What’s beyond ethanol, methanol, gasoline and diesel fuels? It’s Higher Mixed Alcohol fuel.
Trashing the environment is the price of business as usual? Not anymore.
Nothing to drill or mine for, nor any crops to grow.
Higher mixed alcohol fuel is a new, more powerful class of “oxygenate” fuel. It’s stronger and cleaner than ethanol, more profitable to produce, and powers any gas or diesel engine from a ship to a small engine with no modifications. Higher mixed alcohol fuel is a powerful blended alcohol fuel formula produced from any solid, liquid or gaseous carbon feedstocks; produced 24×7 without incineration or fermentation—or the need for food or fuel crops.
Higher mixed alcohol fuel is EPA registration approved for blending and neat use in all gasoline and diesel engines in the USA. It’s up to 95 percent cleaner burning than gasoline, offers 30 more octane points than ethanol, and is completely biodegradable, and water-, coal- and oil-soluble.
Higher mixed alcohol fuel is cleanly produced 24/7 using solid/liquid wastes, biomass, shredded tires, refinery wastes, coal, or methane and CO2, as feedstocks. Higher mixed alcohol fuel production is a continuous thermal GTL (gas-to-liquid) fuel synthesis process which cleanly converts solid, liquid and gaseous carbon feedstocks to the fuel industry’s strongest, cleanest, and most powerful, alcohol fuel.
The ability to use all types of solid and liquid carbon wastes and fossil carbon feedstocks such as coal, methane and CO2 means that both the liquid fuel industry and communities can profitably produce this valuable fuel formula, create new opportunities and good paying jobs, reduce waste, and better manage vehicle pollution and emissions in air, land and water environments. Want cleaner liquid fuels, a stronger economic outlook, clearer skies and good paying jobs? Take a closer look at the future of “carbon-bridging” energy.
Sure, recycling specific types of carbons, such as cardboard and certain types of plastic, is a good thing. But how much of what we throw away each day actually gets recycled? How much of America’s municipal solid waste (household and hazardous waste, construction debris and industrial waste), liquid wastes and woody biomass from our private lands, national forests and even our backyards could be profitably and responsibly converted to a sustainable stream of cleaner mixed alcohol fuels?
The answer is, potentially, most of it. All made possible by generating a powerful new fuel to add to America’s fuel supply, creating jobs, new businesses, and solid returns for investors. Which is why we believe there’s a great business opportunity here. Turn any solid and liquid wastes, biomass, and gaseous feedstocks into water-soluble, biodegradable mixed alcohol fuel. It’s a responsible, profitable way to manage municipal waste streams and utilize abundant regional biomass and fossil energy resources, create valuable liquid transportation fuel products, protect the natural environment—and greatly increase business activity in your community or region. America’s trash, and non-crop biomass including woody biomass, trash, garbage, hazardous waste, coal, petroleum coke, and even sewer sludge, can now be safely and profitably converted into powerful water-soluble fuel that blends seamlessly with today’s petroleum products and distribution infrastructure: synthesized in a clean, closed-loop process from any carbon feedstocks.