Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7
- Energy & Environment
- Environmental Control
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Waste Treatment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Technical Know How
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IPSCIO Record ID: 3992
The system an all-in-one solution which efficiently and economically processes a wide variety of raw materials and wastes into fine, dry powders which can be used for the manufacturing of ethanol, other green fuel or pathogen free fertilizer. The Licensor's clients benefit by simplifying on-site grinding and drying operations into a single compact, and easy-to-operate system while creating high-quality, dry, virtually pathogen-free powders that have value as industrial feed stocks, fuels, fertilizers and animal feeds.
USA Patent application [No. 10/127,662] filed on 23 April 2002 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Application approved and patent [No. 6,55,167 B2] has been granted on 2 December 2003;
Patent application [No. 732979] filed on 19 October 1996 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Application approved and patent [No. 5,839,671] has been granted on 24 February 1998;
Patent application [No. 197677] filed on 23 November 1998 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Application approved and patent [No. 6,024,307] has been granted on 15 February 2000;
Canada Patent application [No. 2,416,402] filed on 15 January 2003 with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office;
Patent application [No. 2,344,511] filed on 19 April 2001 with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office;
Patent application [No. CA 2218429] filed on 15 October 1997 with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office; and
Europe Patent application [No. 97944666.3-2313 0932446] filed on 16 October 1997 with the European Patent Office. Application approved and patent [No. 0932446] granted.
The Malaysian Collaborators are in the business of sourcing, developing and acquiring new technology for application in various industries in Malaysia, including the palm oil industry in Malaysia. The Parties have agreed to establish a joint venture company in Malaysia.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5844
The Company is also experimenting with pulp sludge, and believes that significant potential exists in converting waste pulp sludge to dry powder, then to energy which could be recycled back to significantly reduce energy costs, disposal costs, and environmental problems.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28083
IPSCIO Record ID: 4391
The Parties are both interested in exploring the potential in the KDV technology, are looking to cooperate in locating potential markets, and establish long term relationship to bring the technology to its utmost potential.
Whereas the Parties decided that upon successful development of the KDV 150 technology they wish to market, produce, operate and maintain the KDV technology together by entering into a long term cooperation relationship via the formation of a joint venture company.
The Licensor has license to certain KDV technology. Licensor shall also provide business development services for KDV (+)500 System.
KDV Technology shall mean catalytic conversion technology of hydrocarbon into fuel, a renewable diesel technology to convert municipal solid waste, organic materials, sludge and other hydrocarbon materials to diesel oil, including all Improvements to such technology made or acquired from time to time, including Intellectual Property, Systems, the formulation of catalysts used in Systems and all related materials and information.
KDV 150 System shall mean a System capable of producing a minimum of 150 liters of diesel oil per hour.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4336
The Licensee will have exclusive rights to sub-License, establish joint ventures to commercialize, use and process organic waste, and sell related byproducts in the territory of the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, St., Thomas, St. Maarten, and Grenada for 20 years.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3751
On August 30, 2007, the Licensor acknowledged that the Licensee has met all requirements to maintain the exclusivity of its License. The Licensor may terminate the License Agreement on sixty daysâ€™ notice if the Licensee fails to make any payment due under this License Agreement.
IPSCIO Record ID: 7144
The Company will have exclusive rights to sub-license, establish joint ventures to commercialize, use and process organic waste, and sell related by-products in the territory of Jamaica, WI.
The APS200 system is designed to handle commonly generated waste stream, whether liquid, solid, mixed or unmixed (including whole tires, all types of plastics, e-waste, shredder residues, sewage sludge, animal wastes, biomass, ligneous and infectious biohazard medical waste) and represent an environmentally friendly and commercially viable alternative to traditional methods of processing waste. The solutions are commercially viable ecological recycling models based on zero-waste philosophy. We will initially be focused on using the application for processing waste tires for conversion to biochar and fuel oil.