We encourage investors highly interested in this space and the potential of products, manufacturing, distribution, licensing, key customers, vendors as well as the market size to contact us. There is enormous value in the breadth of our products, customer targets, licensing opportunities, trademarks, copyrights, processes and intellectual property given the environmental pressures being applied by governments.

Across the globe, more and more countries are pushing back on single-use plastics with fees and even sometimes outright bans on these plastics. Alternatives to such wasteful single-use plastics are on the rise across the globe.

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The global gardening pots market size is expected to reach USD 2.5 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., expanding at a CAGR of 5.6% over the forecast period. Growing demand for public gardens and parks as a result of improved infrastructure of various cities at the global level is expected to expand the market size for gardening pots.

The global gardening pots market size was valued at USD 1.7 billion in 2018. Growing millennial’s interest in gardening is expected to remain a favorable factor for industry growth. Young gardeners from across the world are exhibiting a keen interest in the recent trends, which are way different from the traditional-style perennial garden. Furthermore, consumers are increasing spending on the inclusion of decorative features in their residences by planting money plants and flower sets in gardening pots, containers, and bags. 

Europe was the largest market, accounting for more than 35.0% share of the global revenue in 2018. Growth in countries including France, the U.K., Spain, Greece, and Belgium can be attributed to the fondness for the garden in the European culture. Europeans had been gardening for leisure since the 13th century and have continued to cherish it even today.

 The global disposable cups market size was valued at USD 11.88 billion in 2020 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.2% from 2021 to 2028. Increasing adoption of disposable cups to serve hot and cold beverages in quick service restaurants is likely to drive their demand in the coming years.

With the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, several food service companies across the globe have taken extra measures to ensure the safety and hygiene of their employees and consumers. For instance, fast food giants like Starbucks, Dunkin’, and McDonald’s brands have swiftly announced the suspension of bring-your-own (BYO) container programs in the wake of the pandemic. Amid the pandemic, disposable products are considered to be highly hygienic when it comes to the packaging of food and drinks. Thus, several other small and big food operators lean on disposables more than ever as many of which are now limited to take-out or delivery only. As covid-19 persists, these practices are foreseen to remain prevalent in the coming years. This is likely to drive the demand for disposable products.

 With an increasing number of consumers opting for take-away or home delivery services, many quick-service restaurants are considering disposable products, such as cups, plates, and cutlery, for serving and packaging. In addition, these disposable products are considered to be highly hygienic when it comes to the packaging of food and drinks, thereby driving the demand for disposable cups over the forecast period.

Despite the positive outlook, disposable cups made of plastic or foam materials are quite harmful to our planet. Even though they are quite convenient, the use of such disposable cups also implies serious problems. Plastic and Styrofoam takes an extraordinary length of time to break down, pollutes the environment, and is harmful to wildlife. Across the globe, more and more countries are pushing back on single-use plastics with fees and even sometimes outright bans on these plastics. Alternatives to such wasteful single-use plastics are on the rise across the globe.

For use of EverECO Targets we focused on outdoor shooting ranges. There are approximately 11,500 Outdoor Shooting Ranges in the United States.  This industry provides outdoor opportunities for firing weapons, which may include handguns, shotguns, rifles and other arms.  Handgun ranges typically have their own stations with target distances under 50 yards, while rifles can be shot at disks and a variety of other targets out to 300 yards and more.

According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) overall participation in this sport has increased 28% in the past two decades with women’s participation increasing more than 81% during the same time period.

The entire Recreational Shooting Industry is estimated to be in excess of  4 billion dollars with CAGR of 10.6%.   

 In the United States there are currently an estimated 52 million participants in recreational shooting sports with approximately 31 million of those who primarily only target shoot. Also, there are another estimated 4.7 million participants in competitive clay shooting sports. 

In 2018 there were an estimated 91,000,000 clay targets shot in the three main disciplines:  Skeet—10,000,000   Sporting Clays—24,000,000  and Trap—57,000,000.  If you were to add practice rounds to these numbers you could easily exceed 100,000,000 clay targets being used per year.  The average price of a target is $0.50 making the market for clay pigeons $50 million dollars.

Not every clay pigeon is biodegradable. Traditionally, companies used clay and petroleum resin to make these shooting targets. When petroleum resin is used, the clay target becomes non-biodegradable, and in many instances poses a toxic threat to wildlife

The EverECO Americas re-active and biodegradable shooting target presents a new and exciting shooting opportunity for the recreational shooter. 

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