Video B-Roll Available Via CNW - EarthRenew Bullish on Applications for its Clean Technologies



    TORONTO, Feb. 3 /CNW/ - The following B-Roll is available by Broadcast
On-Demand web download:

    STORY SUMMARY:

    This is a visual story with many angles: the economy (growing in a global
recession, creating new jobs), revolutionary eco-efficient technologies
applied to green waste (NOT biogas, NOT composting but totally different
approaches with a solid global patent portfolio), the environment
(contributing solutions to critical problems like getting rid of manure, green
waste and wastes in water, renewing the soil, reducing greenhouse gas, saving
energy.)
    It's a global story that will be told, for the first time publicly on
Feb. 4, 2009 at an official opening of a facility where these revolutionary
clean technologies have been successfully commercialized.
    Essentially, it's about ingenuity and entrepreneurship, taking the
exhaust from an industrial gas turbine, applying it directly in heat
processing cattle manure while generating enough electricity to power over
4,000 Alberta homes per month.
    The facility uses this energy-efficient process to cook large volumes of
fresh cattle manure to produce a new kind of patented Organic Matter
Fertilizers.

    
    SHOT LIST:

    25,000 head of cattle provide 15-25 truckloads of manure a day
    Fresh manure is sifted to remove rocks and sticks
    Sifted manure or 'input' is lifted up into apron feeder for processing
    Processing is computerized
    Conveyor takes product up to processing area
    In processing area high heat 'cooks' the manure product
    Manure product is further processed into Organic Matter Fertilizer
    pellets
    Pellets are stored - a small bin can hold 700 tons
    Organic Matter Fertilizer pellets are conveyed up and loaded into the
    truck
    The B-Train holds 42 tons and loads in an hour
    Three entrepreneurs handling the fresh manure product and fertilizer
    pellets

    The Technologies

    EarthRenew's first application of technologies at facility near
    Strathmore, AB
    Natural gas fuels the industrial turbine
    Turbine-exhaust produces extreme heat, spin generates electricity
    Process control and voltage regulator area is safe and secure
    Power area where electricity generated is sent to the power grid

    Establishing shots

    Alberta is cattle country
    Entrance sign beside the road to EarthRenew facility at Cattlelands
    feedlot
    EarthRenew facility showing sheds, bins, power lines

    Interviews

    Christianne Carin, Primary Inventor, Founder Chief Executive Officer,
    EarthRenew Organics

    No. 1 - On EarthRenew's patented clean technologies
    No. 2 - The inventor speaks of one of the 'eureka' moments
    No. 3 - The inventor recalls dealing with the skeptics

    Al Fedkenheuer, President and Chief Operating Officer, Professional
    Agronomist EarthRenew Organics

    No. 1 - On the benefits of Organic Matter Fertilizer
    No. 2 - Potential other applications
    No. 3 - Why discovery was not made by scientists earlier

    Greg Appleyard, President, owner/operator Cattleland Feedyards Ltd.

    No. 1 - On getting involved with EarthRenew
    No. 2 - On the benefits to the feedlot operations
    No. 3 - Good teamwork

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    TIME OF POSTING:   Wednesday, February 4, 2009
    DATE OF POSTING:   12:00 PM ET

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    Mark Kennedy, Chief Financial Officer
    EarthRenew
    403-228-5070 (land line) 403-630-6584 (cell)

    Judi Gunter APR
    Public Relations Consultant
    403-263-0216 (land line) 403-660-6972 (cell)

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