FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) today announced that it has received a purchase order from Sublimax Canada Inc., a clean-tech company based in Toronto, Canada, to process and clean reclaimed oil from commercial and industrial use.
EVTN's Voraxial® 1000 Separator will be used to efficiently separate and process the water and particulates from the reclaimed oil. The high-grade oil recovered by the Voraxial® will be clean enough for re-use, while the waste that is separated will be disposed of accordingly. This reclaimed oil recovery system can be a benefit to all industries that rely heavily on this precious natural resource for fuel.
Sublimax Canada Inc. is an independently owned clean-tech company based in Toronto, Canada, that specializes in the clean disposal of many varieties of waste, and in the generation of clean usable fuel or power from that process. Their various patented technologies are arranged in a way to answer individual waste disposal and power generation difficulties.
Sublimax, with its associates, is currently building two micro-refineries in Ontario Canada using a newly developed 250–500 barrels per day "controlled cavitation" system of various waste oils into a useable diesel fuel."The Voraxial 1000 Separator will be an integral component for these refineries and we plan to order several more as we build more micro refineries across Canada and the US," states Jules Roy, President of Sublimax Canada. "EVTN has proven to be developers of a best-in-class technology that Sublimax Canada Inc. looks forward to utilizing as we develop new applications, in partnership with EVTN." The current purchase order from Sublimax underscores the use of EVTN's Voraxial® Separators in multiple and diverse industries, where huge market applications are seeking more efficient and cost effective methods to treat their waste streams. EVTN has already completed projects for produced water, deckwater drainage, mining, stormwater and oil spill applications.