Pittmoss Net Worth: Mont Hanley really was in greenhouses prior to starting his business, Pittmoss. He also bought one at the age of 12 and it was his first job right out of high school. Mont was interested in the setting for the first time in the local nursery, and where turkey moss originated. He read a Sierra magazine report outlining the harsh environmental consequences of Peat Moss.
Canadian sphagnum peat moss replacement supplier to sell garden modifications and commercial growth mixes of the next decade. The sphagnum peat moss substitute of the company supplies a peat mousse which consists of a mixture of organic additives and recycled paper.
Otherwise landfilling in the form of a sustainable alternative to commercial growers and housekeepers, producing recycled material, leading to larger and stronger plants.
According to Mont only Mark signed a final investment contract, though Robert and Kevin also had entered into the deal at the exhibition. In the sum of $1,5 million, Mark joined Pittsburgh’s investors.
It looks as if Mark was actually persuaded by the contribution he made to his home town of Pittsburgh. This engagement is apparently satisfying. Pittmoss continues to attract customers and has a 600,000 dollar backlog of orders, ironically the initial investment of Pittmoss is called for by Sharks.