Carbotura's proposed investment of $521 million USD in Saskatchewan to build multiple regional ZeroFill 100% solid waste Regenesis facilities promises significant economic benefits, including job creation, increased local spending, revenue generation, and environmental sustainability, with the project projected to generate a total economic impact of $1.88 billion over the next five years.
Carbotura Zero-Fill is a unique and proprietary waste management service with zero-emissions and a carbon negative footprint that provides long-term contracts, no upfront capital investment, and annual rebates for zero-cost waste elimination.
Gravitas Infinitum LLC, the developer of Carbotura Zero-Fill Services, has stated that their waste management solution does not fall under regulatory purviews of Federal and State Environmental Protection Agencies (EPAs) due to their unique zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions profile. However, they have implemented measures to comply with the U.S. EPA's Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulation for storage of fuels. The EPA does not currently regulate zero-emissions companies, but is considering regulating greenhouse gas emissions from electric vehicles and other zero-emissions vehicles in the future.