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April 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ThermoEnergy Corp. (OTCBB: TMEN) (
Cary Bullock said that huge, growing global markets in clean air, clean water, and food are creating opportunities worldwide for ThermoEnergy's technology portfolio. Bullock noted in an interview with the GLX-TV Financial News network that
Latin America and the U.S. all are seeking clean solutions to problems ranging from carbon and ammonia capture to protect the air and water, to the need for new sources of fertilizer. The interview is available at:
ThermoEnergy is a diversified technologies company engaged in the development and sales of leading wastewater recovery and power generation technologies. In the interview, Bullock listed specific products that ThermoEnergy is deploying now and in the near future to remove and recover reusable resources for municipal, industrial, and agricultural customers.
In the clean air arena, the company has developed a pressurized oxy-combustion system to remove carbon emissions in coal-fired power plants while increasing power plant efficiency between 5.5 and 6 percent over most atmospheric combustion technologies, including atmospheric oxy-combustion. In addition, Bullock noted that ThermoEnergy has established the Unity Power Alliance to promote its oxy-combustion technology.
In the municipal wastewater field, Bullock pointed out that ThermoEnergy has a contract valued at approximately
$30 million with the
City of New York to remove ammonia from wastewater in order to prevent pollution of Jamaica Bay. The nitrogen byproduct of ThermoEnergy's process is captured and sold by the company as fertilizer.
In addition, ThermoEnergy has sold systems for capturing aircraft de-icing fluid to prevent water pollution and for recycling as glycol to comply with European clean water regulations now in place and for the U.S., where EPA regulations that are now being finalized.