Envirosult Corp

Huge opportunity in smaller US cities and communities that are suffering because of water, infrastructure and environmental needs. Monies are readily available. These monies for many municipalities need specialized knowledge and other resources. There are thousands of such communities across US

Emerging Markets
Envirosult Corp is considering raising capital through a Regulation Crowdfunding campaign to be conducted by Fundify Portal, LLC. We are running this “Test the Waters” campaign (branded by Fundify as a Fast Pitch Preview™) to gauge Investor interest and also determine the appropriate funding method. During this Test the Waters campaign, (1) no money or other consideration is being solicited, and if sent, will not be accepted; (2) no offer to buy the securities can be accepted and no part of the purchase price can be received until the offering statement is filed and only through Fundify's funding portal platform; and (3) a prospective purchaser's indication of interest is nonbinding.

Summary

Why Invest in Envirosult?

Michael and Michael aim to garner part of the $750 Billion Drinking Water, federal budget which always or most normally goes to bigger USA cities. Envirosult's mission is to channel a significant portion of these monies into smaller USA cities in support of a wide range of projects including informative and preventative health care (lead and other poisonings and other preventable diseases) , clean drinking and bathing water, transportation, infrastructure, environmental education, job training, social services, community development (up graded internet services), and environmental protection. Truly a niche market such as that which might have prevented Flint Michigan, or many other areas across the USA St Joseph, Louisiana et al. Now this moment and 2021 this past year BBS, CNN, Fox, Wall Street Journal, MSN and many others are all reporting current day examples of this topic impacting communities.

Envirosult is looking for Seed Capital, Qualified Personnel, Investors, Companies, Funds, Partners, Partnerships, etc.

In any given year from 1982 to 2021, between 9 million and 45 million Americans got their drinking water from a source that was in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Most at risk: people who live in rural, low-income areas, smaller US cities of the USA.
  • Envirosult’s focus is to dramatically improve the infrastructure and environmental conditions of the drinking water and soils in as many small communities as possible across the United States.
  • The goal is to reduce the prevalence of long-term illnesses that have been caused by contaminated waters and soils.
  • The leadership team is a sophisticated, highly specialized group of elite scientists and project managers that will liaison aid to these smaller US communities.
  • The founders boast dual back grounds in petroleum, manufacturing, and petrochemical industry regulations.
  • Envirosult’s first target is to start in Louisiana and with highly sophisticated marketing assist other communities in the USA in environmental education, drinking water improvements and other needs. 
  • For example where the owners reside as is similar to many other states Louisiana has many drinking water systems since 2015 that had multiple tests show that lead exceeds 15 micrograms per liter of water. Of the state’s roughly 1,300 drinking water systems, about half operate infrastructure that is more than 50 years old.

Minnesota among 13 states with high levels of risky chemicals in drinking water [Article published by MinnPost]

Lead, copper, and other elements have been consistently found in overwhelming levels in the drinking water around Louisiana over the last couple of months. Last month, in Saint Joseph, the new mayor Elvadus Fields learned that approximately 22 percent of the city’s homes contain drinking water with a toxic level of lead. The water system in the area is over 90 years old and has been poorly maintained due to lack of funding.

The Water Is So Contaminated in Louisiana That Pastors Won’t Use It for Baptisms


Problem

Hurting Families in Smaller Communities

Rural America's Drinking Water Crisis [Article published by American Bar Association]

While Flint, Michigan rightfully captures headlines, another water crisis affecting millions of Americans continues to go largely unnoticed. All across rural America, small community water systems are failing to protect public health due to a perfect storm of forces. Poor regulation of agricultural waste and other pollutants, shrinking populations, and aging infrastructure all contribute to the increasing incidents of water quality violations dotting the rural landscape. There are nearly 60 thousand community water systems in the United States and 93 percent of them serve populations of fewer than 10,000 people—67 percent serve populations of fewer than 500 people. In 2015, 9 percent of all water systems had a documented violation of water quality standards, exposing 21 million people to unhealthy drinking water. These violations were more likely to occur in rural areas, where communities often have trouble finding the funds to maintain their systems.

