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Tekron, Inc. Announces Plan to Convert Major Canadian Dairy Farm into Self-Sufficient Energy Park
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. and ONTARIO, Canada - December 23, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Tekron, Inc. (OTC BB: TKRN) today announced that it is in the final stages of developing a plan to process dairy waste from several major Ontario farms into energy. A key component to the plan would be the potential to create an energy self-sufficient dairy farm. While working with Transdynamics Engineering Limited, a Canadian-based designer and manufacturer of waste recycling and handling equipment for more than two decades, Tekron plans on submitting the completed proposal in early 2005.
Experts have long viewed cattle and poultry refuse as a promising source of renewable energy. The current system of agricultural-waste disposal is expensive, but alternative energy isn't the only benefit of Tekron's proprietary bioremediation process. The process produces useful by-products such as nitrogen-rich liquid fertilizer and fiber that can be spread on fields for spring planting or used to make potting soil. It also reduces pollutants and odors and captures methane gas that would otherwise go into the atmosphere.
Luigi Brun, Chief Executive Officer of Tekron, Inc. stated, "It is extremely important that North America's farmers be an integral part of the renewable energy industry. The task of the responsible disposal of animal waste has been an expensive proposition for farmers reducing already slim products. North America produces over 150 million tons of farm waste every year with the United States producing over 95 million tons each year. This is a problem that must be solved."
Mr. Brun continued, "It's too early to say how much energy each farm may produce or how much money it might save. But if our initial projections are any indication, the energy produced from the waste using of proprietary processes could certainly turn farms into self-sustaining operations."
Tekron, Inc., http://www.tekron-inc.com, and its subsidiaries are engaged in the commitment to the preservation of the environment through the use of ecologically safe and efficient technology.
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