Videos

Video Introduction


A selection of short videos as part of our process introductions and full process video. Including a few interesting videos we put together on climate change and the horse industry

HiPoint Pro Introduction

Our three minute master video gives you an overview of:

Highlights

The problem

The solution

The process

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SUSTAINABILITY


These two short videos are based around global warming sustainability and the issues of horse waste and the environment.

Highlights

Pollution

The effects

The reason



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Infusion Process

Super short intro of the misting process

Highlights

Clean

Treated

Safer


The infusion drum makes sure all fibers are treated safely.


Proven Technology 1 patent 3 claims pending. 


Complete 6-minute process video.

Full Video


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Description of HiPoint Agro Bedding Recycling Process.

This video is intended to show you the components as they function. HiPoint brings all pieces together in a closed-loop clean process, with low to no emissions, low odor, and built within three separate contained and enclosed buildings.

HiPoint Agro Bedding (HPAB) Corp is a zero-waste environmental recycling company that produces environmentally sustainable, hypoallergenic dust-free reusable animal bedding through an integrated process that includes accelerated bioreactor drums that convert horse manure buns to an inert biomass to be used as a soil enhancement, and a closed dryer system that yields clean stall bedding (The HiPoint Agro Bedding process or HPAB).

The cleaned and pasteurized horse bedding is blended with fresh shavings and processed through a proprietary infusion process, bagged, and resold to local horse farms.

A proposed HPAB-5 facility is capable of handling up to 59,000 tons per year of horse stall residuals.

The HPAB facility consists of three isolated components (or buildings) within the same 48,000 sq. ft building:

1. 125-ft. by 118 ft. enclosed building where horse stall residual material is delivered by licensed haulers who access the building and deposit materials within the enclosed structure. Materials in this component of the process are separated and introduced into bins and to the conveyor belts that begin the separation process.

2. 71-ft. by 118 ft. enclosed building that houses the bioreactor component where the horse buns are introduced into the self-heated drums and rendered inert after a period of a week or so. Any vapors or stream from the process is captured by biofilters to remove any odors.

3. 125-ft. by 200 ft. enclosed building for processed wood shavings, recycling and storage. This building contains the drying component where the stall shavings, having been separated from the manure buns, are dried in an enclosed heated system that pasteurizes the bedding material. This material is combined with fresh shavings and processed through the proprietary infusion system and bagged.

Vapors and steam produced by the heating process are captured through a piping system and transferred, after filtering, to the water towers where the condensate is converted to water used in other processes of the facility.


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We need to make a point here. Read on...

 

o We only bring in what we can process and do not store waste. No leaching. No odor. No waste.

o  HPAB is not a stand-alone compost site or transfer station

o  HPAB does not accept rotting manure to separate and process

o HPAB only accepts stall residuals from licensed haulers using covered trucks

o HPAB controls the quality of shavings and manure buns utilizing the facility

o Stall residuals should be at least 60% wood shavings with no more than 40% buns by volume

o No stall residuals will be stored or deposited outside on the building o Wood shavings and manure buns leave the facility in an inert state (little to no odor)

o  Replaceable carbon and ozone filters are used in buildings

o  Fans and blowers within the buildings produce low-level noise and odor

o  Low traffic count of under 19 trucks per day


Full Video


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Description of HiPoint Agro Bedding Recycling Process.

This video is intended to show you the components as they function. HiPoint brings all pieces together in a closed-loop clean process, with low to no emissions, low odor, and built within three separate contained and enclosed buildings.

HiPoint Agro Bedding (HPAB) Corp is a zero-waste environmental recycling company that produces environmentally sustainable, hypoallergenic dust-free reusable animal bedding through an integrated process that includes accelerated bioreactor drums that convert horse manure buns to an inert biomass to be used as a soil enhancement, and a closed dryer system that yields clean stall bedding (The HiPoint Agro Bedding process or HPAB).

The cleaned and pasteurized horse bedding is blended with fresh shavings and processed through a proprietary infusion process, bagged, and resold to local horse farms.

A proposed HPAB-5 facility is capable of handling up to 59,000 tons per year of horse stall residuals.

The HPAB facility consists of three isolated components (or buildings) within the same 48,000 sq. ft building:

1. 125-ft. by 118 ft. enclosed building where horse stall residual material is delivered by licensed haulers who access the building and deposit materials within the enclosed structure. Materials in this component of the process are separated and introduced into bins and to the conveyor belts that begin the separation process.

2. 71-ft. by 118 ft. enclosed building that houses the bioreactor component where the horse buns are introduced into the self-heated drums and rendered inert after a period of a week or so. Any vapors or stream from the process is captured by biofilters to remove any odors.

3. 125-ft. by 200 ft. enclosed building for processed wood shavings, recycling and storage. This building contains the drying component where the stall shavings, having been separated from the manure buns, are dried in an enclosed heated system that pasteurizes the bedding material. This material is combined with fresh shavings and processed through the proprietary infusion system and bagged.

Vapors and steam produced by the heating process are captured through a piping system and transferred, after filtering, to the water towers where the condensate is converted to water used in other processes of the facility.


Image

We need to make a point here. Read on...

o We only bring in what we can process and do not store waste. No leaching. No odor. No waste.

o  HPAB is not a stand-alone compost site or transfer station

o  HPAB does not accept rotting manure to separate and process

o HPAB only accepts stall residuals from licensed haulers using covered trucks

o HPAB controls the quality of shavings and manure buns utilizing the facility

o Stall residuals should be at least 60% wood shavings with no more than 40% buns by volume

o No stall residuals will be stored or deposited outside on the building o Wood shavings and manure buns leave the facility in an inert state (little to no odor)

o  Replaceable carbon and ozone filters are used in buildings

o  Fans and blowers within the buildings produce low-level noise and odor

o  Low traffic count of under 19 trucks per day


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