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APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR THE DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING OF ORGANIC WASTE.
A patented process for the destruction/recycling of organic materials of
any kind by reductive thermal treatment. An inert gas is introduced into
the reactor so as to displace oxygen. The interior of the pressurized reactor
is heated to a certain temperature required for the breaking down of the
chemical compounds of the respective material into smaller fragments -
up to 3,000 deg F, depending on the material to be disposed of. The waste
is converted to a compound of hydrocarbon gases, hydrogen, water and simple
solid residues: carbon, sulfur and chlorine salt.
There are no emissions and no pollutants released into the atmosphere.
The end products are collected and they are reusable. The cost for such
a machine would be a fraction of that of a conventional waste disposal
process without the possibility of a life-time liability for improper handling/disposing
of certain wastes. Best applications are the disposal of drugs, medical
wastes, chemicals.The waste streams from health-care related are practically
limitless. Disposal of medical wastes on-site with a mobile unit is probably
free of energy costs (electricity).
A sale of the six issued patents is preferrable. One of these patents
refers to a vitrification process (encapsulation of inorganic material
related to this process). #0321A
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECH. Biological treatment of industrial waste requires
the establishment of robust biological innoculms. Food and pharmaceutical
industry clients on a case by case basis to assist in trouble-shooting
and establishment of reproducible, customised biotreatment practises. Collaborative
& Contract Research Opportunity. #0289C
'RF' COMPOSTING METHOD. The patent application describes
a new method of anaerobic composting that radically differs from all others
as follows: (1) It efficiently recycles animal remains such as carcasses
and waste; (2) It is odorless; (3) It uses static piles; (4) It uses both
aerobic and anaerobic feedstock; (5) It is not capital intensive; and (6)
It makes the finest qualiy organic fertilizer. The best method for growing
food organically is to use organic fertilizer. In addition, the RF Composting
Method has widespread applications in industries such as livestock production,
food processing, solid waste management, municipal and private landfills,
bio remediation, and environmental remediation. #0261A
HEAVY METAL CAT-ION EXCHANGE. Cation Exchange Material A
low cost material, XAM, developed from kaolin with high selectivity to
problematical metals such as Pb, Cu, U, Ag, Cd, and Zn. Use in the treatment
of contaminated groundwater, mine seepage and industrial waste effluent.
International patents have been filed. #0256A
WATER SOFTENER/ DETERGENT BUILDER. Phosphate-free Detergent
Builder A new material for use as a water softener/detergent builder. Process
of manufacture simpler than that used for detergent grade synthetic zeolites.
Manufactured from low-cost, readily available starting materials and via
well established low-cost industrial process. International PCT application
has been filed for the protection of IP. #0257A
MATERIAL COMPACTOR Waste Comminuting Apparatus. Patented
in U.S. and Australia. Volumetric mass of organic materials can be reduced
by 70 to 90% by removing its moisture content. Can be used for almost any
organic material such as grass, leaves, fruit etc. In most cases the resultant
material can be re-used/re-sold as stock feed, fertilizer and various other
applications. Side benefits for the environment are the reduction in land
fill costs and the sale of the organic waste. Can be powered by petrol,
electricity etc. and can be produced from small domestic to large commercial.
ACID/ HEAVY METAL RECOVERY/ recycling and waste minimization
systems for metals and electronics manufacturers. The company markets two
patented processes that separate and recycle all acids commonly used in
metal manufacturing, finishing and circuitry etching using anionic membrane
technology. The technology also converts what had previously been hazardous
acidic wastes into marketable metal salts. The company has current active
proposals totaling over $1 million in revenues for 1996 and $14 million
for 1998. The majority of these proposals are for major domestic steel
and copper producers to provide operating savings, quality improvements
and environmental benefits. Similar opportunities are being explored in
Europe, and China. The company is looking for equity investors to provide
a total of at least $1 million over the next year to fund marketing and
technology advancement. #0141A
OIL BOTTLE DRAINER. Preventing pollution and saving money
go hand in hand with this patented new plastic tool that holds motor oil
bottles upside down, so that consumers can save the 1 to 2 ounces of motor
oil clinging to the inside of each of the 3.43 billion motor oil bottles
sold in the United States every year. The tool can be table mounted or
wall mounted, and is interconnectable to be useful for shops as well as
homeowners. The pollution that can be prevented with this simple tool is
amazing: Because of the residue in the plastic, few recyclers accept used
motor oil bottles, resulting in billions of recyclable bottles and over
3 1/2 Exxon Valdez oil spillsí worth of perfectly usable motor oil going
into our landfills. Recyclers around the world will want to give or sell
this tool to their customers, so that the plastic can be easily recycled.
The manufacturer/patentholder is currently seeking customers that wish
to private label the product for use as a promotional, mail order, institutional,
or retail item. #0147A
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