Environmental entrepreneur Andrew Mangan promoted by-product synergy (BPS) programs as a means to achieve sustainable development. BPS is a process that companies and discover new ways to help convert their waste into commodities. Manganese goals were twofold: to promote greater use of BPS programs and to adopt the establishment of a company in the business support such programs. Manganese faced by both business and regulatory barriers, all of which he could not overcome. Critical Support fro … Read more »

Environmental entrepreneur Andrew Mangan promoted by-product synergy (BPS) programs as a means to achieve sustainable development. BPS is a process that companies and discover new ways to help convert their waste into commodities. Manganese goals were twofold: to promote greater use of BPS programs and to adopt the establishment of a company in the business support such programs. Manganese faced by both business and regulatory barriers, all of which he could not overcome. Critical support to the EPA was verbally but granted reasonable measures have not been implemented. Manganese also required to have a pricing policy and business model that would be applied sustainability sustainable development. Recent developments, such as a relationship with the State of New Jersey, suggested a positive outlook, although much uncertainty remained. Manganese reflected on his decades-long battle as he pulled his options into consideration.
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Terry Anderson,
Susan MacKenzie
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
15 pages.
Release Date: 04 February, 2002. Prod #: E118-PDF-ENG
Applied Sustainability LLC: making a business case for by-product Synergy HBR case solution