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Introduction Letter To Gw Environment

  1. 1. 2 February 2009 Dear Mr. , Thank you for taking the time to take my call today enabling me to introduce myself and my company Green World Environment Ltd. Hopefully, you will find our website extremely informative explaining the benefits and features of growing jatropha, for instance on our home page scroll down to Truths about Jatropha Curcas Biodiesel click on the title opening up Q &A on jatropha. World attention is turning to jatropha not only for its ability to produce a high yield of oil (Biodiesel) from its seeds but also for the important fact it is non edible, jatropha is not a food crop, it's not competing with existing food crops to produce biodiesel unlike other feed crops grown i.e. corn, rapeseed, soy, sugar cane and wheat. We have populations starving, and yet we continue to grow food crops for fuel, we are seeing deforestation due to planting palms for palm oil, jatropha can diminish all these situations. As individuals we can be part of the solution to reduce global warming, by planting just one Jatropha tree will avoid up to 320Kg of CO2 being omitted into the atmosphere over its 40 year life span. Owning your own jatropha trees has many benefits; you are helping to reduce global warming contributing to the employment of many Thai families that would normally not have the opportunity for sustained employment, you can pass your trees on to your beneficiaries, they can be a tax deduction, some people are using the project as a continuous cash flow during retirement. You are in control of how you would like the profits from your trees to be dispersed. It will be a pleasure to discuss how you will benefit both financially and environmentally on our next scheduled call. In the meantime, please look at Tree Yield on our Home page along the right hand side, giving you an approximation on returns on a yearly basis of 1tree, 500 trees and 1000 trees, being extremely conservative the figures are based on only 50 seeds per harvest, we are currently picking 150 to 250 seeds per tree twice a year. If you right click on this link below and select open hyperlink it will take you directly to our website I look forward to speaking with you soon.
  2. 2. Why Bio Diesel. Many alternative Bio Diesel fuels have been shown to have improved exhaust emissions than traditional Diesel fuel. Jatropha Bio diesel holds promise as fuel alternatives for diesel engines. Depletion of the Primary Fuels namely Fossil Fuels. Bio Diesel are agriculture oriented. A number of researches have shown that jatropha bio diesel has fuel properties and provides engine performance that is very similar to diesel fuel Bio Diesels are non toxic, bio degradable and renewable fuel. The severe emission regulations in the world have placed design limitations on heavy duty diesel engines. The trend towards cleaner burning fuel is growing worldwide and it is possible through Jatropha bio diesel. Bio diesel includes a high certain number, low sulfur, low volatility and the presence of Oxygen atoms in the fuel molecule. Expected efficiency is achieved through Bio diesel. Performs better than the Petroleum diesel. Jatropha bio diesel readily mixes with diesel fuel and it runs in any diesel engine without modification. Reduces serious air pollutants such as particulates, carbon monoxides, hydrocarbons and air toxic. A Mutagen city study shows that bio diesel dramatically reduces potential risks of cancer and birth defects. Why Jatropha. Jatropha Curcas is resistant to drought and can be planted even in the desert climates, and it thrives on any type of soil, grows almost anywhere; in sandy, gravelly and saline soils. Importantly it is not a food crop; it is inedible leaving food crops such as corn, wheat, rapeseed, soybean and sugar cane for human consumption. Jatropha needs minimal input or management. Jatropha has few insect pests and it is not browsed by cattle or sheep. Jatropha Curcas can survive long periods of drought. Jatropha Propagation is easy. Jatropha Curcas growth is rapid; forms a thick live hedge after only a month's planting. Jatropha Curcas starts yielding from 8½ months onwards and continues for 40 years.
  3. 3. The Meal after extraction is an excellent organic manure (38%Protien N:P:K ration 2.7:1.2:1). Jatropha Curcas quickly establishes itself and will produce seeds round the year if irrigated. Other than extracting Bio diesel from Jatropha Curcas plant, the leaf and the bark are used for various other industrial and pharmaceutical uses. Localized production and availability of quality fuel restoration of degraded land over a period of time. Approximately 40 % of oil can be extracted from the Jatropha Curcas seed. It can be used for any diesel engine without modification. The many uses Jatropha can be commercially sold. 31 to 37 % of oil is extracted from a Jatropha seed. Jatropha Curcas seed can be used as Bio diesel for any diesel engine without modification Selling treated Jatropha seeds, and quality saplings. Dark blue dye and wax can be produced from the bark of the Jatropha curcas plants Jatropha plant Stem is used in many countries as fuel for cooking, omitting virtually no CO2 gasses unlike other types of timbers: Bio-fuel. Jatropha curcas leaves helps in dressing wounds. Jatropha roots help in making yellow dye. Juice of the flowers of Jatropha curcas and the Jatropha stem has very good medicinal properties. Pounded seeds are used in tanning. Press Cake: Jatropha becomes Organic fertilizer and soil improver. Jatropha curcas extracted oil is used as: Bio Diesel, Varnishes, Illuminants, Soap, Pest control and Medicinal for skin diseases, and as a purgative. In conclusion; In the economic climate of uncertainty, we see properties plummeting, stocks going south, and one has to wonder where it all will end. Even our bank balances are getting eaten up by inflation. You could look at the current situation as an opportunity, why because it makes us look beyond the traditional investment vehicles such as stocks, property est. We at Green World Environment believe it isn’t all doom and gloom; our partners have diversified their portfolios by looking at alternatives that can claw back losses ultimately providing longevity along with sustainable cash flows year after year by growing jatropha.
  4. 4. All we ask is for potential partners to look at our project realistically take a step back look at the risk to reward then make an informed decision without emotion based on the facts you have discovered by reading and reviewing all the information we have provided you. I hope we have made you more informed on the tree jatropha and its amazing versatility, as well as its many uses one can and will be able to benefit financially. With any luck you and your family will become partners in the sense of growing your own jatropha trees with Green World Environment Ltd. Kind regards, John Guchone Senior Consultant Office: +662 7143281 Email: