Royalty Report: Environmental Control, Energy & Environment, Waste Treatment – Collection: 26741


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 7


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7

Primary Industries

  • Environmental Control
  • Energy & Environment
  • Waste Treatment
  • Recycling
  • Material Composite
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Alternative and Renewable Energy
  • Air Pollution
  • Petroleum Refining
  • Machinery
  • Remediation
  • Plastics & Rubber

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26741

License Grant
Japanese Licensor grants to Licensee the exclusive right to use the Technology to make, have made, use and sell the Licensed Products and practice Licensed Method in Malaysia.
License Property
Certain inventions, generally characterized as the Amanasu Plasma Furnace Technology, is a positive ion breeder incinerator process that converts domestic and industrial wastes to atoms through very high temperature plasma exposure.  The process leaves about 2% residue of inert slag pellets that may be used for road fill.  The process produces oxygen and no dioxins, carbon or other emissions, and has now been perfected for commercialization by Licensor.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to Furnace Technology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26119

License Grant
The license is for additional IP related to certain waste destruction technology (Emission Treatment Technology).
License Property
The new IP shall include 1) all filed or to-be-filed patents, patents pending,and any applications therefore, copyrights, trademarks, and trade names, 2) any agreements, licenses, proposed licenses, memoranda of understanding, and letters of intent arising out of or related to the New Technologies, 3) all business plans, customer lists, market surveys, trade secrets and other proprietary information of Seller arising out of or related to the New Technologies, 4) test and technical data, research materials, records, blue-prints, drawings, specifications, diagrams, programs, software or other computer records, and other materials arising out of or related to the New Technologies.
Field of Use
The licensed Technology entails a cold plasma oxidation process that allows for the destruction of hazardous, chemical and biological waste via a non-thermal, non-pyrolitic process that can be operated as a stand-alone system or in conjunction with an existing thermal treatment pre-treatment process. The waste is converted using by injecting waste into a stream of free radicals that break the waste apart.  The high kinetic energy induced in the field creates numerous ionized, excited and dissociated species with varying levels of chemical activity.  These species create the perfect environment for plasma chemical reactors, with the ability to convert carbonaceous materials and steam to inert gasses. Rather than using brute force thermal methods (incineration or hot plasmas) to destroy waste, the Technology utilizes very low current but high voltage fields working on a molecule’s internal dipole to break up molecules into fragments of their constituent molecules. Once the low temperature plasma is created, the exothermic system is thermally managed in order to convert the ions, atoms, molecular fragments and plasma to a carefully controlled series of products (carbon dioxide and water). The Technology includes any mechanical delivery or form of the process, including, but not limited to, batch, continuous feed, or any related process.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29107

License Grant
The Licensee obtained the exclusive, worldwide License to a technology that disposes of toxic and hazardous wastes through a proprietary, high temperature combustion system, known as the Amanasu Furnace. The rights were obtained pursuant to a License Agreement with Licensor, the inventor of the technology, for a period of 30 years. If the Licensee fails to comply with any provision of the Agreement after a 90-day notice period, the licensor may terminate the Agreement.
Field of Use
The Field of Use relate to toxic and hazardous waste.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5129

License Grant
Licensor hold an exclusive worldwide license to certain pyrolytic carbon extraction technology, which is a technology used to convert solid hydrocarbon-based waste into a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas while significantly reducing the waste volume.

The Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee the exclusive world-wide right and license to use, commercialize, and exploit the PCE and/or GWE Technology, including the right to sublicense.

License Property
Licensor is the possessor of rights and information related to PCE and other pyrolosys and carbon processing devices and other processes or systems, including, but not limited to, patent applications, inventions, inventive concepts, improvements, modifications, trade secrets, and/or know-how related to pyrolosys devices, processes or systems all of the aforesaid being hereinafter jointly referred to as the 'PCE and/or GWE Technology'.  

Pyrolytic Carbon Extraction, or 'PCE' is a  liquid and solid waste treatment processes, respectively, that produce combustible gases.  Pyrolytic carbon extraction technology, which is a technology used to convert solid hydrocarbon-based waste into a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas while significantly reducing the waste volume.

Our Green Waste to Energy pyrolysis processor, or GWE, is a promising development project to process solid hydrocarbon-based waste and produces a multi-use fuel in the form of a combustible gas. The by-products we obtain through our GWE process may then be sold commercially. We believe that, because this process runs on its own by-products, there are no emissions and, therefore, no residue from combustion. In addition, the GWE is modular in its design and can handle a number of different waste streams simultaneously.

Field of Use
Licensee is a technology development company which for the past twelve months has been developing a pyrolytic carbon extraction 'PCE' technology for which there are now two patents pending and that the inventor of such devices has suffered a nervous breakdown making his continued involvement impossible. That the Licensee successfully demonstrated the PCE technology to include a 5 to 10-ton per day prototype PCE device and that the nervous breakdown of the inventor has mandated the Company complete the development of the PCE technology separate and apart from such patents pending.

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: 192398

License Grant
The Company  granted  tire  recycling license  rights, known as TRTM, for Europe,  Australia,  New Zealand,  and South Africa to an undisclosed company.
License Property
The TRTM recycling  technology involves shredding the feed waste using conventional equipment.  The Titan technology utilizes pyrolysis to recycle tires and other scrap material.

The TRTM process is a closed system and the only emissions are exhaust gases from clean-burning fuels (most of which are generated by the process itself) and a small amount of dirt and ash which is environmentally suitable for normal landfill. In fact, non-condensable gases recovered using TRTM technology provide the fuel to generate required process heat for pyrolysis.

The technology used to recover hydrocarbons, carbon and metals from electronic scrap and automobile fluff also utilizes pyrolysis to recover the hydrocarbons and carbon followed by other conventional processes to recover the metals.

The carbon black produced through TRTM pyrolysis consists of the various grades which went into manufacture of the tire. Because of the very fine physical composition of the material, it is not realistically practicable to separate the product by grade. In addition, carbon black produced through pyrolysis contains varying amounts of ash attributable to other minor materials used in manufacturing the tire.

The present invention relates to destructive distillation apparatus. More particularly, the present invention relates to discharge systems for apparatus useful in the destructive distillation of waste automobile tires.

Field of Use
This agreement is for the recycling industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7542

License Grant
The Licensee obtained the exclusive, worldwide License to a hot water boiler technology from the Licensors, both Japanese companies, for a period of 30 years.
License Property
The Intellectual property involves a hot water boiler technology that incinerates waste tires in a safe and non-polluting manner and extracts heat energy from the incineration process.
Field of Use
The Licensee engages in acquiring technologies, conducting product marketing, and testing the environmental technologies for commercial sale in Japan and internationally.
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