Many water supply systems were designed and built decades ago, and old systems are susceptible to a variety of failures. Corroding pipes can leach lead and copper directly into the drinking supply. Some need technological updates to keep pace with stricter pollutant standards that reflect our evolving scientific understanding of risk exposure. Pollutant levels are also just much higher than they used to be. Water supplies in farming communities often have harmfully high levels of nitrates, which seep into the groundwater from fertilizer and manure. Yet, 85 percent of the communities with nitrate violations have no treatment systems for removing the chemical.

Communities across the United States struggle with crumbling infrastructure, unsafe water, and environmental contaminants.

  • Numerous state and federal programs are setup to help communities address these issues, but the need for specialized expertise, deep knowledge of the procedures, and ability to obtain and allocate resources can make these programs difficult to navigate.
  • The result is that many communities do not know these programs exist, do not know how to get involved, and are not equipped to take advantage of the benefits.
  • Envirosult research also show no competitors to the niche we pursuing of federal or state monies in the range of $150,000 to $1,000,000 for the various projects we envision. There are very large companies using these federal and state monies as per below for their very large projects but then as pointed out small communities are left out and project profitability left to 10-15% at best to fund their very large overheads. See below link.

Solution

Very Experienced Team | Access the Below $$ | And Make Sure it goes to Smaller USA Cities

  • The founders of Envirosult bring the needed specialized knowledge and expertise to the table with years of hands-on experience in the fields of petrochemicals, manufacturing, and project management under their belts.
  • Envirosult functions as the liaison between communities in need and the state and federal programs that can help them.
  • In the fiscal year 2019, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved $63,146,000 in Section 108 Guaranteed Loan commitments for a variety of community and economic development projects throughout the United States.
  • The American Rescue Plan provides $350 billion in emergency funding for eligible state, local, territorial, and Tribal governments to respond to the COVID-19 emergency and bring back jobs.
  • EPA announces $2.7 Billion to improve water infrastructure
    • Funding includes a new $12 million grant program to help wastewater utilities that serve small, rural, and tribal communities.
Mar 23rd, 2021: "The EPA’s $65 billion in water infrastructure funding will provide more than $13 billion in water infrastructure projects while creating more than 40,000 jobs,” said EPA Administrator, Michael S. Regan


Product

Safer Drinking Water, Playgrounds, Infrastructure, Environmental Education

Clean water is one of the most vital necessities for healthy communities

For this reason, Envirosult will focus on clean water projects initially, while branching out into other infrastructure and environmental projects as the Company expands. Clean water consulting and technical services include:

  • Identifying the areas most impacted.
  • Facilitating the construction and improvement of community water systems.
  • Replacing existing pipes, tanks, and meters.
  • Replacing lead service lines.
  • Improving risk communications.
  • Educating the community on negative impacts of soil and drinking water contamination created by pollution, viruses, bacteria, lead, mercury, gas, and oil.
  • Strengthening drinking water treatment requirements.
  • Increasing sampling reliability.
  • Supporting economically stressed communities.
  • Protecting water infrastructure against the impacts of climate change.
  • Reducing exposure to lead and addressing emerging contaminants.
  • Updating aging infrastructure.
  • Implementing new or innovative approaches including cybersecurity and green infrastructure.

Federal & State Loans & Grants Available. These below are only a few of numerous federal and state programs.

US EPA Clean Water SRF + Drinking Water SRF - Loans and grants to communities of all sizes including Infrastructure re-development

USDA Water + Waste Disposal Programs to Communities including Infrastructure.

US HUD Community Development Block Grant - Grants to be used for broad range of activities including Water, Waste Programs and Infrastructure

US DOC Public Works + Economic Development Programs

Various Grants to small and disadvantage communities – To alleviate unemployment, improve heating and cooling conditions, create workable W-Fi Environments for Environmental Education, and etc.

US COE Water + Wastewater Project Assistance - Offers assistance to various Infrastructure projects

US Department of Treasury - Offers various Tax Exempt Bonds

Bureau of Reclamation - Assistance on Water Supply Projects

USDA Rural Water Supply Programs

Indian Health Service Water + Wastewater Projects in Tribal Lands





Business Model

An Idea, Well Researched, Now to Help a Niche Overlooked Market

"One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done".

