Natural State Research’s Dr. Moinuddin Sarker Receives the AEE’s 2010 Renewable Energy Innovator-of-the-Year Award

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Award to be Presented at the Upcoming 2010 World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, D.C.

“Our patented technology provides a new alternative to fossil fuels that can sustainably create gasoline without depleting our natural resources.”

Natural State Research today announced that Executive Vice President and COO, Dr. Moinuddin Sarker, PH.D. MCIC has received the 2010 Renewable Energy Innovator-of-the-Year award, by the Association of Energy Engineers. The award will be presented at the upcoming 2010 World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, D.C.

The AEE’s prestigious awards are given to individuals and organizations that achieve National and International prominence in promoting the practices and principles of energy engineering and energy management. NSR’s Dr. Sarker has been recognized by the AEE for inventing the patent-pending technology that recycles waste plastic, and converts it into high-octane liquid fuel.

NSR’s revolutionary technology converts waste plastic into an alternative hydrocarbon liquid fuel that can be used by any combustion engine. This high-octane fuel burns cleaner and more efficiently than traditional gasoline and diesel, and it can be produced at a lower overall cost. Contrary to the burning of fossil fuels like petroleum, NSR’s production process does not create gas emissions that contribute to the problem of greenhouse gases. All of this is in addition to the direct environmental benefits realized by recycling, and preventing millions of tons of waste plastics from filling landfills each year.

“Our patented technology provides a new alternative to fossil fuels that can sustainably create gasoline without depleting our natural resources,” said NSR’s Dr. Moinuddin Sarker. “Furthermore, the production of NSR fuel will reduce environmental pollution by removing plastic from landfills, and it will create sustainable jobs that cannot be outsourced. I’m extremely grateful to the Association of Energy Engineers for recognizing our efforts, and I’m committed to evangelizing this technology until it becomes commonplace in every municipality around the world.”

Natural State Research’s lab is located in Stamford, Connecticut. NSR has recently launched its first pilot plant, and the company is currently negotiating with multiple cities to establish additional pilot programs. NSR is also focused on building plants for governmental agencies, utility companies, and private enterprises, such as waste management companies.

Job Creation through Renewable Energy Production
NSR’s technology can create a new ecosystem of economic activity. NSR plans to commercialize its technology through license agreements with organizations that will establish locally-owned waste conversion plants. New jobs - which cannot be outsourced – will be required to collect, sort and clean waste plastics. Additional jobs will be needed to produce, refine, analyze, and transport the NSR Fuel. As many as 50 new jobs can be created by NSR’s technology in each of the 1,200 largest US metropolitan areas – representing 60,000 sustainable clean energy jobs in the US alone.

Anyone interested in learning more about NSR’s technology, or discussing business development and franchising opportunities should contact Dr. Sarker at msarker(at)naturalstateresearch(dot)com.

About NSR:
Natural State Research Inc. (NSR) recycles plastic waste, and converts it into high-octane liquid fuel that can be used in any combustion engine. NSR Fuel provides the promise of achieving balance between energy, economics, and environmental efficiencies, by addressing three of the most difficult problems facing society today: energy dependence on fossil fuels; environmental pollution; and the creation of sustainable jobs. For more information, please visit:

For additional details on NSR, members of the media are encouraged to contact:
Todd Keefe
For Immediate Release Public Relations
617-262-1968 x 101

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