Jack Sheaffer had produced a unique wastewater treatment plant, which no organic sludge, no odor and was cheaper than conventional systems. He was concerned, however, that his business could suffer if there is a night on the market. His previous company had failed, when interest rates rose at the end of the 1970s. He wanted a business plan that would isolate it from market shocks and found it to build with the BOOM program have operate, and maintain. BOOM Set Sheaffer c … Read more »

Jack Sheaffer had produced a unique wastewater treatment plant, which no organic sludge, no odor and was cheaper than conventional systems. He was concerned, however, that his business could suffer if there is a night on the market. His previous company had failed, when interest rates rose at the end of the 1970s. He wanted a business plan that would isolate it from market shocks and found it to build with the BOOM program have operate, and maintain. BOOM Set Sheaffer company responsible for the ownership and maintenance of wastewater treatment developed by the company. It provided a steady source of income through long-term contracts with food processors, municipalities and the like. A plant would be built on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River in northern Virginia BOOM first test. His
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Terry Anderson,
J. Bishop Grewell
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
23 pages.
Release Date: 02 July, 2001. Prod #: SM80-PDF-ENG
Sheaffer International BOOM program HBR case solution