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February 25 th, 2008
Bedminster signs global rights to 'BioEnergy' technology

Bedminster International has signed exclusive global rights to use an energy conversion technology in conjunction with its own patented MBT technology, which together will produce green renewable energy from waste.

The Irish-owned company is a recognised leader in the extraction and conversion of carbon-rich waste streams into renewable energy.

The agreement with ACTI, Los Angeles, California, will enable Bedminster International to install proven energy from waste technology, initially at its facilities in Nantucket and Marlboro, and also at its green field projects elsewhere.

Mr Bill McCabe, chairman and majority shareholder in Bedminster International, said the agreement marked the merging of two highly innovative proven technologies.

"This agreement with ACTI is a most significant development in the energy-from-waste sector, and it means Bedminster can now offer a sound economic and environmental solution to the growing energy and waste crisis," Mr McCabe said.

He added that the global energy and waste disposal issues together were driving the demand for radical and environmentally acceptable solutions.

Mr Latif Mahjoob, chairman of ACTI, said his company was excited about working with Bedminster to develop what he called a "substantial opportunity".

Renewable

According to Bedminster's chief executive, Pearse O'Kane, the Bedminster innovation integrates two well-proven technologies to produce renewable energy. It unlocks the carbon-rich waste as a source of high quality BioMass feedstock, diverting more than 95pc of biodegradable waste from landfill in the process.

"The BioMass is then converted into renewable energy using the ACTI technology, with extremely low emissions and sizeable negative carbon footprint," he said.

"As a CO2-neutral product, the Bedminster BioEnergy Technology will make a significant contribution to the ever-increasing carbon footprint issue facing governments worldwide," he added.

Pat Boyle, Irish Independent.

 

 

2009
Samsung Heavy Industries sign Agreement to use Bedminster BioEnergy Technology
Work begins on £15m Cheshire MBT facility
Williams Industries and Bedminster open first phase of Barbados Waste Recycling Facility
2008
June, 2008
Bedminster secures planning permission for first UK BioEnergy Plant
April 5th, 2008
Bedminster has Solution to Ireland’s Waste and Energy Issues
February 25th, 2008
Bedminster signs global rights to 'BioEnergy' technology
2007
May 9th - 10th, 2007
Bedminster sponsors the renewable energy sector in Young Social Innovators Annual Showcase 2007
2006
June 11th, 2006
Bedminster signs €117m US waste deal
May 12th, 2006
Bedminster International receives major investment
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