Environmental Waste International Receives First Order for Carbon Black
May 13, 2014 (Source: Marketwired) — Environmental Waste International Inc. (“EWS”) (TSX VENTURE:EWS) (the “Company”), a company specializing in eco-friendly systems with proven patented technology for the breakdown of organic materials, today announced that it has received a small order for carbon black from its TR900 facility in Sault Ste. Marie. This first order is for 2,000 pounds, with a potential for 1,000 to 2,000 tons per year. While small, the order validates EWS’s contention that it can produce carbon black that will have commercial value.
The Company’s facilities turn waste tires into carbon black, oil, syngas and steel. Carbon black is the most important of these by products in terms of volume and value. Establishing commercial markets for its carbon black is an important step in the Company’s path to commercialization.
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About Environmental Waste International Inc.
Environmental Waste International, Inc. specializes in eco-friendly systems for the breakdown of organic materials, including tires. EWS has spent over 15 years engineering systems that integrate the EWS patented Reverse Polymerization™ process and proprietary microwave delivery system. EWS’s unique microwave technology safely processes and recycles waste tires, while creating highly valuable commodity outputs for industry, including carbon black, oil and steel. Each unit is designed to be energy efficient and where possible, create an economically positive model for the recovery of various hydrocarbon oil and gases. For more information please visit, www.ewi.ca.
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