- Tree and storm waste can have both immediate and long-lasting effects on economy, environment.
- NSRI focused on preventing waste from filling up landfills, releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
- An estimated 80% of consumers respect, look for eco-friendly brands.
While many companies are jumping on the environmentally friendly bandwagon because it’s a trendy thing to do, Florida-based National Storm Recovery (OTC: NSRI) has been committed to providing environmentally beneficial solutions for tree and storm-waste disposal since its inception. The company’s diverse menu of eco-friendly solutions includes tree services, debris hauling, removal, biomass recycling, manufacturing, packaging and sales of next-generation mulch products.
Few people think about the effects of a fallen tree on the environment or on the value of property until the tree has fallen. Strong storms like hurricanes damage and destroy trees, and when not cleaned up and disposed of properly, the resulting waste can create both immediate and long-term problems (http://ibn.fm/d6HsN).
Initial effects, which require sufficient resources to fix, include the following:
- Damaged roads, limited access
- Drainage blockage
- Decrease in aesthetic value of property
- Safety hazard
A closer look reveals the long-term problems that directly impact the ecosystem:
- Increased risk of wildfire
- Alteration of wildlife habitats
- Increase in carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere
Through its subsidiaries and partners (Central Florida Arbor Care and Mulch Manufacturing), NSRI is doing business and providing synergistic and environmentally beneficial solutions for tree and storm waste disposal. These NSRI services prevent the waste from filling up landfills and releasing additional carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The trees are turned into mulch that is then distributed through Mulch Manufacturing.
Earlier this year, NSRI acquired Mulch Manufacturing, a 35-year-old industry leader and one of the largest producers of packaged mulch products in the country. One of the biggest struggles in the mulch industry is a consistent feedstock. Together, NSRI and Mulch Manufacturing are able to further the commitment of offering environmentally friendly products to the public while also ensuring a continuous supply of materials. Softscape, a next-generation mulch product, is an example of this combined vision. This new mulch is light, environmentally friendly, easier to spread, covers more area and is healthy for the plants.
“National Storm’s strategic partnership with one of the largest waste disposal companies in the country doesn’t just drive revenue while it secures mulch feedstock,” stated Mulch Manufacturing CEO Ralph Spencer, “the use of this feedstock has the environmental benefit of decreasing the volume of material that would otherwise continue to fill our nation’s landfills” (http://ibn.fm/P8Vs5).
By leading with high values and the desire to make a lasting impact on the environment, NSRI is able to tap into many of the benefits that companies receive when they go green. Forbes recently reported (http://ibn.fm/p7Ix9) that 80% of consumers “respect companies and brands that adopt eco-friendly practices.” NSRI isn’t working on a new initiative to reduce its footprint; rather, the company has been invested in creating a positive environmental impact since day one. Its governmental, residential, commercial, and big-box clients remain loyal customers to NSRI because they understand the impact the company has on reducing the environmental burden storms create.
To view the company’s investor presentation, visit http://ibn.fm/7NP9t
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.CentralFloridaArborCare.com/storm-recovery.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to NSRI are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/NSRI
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