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  AVSA a Fantastic Home based Business Opportunity

Business and Home-based Business Opportunities in Vermiculture (Vermicomposting).

Earthworms have been Natures simple little helpers since the beginning of time and they have solved some very complex problems. The earthworms have done what man couldn't do successfully, which is recycle common garbage/trash into a valued resource.

How much work is involved in Vermicomposting?

You are already doing most of the work, each time you haul your full trash cans to the curb. Instead of hauling them out to the curb, just haul them to the backyard, garage, shed, etc. and dump them into your AVSA unit. You will make about 25 cents per pound for all your organic garbage, newspapers, cardboard boxes, lettuce leaves, grass clipping, leaves, even old cotton clothing! Update: Its a lot more now, this was back in 1998.

Okay, so everybody and his brother are going to start doing this and the price of vermicompost will drop! These AVSA units hold about a ton (2,000 pounds) of red worm castings (vermicompost). Even at $.50 per lb. wholesale, you can still make $3,000.00-$4,000.00 per year per unit, $6,000.00-$8,000.00 for stacked and another stacked unit next to it (4'x8' floor space) $12,000.00-$16,000.00. Stills not bad, for just GARBAGE and a 4'x8' corner of a building....UPDATE: Check out the current selling price on the internet and do some new math!

Now, the GARBAGE, you can call it whatever you please (recyclable green waste, kitchen scraps, chicken feed, hog food, or whatever) but it is still GARBAGE! And you will quickly run out of it !

GOOD NEWS, buy it from your neighbors! You can easily pay your neighbors, etc, 10 cents per pound and make 40 cents or more on their GARBAGE. You will be helping them out, they will be paid for their garbage, instead of paying to have it hauled away. You will help with the rapidly increasing problems of the public landfills, and you will be making yourself some GOOD MONEY.

Call yourself "The Local Environmental Recycling Agent!" instead of the guy/gal that buys GARBAGE!

Start a recycling Co-op, where everyone brings their garbage (only nice clean garbage, no bottles, cans, nor plastic please!) to one central location to be processed and sold. Spilt up the money or use it to improve the neighborhood, build parks or even help a needy family...

Where to sell it: Doesn't do much good to have a garage full of vermicompost if nobody buys it! Contract with the city, county, state, since this is a big political issue, it would be hard for them to say NO!

It certainly would increase the health of our children and pets that play in the parks, where the grass and grounds are currently saturated in chemicals, to have a SAFE, NATURAL environment. What could be more natural then earthworm castings ?

Once a person can show that they can fulfill the big contracts with the major gardening centers, they would be more then happy to start carrying Vermicompost. Its just that nobody has been able to deliver the quantities that they would want. A neighborhood all working together could do it!

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Finally, its possible to put Vermiculture indoors as a business, instead of outdoors as a hobby!

Now, with this Newly Designed AVSA Unit & Process, it is possible to remove the vermicompost (castings) while leaving the babies with the adult earthworms. Without tumbling, rolling, shaking or letting one end of the bed dry out!

Now, simply open the convenient front door of AVSA and remove the castings. The earthworm babies and adults earthworms will remain in the unit, where they belong, and NOT be tossed, tumbled, rolled or stressed. The earthworms will continue happily eating away, undisturbed.

It doesn't stress the earthworms and everybody knows that happy earthworms are better producers.

Finally, a simple means of separating earthworms from their castings has been Designed and a Simple Process incorporated into it, that enables man to Profit substantially from the earthworms Simple Solution to a Complex Problem.


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