Land Betterment Creates Economic Mobility Through Supply Chain Resilience
FISHERS, Ind., September 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Land Betterment Corporation (“Land Betterment” or the “Company”), an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, believes it is imperative to the sustainability of its business to create resilient supply chains. A resilient supply chain is one with a low carbon footprint which leads to lower transportation costs and lower goods spoilage. Resilient supply chains are often locally based which spur and foster local economic mobility for community members.
The following of Land Betterment’s sustainable business pillars have resilient supply chain as their core;
- ekō Villages – utilizing a regional, custom housing builder in the Midwest to manufacture container-based, modular homes. These eco-friendly container homes, which use upcycled shipping containers as their main structural component, reduce the needed building material compared to traditional homes, can be built as quick as eight weeks and can be built on or off-site.
- Betterment Spirits – farm to bottle distillery utilizing ingredients grown onsite or purchasing grains and honey from locally sourced farms.
- Pollinate – developing bee colonies which supports a healthy and sustainable ecosystem. restores native vegetation on impacted land and provides honey for local commercial uses.
- Betterment Recycling – using mining, industrial and over-the-road tires from the local communities and turning them into rubber aggregate and ground cover, creating a complete local product life cycle.
- Betterment Harvest – further creating an agriculture hub in Appalachia producing organic products which can reach approximately 70 percent of the U.S. population within a one-day drive.
“Realizing a holistic approach to site selection is key to bringing real and lasting change.” Tom Sauve, Chief Development Officer of Land Betterment commented, “Establishing supply chain resilience is key to creating sustainable businesses and also fosters local economic mobility. We have recently seen how times of crisis can stress supply chains and how as an economy, we need to adjust our perspective in how we create a more sustainable supply chain.”
About Land Betterment Corporation
Land Betterment Corporation, an Indiana Benefit Corporation and Pending B-Corp, is an environmental solutions company focused on fostering a positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation. The Company utilizes a complete solution-based lifecycle program to restore and rehabilitate the environment and revitalize communities in need of change and opportunity. Land Betterment accomplishes this by identifying un-reclaimed, run-down and neglected coal mining sites, fixing the environment through reclamation and remediation, and then repurposing the land to support a sustainable business that serves the community. Land Betterment firmly believes that with real solutions it is possible for restoration of impacted areas to live side-by-side long term employment, while building sustainable and safe surroundings for communities and our planet. For more information visit landbetterment.com or connect with the Company on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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