Royalty Report: Environmental Control, Energy & Environment, Remediation – Collection: 1484


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 8


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8

Primary Industries

  • Environmental Control
  • Energy & Environment
  • Remediation
  • Chemicals
  • Waste Treatment
  • Machinery
  • Construction
  • Material Composite
  • Recycling
  • Plastics & Rubber

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 1484

License Grant
The Companies have agreed to expand M4 Environmental's Catalytic Extraction Processing (CEP) technology licensing rights to include Japanese chemical weapons; processing chemical weapons.
License Property
Catalytic Extraction Processing ('CEP') dissolved waste compounds to their constituent elements in a molten metal bath and reconfigure the elements into useful raw materials.

IPSCIO Record ID: 171432

License Grant
The parties desire to become more directly involved in the delivery of the technologies to the Markets in order to most effectively exploit the core competencies and resources of the Parties, reduce redundancies arising in connection with the Party A relationship, establish a clearer definition of the roles and responsibilities of the Parties, and deliver goods and services to the Markets more efficiently and economically.

The company Party A, was formed in order to effectively commercialize CEP (as hereinafter defined) by selling, engineering, constructing and operating CEP Plants, and sublicensing CEP technology to appropriate third parties to permit them to engineer, construct and operate CEP Plants, to service the environmental remediation, waste management, decontamination, decommissioning, chemical and biological demilitarization, pollution prevention and waste minimization needs of the United States Department of Energy ('DOE') and the United States Department of Defense ('DoD').

At the Closing, the Parties shall cause their Subsidiaries to enter into the New LLC Agreement to pursue the processing of Chem Weapons feedstocks worldwide (the 'Chem Demil Market').

License Property
Catalytic Extraction Processing or 'CEP' means the processes, methods and systems (including all Intellectual Property and other intangible and tangible property associated therewith, and including all aspects of accepting Feedstocks, reactions within a CEP Plant, and handling Recovered Resources), owned or used by MMT, directed to the processing of Feedstocks by introducing the Feedstocks to a processing vessel containing liquified metal.

CEP Plant means the plant, equipment and other facilities necessary to perform, operate and maintain CEP on a commercial basis (or, in the case of any so-called 'demonstration' CEP Plant, on the basis generally provided in the applicable demonstration program).

Feedstocks means, with respect to any CEP Plant, the wastes, industrial by-products and other materials to be processed by such CEP Plant.

Chem Weapons Feedstocks means (i) bombs, rockets, artillery shells, mortar shells, explosives and other munitions, containing (or formerly containing) one or more 'chemical weapons agents' as defined in the Chemical Weapons Convention (formally known as the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and their Destruction, adopted September 3, 1992 at the Conference on Disarmament at Geneva, and opened for signature on January 13, 1993 in Paris) and (ii) bulk stockpiles of such chemical weapons agents.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the chemical and defense industries.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1962

License Grant
The Licensor finalized an agreement with Japanese companies to form a company to market to processing fly ash from solid waste incinerators.  The agreement grants the joint venture the exclusive right to introduce CEP to the Japanese municipal incinerator ash market.
Field of Use
The right granted apply to the solid waste market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 441

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee the right to use, and Licensee hereby undertakes to use, the Trademark in the manufacture and sale of the Product and Additional Products made from the Additional Trademark Product Technology.
License Property
Trademark is GMENT– a cementitous grout which contains proprietary materials which not only stabilize certain wastes but also treat specific hazardous elements within the waste.  It has been developed for use in the containment of mixed low level in-situ waste.  Grouting is a process like cementing used with certain types of radioactive material, which because of their chemical make-up, should not be removed from the soil for neutralization.
Field of Use
The rights granted for use in the containment of mixed low level in-situ waste.

IPSCIO Record ID: 120901

License Grant
The Company entered into a license agreement to received the exclusive worldwide license, subject to a government use license, to use and develop the technology related to the separation of the radionuclides technetium and rhenium from mixed wastes containing radioactive materials.  The Company also received under the License  Agreement the right to exploit the technology for other commercial applications.
License Property
The separation technology and recovery system is known as SLiM(TM)  (supported liquid membrane).  Based on its continuing research and development  program, the Company believes that SLiM can separate and recover solubilized metals, radionuclides, biochemicals and other targeted elements from aqueous and possibly gaseous  waste streams in degrees of concentration and purity which  permit both the reuse of such elements and the ability for the waste water or gas to be disposed of as non-toxic effluent with little or no further treatment.  SLiM utilizes a process whereby a contaminated aqueous or gaseous feedstream is introduced into a fibrous membrane unit or module containing a proprietary chemical solution, the composition of which is customized depending on the types and concentrations of compounds in the feedstream. As the feedstream enters the membrane, the targeted substance reacts with SLiMs proprietary chemical solution and is extracted through the membrane into a strip solution where it is then stored.  The remaining feedstream is either recycled or discharged free of the  extractant(s). In some instances, additional treatment may be required prior to discharge.
Field of Use
This license pertains to the environmental industry in connection with the removal of chromium in water leaching from waste sites.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3629

License Grant
The Canadian Licensor granted a license to a Japanese Licensee to use the soil remediation technology.
License Property
The Licensor has proprietary and patented technologies for the remediation of contaminated soil through a solvent extraction process which removes and concentrates contaminants.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3785

License Grant
Pursuant to the Letter of Intent, the Licensee has agreed to enter into a definitive agreement, pursuant to which it shall pay the Licensor a one-time license fee for exclusive rights to deploy the Licensor's Catalytic Activated Vacuum Distillation (CAVD) technology for waste tire and solid waste remediation in the European Union.
Field of Use
Catalytic Activated Vacuum Distillation (CAVD) relates to waste tire and solid waste remediation plant .

IPSCIO Record ID: 4905

License Grant
The Cyprus Company signed a Process Technology License Agreement for license to use the know-how for the treatment of waste phosphogypsum and for its conversion.
License Property
Technology  is a proprietary process that treats phosphogypsum, an environmentally hazardous waste by-product containing toxic components, that results from the production of phosphoric acid-based fertilizer, to render it both non-toxic and a useful product in other industries in Poland.
Field of Use
This process (the Phosphogypsum Treatment Process) converts the toxic phosphogypsum into an environmentally friendly material (Processed Phosphogypsum) which can be used as basic construction material, road bed filler and filler for pigments and plastics.
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