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Optimize Capital Markets Lists Emergent Waste Solutions

Emergent Waste Solutions Inc. (“EWS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that we have been listed on the Marketplace of Optimize Capital Markets. The listing purposes to raise $3.1M (USD) in project financing specifically for our BECii project and $600K (USD) of equity, to be used as operational funds for EWS. View our listing.

Optimize Capital Markets is a full-service Investment Bank that differs from a typical bank in that they provide corporate clients instant access to an Institutional Crowdfunding Marketplace, where they connect institutional and accredited investors directly with businesses seeking either debt or equity financing. EWS believes that exposing our Company and investment opportunity to the over 50,000+ of institutions, financial advisors and accredited investors this medium reaches will result in a successful financing and constitute a significant milestone for the Company.

Company CEO Kevin Hull said that “Emergent Waste Solutions is convinced that Optimize Capital Markets has the ability to reach out to investors who aim to combine profitable investing with making a social/environmental contribution. Further, Emergent believes that Optimize is able to present our business case in both an effective and timely fashion.”

About Optimize Capital Markets
Optimize Capital Markets is leading the next generation of Investment Banking Firms through its Institutional Corporate Finance Team coupled with its Institutional Crowdfunding Marketplace. They focus on both private and public entities that need additional capital to maximize their business activities.

On Behalf Of The Board,
Kevin Hull, CEO

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  • Posted September 24, 2014

Emergent Waste Solutions Accepted as a Member of BECii

Emergent Waste Solutions Inc. (“EWS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that BioWaste to Energy for Canada Integration Initiative (BECii) has selected EWS to become a Clean Energy member and its only member using pyrolysis technology to remediate waste materials.

BECii membership allows EWS to participate in the Clean Energy Center in Central Alberta, created and facilitated by BECii. As one of its select members, EWS will have the right to use the Clean Energy Center for construction of its first Canadian commercial facility. In addition, EWS will benefit from: access to world-class scientists, industry collaboration, office and lab facilities and advanced testing equipment.

Toward this end, the Company has created a detailed project plan for construction and operation of an APS500 plant, which will process waste rubber tires. The Company is currently evaluating several funding opportunities with potential Joint Venture partners.

Kevin Hull, CEO of the Company, states: “EWS is delighted to be chosen to participate in BECii’s Clean Energy Center. Of all the pyrolysis technology companies that could have been extended an invitation to participate in the Center, BECii chose EWS. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership with BECii.”

About the BioWaste to Energy for Canada Integration Initiative
BECii is an industry-led, industry-oriented not-for-profit entity that advances renewable energy technologies to a market-ready state. BECii has created the Clean Energy Center, a waste-to-energy cluster that will enhance and deliver technologies to market efficiently and effectively through a collaborative model, which will provide the greatest economic and environmental benefits.

  • Posted July 15, 2013

Emergent Waste Solutions Announces Completion of Feasibility Study for UBC Project

Emergent Waste Solutions Inc. (“EWS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that a feasibility study undertaken by the University of British Columbia (“UBC”) has been completed. The study, which was commissioned in February 2013, was completed end of June.

Study author, Tom Malcolm of the ISIS Research Centre at UBC, conducted an extensive cost-benefit analysis. Mr. Malcolm offered the following conclusion in his report: “This report has found there to be a compelling economic argument for adopting EWS’s APS technology to process a host of waste streams currently sent off campus.”

The report cites the following factors as being influential in directing the conclusions: economics, compliance with the City of Vancouver organics landfill ban, adherence to the UBC Campus as a Living Laboratory initiative, environmental impact and research possibilities for UBC.

Kevin Hull, CEO of the Company, states: “EWS is very pleased with the professional work of Mr. Tom Malcolm and the report’s positive economic evaluation of the APS technology. We look forward to undertaking subsequent steps towards reaching an agreement for deployment of an APS pyrolysis system at UBC, one of the leading universities in Canada.”

  • Posted June 8, 2013

ABB Inc. Issues Statement of Interest to Emergent Waste Solutions

Emergent Waste Solutions Inc. (“EWS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that ABB Inc. (ABB) has provided a Statement of Interest to work with EWS in submitting proposals for utilizing the Advanced Pyrolysis System (APS©) technology to process waste Biomass in Canada.

ABB Business Development Manager Nicholas Masucci stated that, “ABB has an initiative and segment focus on the next generation OEM and End User Biomass to Fuel Plants…the APS technology is years ahead of any solution I have seen.” To date Mr. Masucci has lent direct support on three proposals advanced by EWS: the University of British Columbia, BECii (BioWaste to Energy an Integration Initiative) and Watson Island. Further, for the Watson Island project specifically, ABB has agreed to the use of its name and logo on the submission of the joint application for the RFEIQ, and possible subsequent proposals.

The letter of support Mr. Masucci issued to the University of British Columbia included the following statements:

A) This system is pressure neutral. This lends itself to a much safer operation than high pressure of high vacuum operation.
B) The system uses steam injection which more effectively permeates the biomass and helps keep the system from being shut down due to fouling.
C) This operation is not batch but a continuous process.

EWS CEO Kevin Hull said, “Our technology has been thoroughly evaluated by ABB Inc. and I am very pleased with the support they have provided us in seeking to bring the APS technology to its full commercial potential.”

About ABB Inc.
ABB (www.abb.com) is a global leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while minimizing environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 145,000 people.

  • Posted April 15, 2013