Posted by: itsgreendotcom | February 20, 2008

New Disruptive Technology Creates Renewable Fertilizer-energy-feeds

New Disruptive Technology Creates Renewable Fertilizer-energy-feeds

The ITS process transforms treated solids derived from municipal sewer sludges, industrial biological sludges and pulps, animal and poultry manures into a viable source of green energy based on their respective BTU qualities.

 

Orange County, CA (1888PressRelease) January 31, 2008 – During the early stages of developing a revolutionary new process todisinfect, deodorize and dry waste organic sludges, the Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc.’s R&D Research team began analyzing the connection between the end products and their applications in the renewable energy market.The Las Vegas, Nevada based company’s findings concluded that treated solids derived from municipal sewer sludges, industrial biological sludges and pulps, animal and poultry manures would qualify as a viable source of green energy based on their respective BTU qualities.According to Sally Brown, research associate professor at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, the BTU value of wastewater bio-solids is comparable to that of brown coal. According to other energy sources, the aforementioned daily generated wastes must first be dried to less than fifty percent (50%) moisture for proper combustion.The ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Drying™ Process is capable of economically demoisturizing eighty percent (80%) wet product down to as little as one percent (1%) if necessary.When the end products produced by the ITS Process are used for green energy purposes, the resulting mass nutrient ash can now be used as an additive in various fertilizer requirements by the agriculture industry.End products not used for energy are excellent EPA Exceptional Quality or Class “A” grade for use as organic soil mediums or animal, poultry and fish feeds. With much of the world’s soil seriously degraded, the organic mass nutrients produced by the ITS Process can play a major role globally for human, animal, poultry and aquaculture survival.The renewable energy global usage is presently thirteen percent (13%), with six percent (6%) of that used in the USA. Almost eighty percent (80%) of the total is contributed by biomass nutrient recycling. So one might quickly conclude that the ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™ Process is non-selective in its utility to successfully treat waste sludges as a “Clean and Green” revolutionary technology, and is successful in its ability to generate renewable and beneficial recycled products from a multitude of waste generators and processors worldwide.

 

Posted by: itsgreendotcom | February 20, 2008

From Research to Reality– Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc.

From Research to Reality
Written by Fred Meyer   
Dec 10, 2007 — /prbuzz/ –Las Vegas, Nevada–12/10/2007 This report features development of a global solution to treatment, disposal and nutrient management of municipality generated sewer sludge. The present production of nearly 2 billion tons per year is estimated to increase by 31.1 percent by 2008 according to Research and Markets, the largest provider of market research.When Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. (ITS) http://www.itscorp.us began a quest five years ago for an effective but economical method to process and treat bacteria-laden, odoriferous waste sludges which could then be recycled as soil nutrients little did its inventors realize the ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™ heat technology would today loom as the world’s foremost solution to the overwhelming contributing pollution problem.The Nevada Company focused on producing an EPA required sanitized Class A end product which could be used beneficially in agriculture applications.Utilizing super-heated air introduced into a specially designed rotary drum the tumbling and cyclonic effect demoisturizes sludges and reduces the mass by as much as a 5-to-1 ratio thus reducing transportation and disposal costs.The ITS patent pending solution is now one of the most economical, efficient and effective innovative means for also drying other materials like animal and poultry manures, agricultural and industrial by-products one can think of needing sanitation of bacteria, viruses and odor removed.To prevent any harmful emissions a wet scrubbing system is employed for waste air and particulates.The transportable ITS system can process up to 10 wet tons containing 80 percent moisture per hour.The overall performance of the cyclonic air drying system qualifies it as the Class A solution to end the antiquated practice of Class B sewer sludge land spreading or land filling throughout the world. The related cost of implementing this revolutionary technology is affordable to any size city or community and will help all maintain, on a global basis, compliance with regulations addressing pollution and nutrient management.ITS is conducting the final assembly to the first of 10 cyclonic air rotary dryer systems scheduled for delivery in Romania in 2008.Meanwhile, engineering reviews are nearing completion for 5 projects in Louisiana calling for the implementation of the ITS process systems.The Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc.’s mission is to address and prevent pollution economically and efficiently through sales or leasing of equipment is very near a global reality.For Additional Information:Media contact:Steve Sparks http://www.itscorp.us Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc.1-877-425-5550949-748-7546 (fax)steve@itscorp.us

