First Public Showing of Innovative Waste-to-Energy Process

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California waste-to-energy firm claims first place in speed, environmental purity, carbon sequesteration, smallest footprint, salable pure gas, byproducts, and return on invested dollar.

It took 30 years but we did it

The first public showing of VRAD©, a new innovative organic waste-to-energy process will take place at the Pacific West Biomass Conference in January.

This biowaste process known as VRAD© accepts all urban farm, factory, commercial, garbage and trash waste streams to produce abundant amounts of clean CBM (compressed biomethane) a gas with a slightly higher Btu value than natural gas.

VRAD© now the first and only completely enclosed, smallest footprint and Environmentally Pure Waste-to-Energy Process. “We could build one next to City Hall”, Miller said with a grin”.
“We have gone the extra mile” said Herman P. Miller II, PE and president of Environmental Developers Inc. (EDI) a Vacaville California Company developer of the patented process. “It took 30 years but we did it”, he continued.

Not only does the Company claim to have the most efficient high temperature biomass digestion system in the world today but the VRAD© Process will produce clean gas, separates out and sequesters the Carbon Dioxide gas, and recycles pure water.

VRAD© a high tech approach to a typically low tech technology, is applicable to cities and urban areas with excesses of 500-1000 tons a day of biomass refuge. The sale of CBM, water, and other available byproducts, such as Epson Salts and Bicarbonate of Soda, dependent upon the type of feedstock available and market forces will return capital costs in 5-7 years and produce a tidy return to its investors” Miller claims.

The Sacramento, California biomass conference sponsored in part by Biomass Magazine will parade the biomass industries newest offerings at the Hyatt Regency January 11-13, 2010.

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