The guesswork is over. There is no longer a mystery because the practice is rapidly picking up in many parts of the world. Owing to the fact that the world’s regions, from north to south, and east to west, enjoy different climates, the natural vegetation subsequently differentiates and so as a result, different variations of bio minerals processing and distribution will be carried out. This form of minerals processing is what is replacing what could still be defined as conventional minerals, that which is still being mined from under the ground or on the surface of the ground in still alarmingly high volumes.
A word or two on the carbon dioxide stifler before finishing off with this growing trend. And some encouraging news perhaps for the private or domestic consumer. There is no other way to put it. The mining for minerals is killing the environment.
But the minerals of the future might just be giving the earth a chance to breathe. It is, however, still a contentious hot potato because if bio minerals processing is not carried out correctly and sustainability measures are not kept in check, then you may as well kiss this earth good-bye. Because the new bio minerals processing concept is still relatively in its infancy stages, not much is known about it to the middle of the road commercial consumer. Perhaps the metaphor of nuclear power supply can help.
To be fair, the related scientists are not wrong. Nuclear energy does provide you with a clean source of energy. But that’s only ever going to happen if this mining is managed one hundred percent correctly and responsibly. Similar criteria could apply to bio minerals processing if not handled in the correct manner, something which even the domestic consumer can buy into today.