Carbon credits











Since our equipment is environment friendly & helps protect the same by converting waste into organic fertilizer the carbon credits can be earned which is a leading revenue in many leading corporate companies  balance sheets 


On 11 December 1997, the international community adopted the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Control (UNFCCC).   Developed countries collectively agreed to reduce their aggregate emissions of greenhouse gasses by at least 5% from 1990 levels during the period 2008 - 2012.   The emission reduction targets are comprehensive in their coverage of greenhouse gasses across all sources and sinks.

"Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emission abatement will have significant medium to long term implications for developed and developing economies.   The Protocol is one of the most ambitious and far-reaching environmental policy initiatives ever attempted."

Source: ABARE Australian Commodities Forecaste and Issues December 1998. 

Additional benefits from carbon trading include:

depending upon how the market is established, the creation of a credit system gives an incentive for further reduction of carbon emissions beyond a set limit;
Joint Implementation programs would be far more attractive to investors if they could claim credits for what they were doing i.e. for windmill installation, toxic landfill gas recovery and tree plantations overseas;
trading in carbon dioxide does not have the social or environmental costs of sulphur trading because, wherever in the world the carbon dioxide is emitted, the effect is identical;
trading allows flexibility to innovate, develop appropriate technologies for developing countries and make technological advances in effective greenhouse gas emission reduction or carbon sinks;
trading may also allow a relocation of fuel intensive industries closer to fuel sources while maintaining or decreasing the total greenhouse gas output; and
trading can have additional benefits through externalities such as forest and land improvement and better landfill management.(Reduction of toxic landfills)