Green Power Inc. has posted a short video giving a virtual tour of their 100 ton/day waste-to-fuel production prototype plant in Pasco, Washington.
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Green Power Inc. just posted a video showing a school field trip of their 100 ton/day waste-to-fuel prototype plant in Pasco, Washington, USA that I visited in May, 2008.
It’s a good piece of entertainment, and it shows some good shots of the facility as well. It makes for a pretty good virtual tour; saving you the expense of a plane ticket and time away to pay them a visit yourself.
I’ve sent an email and Skype message to Michael Spitzauer to try and get other update information on their production, but so far I’ve not heard back from him. He’s super busy. [Feb. 28; 2:40 pm MST update: I got a brief call from Michael, who said he planned to send me an update email tomorrow.]
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