In collaboration with Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) and Carlsen Center at Sacramento State University, Alphapura is working on developing a pilot program with a recycling center for four governments near Sacramento, CA, to transform their meltable waste streams into $1000 home structures -- to prove that all recycling centers can be transformed into sustainable manufacturing centers, each of which could generate incomes of $200M per year, and saving local and state governments and businesses $200M to $800M per year.
Having shown proof of concept with 3D SEED, for a 3D printer that could transform plastic bottles into a million different types of products, which won a design award in the UK, Alphapura's next proof of concept challenge is developing the seed funds to develop a much larger mechatronics system capable of transforming meltable waste streams into local solutions for affordable housing, affordable buildings, affordable building materials, furniture, homelessness, emergency management, national defense, environment defense, solid waste management, plastics abatement, microplastics abatement, carbon capture, renewable energy, artificial intelligence, and unemployment.
With scouts, VCs. angels, and investors regularly contacting us to apply to their programs, we hope to soon secure the seed funding to show proof-of-concept for a recycling manufacturing system at WPWMA in Roseville, CA, large enough to transforms meltable waste into home structures estimated to cost $1000 to make per home, which we would sell to governments and home builders for $20K each to allow them to save $200M to $800M per year per recycling facility we partner with.
The video on our home page illustrates the proof of concept, except now we aim to supersize the same, and simply and reduce the costs for this larger industrial version by using a unique and patented proprietary combination of solar energy and fresnel lens renewable energy systems for a giant injection molding system that would make $1000 home structures in an interlocking "box and lid" or an analogous "foundation-floors-walls and roof" concept.
Our vision for this pilot is to develop a system large enough to make small home structures out of 100% recyclable materials, heating the kiln with fresnel lens technology to an optimal melting temperature, and/or otherwise powered by 100% renewable solar energy, for this pilot to prove that all recycling centers can be transformed into off-grid manufacturing facilities that use old products to make new ones, and in what is expected to be a very profitable manner, and to create a solution resistant to energy, communications, and supply chain disruptions, attacks, and shortages.
CA alone has committed over $10B to manage the homelessness problem, and with that budget we could literally solve the homeless problem for EVERY American in a manner that would be expected to save governments and home builders across CA billions per year, and where our structures would be expected to be more resilient to earthquakes than concrete and could endure for as long as 450 years.
CA is not the only state in the world with a homelessness problem with large budgets to manage the same and so we know we have demand, nor are they the only state with home builders, and housing demand is expected to increase over time.
With an exponentially increasing world population that needs homes and affordable building products, and non-renewable resources being depleted just as fast, one day this will be the future of manufacturing, transforming all of the old products of yesterday into new ones, and using renewable energy.
Alphapura pilot seeks to prove that all recycling facilities can be transformed into off-grid sustainable manufacturing facilities, powered by renewable energy, saving governments and businesses $200M to $800M and expected to generate $200M per year in revenue once funded.
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