Sri Lanka Government Project Initiation

Green Key’s Sri Lanka Debut, at the Prime Minister's office Pictured: Green Key Team along with Patron Parliament Member (sitting).

Green Key Enterprises was honored to display and demonstrate its proprietary Green Key ONE™ software program to Sri Lankan government leaders. Green Key delivered for review a complete business model designed to deal with the mounting waste problem facing Sri Lanka.

Sir Lanka Prime Minister's Office

To prepare its presentation, Green Key took into account the many regional economic factors that are unique to Sri Lanka. Understanding IS the first step in exploring local solutions and maximizing the benefits of Comparative Advantage in global markets. Green Key’s aim, besides improving the environment and improving the lives of the Sri Lankan people, is to create a new revenue generating economy out of trash (waste, garbage, MSW… which is the best to use?)

Dir. Bradley Emmerson

A Visit To The Treasury Building

The Green Key Project and its Business Plan was reviewed and vetted by the Ministry of Finance & Department of Public/Private Partnership Director Mr. Bradley Emmerson.

Green Key ONE™ was able to save Sri Lanka 100’s of hours and guesswork by delivering a “investment-grade” business model specific to Sri Lanka. Discarded resources (MSW) becomes a material competitive advantage when clean energy and synlumber are produced together in one (negative carbon producing) Green Key Facility.

Vetted Provincial Councils and Local Govt.

Green Key Gains support and trust from Hon. Faiszer Musthapha Minister of Provincial Councils and Local Govt. to move project forward. 

Green Key Makes Local News

Gathering local data and analytics for production possibilities and Green Key’s efficient use of Discarded Resources (MSW) has caught the attention of the local media.

Photo (left to right): Mike Hill, CEO Green Key Enterprises, Ajith Rajapaksha, Southern Provincial WHIP, “Deshamanya” Mangala Senarath, Persana Rajapaksha, Brent Erickson, Brent Lee Greer

First Green Key Facility to be set in Southern Province

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