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ReNutrients are on a mission to solve the Australian wide issue of battery waste and the catastrophic impact it has on our drinking water, soil pollution, and water contamination. Their CleanTech solution, which promotes a circular economy, has received Australian-wide news coverage.
View their channel 7 interview on the left, or read their feature in The Australian and The Courier below!
Clean Technology Solution
96% of used alkaline batteries in Australia are sent to landfill. ReNutrients is on a mission to recycle these batteries and convert them into organic fertiliser, reducing total landfill and putting valuable minerals back into the soil.
Large Addressable Market
The Australian liquid fertiliser market was valued at US$489 million in 2016 and is expected to reach US$646 million by 2024. Demand for organic products is on the rise due to the more versatile and cost effective nature compared to traditional chemical fertilisers and increasing environmental awareness.
Discussions with Government
Currently in discussions with State and Federal Government in regards to a local production facility. Both levels of Government have shown strong interest in providing a sustainable solution to battery waste.
Significant Growth Opportunities
Waste streams from metal production and smelters for Manganese Sulphate production can be used in production of new batteries. Current global demand for Ultra-High Pure Manganese Sulphate is $100M with an expected CAGR of 13.1% to reach $280M by 2027.
Exclusive Partnership with Tracegrow
RenNutrients is the exclusive distribution partner for Tracegrow in Australia and New Zealand enabling not only the supply of their organic liquid fertiliser, but the ability to bring the technology to Australia and set up a local battery waste processing and product manufacturing facility.
Improved Agricultural Yields
Successful trials have shown increased yields for growers by up to 26% when using the organic, recycled battery solution. Most Australian cropping soils are Zinc deficient, and these products efficiently correct this, creating bigger yields for growers.
Every year over 419 million handheld batteries are sold in Australia and just 4% of these are recycled with the rest going to landfill. As batteries begin to break down in landfill, heavy metals can leach into the surface and groundwater. A concerning prospect given one small battery can pollute 167,000 litres of drinking water. With consumer demand for handheld devices continuing to rise, the present disposal and recycling capabilities for batteries in Australia is simply not sufficient to meet the growing demand.
From an agricultural perspective, farming soils across Australia rely heavily on fertiliser supplements and pest management to harvest saleable crops. Demand has stripped the soils of vital nutrients and voided regeneration. The over use of synthetic chemical based fertilisers has further contributed to the polluting of rivers and oceans.
Ultimately, mining finite minerals to make new batteries while we bury the equivalent in landfill is inefficient and damaging to our environment.
ReNutrients is on a mission to address the issue of battery waste in Australia whilst returning the valuable minerals used in the batteries to the ground.
Via their exclusive distribution agreement with Finnish cleantech company, Tracegrow, ReNutrients has a suite of organic fertilisers made from recycled alkaline batteries, that removes toxic waste from landfill and provides Australian farmers with an organic, high yield liquid fertiliser to repurpose Zinc and Manganese used in alkaline batteries.
The revolutionary, patented technology purifies used alkaline batteries into a rich micronutrient fertiliser containing both Zinc & Manganese. Approved for organic input, trials have shown increased yields for growers by up to 26% when using Tracegrow’s organic liquid fertiliser, ZM-Grow, and outperformed traditional competing products in both yield volume and enrichment of crops.
ReNutrients is currently establishing distribution channels throughout Australia and New Zealand for the organic fertiliser products made from recycled batteries. The versatility of liquid fertiliser means that the Company is also in discussions with large producers of granular micronutrient fertiliser to use ReNutrients’ products as a coating to granules providing additional value for farmers.
The Australian liquid fertiliser market was valued at US$489 million in 2016 and is expected to reach US$646 million by 2024. Organic products are becoming more favourable due to increased environmental awareness and the liquid application is more versatile and cost effective than traditional chemical fertilisers.
ReNutrients has first rights to set up a manufacturing facility for Tracegrow’s patented organic liquid fertiliser using recycled alkaline batteries in Australia and New Zealand. The Company is in discussions with both State and Federal government to aid in the development of a manufacturing facility as the Government looks to tackle the 96% of batteries sold in Australia currently sent to landfill. A local manufacturing facility would provide ReNutrients with the opportunity for greater margins whilst establishing a complete circular solution to battery waste in Australia.
In addition, it would open up new opportunities in other waste streams from metal production and smelters for Manganese Sulphate production that can be used to make new batteries. Current global demand for Ultra-High Pure Manganese Sulphate is $100M with an expected CAGR of 13.1% to reach $280M by 2027.
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ReNutrients Pty Ltd is an early-stage company and is aiming to revolutionise the treatment of battery waste in Australia, where just 4% of battery waste is recycled, leaving 96% in landfill. As with any early-stage business, an investment in the Company should be seen as high-risk and speculative. A description of the main risks that may impact their business are listed in the offer document. Investors should read this section carefully before deciding to apply for shares under the Offer. There are also other, more general, risks associated with the Company (for example, competition, commodity prices, contract risk or the inability to sell their shares).
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Every year over 419 million handheld batteries are sold in Australia and just 4% of these are recycled with the rest going to landfill. As batteries begin to break down in landfill, heavy metals can leach into the surface and groundwater, polluting our soils and waterways.
ReNutrients is on a mission to address the issue of battery waste in Australia whilst returning the valuable minerals used in the batteries to the ground. Via their exclusive distribution agreement with Finnish cleantech company, Tracegrow, ReNutrients has a suite of organic fertilisers made from recycled batteries that have shown increased yields for growers by up to 26% compared to traditional competing products.
Before investing please consider the offer document and the general risk warning.