The Real Economic Costs For Wearing Masks & its 1MM Profit Opportunity
Cover to protect your health. Be considerate of others. Help stop the spread. Did I mention we decimate the environment?
THE PPE MOUNTAIN OF GOLD
Wearing a mask slows the spread of COVID-19. Medical statements, government policy and common sense led to disposable mask production. Mask production increase rivaled mount Everest. The United Nations trade body, UNCTAD, estimates global sales will total $166 billion this year. In 2019 global sales were $800 million.
Who contributed to this sudden spike in sales? Well I know some participants firsthand.
Today’s modern-day California pan handlers for gold are personal protection equipment brokers. These people rushed to the shores of deregulation to discover their gold nuggets.
I personally watched some of my friends take riches of $80,000 & $500,000. Then these same people discussed millions. Some were so happy with the money they made they gifted coveted items. I personally received a Richard Millie as a gift to help structure a deal.
Who wants cash when you can get store of value?
Read my Data Drive Investor article if you don’t understand why I took the watch.
No one will steal my wealth in a deal.
I am smarter than that.
I witnessed millions lost over greed. Government watch dogs ratified price gouging orders to locate the greedy handler’s product. These watch dogs smelled meat. After the watch dogs discovered their scent, they bit the product handlers. The watch dogs did not release their teeth until blood flowed.
The handlers cried in agony as they disclosed their mask locations.
The handlers were left with nothing but fear. The fear the watch dogs would bite again.
CONSEQUENCES FOR THE PPE GOLD RUSH
If historical data sets are reliable indicators, around 75 per cent of used masks will see their end in landfills. Worse the masks will create floating islands in the seas.
The financial cost in for the economic areas of tourism and fisheries is estimated at around $40 billion (Source: the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) 2020).
UNEP warned if large increases of environmentally destructive single use plastic medical waste was not managed; uncontrolled dumping would most likely occur.
UNEP produced a series of factsheets on the subject. These fact sheets detail public health risks from infected disposed masks.
THE GREAT FIRE & SMOKE TO OUR HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT
The hidden detail no one wants to talk about is the great dark cloud swelling in our airs.
There is a poison coming from open burning or uncontrolled incineration of masks. This poison is leading to toxin releases into the environment. This fire is also creating secondary transmission of diseases to people. These diseases are not COVID but still harmful.
Fears of these potential secondary impacts on health and the environment is creating alarm. UNEP is urging governments to classify management of waste, including medical and hazardous waste, as essential public service.
Seems like common sense…but I suppose common sense does not add up to a dollar. Sad.
The great disappointment of our era will be failure to conduct safe handling and final disposal of mask waste. Preserving health is important. We must ask questions beyond the obvious. What we do with masks is a vital element in effective emergency response.
“Plastic pollution was already one of the greatest threats to our planet before the coronavirus outbreak,” said Pamela Coke-Hamilton, UNCTAD’s director of international trade. “The sudden boom in the daily use of certain products to keep people safe and stop the disease is making things much worse.”
WANT A TIP TO EARN SOME MONEY?
Aside from the astounding fear created by this situation we must ask, “Where is the good in all this?” I have always been a half glass full type. In this situation my thoughts go to
1) How can I protect my family?
2) Where can I make money?
3) How can I capitalize on disorganization?
The answers that come to my mind consist of:
1) Make sure my family is not located by garbage incineration plants. Search wind patterns of these facilities. Make sure we are not breathing down wind drafts. I don’t need my daughter getting asthma or bronchitis.
2) Look for waste disposal companies who are already in contract with local municipal waste facilities. These companies will have contract orders swell in the coming months due hazardous material waste.
3) Find companies needing financial assistance for HAZMAT suits, dangerous handling equipment and other items. These companies will capitalize on a dangerous problem. Once the COVID situation blows over the new opportunity to blow up will be cleaning up the mess everyone made in a panic.
In all instances you will see money earned. Have some foresight. Now you know why a professional entrepreneur earns money in all climates. Adapt of die. I do not want to be a dinosaur, and neither should you. I have no click bait here.
This is what I told you when I emailed you, passed out my card, or had a chat with you. I didn’t write this to get your money. I wrote this to help you. This is exactly what I plan to do to earn money in 2021. Why don’t you start following me already? Well maybe you just don’t want to earn any money.
That’s fair. I guess some people enjoy having no money.
What will you do with this opportunity? What did it cost? About 5 minutes.
To your knowledge success!
About Christopher: Christopher Knight Lopez is a Professional Entrepreneur. Christopher has opened over 7 businesses in his 14-year career. Christopher’s purpose is to take advantage of various market-driven opportunities. Christopher is a certified Master Project Manager (MPM), Master Financial Planner (MFP) and Accredited Financial Analyst (AFA). Christopher previously held his Series 65 securities license examination. Christopher also has his General Lines — Life, Accident, Health & HMO. Christopher has managed a combined 286mm USD in reported Assets Under Management & Assets Under Advisement. Christopher has work experience in 29 countries, raised over 50mm USD for various businesses, and grossed over 8.0mm in his personal career. Christopher worked in the highly technical industries of: biotechnology, finance, securities, manufacturing, real estate, and residential mortgages. Christopher is a United States Air Force Veteran. Christopher has a passion for family, competitive sports, fishing, martial arts and advocacy for entrepreneurs. Christopher provides self-help classes for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Christopher’s passion to mentor comes from belief that entrepreneurs need guidance. The world is full of conflicting information about entrepreneur identity. See more at www.christopherklopez.com.
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