The paradigm shifts just keep on coming. Every year, new developments come to the fore. There are new challenges that need to be overcome. It requires both collective and individual illustriousness. Sleeves are rolled up, ready for work. Minds are active, thinking what needs to be done next to achieve a suitable and desirable outcome. Every contribution made by the new entrepreneur, of which there are many, is positive.
Many new entrepreneurs are choosing to do things that help others. They are choosing to do things that are good for the environment. If it is good for the environment, it is good for all that live in it. Reclaiming forests is one of the most important expanded public works being carried out. It is so expansive; it is not enough for the government department to handle on its own. It requires collective private enterprise.
The small startup has its own challenges. Resources are at an all-time low. There is not always enough capital to begin with. Almost immediate income generators are required, not always easy to come by. The environmentally friendly lumberjack and horticulturalist makes a good start with a small fleet of used forestry trucks. These are trucks built for purpose. Going direct to the manufacturer would have proven to be too costly.
Better to rely on the used alternatives for the time being. For the time being? If the trucks are well-maintained, well looked after in spite of its rudimentary use, it could well be used for ages. For the environmentally conscious entrepreneur, the sustainable developer and the small business with budgetary concerns, that would have to be the objective. Used trucks can be used in other environmentally friendly areas, recycling work being a fine example.
There are no limits.