 

Posted by: itsgreendotcom | February 20, 2008

Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. -Water, Air, Soil, Pollution Solution

Water, Air, Soil, Pollution Solution
Written by Fred Meyer   
For Immediate ReleaseWater, Air, Soil Pollution SolutionOct 29, 2007 — /prbuzz/ –Oct 29, 2007 Las Vegas, Nevada, In brief, Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. (ITS) developed the cyclonic air rotary dryer technology and design for the purpose of demoisturizing waste organic sludges generated by municipalities, agricultural and industrial industries.The elimination of the water content from these products results from the introduction of super-heated air introduced by a blower from a heater box into a 10 ton capacity rotary drum. The cyclonic effect of the air pulverizes the sludge which allows quick absorption of moisture by the hot air. Thus, the raw mass product can be reduced by as much as a 5-to-1 ratio. Comparatively, 5 truck loads of waste transported daily to a land fill or land spreading site for disposal is reduced to only one truck load. This saves handling, transportation and disposal costs of 4 truck loads. To prevent any harmful emissions, waste air is directed through a wet scrubber.The system is transportable and can be set up in modular configuration for large projects.Additional benefits of the drying process is the destruction of all pathogenic bacteria, viruses and offensive odors, while preserving the organic fertilizer values of the waste products.The processed matter is no longer a waste it now becomes an EPA approved Class A and/or Exceptional Quality bio-mass plant nutrient product which can now be given away or marketed.Markets and end product users include golf courses, sod growers, horticulture and silverculture operations, landscapers, farmers and gardeners, etc.; and contaminated property remediation such as lagoon closures and brownfields for reuse or redevelopment.Five years of research and development involving several universities and EPA sanctioned independent laboratories has proven that the ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™ system is totally effective in processing bio-solids (sewer sludge), animal and poultry manures and other agriculture processed by-waste, fish and aquatic process waste, industrial non-hazardous biological sludges, various paper mill wastes, all of which can be recycled as a fertilizer, animal or fish food or supplemental heating fuel for steam boilers.The patent-pending process utilized a 5 ton system to test and prove the cost effective revolutionary solution to help prevent water, air and soil pollution.Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada and Newport Beach California with plant operations in New Iberia, Louisiana. For Additional Information Please Contact:Steve SparksInt’l Turnkey Services, Inc.877-425-5550Steve@itscorp.us

 

Posted by: itsgreendotcom | February 20, 2008

DOUBLING CAPACITY MEANS DOUBLE THE DAILY REVENUE

DOUBLING CAPACITY MEANS DOUBLE THE DAILY REVENUE
Written by Fred Meyer   
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDOUBLING CAPACITY MEANS DOUBLE THE DAILY REVENUEWaste Generators have never seen a solution like thisOct 24, 2007 — /prbuzz/ –Newport Beach, California – 10/23/2007 – Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. (ITS) is concluding final assembly of its newest and largest ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™, this new system will process 10 Tons per hour as apposed to the 5 Tons per hour the system was earmarked with. This giant leap has fulfilled the demand of many current waste generators, thus marking commercialization with delivery of a unit to a New Iberia, Louisiana customer in November, 2007.The Nevada based company will then follow up with an international debut in early 2008 with the shipment of 10 process systems to Romania for installation in municipalities participating in United Nations led drinking water and wastewater treatment and improvement undertaking.The new 10 Ton ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™ System will be leased to Genesis Renewable Resources, LLC (GRR), for processing of agricultural by-products containing humus and other high organic values for soil enhancement.Besides specializing in selective processing contracts, GRR will be active in marketing end products derived from ITS process dryer systems utilized by waste generators.The ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer™ Technology is an approved EPA method under 40 CFR Part 503. The process uses super-heated air to disinfect and sanitize waste sludges, manures, etc., from pathogenic bacteria and viruses and eliminates offensive odors while reducing the mass raw production by as much as a 5-to-1 ratio thus, reducing transportation and disposal tipping fees.For additional information:Contact:Steve SparksInt’l Turnkey Services, Inc.877-425-5550Steve@itscorp.uswww.itscorp.us 