Envirosult’s business model revolves around the existence of state and federal level loan grant programs organized by various government agencies aimed at helping communities in need with their drinking waters, and other water uses, environmental, and various infrastructure needs.  Envirosult acts as that intermediary between these communities and the various federal and State agencies offering assistance. 

Envirosult combines a consultive and educational approach with proven state of the art solutions  and various geotechnical projects.  This unique model provides an essential service at 35‐40% profit margins.

Envirosult’s primary focus is on the largely ignored smaller communities that desperately need infrastructure help, especially with the quality of their drinking water. Envirosult will take a proactive and holistic approach to helping educate communities about their drinking water, as well as any other environmental and infrastructure issues the municipality may be facing that could be a hazard to the safety and well-being of families and its people in the community.

Key Activities include:

  1. Raising money through early on investors, part owners, future board members and crowd funding per SEC Regulations.
  2. Hiring key personnel, geoscientists, toxicologists, field supervisors, engineers, administrative, and office set up.
  3. Targeted social media digital optimization, responses from our website, highly targeted marketing campaigns, and selected calls to community leaders.
  4. Contacting various communities, council persons, and mayors in surrounding states and where needs are identified.
  5. Preparing state, local, and federal applications, meeting with government contract managers and contractors.
  6. Acquiring state and federal funds on their behalf of these communities.
  7. Conducting targeting specific projects with high emphasis on community needs and profitability.

Traction

Local Pastors, Community Leaders, have contacted Evirosult-----So we started this Company

Environmental pollution is reaching worrying proportions worldwide. Urbanization and industrialization along with economic development have led to increase in energy consumption and waste discharges. Based on the strength of the scientific knowledge regarding the adverse health effects from environmental pollution the magnitude of public health impacts is paramount. Our goal is to update and assist in water, sustainability, environmental, green and infrastructure development.

Water, so essential to life on this planet, is our single most precious resource, and already there is not enough of it to go around. Despite progress that brought clean water to 400 million people over the last decade, the latest figures from the United States Center for Disease Control show that more than 780 million people globally live without access to clean drinking water, and over a half-million (most of them children) die each year due to lack of clean water sources. In fact, half of hospital patients worldwide are people suffering from a water-related disease, according to
the 
United Nations Environment Programme.

There are many diseases caused by water pollution. These include gastrointestinal diseases, reproductive problems, neurological disorders, and even cancer. Anyone can be affected, but babies, young children, elderly individuals, and pregnant women, especially those who have weakened immune systems, are susceptible to illnesses from various water contaminants.

Competition

Only the very big A & E Firms

  • Other environmental consulting firms go after medium to large corporate contracts with multi-million-dollar budgets, while small towns get forgotten.
  • The average engineering and consulting firm is too large to pursue contracts required for these smaller, often rural municipalities.
  • These firms typically only take on large projects to keep up with their substantial overhead.
  • Their typical profitability is in the range of 10 – 12% of revenue, or lower.

    Top Competitors

    • Business & Decision. 2,432. $254 Million. ...
    • 16,724. $4 Billion.
    • 1,798. $450 Million.
    • Mesirow Financial. 500. $257 Million.
    • IDC Company. 2,000. $386 Million.
    • The Hackett Group. 1,143. $282 Million.
    • Exela Technologies. 21,000. $1 Billion.
    • 11,000. $3 Billion.
  • Even smaller consulting or engineering firms only do one or two smaller community projects when there are dozens of potential projects available.
  • In contrast, Envirosult will focus on the smaller communities that desperately need infrastructure help and do not always know where to turn when they lack the funding and knowledge to tackle the serious issues their town may be facing.
  • With the help of many types of loans and grants available, Envirosult is able to offer help to many small communities across the US that need it.

 

Market

Envirosult's Target Market approximately 60,000 USA Water Systems in the rural communities.

