Extracting gases from landfills creates energy, resulting in an environmental uplift for Puerto Rico, by having alternative, methane-rich LFG (land-fill-gas) energy, to replace more expensive natural gas. On the same properties, next to existing Municipal Solid Waste to Energy Plants, Aquaponics systems will be installed, to farm fish, vegetables and algae that will contribute to organic food security. The Aquaponic systems will augment the yield of local farmers and fisherman in such a way, that they will enjoy enhanced income, instead of predatory competition.
Low cost, rapidly constructed water-resistant, multi-room, spherical housing capable of withstanding winds of over 220 mph, will also be introduced, so as to survive future storms with minimum damage. By cooperating with various agencies and local governments, the above strategy simultaneously improves on infrastructure, energy, water, food and housing. This process, which includes major international financing, will allow Storm Aid, Global Design, LLC and their partners, through progressive, people friendly and environmentally friendly programs and solutions, to play a major role in facilitating the recovery of victims and the rebuilding of communities, that have suffered the devastating consequences of major storms, that we all know, will continue to occur in the U.S., the Caribbean, as well as throughout the world.