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Any document or information appearing on this website or any of its pages or communication transmitted thereby (a Communication) does not constitute or form part of an offer to issue or sell or the solicitation of an offer to subscribe for or purchase any investment by anyone in any jurisdiction in which such offer or solicitation is not authorised or to anyone to whom it is unlawful to make such a solicitation nor does it constitute investment advice, but is provided for information purposes only and without regard to any particular person’s investment objectives, financial situation, or means. Neither any Communication, nor the fact of its distribution or transmission, form the basis of, nor may be relied on in connection with, any contract to subscribe for or purchase any investment.

Any Communication is being issued to and/or directed at persons who are personally categorising themselves either as a sophisticated investor and/or high net worth individual by completing the appropriate forms on this website, being only those persons to whom AMIO may lawfully promote and arrange investments on behalf of CONSERO. Any Communication is exempt from the scheme promotion restriction of section 238 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 on the communication of invitations or inducements to participate in unrecognised collective investment schemes on the grounds that it is being issued to and/or directed at only those types of persons who are sophisticated investors and/or high net worth individuals. AMIO and CONSERO will be entitled to rely on any client categorisation you give and the information you give in connection therewith and shall have no liability to you if you provide inaccurate or misleading information for the purposes of determining that client categorisation.


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Amio Wealth Limited (FCA Number 779660) is an appointed representative of Consero Capital LLP (FCA Number: 570728), which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.


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Where there’s muck there’s brass? Re-thinking the concept of waste

June 20, 2018

Where there’s muck there’s brass? Re-thinking the concept of waste

We all know waste is a huge problem, but it is often hidden; we produce rubbish – a huge amount, with the average UK household producing over a tonne per annum – it is taken away, our city streets are relatively clean and the problem is pushed out of sight and out of mind. Look a little further however, and you will find an endless list of environmental problems locally and globally created by this waste.

This is not only affecting flora and fauna, but us as well. We do not yet know the effects of ingesting micro-plastics, but we know the health effects of living near one of the 20,000 former landfill sites in the UK (BBC, 2017). Researchers have found a strong association between deaths caused by lung cancer and deaths and hospitalisations from respiratory diseases, especially in children, and living within 5km of a landfill site[1].

Recycling is merely a palliative solution; we need to completely re-think what rubbish is, of course eliminating it where possible, but also beginning to think of it as something that has inherent value. Rubbish is a resource and can be used for a number of things: to produce energy, build roads and houses, heat homes and fire cement kilns, to name but a few.

By 2025, the World Bank calculates that we will be producing more than 6m tonnes of waste per day, double the amount produced in 2010, with the cost of dealing with that waste reaching $375bn[2].

Those statistics point to two things: a serious environmental and public health problem that requires a solution as soon as possible, and a huge area of potential for businesses with expertise in the sector – and, consequently, fot investors.

We are already seeing a paradigm shift from linear to circular economies, and a growing focus on waste-to-energy. From Belgrade to Beijing, Addis Ababa to Atlanta, we are seeing the development of waste-to-energy plants and initiatives as a means of solving the waste crisis, reducing our reliance on fossil fuels and our carbon footprints.

Companies are following suit too, for example, British Airways have formed a partnership to produce jet fuel from household waste and are seeking to fuel a number of their Boeing 787 Dreamliners solely through this fuel source[3].

Ultimately and hopefully as the Danish economist, Ester Boserup, famously noted “necessity is the mother of invention” (1965), and we have now reached a tipping point where we will come together with a global consensus and begin to solve this crisis using innovative solutions and technology.

Amio Wealth specialise in ethical investments, with our flagship renewable energy project in this particular sector producing renewable energy fuels from waste in the UK.

[1] Lillycrop et al., 2015  [2] World Bank, FT, 2018  [3] Business Green, 2018

To find out more about our renewable energy bonds or other potential investment opportunities, contact Amio Wealth Limited on +44 (0) 203 307 1250 or info@amiowealth.com.