While Flint, Michigan, rightfully captures headlines, another water crisis affecting millions of Americans continues to go largely unnoticed. All across rural America, small community water systems are failing to protect public health due to a perfect storm of forces. Poor regulation of agricultural waste and other pollutants, shrinking populations, and aging infrastructure all contribute to the increasing incidents of water quality violations dotting the rural landscape. There are nearly 60 thousand community water systems in the United States and 93 percent of them serve populations of fewer than 10,000 people—67 percent serve populations of fewer than 500 people. In 2015, 9 percent of all water systems had a documented violation of water quality standards, exposing 21 million people to unhealthy drinking water. These violations were more likely to occur in rural areas, where communities often have trouble finding the funds to maintain their systems.

Many water supply systems were designed and built decades ago, and old systems are susceptible to a variety of failures. Corroding pipes can leach lead and copper directly into the drinking supply. Some need technological updates to keep pace with stricter pollutant standards that reflect our evolving scientific understanding of risk exposure. Pollutant levels are also just much higher than they used to be. Water supplies in farming communities often have harmfully high levels of nitrates, which seep into the groundwater from fertilizer and manure. Yet, 85 percent of the communities with nitrate violations have no treatment systems for removing the chemical.

By documented comparison to other USA States https://www.multipure.com/purely-social/science/top-10-states-worst-public-water-ratings-united-states 

These worst states are Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida, California, Ohio, New Jersey, Washington, Arizona, Georgia, and Puerto Rico.

In the state we reside:

At A Glance: Water Contamination in Louisiana (which is similar to many other states):

  • Approximately two-thirds of Louisiana residents get their drinking water from ground water sources.
  • Louisiana has many drinking water systems that had multiple tests show that lead exceeds 15 micrograms per liter of water. Of the state’s roughly 1,300 drinking water systems, about half operate infrastructure that is more than 50 years old.
  • Louisiana has struggled with aging infrastructure and deteriorating water quality. The system is plagued with leaks. Often, what flows from a tap is brown and smelly, the result of high levels of iron and manganese.
  • Crumbling infrastructure, a meager budget and lower-income residents are at risk (and some have) of being poisoned by their own water and air.

https://www.businessinsider.com/louisiana-cancer-alley-photos-oil-refineries-chemicals-pollution-2019-11

Inside Louisiana's horrifying 'Cancer Alley,' an 85-mile stretch of pollution and environmental racism that's now dealing with some of the highest coronavirus death rates in the country.

Unlike the black soot that used to linger in mining towns, here, the pollution registers quietly. It's in the oily taste of the water, on the blackened leaves of fruit trees, and in the acrid odor in the air, according to the Washington Post.

To get an idea of the toxicity, people living in Reserve, Louisiana, are 50 times more likely to get cancer than an average American.

This is not just unique to Louisiana.

Company Vision

Environmental community service, mentoring, partnerships with their neighbors, businesses

Envirosult is leading the way to a brighter and safer future by assisting smaller communities in their infrastructure, water, and various environmental needs.

  • The Company consolidates state and federal regulatory loan and grant information into a concise, relevant, and actionable summary for smaller overlooked communities.
  • Through this process, Envirosult will be able to help those communities that lack available financial resources, personnel to adequately address their infrastructure, water, and environmental issues.
  • Envirosult guides and supports communities, their local governments to discover ways to improve their specific infrastructure, water, environmental needs that postively impact the health and livelihood of the community.
  • With passion and commitment, Envirosult also continues to advise capital market leaders that may be contemplating investments in public and private entities to provide sustainable solutions to communities.

Founders

 

Investor Interest
Investors Interested1
Funding Interest So Far$20,000
Offering Terms
Funding Goal$250,000 - $2,000,000
Security TypeEquity
Min Investment$100
Max Investment$500,000
Closing DateJun 3, 2022 8:59 PM PDT
Investor Interest
Investors Interested1
Funding Interest So Far$20,000
Offering Terms
Funding Goal$250,000 - $2,000,000
Security TypeEquity
Min Investment$100
Max Investment$500,000
Closing DateJun 3, 2022 8:59 PM PDT

Offering Terms

Funding Goal
$250,000 - $2,000,000
Security Type
Equity
Min Investment
$100
Max Investment
$500,000
Closing Date
Jun 3, 2022 10:59 PM CDT

Investor Interest

Investors Interested
1
Funding Interest
$20,000