Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 9
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IPSCIO Record ID: 117858
Under the sublicense agreement, the Licensor granted Licensee the following
— The exclusive worldwide sublicense of the ARP technology. The sublicense also grants a non-exclusive use of NitRem/DSR for industrial and US government applications and a non-exclusive grant of STORS, except for Japan, for municipal applications.
— A license to utilize technical information including any unpublished research and development information, unpatented invention, know-how, trade secrets, and technical data in the possession of the Company and a Third Party and that which may come into the possession of the Company and the Third Party during the term of the Sublicense Agreement which relates to the ARP processes.
ARP is a patent-pending process designed to recover ammonia from dilute waste streams. The removed and concentrated ammonia can thereafter be converted to nitrogen (N2) or recovered as a salt, such as ammonium sulfate (NH2)2SO4), packaged and sold worldwide as a commercial grade fertilizer. ARP's primary market is municipal wastewater treatment and treating wastewater discharge from concentrated animal farming operations, such as for the dairy, beef, poultry or pork industry.
NitRem/DSR refers to a nitrogen removal process.
NitRem is a hydrothermal process, similar in operation to the STORS technology, that converts the nitrogenous compounds present in most industrial discharge streams, such as nitrate, nitrites, amines and ammonia, into nitrogen gas (N2). Nitrogen gas is a benign compound displacing 80% of the earth's air supply. The NitRem technology has application in such industries as chemical processing, petroleum refining, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, food processing, pulp and paper manufacturing, as well as various heavy manufacturing industries. The NitRem technology can also be combined with the STORS technology to process and treat municipal sewage sludge.
STORS is a Sludge-To-Oil Reactor System.
STORS is a thermochemical process that can convert any biomass, on site, into a burnable fuel oil similar to No. 4 diesel fuel. Management believes that the conversion of biomass (sludge) produced by municipal wastewater treatment facilities world wide represents the single largest market for the STORS technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27256
Title Country Serial No. Date Filed
Apparatus and Method for United States 60/042,175 31 March 1997
Ammonia Recovery (21988-1)
Ammonia Recovery by Formation, 60/060,079 25 September 1997
Recovery, and Decomposition of
Ammonium Zinc Sulfate Hexahydrate
IPSCIO Record ID: 2962
IPSCIO Record ID: 727
Licensee shall have the right to grant site-specific sublicenses for operation of the Licensed Products subject to the written approval of Inventor. The Patent license shall end upon the expiration of the last to expire of the Patents included herein. There shall be no License Fee due hereunder.
Enhanced Biogas Production from the United States Patent 6,391,203 May 21, 2002 Nitrogen Bearing Feed Stocks
IPSCIO Record ID: 164183
The License Agreement grants to Licensee exclusive rights to license the Licensee Process in the following territory comprising the states of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, California, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and the District of Columbia.
The six U.S. patents relating to the Licensee Process
4,487,699 Sewage Biosolids Treatment Sewage Biosolids Treatment
4,582,612 Improved Sewage Biosolids Treatment Apparatus
4,659,464 Apparatus for Dispersing Biosolids With Gas Impingement
4,695,388 Apparatus and Process for Rapid Sewage Biosolids Separation
4,936,983 Sewage Biosolids Treatment with Gas Injection
5,147,563 Improved Sewage Sludge Treatment With Gas Injection
Licensee Process installation which begins with a storage unit for thickened biosolids and ends with biosolids thickening and chemical contact.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5724
Hazardous Wastes. Wastes that are hazardous or otherwise harmful to human and animal health and the environment, including medical or other biologically active wastes;
Brownfield Wastes. Wastes that derive from environmentally impaired real property, including fixtures on or any appurtenances to such property;
Municipal Solid Wastes. Wastes that derive from the centralized processing, storage, disposal and/or incineration of by-products, garbage, trash or other discarded materials;
Human Waste. Wastes that derive from the centralized processing of sewage at municipal or other sewage treatment plants;
Agricultural Waste. Wastes that derive from farming activities, including the production of crops and raising livestock, and including septic wastes and other wastewaters deriving from livestock and meat processing;
Food Service Waste. Wastes that derive from the preparation of food and other related activity at establishments that prepare and/or serve food;
Mining Wastes. Wastes that are or derive from mining activity, mining tailings and/or acid mine drainage.
IPSCIO Record ID: 120901
IPSCIO Record ID: 215768
This process involves gasification of the solid waste and then a cold plasma oxidation process that makes possible the destruction of hazardous chemical and biological waste via a low temperature and low oxygen pyrolytic process. The patent application is currently under review by the US Patent Office.
Licensor is a provider of next-generation clean-technologies, waste management innovations and related services. The Licensor provide technology solutions and services to companies primarily in the oil and gas, refining, landfill, food, beverage & agriculture and renewable fuel industries.
IPSCIO Record ID: 160148