Renewable energy technology turning trash to clean energy at Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Jan. 23, 2004 — Nathaniel Energy Corporation, a provider of renewable energy, is proud to announce, during a recent visit to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, that its proprietary technology the Thermal Combustor continues to prove that there is money to be saved by going “green.”

After 14 years the Thermal Combustor continues to create significant cost savings at the Atlanta Journal.

At the Atlanta Journal, the Thermal Combustor has used waste from plant operations — materials such as wood pallets, plastic, ink and assorted scrap — to produce heat to dry the newspaper’s press. Fourteen years later, the Thermal Combustor is still running strong and cutting costs for the newspaper.

“The Thermal Combustor in use at the Atlanta Journal substantiates that this technology works, and that it is possible to be environmentally-conscious and save significant money at the same time,” says Nathaniel Energy CEO and Founder Stan Abrams. “Viable, profitable renewable energy is no longer a pipedream; it is achievable and sustainable, and we’ve proven it. In fact we have other Thermal Combustor projects in process which we believe when implemented, will further demonstrate the significance and success of our technology.”

Nathaniel Energy ( ) provides industry with an alternative energy equal to that of fossil fuels. Its proprietary patented technology, the Thermal Combustor, is a 2-stage gasification system designed to combust waste, biomass, tires and any other solid, carbon-based materials into inexpensive electrical and thermal energy, while exceeding the most stringent EPA and European Union regulations.

Previous articleGestalt acquires energy and utility division of Mel Baiada-owned Sengen
Next articlePennWell names chief financial officer

No posts to display