 

New Waste Management System poises great threat to trucking industry.Livestock Operators need 5,000 DryersOct 22, 2007 — /prbuzz/ –Newport Beach, California – 10/22/2007 — A new revolutionary method to process raw manures generated by livestock feeding and farming operations could quickly become a blessing towards efforts to prevent wide-spread water and air pollution, and an opportunity to beneficially recycle the organic end product. Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc. (ITS), a Nevada corporation, www.itscorp.us is poised to commercially introduce its newly developed waste sludge heat-drying technology to industry facilities which will require a minimum of 5,000 ITS systems to address the annual generation of 500 million tons of manures from the approximately 1.3 million farms holding livestock in the U.S. About 238,000 of these are animal feeding operations according to E.P.A. reports.The ITS endeavor is timely as the U.S. E.P.A., concerned with constant pollution discharges, has issued grants and directives to two environmental research companies to provide comprehensive assessments and recommendations to operators according to assistant administrator, Benjamin H. Grumbles.The project will also help operators establish a nutrient management plan which specifies volumes of manure that can be applied to crops to minimize run off to waterways.The ITS Cyclonic Air Rotary Dryer Process™ sanitizes the waste and demoisturizes the sludge- like manures while eliminating foul odor and reducing the mass volume by as much as a 5-to-1 ratio. This procedure greatly reduces the chance of water runoff and air pollution. The safe, friendly, easy to handle end product now conforms to user application management practices. press contact: Steve Sparks Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc.877-425-5550 http://www.itscorp.us 

Posted by: itsgreendotcom | February 20, 2008

Waste and Wastewater Combo Unit to Help Small or Large Waste Generators

For Immediate Release  :Newport Beach, California–2/13/08–The Co-Chief Executive Officers of the independently owned environmental companies are celebrating another milestone in their respective efforts to develop and implement anti-pollution waste process solutions worldwide.Int’l Turnkey Services, Inc’s (ITS) superheated air drying technology packaged in combination with Force Environmental Systems (FES) wastewater treatment technology now becomes a unique universal solution to address the serious global demand to treat sludges and wastewaters created by human and animal utilization, manufacturing and industrial processing.The companies decided a joint venture combination of their systems would best serve the more numerous small and intermediate waste generators struggling with costly disposal rates and limited budgets. The combo system can be down-sized and customized for specific waste volumes and economics, even to the point of serving out lying residential subdivisions or industrialized business operations.Besides their leadership positions the ITS and FES ceos are also co-inventors of their company’s technology. Their ideas were “hatched” independently but development and design occurred in the manufacturing mecca of South Louisiana.What is more unique and incredible than just coincidental is that both companies utilized a joint employee pool to self manufacture and operate equipment to prove the credibility and viability of their inventive concepts.ITS is a Nevada corporation (www.itscorp.us) founded by Foye Spark and Morris Peltier, have developed a process that de-moisturizes, deodorizes, and disinfects bacteria and virus-laden waste such as sewer sludge, animal and poultry manures, etc. The ITS process, an approved method of heat drying treatment, also reduces the mass wet sludge by as much as a 5-to-1 ratio and transforms it to a mass nutrient which can be utilized in agriculture applications, animal or fish feed or used as an alternative fuel source for energy when the product contains the required BTU values.FES is a Louisiana company whose process system separates the solids contained in the wastewater and treats the liquid through specialized digesters and aerators before introduction into a polishing feature of the system which allows the treated content to be recycled for irrigation, wash down and even as potable (drinking) purposes for human or animal consumption. The accumulated solids are introduced into the ITS dryer system for treatment and drying, qualifying the end product for beneficial reuseManufacturing of the combination systems are currently in progress at the ITS plant in New Iberia, Louisiana along with the ITS 10 ton cyclonic air rotary dryer systems destined to Romania and other United Nation sanctioned municipal wastewater upgrades in Eastern Europe. Media Contact:Fred MeyerSteve Sparks877-425-5550steve@itscorp.usfred@itscorp.us537 Newport Center DriveSuite 566Newport Beach, CA 92660www.itscorp.us

 

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