EarthRenew Inc., along with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Replenish Nutrients Ltd., is reporting revenue for January to December 2021 of $14 million, up 106% or $7.2 million from the same period in 2020. Since the closing of the acquisition on May 1, 2021, Replenish Nutrients reports $11.1 million in revenue. EarthRenew is also reporting 2021 revenue from power generation of $1.1 million surpassing 2020 power revenue of $0.4 million.
On a consolidated basis, the total combined revenue of EarthRenew and Replenish for the period of January to December 2021 was $15.1 million. Consolidated results since closing of the acquisition of Replenish on May 1, 2021, are $12.2 million in revenue. On this basis, EarthRenew is anticipating positive earnings from operations results for Q4, 2021.
With the revenue leap coming almost exclusively from Replenish sales, the Company is focused on driving uptake within the regenerative fertilizer market, leaning into the Replenish business. CEO Keith Driver commented, “We are pleased to see the year-over-year growth in revenue from the sale of regenerative fertilizer on track, as predicted. At the same time, we are close to commissioning Replenish’s expanded Beiseker facility, growing our granulated production capacity to 20,000 tonnes from 4,000 tonnes.”
With the commissioning, EarthRenew is forecasting growth in revenues from fertilizer to be in excess of $24 million for 2022 (71 per cent growth). This growth in sales will largely be a result of the additional production capacity for granulated fertilizers coming online at the production facility in Beiseker, Alberta, as well as some efficiencies in the blended fertilizer business.