UEEC Is Planning a Commercial Mission in France
Monday August 21, 1:00 pm ET
NEW YORK, NY--(MARKET WIRE)--Aug 21, 2006 -- United Environmental Energy Corporation ("UEEC" or the "Company") (Other OTC:UTEV.PK - News) following the acquisition of the License for the rights to commercialize the Waste to Energy (WTE) power plants using the gasification technology for the national territory of France, has started business development activities and is planning a commercial mission within a few months.
The French territory constitutes an enormous potential market for the WTE technology since most important municipalities are compelled to find an efficient solution to their energy and waste disposal problems. Production of waste, by citizen, increases by 5 kilos each year. Currently in France, around 52 % of municipal solid waste (MSW) is either recycled or burned at combustion facilities and 48 % is disposed of in landfill sites.
French authorities are looking for ways to eliminate waste and decrease emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG) that contribute to global climate change.
WTE power plants sold by UEEC eliminate the need to incinerate and dispose of waste in landfill sites. Moreover they eliminate day-to-day waste, produce clean energy (electricity, steam), and decontaminate landfill sites by eliminating the waste they contain.
United Environmental Energy Corp
The nature of UEEC's business is to commercialize environmentally friendly technologies. Its main objective is to provide governments, companies, and/or other organizations with ecological solutions that will increase the quality of life and will contribute to the de-pollution of the environment. In light of its commitment to a pollution-free environment, UEEC's philosophy of business is to be a force of change in the de-pollution of the planet.
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