Open Letter To Our Visitors,
are glad you have found your way to our site and we hope you find your time here
useful, and informative. We have taken a great deal of time (many years in fact)
putting the ideas presented in these web pages together. The newest of our
development and growth process is that we are now a part of Omega-Labyrinth
gives us more human resources to work with and a far larger scope for our
dreams. As it turns out what we felt was the culmination of years of work, was
in fact only the very beginning. Before you enter our site there are some
things you need to know, and we hope this introduction letter will serve that
build economically and environmentally sustainable communities, in rural,
sub-urban and urban areas, of the United State, Canada, and Mexico, using
recycled, and renewable resources only for 100% of the construction. By using
off the shelf technology such as solar (photovoltaic) and PEM (Proton Exchange
Membrane) fuel cell technology for generating electricity.
And by using a large scale anaerobic digester system to generate methane
gas used for heating and cooking, as well as hydrogen gas used by the PEM fuel
cells to produce electricity, we will fundamentally reduce or energy costs to
due to the capacity of the anaerobic digester system and the PEM fuel cell out
put we will be able to sell excess electricity to the power company at a very
advantageous rate thus saving all area residence money.
We will also due to the large capacity of the anaerobic digester system
be able to recycle waste products from the surrounding area of each community
much less expensively than current options allow for those nearby communities.
We have also reevaluated our goals and I would like to share them with
Goals for 2002 and 2003
To acquire 300 to 500 acres of traditionally ¹ unusable-land, in east
central Ohio, and we define traditionally unusable land is as follows:
¹ Billions of acres of
this land is available world wide, and the true beauty of our design is that
upon completion each community will in fact have more usable natural land than
was available before the development. We intend to set aside a minimum of
20% of each community as native hard and soft wood managed forest. And an
additional 10% of each community will be set-aside as parks and recreational
areas. The total habitat and dwelling footprint for each 200 home
community will be less than 25% of the total land space.
To recycle ¹ 27 million, used and waste passenger car and truck tires in
building each community.
Based upon the current figures for disposal of used, waste and discarded tires
as the recycler we will be able to fund and finance most
of the projects road and physical plant construction from monies generated from
the receipt of disposal fees for the tires we recycle.
To recycle millions of board feet of used first growth lumber per
12 trillion board feet of recyclable 150 year old or older first growth forest
lumber is currently available from the de-constructions of thousands of old
industrial buildings and barns across the north America.
This lumber can be acquired and re-sawn for less than 30% of the cost of
purchasing new lumber.
This lumber is by it’s nature harder and denser than current second and
third growth forest lumber, and using ancient proven post and beam construction
techniques we will loose only 4% to 6% of the lumber in the re-sawing process.
Additionally each post and beam will be ready to set in place with all
tendons and mortises in place when it leaves the mill so there will be no needed
on-site cutting or trimming.
4. To design each community to fit naturally into it’s unique environmental setting.
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