FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCQB: EVTN), is pleased to announce its COO, John A. DiBella will present at the Rodman & Renshaw Annual Global Investment Conference. The Investment conference will be held from September 11 – 13 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Over 400 companies and 4000 investors are expected to attend this 3 day conference. The Conference keynote speaker is Dick Cheney, the 46th Vice President of the United States. The special guest speaker is Henry Kissinger, the 56th Secretary of State. The Conference panel includes Christopher Dodd, the former US Senator and Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking and Harvey L. Pitt, 26th Chairman of the SEC.
The economic benefit of the Voraxial is significant for customers. The cost of the Voraxial, including installation and operation, offers the market an immediate and long-term savings. Since virtually every industry requires some method of wastewater treatment, the need for the Voraxial crosses over into many different markets, such as oil and gas, refinery, and municipal wastewater. EVTN is focusing its marketing efforts in the oil exploration and production market. Additionally, EVTN is also receiving inquiries and developing sales opportunities from other industrial applications. The unique characteristics of the Voraxial allow it to be utilized either as a stand-alone unit or within an existing system to provide a more efficient and cost effective way to handle the separation needs of the customer.
About Enviro Voraxial TechnologyEnviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB "EVTN") is a Fort Lauderdale, Florida based CleanTech company that developed and manufactures the Voraxial® Separator, a highly efficient technology for high volume, bulk separation of fluids such as oil and water. The Voraxial Separator is a unique, patented, in-line, continuous-flow separator capable of pumping and simultaneously separating up to three components, such as oil, water and sand. It's a mechanical separator that separates contaminants at high volumes with less space, energy, weight and cost than conventional equipment. The Voraxial Separator benefits include: high volume/small footprint, no pressure drop requirement, two-way or three-way separation, ability to handle fluctuations in flow rate and oil concentration without any adjustments, high "G" force and less maintenance than conventional equipment. These benefits result in significant acquisition and operating cost savings to the customer. The Voraxial may stand alone or serve to enhance the capabilities of other environmental or energy technologies.