MEMPHIS, TN--(Marketwire - October 11, 2012) - Dynamic Energy Alliance Corporation (
The TKF processes, as adapted to DEAC's specifications, would produce up to 20 individual components at purity levels that are in high demand. DEAC's adaptation of the process would consist of a series of unit operations functioning at a narrow range of temperatures, pressures, and volumes -- anticipated to yield the separation needed to maintain the purity and value of the products. Some of the 20 materials would be made in high purity for use as feedstock for downstream products, while others would be synthetic versions of natural products, where a spectrum of similar products is produced (e.g., for flavors, extracts and essential oils).
Another benefit of the TKF processes, when combined with the previously acquired Pyrolytic augmentation technologies from R.F.B., LLC, would be an anticipated reduction in greenhouse gases, a byproduct of burning fuel to produce the derivative carbon black product.
Charles R. Cronin, Jr., DEAC's Chairman, stated: "We believe these combined processes have the potential to produce more energy than the sum of the energy used to make the original tire plus the energy expended to recover the products. The additional value will be validated by a lifecycle analysis, and we expect to publish an impact analysis in the near future."
He continued: "We also believe the combination of technologies could have the potential to provide our Company with a breakthrough in the economics of waste tire processing. These technologies may have the ability to transform the waste tire industry from a landfill or rubber products business into a specialty chemical business with revenue potentials exceeding what typically has been generated from tire recycling products."
Obtaining the exclusive, worldwide license for the high value organic extraction processes is contingent upon the Company obtaining the required capital as set forth in the Licensing Agreement, including $100,000 prior to executing a definitive agreement, payment of minimum royalties on $35,000 a month, and payment of $400,000 prior to December 31. As of this date, there is no guarantee that the parties will be able to execute a definitive agreement or that necessary capital can be obtained on commercially reasonable terms to complete the acquisition of the license and maintain it until anticipated cash flows are realized from use of the technology in an operating plant.
The Company filed a Current Report on Form 8-k with the Securities and Exchange Commission on October 11, 2012 to disclose, among other things, the Company's non-binding agreement in principle with respect to the contemplated license.
About Dynamic Energy Alliance Corporation
Dynamic Energy Alliance Corporation (DEAC), www.dynamicenergyalliance.com, is a development stage energy and recycling company focused on identifying, combining and enhancing existing technologies with proprietary recoverable production and finishing processes to produce synthetic oil, carbon black, gas, and carbon steel from waste feedstock. This process is expected to be accomplished with limited residual waste product and significant reductions in greenhouse gases compared to traditional processing. To maximize this opportunity, the Company has developed a scalable, commercial development strategy to build "Energy Campuses" with low operational costs and long-term, recurring revenues.
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