BioMass Energy Opportunities for Municipalities to be the Subject of Expert Panel at International Biomass Conference in St Louis America's Center May 2-5, 2011.

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Environmental Process Companies fight for position to locate pilot plants that will demonstrate their capability to efficiently eliminate landfills and produce energy from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and gain worldwide acceptance of their environmentally pure processes.

Herman P. Miller III, PE inventor of the VRAD© Process and president of this company will moderate a panel of scientists and industry experts that will discuss the opportunities for municipalities at the International Biomass Convention to be held at the America’s Center in St. Louis on May 2 to 5.

At 10:30AM on May 4th this prestigious panel will present the results of their studies and unveil answers to the questions being asked across our country and around the world regarding the elimination of toxic landfills, production of green energy, and the recycling of potable water, all integral parts of the ongoing quest for replacement of our current oil economy while reducing greenhouse (GhG) production.

This quest first attacked over 35 years ago by Miller has since been joined by other engineers, scientists, and companies, has in the past and remains today a most outstanding challenge of great complexity. Many disagreements still exist as to the path to be taken toward the final goal as stated above.

However, answers are now available, landfills may now be eliminated, energy can be produced from biomass wastes. The only questions remaining to be answered are those of energy efficiency and environmental acceptability of the proposed processes.

Municipalities have the opportunity to move forward in the local production of energy, elimination of landfills and the resultant reduction of transportation costs and electrical grid loading.

Meanwhile, companies like EDI will fight to build pilot plants that demonstrate their capability and potential for worldwide acceptance.


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