate 30% of the total issued share capital of the company to a Trust, the beneficiaries of which are employees, at zero cost, thus respecting its commitment to its founding objective. It’s even more remarkable that even their workshop-level employees qualify for this program after only one year of service!
Participating in the fireside discussion, Niluza Badurdeen, ETS Strategy Director, said that “one of the most pressing challenges on the planet is increasing social inequalities; it is probably the greatest emergency for countries in the southern hemisphere. One of the main goals of ETS is to be a catalyst to solve this problem even in our industry.
ESOP has helped us move closer to our goal of sharing wealth by becoming an employee-owned business. By empowering our employees with knowledge and turning them into business people through our ‘great game’, we believe this will truly increase their passion and commitment by extending great value across our value chain and by creating a net positive impact on society and the environment in general. “


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2026 Trends, Size, Demand, Growth & Forecast – Fastbreak Daily https://sari-organik.com/2026-trends-size-demand-growth-forecast-fastbreak-daily/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 04:26:06 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/2026-trends-size-demand-growth-forecast-fastbreak-daily/ According to IMARC Group’s latest report “India Organic and Natural Pet Food Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, India Organic and Natural Pet Food Market of company reached a value of INR 2.5 billion in 2020 Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of 14.8% during […]]]>

According to IMARC Group’s latest report “India Organic and Natural Pet Food Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, India Organic and Natural Pet Food Market of company reached a value of INR 2.5 billion in 2020 Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to grow at a CAGR of 14.8% during 2021-2026.

Organic and Natural Pet Foods are a line of foods of plant or animal origin formulated for pets. They are commercially available as snacks, sauces, treats, liquid supplements, and kibble. Organic and natural pet foods consist of meat by-products, probiotics, vitamins, grains, minerals and seafood. They are free of antibiotics, synthetic hormones, pesticides, artificial colors and fertilizers. Incorporation of organic substances in pet food provides various health benefits including strong bones and muscles, strengthening immunity, reducing allergies, maintaining a healthy weight, reducing digestive disorders and increased life expectancy of pets.

Market trends:

The growing rate of adoption of pets and the growing influence of the West are the main drivers of the market in India. At the same time, rapid urbanization, increasing disposable income and improving living standards are increasing the demand for premium quality pet food. This, in turn, has prompted manufacturers to introduce products in multigrain, gluten-free, and protein-based variants, which is catalyzing market growth in the country. In addition, the adoption of advanced techniques to reduce the loss of essential nutrients during the production of pet food acts as another growth factor.

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We regularly monitor the direct effect of COVID-19 on the market, as well as the indirect influence of related industries. These observations will be incorporated into the report.

Competitive landscape:

The competitive landscape of the market has been studied in the report along with the detailed profiles of the major players operating in the market.

Competitive landscape:

The competitive landscape of the industry was also examined along with the profiles of the major players.

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The report has segmented the market on the basis of product type, end user, and region.

Breakdown by ingredient:

Natural

Organic

Breakdown by animal type:

Dog food

Cat food

Others

Breakdown by product type:

Dry pet food

Wet and canned pet food

Snacks and treats

Breakdown by type of packaging:

Bags

Cans

Pouches

Boxes

Breakdown by distribution channel:

Supermarkets and hypermarkets

Specialty stores

Online stores

Others

Breakdown by region:

North India

West and Central India

South India

Eastern india

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Pesticides incorporated into fabrics and household items are dangerous and insufficiently regulated https://sari-organik.com/pesticides-incorporated-into-fabrics-and-household-items-are-dangerous-and-insufficiently-regulated/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 04:01:27 +0000 https://sari-organik.com/pesticides-incorporated-into-fabrics-and-household-items-are-dangerous-and-insufficiently-regulated/ (Beyond pesticides, December 13, 2021) If you plan to gift socks, sweatshirts, or other clothing as Christmas gifts, be aware that many such items are treated with toxic chemicals. These treated items may be labeled as “odorless” and may contain nanosilver, triclosan (banned in soaps, but allowed in textiles and household products), or other chemicals […]]]>

(Beyond pesticides, December 13, 2021) If you plan to gift socks, sweatshirts, or other clothing as Christmas gifts, be aware that many such items are treated with toxic chemicals. These treated items may be labeled as “odorless” and may contain nanosilver, triclosan (banned in soaps, but allowed in textiles and household products), or other chemicals (undisclosed) hiding behind product names. brands such as Microban® or FreshIQ. Since it is not always possible to determine which chemical can be used in these textiles, the best option is to purchase organic or locally made clothing.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) exempts processed items from registration requirements under the Federal Insecticides, Fungicides, and Rodenticides Act (FIFRA). While the chemicals themselves may be registered antimicrobial pesticides, the treated products in which they are found – and which expose the public to them – are not considered pesticides. In addition to clothing treated with antimicrobials to control odor, the EPA also allows the treatment of seeds, wood, paints, cutting boards, sponges, mops and even toothbrushes with antimicrobial pesticides under of the exemption, provided that the claims made for the treatment relate only to the protection of the article treated. For example, sock manufacturers may claim that treated socks will not stink, but may not claim that they will protect the wearer from athlete’s foot.

Failure to regard treated articles as pesticides has serious consequences. Manufacturers are not required to disclose actual chemicals to which consumers are exposed. Studies have shown that when impregnated into textiles such as sportswear, nanosilver not only washes in the washing machine, it can also seep into a person’s sweat and end up being absorbed through the skin. Nanosilver’s size means that it can easily pass through the body’s blood and lymphatic system and travel to sensitive areas such as the brain, liver, and heart. Triclosan has been linked to a range of health and environmental effects, ranging from skin irritation, sensitivity to allergies, bacterial and compound resistance to antibiotics, and contamination with dioxins up to destruction of fragile aquatic ecosystems.

The EPA does not assess the effects of exposure to these tissues. It does not apply the FIFRA risk-benefit standard to these uses. It simply considers them outside the scope of the pesticide regulations.

Tell the EPA to regulate items treated with pesticides as pesticides, reviewing alternatives and requiring labels.

Letter to EPA (Office of Pesticide Programs and Administrator Regan)

Please delete the exemption for the registration of articles treated with pesticides (PR-2000-1). The treated articles pose uncontrolled threats to human health and the environment. The EPA does not decide to authorize such uses on the basis of the FIFRA risk-benefit standard but applies an arbitrary criterion based on the advertising claims of the suppliers of treated articles.

Who decides that the benefits of seeds coated with neonicotinoid insecticides outweigh the risk of apocalyptic collapse of insect populations? Who decides that the benefits of wood impregnated with toxic copper compounds outweigh the risks to workers and those who use treated wood? How does the EPA justify ignoring the risks to consumers of cutting boards, toothbrushes, socks and underwear exposed to toxic antimicrobial chemicals?

None of these decisions should be made in the absence of data. None should be done without a demonstration of the need (“benefits”) of the pesticide. Certainly, none of these uses should be permitted without full and transparent disclosure to the consumer of the chemical, and not of a brand name whose properties cannot be determined.

In other words, all of these “treated articles” should be required to be registered as pesticides.

Thank you for your attention to this important matter.


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