Wóolis Green Industries Featured in Tulun Mexico Popular RESIDENTE Magazine For Solutions Regarding Waste Excess Caused By Explosion Of Population And Massive Influx Of Tourism

Wóolis Green Industries Featured in Tulun Mexico Popular RESIDENTE Magazine For Solutions Regarding Waste Excess Caused By Explosion Of Population And Massive Influx Of Tourism Wóolis Green Industries Featured in Tulun Mexico Popular RESIDENTE Magazine For Solutions Regarding Waste Excess Caused By Explosion Of Population And Massive Influx Of Tourism Wóolis Green Industries Featured in Tulun Mexico Popular RESIDENTE Magazine For Solutions Regarding Waste Excess Caused By Explosion Of Population And Massive Influx Of Tourism

World Wide Web - January 31, 2018 Wóolis originates from the word “circle” or “cycle” in the Mayan language. Wóolis Green Industries is a solution provider located in Tulum Mexico. The Company is well regarded for researching, working and acting on solutions for current problems which are a direct result of population growth and the impact of civilization as a whole. The Companies initial undertaking for the past nine months has been to implement a solution for the logistics, and treatment of organic waste which is produced in the municipality of Tulum. By building and maintaining aerobic composts, they’re end result being vermi-compost; Woolis then uses the compost for producing a wide variety of produce, which will be available for the public in the future.

Mauricio Jervis is the Founder of Wóolis Green Industries. The visionary and activist began conceptualizing the undertaking six months prior, when a friend asked Mauricio to photograph the local garbage dumping site, of the municipality of Tulum to do an article for the local RESIDENTE magazine. Their objective was to find out exactly what was happening to all the waste caused by the explosion of population and the massive influx of tourism.  The expansive waste situation arrives on shores every year to the jungle, and cenotes, which is the underground river system and onto the beaches.

The findings were troubling with 20 hectares of land that had no contamination prevention. All of this is located in the middle of lush high jungle only 9.5km upriver from Tulum, which was clear cut and receiving 180 tons of waste every day! To put that figure in perspective, one Ford F150 pickup truck has a carrying capacity of one ton. With 180 tons filled to capacity daily, the view and reality of the area is a 15 foot high mound of waste cramped into 20 hectares with liquid contaminants seeping into the underground river systems that extend throughout the Peninsula of Yucatan.

As a forward thinking environmental solutions Company, Woolis Green Industries has developed a five year plan for rectifying the situation that is comprised of four phases.

The five year plan is as follows:

*  Phase 1: Provide an organic waste collection service to Hotels, Restaurants and Bars in the municipality of Tulum for the waste to be composted aerobically. 

* Phase 2: Design and build environmentally focused housing for local residents that reside within the municipality.

*  Phase 3: Prove the concept of responsible waste collection and treatment in Mexico and source funding to build a recycling plant, and a power plant for electricity that uses organic waste along with anaerobic decomposition to produce Methane gas that is combusted to power the turbines. This power plant‘s waste product is CO2, water, and fertilizer. It is also carbon neutral.

*  Phase 4: Pertains to using the “waste” from the power plant which comes in the form of fertilizer; The process to change current methods of agriculture for a cleaner chemical free method in which to grow and raise everyday food.

Woolis Green Industries is committed to getting the message across and standing in the gap for residents at the forefront of the waste issue that threatens the community at large.

Learn more by visiting http://woolisgreensolutions.com

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