Utilizing industry byproducts for investment opportunities in Nepal – is there any potential?

Utilizing industry byproducts for investment opportunities in Nepal – is there any potential?

As someone who overthinks about alot of things, one thought that recently crossed my mind after researching about the packaged ‘bones’ I was giving my dogs. Basically, I learned that those packaged bones found in pet shops are not actually bones, but rather animal skin that is a byproduct of meat industry that pet food industry acquires and repurposes into new item. Matlab, what would probably be a byproduct/waste of one industry, is being utilized by another. Arko chai, even gelatin, a compound used in making jellies are made from pig skin/chicken feet jasto animal byproducts.
So that got me thinking ki is there any potential that we are yet to explore in Nepal regarding this? Afterall, isnt one man’s trash another man’s treasure?

Personally interested to know if there is any feasibility to do this in a way that becomes economically viable enough that I, as a 9-5 worker, can invest a small amount of money to start some type of side business?


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