LARGO, Fla., Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GDT Tek, Inc., (OTC: GDTK) a company focused on renewable and sustainable energy technologies announced today that it has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Green USA Recycling, Corp. The MOU delineates how the two Companies work together on the various projects that are available to both Green USA Recycling and GDTK.
Green USA Recycling, Corp., recycles 100% of waste material thereby eliminating the need for landfills. Green USA Recycling, Corp., manufactures RDF pellets for electric utilities. GDT Tek will be providing Phoenix units at their electric generation facilities recovering heat from the operations supplying electricity to the power grid.
Bo Linton President of GDT TEK, Inc. stated, "This is a tremendous opportunity for GDT Tek to be part these newly developed energy producing landfills with Green USA Recycling. Now that the technologies exist to reclaim the energy from waste our team can do it from the drawing board efficiently and effectively from the get go."
Don Willis President of Green USA Recycling Corp., stated "Our expanding involvement with GDT Tek is important to our plans to increase our presence in, and market share of, the waste to energy industry."
About Green USA Recycling Corp.: an Indiana, based private company (GUSAR) focused on single stream waste recycling technologies and waste to energy technologies. The company recycles waste products to RDF Pellets, Organic Fertilizer, Electricity, and many other products and is driving its adoption by power plants and other waste-heat generating industries.
Green USA Recycling is a Zero Landfill recycler. 100% of the material we receive is recycled for re-use or recycled into energy. Our waste recycling facility will be truly single stream as we take unsorted refuse straight from the waste collection truck and sort that material into recyclable goods. No pre-sorting or curbside programs are necessary. That statement means a great deal to us and is one we are very proud of being able to claim. The average landfills generate 6 million gallons of contaminated groundwater each and every year. With over 50,000 open and closed landfills in the U.S. that means we generate 300 billion gallons of contaminated water each year. That is the U.S alone. The amount of contaminated groundwater created all over the world is staggering. Whether it is an old landfill and the contaminated rainwater seeps directly into our groundwater, or it is a modern landfill and the rainwater is collected and sent to a treatment plant, the result is the same. Contaminated water enters into our water stream. Some will tell you that landfills are safe because they are lined to prevent seepage of contaminated water into our groundwater supply. Don't believe it. Even the liner manufacturers will tell you that liners have a limited lifespan. Liners get punctured by the material in a landfill. Liners degrade and weaken over time. Eventually all liners fail. When they do, the contaminated rainwater they are designed to catch seeps into our groundwater the same as unlined landfills. Lining of a landfill just puts off the problem to a future generation.
Green USA Recycling Corp., website is http://www.greenusarecycling.com/
About GDT Tek, Inc.: is a Florida-based publicly traded company (OTC: GDTK) focused on renewable and sustainable energy technologies. The company has licensed patented waste heat to electric power generation technology and is driving its adoption by power plants, landfills and other waste-heat generating industries. GDT Tek's waste heat to electricity systems are powerful enough to serve as a primary energy source, highly efficient, immediately cash-flow positive when installed under a Power Purchase Agreement and are scalable with system sizes from 150 KW/Hr to 5000 KW/Hr currently available. The GDT Tek system has been proven through a long-term five year installation at a San Jose, California-area landfill. Waste heat captured from landfill-generated methane gas generator engine exhaust and radiator jacket coolant systems is used by the GDT Tek system to generate electricity which is then sold to the grid. Professor Robert W. Dibble of the University of California at Berkeley assessed the GDT Tek system and stated that "Of the many technologies that I have evaluated over the course of the past several decades, GDT Tek's heat to power conversion solution has proven to be the most reliable, versatile, efficient, lowest emissions, and overall cost-effective solution available in today's changing world market."
RTR Global Investments, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of GDT Tek, Inc. Its holds projects, contracts, and power purchase agreements for its parent company GDT Tek, Inc.
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