Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 20
- Energy & Environment
- Environmental Control
- Waste Treatment
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Water Treatment
- Plastics & Rubber
- Petroleum Refining
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Material Composite
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IPSCIO Record ID: 7286
The Agreement with the Sub-Licensee is an arms-length transaction. Our business objective is to License the QI System through qualified interests and establishing waste conversion operations through joint ventures.
IPSCIO Record ID: 7161
The Licensee has the option of obtaining exclusive License rights in other states and federal territories in Malaysia with License fees varying with each state and territory. The Agreement was an arms-length transaction.
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.
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: 6485
The Licensee was appointed as exclusive distributor for the Licensor's waste to energy systems in North America, provided however, the Licensor, or its affiliated companies shall be entitled to establish their own or joint venture with third parties up to 10 waste to energy system plants in the territory.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6109
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: 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: 971
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: 29279
IPSCIO Record ID: 4489
The Licensor will grant the Licensee the rights to the Process for a period of 20 years effective the date of signature by both parties. The parties agree to negotiate in good faith for a renewal of an additional 20 years by specific territory and the specific implementation of the process.
The Process System consists of pre-processing equipment, two oil conversion systems, two secondary distillation systems, two chloride removal systems and associated storage containers. A Plant is defined as an operating facility consisting of two such Systems.
Twin Reactor Pyrolysis Converting System (GETH Process)
Process description over view
The tires and plastic to oil process is composed of a combination of three processes that have been placed in line so that they operate as one complete system. These processes will be further described throughout the narrative. The first system is the Pyrolysis Induction system. This converts tire and plastic feedstock into sweet crude oil. The second system is what is called a secondary distillation process. This equipment is directly hooked up to the Pyrolysis converter and flows oil into a secondary reactor, then through the distillation process to further refine the oil. This is accomplished by running the oil through a secondary heat signature. The last piece of equipment is the Catalyst filtration system. The oil is directly hooked up to this system; the oil is re-heated to 500 deg F and is then processed through a catalyst media that removes any residual organic chloride. From here the oil is moved into the finished product storage vessels.
The Twin Reactor system consists of two rotational reactor chambers that are operated via an Electrical Heated Induction process. Each reactor is operated independently. The system is controlled by a semi-computerized process controller that monitors heat at three different zones on the reactor. As the feed stock material temperature rises it turns into a vaporous gas, which in turn moves through a separation chamber. At the separation chamber there are four specific activities that take place. The first stage of feed stock vaporization. This takes place around 700 deg F. Oil that is heavier than air is released to a contained reservoir that stores the heavy oil; the second stage â€œlight oilâ€ is fully vaporized and is moved to the condensing vessels where it turns into light sweet crude oil. The third and last by product that is emitted from the separator is carbon black that is released through a valve gate at the bottom of the separator. The carbon black goes into a contained storage vessel, which is sealed so that the carbon black is fully captured without it becoming air borne. Once the gases are fully vaporized and condensed into oil it is move onto the main storage vessel. The last by product is residual gases that are processed through a filtration process to clean in residual carbon; the gas is then compressed into LPG storage vessels.The entire process is a closed loop system that contains and processes vaporâ€™s and gases throughout the entire process. At no time are there any gases or vapors emitted into the atmosphere. The reactor chamber hatch is closed and sealed throughout the entire process cycle; it is only opened once all of the vapors and gases have been evacuated from the reactor chamber. There is a main check valve in place between the reactor and the separator that prevents any gases or vapors from flowing back into the reactor chamber. All the by-products are separated into their own specific storage vessels until they are shipped. All products will be shipped by certified transporters. The transporters have all the necessary pumps and valve systems to eliminate any vapors or emissions from being released into the atmosphere during tanker loading process.
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: 5129
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.
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.
IPSCIO Record ID: 7627
IPSCIO Record ID: 26021
The Licensee will have exclusive rights to sub-License, establish joint ventures and to commercialize products through the methods of the Water Conversion Technology.
(1) removal of dirt, sludge and other un-dissolved solids to less than one micron particle size,
(2) ozone is injected into the water to kill the bacteria and viruses and to coagulate the solids,
(3) water then goes through a carbon filtration system, whereby all the pesticides, herbicides, chlorine and other organic chemicals ( carcinogenic) are removed,
(4) water is subjected to UV lighting, enabling all pollutants to be destroyed,
(5) water then passes through a reverse osmosis system, enabling all chlorine and sodium and over 98% of all total dissolved solids (TDS) to be removed.
(6) water is processed through the Water Conversion Technology, where the water is pH balanced to a 8.3 state, without the addition of any substances,
(7) water is processed through the Water Conversion Technology, and oxygen molecules are bonded with the water molecules, making the water oxygen enriched for long periods of time.
The final product produced will be water that is in a pH balanced state ( 8.3 pH ), oxygen enriched, bacteria free, fluoride free, chlorine free, and sodium free with less than 2 parts per million (ppm) of total dissolved solids.
The water will be piped into sterilized non-Âleaching plastic and capped with sterile caps.
IPSCIO Record ID: 192398
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.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6479
Acquired Technologies consist of equipment and software for pyrolysis systems consisting of ECS 2000S and ECS Mobile Systems which is a non polluting energy conversion and waste disposal system designed to convert organic waste to fuel and valuable by-products such as activated carbon, fertilizer, producing no air pollution or ash to be land filled. The Systems are modular in design and fit into a 42 ft container built to fit on a conventional tractor trailer unit.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25802
The exclusive rights granted apply for the conversion of biodegradable plant, animal and waste products for agricultural applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29020