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SGDH (SGD Holdings Ltd.)


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sgdhSGD Holdings Ltd. (SGDH) is a California headquartered company who develops, markets, and sells paper and paper products made from natural fibers through its wholly owned subsidiary, Eco Paper Inc.

As one of the first companies in the multi-billion paper industry, SGDH has developed a smooth, durable, acid-free, and chemical free paper without the use of trees and chemicals. Instead, product ingredients derive from the company’s unique use of the annual 230,000 tons of agro-industrial waste that is dumped into the rivers of the South American country of Costa Rica, such as bananas, tobacco, and coffee. Through a unique process, all parts of the different by-products are taken into an industrial process that will utilize the “pinzote” or stem of the banana, peels, leaves, leaves separated from the tobacco veins, and small beans from the coffee to make different combinations of agricultural fibers. These newly made agricultural fibers will then be combined with handpicked recyclable paper such as magazines, newspapers, and office paper to deliver a final product of high quality acid free and tree-free paper.

Furthermore, the products are then designed into journals, notebooks, stationary, art and sketch pads, cover stocks, and office and school supplies and can be currently found at Starbucks and Amazon. Additionally, SGDH completed a wholesale order to a manufacturer that converted the eco-friendly paper into office tablets with the end user being a Government Agency and received Additional Purchase Orders.

 

Symbol: SGDH   [ Current PPS: $0.0425   Outstanding Shares: 116M   Float: 42.6M   – a/o February 9, 2014 ]

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Website(s):  www.ecopaper.com

 

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  • In 15 countries, 42 million tons of bananas are processed annually with 2 million hectares planted and creating numerous wastes including the plastic wrap, plastic cord, pinzote, and damaged bananas
  • Over 10 million metric tons of pinzotes are thrown into landfills or local rivers
  • Paper accounts for 40% of all municipal waste
  • The U.S consumes 100 million tons of paper a year
  • Recycled paper utilizes 55% less water, reduces water pollution by 35%, reduces air pollution by 74%, preserves forests, creates more jobs, and eliminates other toxic pollutants
  • The Global Paper Industry is forecasted to maintain a 6% annual growth for the next five years to exceed $255 billion by 2017.

 

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