The Landfill Pickers Build A Village

GreenFire works with the engineers, professionals and academic professionals from the nearby cities to help better the Picker’s existing living systems. Our operation always encourages village out reach. We are village centric business.

Opportunity is the best we can do for the children and families of the landfill.

The GreenFire Landfill Village Manufacturing

The obvious mission here is providing the opportunity of employment, entrepreneurship and self-respect for the Pickers. With a little training and guidance these people will excel. Remember one important fact; entrepreneurship with the Pickers is survival immediately and escape ultimately.

The byproducts produced from the GreenFire process lend themselves perfectly to this situation. We produce an inert raw material that is clean and resistant to almost everything including aging. Perfect for 3D print Manufacturing and Distributed Manufacturing.

The Landfill Village Micro Factory

3D Print Micro factory

GreenFire plans to install every landfill project with their own 3D printing “Micro-factory”, which includes an entire system for self-sufficient 3D printing. The Micro-factory package includes:

  • A shredder to reduce plastic in pellets,
  • An extruder that melts pellets creating a filament,
  • A 3D printer for large size objects and 2 service printers for smaller objects,
  • A system for 3D acquisition
  • 2 PCs and a database of 3D objects to print,
  • A spare part set and tools
  • Documentation and tutorials

Employment / Entrepreneurship / Self-respect

Principles: The Process of Village Manufacturing

First, the basic criteria of all village production must be modular in design.

All projects and products must be divisible into components, or modules, each of which can be independently produced.

Designed with standardized units or dimensions, for easy assembly and repair or flexible arrangement and use.

That allows the workers to work an open schedule, without having to wait for each other’s contributions or coordinate with each other in person.

Second, the size of the module is essential. Each project or product is broken down into smaller pieces (module size). Different module sizes will allow people with different levels of motivation to work together by contributing small or large modules, consistent with their level of interest in the project and their motivation.

Third, a successful village production enterprise will be the resource by which the modules are assembled into a whole end product. Thus, the final assembly must include both quality controls over the modules and a system for assembling the separate pieces into the finished product.

The first task for the LandfillPicker village citizens is to build the Village. The learning process begins with this.

Vocational training

All education will be designed around the STEM system.

Training will begin with the micro factory immediately. The first project is in support of the GreenFire central plant. All conveyors and feedstock systems will be designed, manufactured and assembled by the Pickers with the assistance of the GreenFire team.

The first priority for the Pickers manufacturing is shoes and boots. In the included plans and models will be those for the shoes and boots It is our hope that shoes are firsts items manufactured.

The STEM training is always supported with literacy training and general education. As they learn the 3D printing and become capable, they will be given the plans to start their village. GreenFire will negotiate professional support to assist.

Consumer Goods

The Pickers are taught to use the manufacturing to manifest their good ideas. Design support is and 3D working models are provided as needed to assist.

Basic design and manufacturing principles are taught in the context of entrepreneurial pursuit.

The Landfill Manufacturing Business – Global Commerce and Trade

Distributed Manufacturing

As the factory matures GreenFire will assist in administering product manufacturing efforts for consumer goods made from “Landfill Waste” by the “Children of the Landfill”.

The primary attribute of distributed manufacturing is the ability to create value at geographically dispersed locations via manufacturing. For example, shipping costs are minimized when products are built geographically close to their intended markets.

Also, products manufactured in a number of small facilities distributed over a wide area can be customized with details adapted to individual or regional tastes.

The landfill factories will manufacture components in different physical locations. GreenFire will manage the supply chain to bring the components together for final assembly of the product.

This is the GreenFire form of distributed manufacturing.

Distributed autonomous organizations (DAO) networks combined with 3D manufacturing allow companies a decentralized and geographically independent distributed production.

Each village will be networked with the other global landfill villages through the GreenFire DAO blockchain network. Assistance and support for the functioning of the village will be available 24 – 7.

Trade Commerce will be taught and supported in the local private Landfill network first. Accomplishing the basics will open the system up for global business.

Each Landfill factory has a Satellite uplink or local broadband connectivity to the Internet and the GreenFire DAO.

Next: Village Commerce and Trade