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Augustus Tilley

May 19, 2016


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A possible solution to the, literally, massive problem that is landfills... what more could anyone even want? Your proposal attempts to take any and all waste being produced and process it back into forms that are usable in everyday society. So I could go to the supermarket and not worry about having plastic bags and throwing my garbage away in plastic bags (one of the most harmful substances to the environment) and if implemented this process would be able to simply take that garbage bag and process it 100% back into products useful to everyone on a daily basis? That's incredible, even from just from the complete elimination of waste standpoint, but to be able to take it to the next level and aim to use one of the products of the process to attack the problem of petroleum based fuels... I am left speechless.

This implementation of this proposal has the potential to completely change the world on a fundamental basis by eliminating the garbage that kills so much of our wildlife and our ecosystems as well as the potential to attack our gaseous carbon footprint by potentially replacing petroleum with ammonia.

I sincerely, hope this gains the attention it needs to be implemented!

Best of luck dad!

Augustus T.

Aissatou Diagne

May 22, 2016


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Hi Bruce,

Thank you for your proposal, this is a great start!

I would suggest you try to respond as thoroughly as possible to every question. For instance, the question about who will be implementing this project is crucial and would really help your proposal if you can get a sense of who the key actors are/will be.

Best of luck!


Bruce Tilley

May 22, 2016


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Thank you, Aissatou. I will be addressing that today. It has been a challenge to date.