Manila, Philippines (PRWEB) June 19, 2008
The big news is a fresh foreign investment at $18 billion will create greener environment and cheap electricity for the Philippines. This is the announcement by Ronald Flynn, President of the Spectrum Blue Steel. Flynn said that the problem of garbage and high costs of electricity in the Philippines will soon be a thing of the past as he quoted, "Your waste, our Future."
Recently, Spectrum Blue Steel, a local Philippines company landed an exclusive contract with public company Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF.OB) and now has started to implement the 10 year plan for the Philippines using the patented Biosphere and Eco Technology. Biosphere creates electricity by destroying waste in a cost-effective manner without polluting the environment. The Biosphere Process creates electricity by gasifying traditional and non-traditional waste materials and/or fossil fuels using extremely high temperatures. This process is done in a limited-oxygen environment thereby significantly limiting atmospheric emissions.
Biosphere Development Corp is a world leader in the micro-power generation and environmental infrastructure market. The Biosphere Process™, safely, efficiently and under minimal oxygen conditions, gasifies traditional and non-traditional by-products, and/or fossil fuels, into electricity and other beneficial by-products. The Biosphere Process assists in solving the global warming problem by converting disposable materials such as:
- Municipal solid waste
- Automobile and truck tires
- Petroleum and Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) waste
- Agricultural surpluses, animal waste or animal parts waste and effluents
- Industrial waste
- Sour or wet natural gas without refining
- Soil-contaminated waste
- Land fill reclamation
- Traditional fossil fuels, including sulfur contaminated coal and untreated shale oil
- Petroleum drilling waste such as oil-contaminated top soil, drill cuttings and oil-contaminated ground water
into clean, green electricity, and or process steam.
Further, the Chief Executive Officer of Spectrum Blue Steel, Ruth Briones, pointed out some key points about the Philippines and what is needed. She explained that With 88 million people covering 1,700 cities and municipalities nationwide, about 1,500 Biosphere facilities shall be installed all over the Philippines. The total budgetary requirement for these machines is $18 billion.
The planned targeting has already started with 120 cities and prime provinces in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. To date, 12 provinces have already signified their intention for the Biosphere Technology additionally Spectrum Blue steel also received 18 cities' letters of intents. The spectrum team is currently busy getting the technical profile of these provinces and cities for the preparation of the business plan for the first 300 Biosphere installations.
The Spectrum Team is coordinating with the Union of Local Associations of the Philippines (ULAP) through its President, Mayor Benjur Abalos, in connection with the Project. ULAP is the umbrella organization of all governors, mayors and all officials over 1,700 towns and cities nationwide.
Spectrum has started talks with the Metro Manila Commission for the installation of the pilot Biosphere Plan in Metro Manila. This will involve 42 Biosphere Facilities. The team is awaiting some information from the cities and municipalities, the National Power Corporation and from the National Solid Waste Commission for the final draft of the business plan. Additionally, top executives at the Office of the President, Office of the Environmental Ombudsman and the National Solid Waste Commission are assisting the Spectrum Team in the preparation of the ten year plan.
Spectrum Blue Steel Consultants, Inc. is a domestic corporation duly registered under the laws of the Philippines and holds an exclusive license to the Biosphere Technology from Biosphere Development Corporation/Global Environment and Energy Corporation in the Philippines. The Chief Executive Officer is Ruth P. Briones and the President is Ronald Flynn.