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Renewable Materials Summit Presentation, April 2011

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  • 1:00, Lunch is over – Energy, Quick, Loud
  • “Gary Cohen is not a doctor or a nurse. He has never worked in a hospital, and, he admits, he thinks hospitals are kind of scary, in part because both of his parents died in one. But when the Environmental Protection Agency released a draft report in the mid-1990s, citing hospital incinerators as the country’s No. 1 source of carcinogenic dioxin emissions, Cohen, a longtime environmental activist, simply couldn’t abide the irony. How could the industry that existed to heal people be doing so much harm?”
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    • 1. Health Care Collaboration
      RENEWABLE MATERIALS SUMMITHEALTH CARE MARKETS“the Vision & Tactics”
      Patrick Kenney, CEO
      Green Harvest Technologies LLC
      April 2011
    • 2. Who are we?
      Founded by Leaders in Biopolymers, Health Care, Sustainability
      Purpose: To Make & Sell durable consumer goods with bioplastics
      Initial Products: PLA Bottles
      Status:
      Development work led to patents
      Extensive technology & market research
      No finished good, plastic product to market
      Revenue - Working Landscape Certificates (Stonyfield & Danone)
      Strategy Focus – Drill into Consumer Goods with an intense focus on plastics in Health Care – where there is volume, concern for toxicity and waste. A captive environment with professionals that are committed to ‘No Harm’ and ‘Sustainability’.
      consumer brand
      sustainable farming
      bioplastic products
    • 3. Health Care Collaboration
      Health Care Markets“the Vision & Tactics”Outline
      Health Care Mission – Video
      Market Influencers – Collaboration Partners
      How does Health Care see it
      Green Harvest Strategy
    • 4. Health Care Collaboration
      Leading the global movement for environmentally responsible health care
      Leveraging the purchasing power of health care
      As of 23 February 2011 - 507 Organizations in 53 Countries
      Practical assistance in designing, building and operating high performance healing environments
      Members: 60 companies, 1100 hospitals
    • 5. Health Care Collaboration
      Award-Winning Advocate Collaboration
      Business case for sustainability in healthcare is strong
      Linkages with patient safety, worker safety and quality is getting stronger
      Practice Greenhealth and HCWH have built critical mass in sector
      Market aggregation can drive innovation in service of healthier hospitals/healthier communities
    • 6. “the Vision”Hippocratic Oath: First Do No Harm
      Health Care Collaboration
      Leading the Health Care Sector to Sustainability
      Video by No Harm Productions
      YouTube: http://youtu.be/vY4ohVzrMkg
    • 7. Health Care Collaboration
      Healthier Hospitals Initiative
    • 8. Health Care Collaboration
      Healthier Hospitals InitiativePriority Improvement Areas
      Executive Leadership/Infrastructure
      Safer Chemicals
      Waste Reduction
      Environmentally Preferable Purchasing
      Greening the Operating Room
      Energy Reduction/Transition to Renewables
    • 9. Disruptive Innovation:Bio-based Plastics in Healthcare
      Health Care Collaboration
      Two major plastics are under attack from regulations and policy (PVC and polycarbonate)
      HHI systems are committed to piloting bio-based plastics
      HCWH has partnered with two leading green chemistry companies to develop prototypes
      Mission-related initiative could finance HHI and host NGOs
    • 10. Health Care Collaboration
      What does Health Care want?
      Real Product / No Greenwash
      Price Competitiveness / Often Lowest Cost
      Performance
      Quality
      Compliance
      Reliability / Availability
      PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS (LCA)
      SUSTAINABILITY SCORE CARDS
    • 11. Health Care Collaboration
      Leadership in Health Care Purchasing
      Standards that address the entire supply chain
      • Toxic Elements & Chemicals
      • 12. Transparency to Basic Source Materials
      • 13. Vulnerable Patient Products
      • 14. Waste
      HospitalSustainability Scorecard – Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
      Intensive
      Care
      Metals
      Recycled /
      Renewable Content
      Latex
      DEHP
      Toxic Chemicals: Cancer
      & Reproductive Disorders
      PVC
    • 15. Health Care Collaboration
      ‘Science to Solutions’ Requirement for Success
      Core Disciplines
      Green chemistry: 12 Principles in the design of chemical products and processes:
      to reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances.
      Green Engineering: 12 Principles in the design, commercialization and use of processes and products that are feasible and economical while minimizing:
      Risk to human health and the environment
      Generation of pollution at the source
      How does that work?
    • 16. No Harm, Sustainable Health Care
      Green Chemistry &
      Green Engineering
      Green Engineering & Green Chemistry
      X
      Molecular Level
      Material Flow, Processes, Packaging
      Green Engineering & Green Chemistry
      Ability & Motivation to be ‘Healthy’ & ‘Green’
    • 17. Health Care Collaboration
      Strategy: Our Phased Approach
      Development & Prototype Operations
      Materials: Rigorous qualification of materials
      Materials Productization– Clear path to qualified scale of supply
      Pilot Plant – Produce & qualify prototypes
      Commercialized Operations
      Virual volume manufacturing & distribution of product
      Materials
      Equipment
      Finished Goods
      Branded Products
      Marketing, Sales & Fulfillment
      Repurposing Operations
      Waste recovery, handling & repurposing
    • 18. Health Care Collaboration
      Strategy: Focus
      Development & Prototype Operations
      Materials: Rigorous qualification of materials
      Materials Productization– Clear path to qualified scale of supply
      Pilot Plant – Produce & qualify prototypes
      Pursuing Mission Driven Funding with Collaboration Partners
      Green Chemistry & Green Engineering
      Objective: Meet Healthier Hospital Initiative objective to pilot bioplastic prototype products in member hospitals in 2011
    • 19. Product Development Focus:
      Bottles
      Bags & Films
      Tubes
      Fibers
    • 20. Health Care Collaboration
      Our Green Harvest Team is The Best!
      Our Vision: We make and sell non-petroleum plastic products that
      • Follow ‘science to solutions’
      • 21. Meet consumer’s performance requirements for semi-durable/durable products
      • 22. Are price competitive
      • 23. Use renewable materials / most promising bio-polymers from around the globe
      • 24. Through Green Chemistry and Green Engineering
      • 25. Offer material transparency
      • 26. Eliminate risk of toxicity and pollution
      • 27. Re-purpose and recycle product materials
      • 28. Advanced technology, dedicated manufacturing
      • 29. Markets start with Health Care, then broader, naturally adjacent markets
      • 30. Achieve critical mass scale, volume, and economy in captive consumer markets
      consumer brand
      sustainable farming
      bioplastic products
    • 31. Health Care Collaboration
      Closing: Institutional Health Care Market FactIn 2011: 5795 Registered US Hospitalsper American Hospital Association