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DAIOYUTAI STATE GUESTHOUSE …

DAIOYUTAI STATE GUESTHOUSE
BEIJING, CHINA

PREPARED BY
JINSHANLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO.
ECORNTECH,INC.

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    • 1. ECORNFIBER FOR CHINA JUNE 5 2007 DAIOYUTAI STATE GUESTHOUSE BEIJING, CHINA PREPARED BY JINSHANLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO. ECORNTECH,INC. SPONSORED BY INTERNATIONAL GREEN INDUSTRY CORPORATION ORGANIZATION, UNITED NATIONS
    • 2. INTRODUCTION TALKING POINTS CONCERN ABOUT THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION OF FORESTRY RESOURCES MEETING CONCERNS AND INCREASING EFFICIENCY WITH NEW PROVEN TECHNOLOGY THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE
    • 3. THE GLOBAL CHALLENGE NO LONGER CAN WE ASK THE QUESTION: WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT SAVING MONEY, OR SAVING THE ENVIRONMENT? WE NO LONGER HAVE TO THANKS TO ECORNTECH AND OUR PARTNERS HERE TODAY JINSHANLIN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO
    • 4.
      • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SINCE 1995
      • 2002 PILOT SCALE PRODUCTION FOR PULP/PAPER IN USDA
      • 2003 RECEIVED REPORT FROM USDA FOR PULP AND PAPER
      • 2003 APPLIED TECHNOLOGY TO REAL MILLS IN CHINA
      • 2004 RESEARCH FOR PRELIMINARY PRODUCTION
      • 2005 PILOT SCALE PRODUCTION FOR FIBER BOARD IN U.S.D.A
      • 2006 TECHNICAL KNOW HOW REPORT FOR ENGINEERED BOARD
      • FROM FORESTRY LABORATORY FOR APPLICATIONS WORLWIDE
      HISTORY
    • 5.
      • WORLDS MOST ENVIRONMENTALLY BENEFICIAL
      • FIBER BOARD
      • PAPER/PULP
      • PRODUCED AT FRACTION OF THE COST
      TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION
    • 6.
      • TECHNOLOGY BASED ON AGRICULTURAL WASTE
      • CORN STALK
      • WASTE = EXPENSE
      • APPLICATION OF ECORNTECH TECHNOLOGY
      • WASTE = PROFIT / NEW COMMODITY
      TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION
    • 7.
      • PROPRIETARY ECORNTECH TECHNOLOGY
      • CREATION OF ECORNFIBER ™
      • FIBER SUPERIOR TO THAT PRODUCE FROM VIRGIN WOOD!
      NEW FIBER SOURCE
    • 8.
      • FIELD TESTED MANUFACTURING PROCESS
      • DRAMATICALLY LOWERING COSTS OF PRODUCTION
      • ENVIRONMENTAL AND FINANCIAL BENEFITS
      • NOMINAL IMPLEMENTATION COST TO MILLS GLOBALLY
      TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION
    • 9. Worldwide Corn Production 130 MILLION METRIC TONS OF WASTE EACH YEAR
    • 10. COST COMPARISON RAW MATERIAL
    • 11.
      • COMBINED INDUSTRIES GROSS NEARLY ½ TRILLION USD
      • MOST USED PRODUCTS ON EARTH
      • NEED FOR WOOD IS INSATIABLE
      BOARD AND PAPER INDUSTRY
    • 12.
      • 15 MILLION HECTARES OF FORESTS
      • CONSUMES 2 BILLION TREES ANNUALLY
      • CONSISTENT SHORTAGE OF RAW MATERIAL
      • CONSTANT INCREASE IN WOOD PRICE
      RAW MATERIAL FACTS
    • 13.
      • CONSUMES MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF ENERGY
      • PROCESS CYCLES INCLUDE:
      • PAPER - BLEACHING BOARD - RESIN
      • HIGHLY TOXIC CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS
      • ESCALATING EXPENSE FOR CHEMICAL DISPOSAL
      CURRENT MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    • 14.
      • FINANCIAL IMPACT OF GLOBAL RESTRICTIONS ON WOOD AND
      • CHEMICAL USE
      • OPPOSITION TO INDUSTRY EXPANSION
      • DRIVEN BY GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL INTEREST
      • LACK OF EFFICIENT ALTERNATIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
      INDUSTRY CHALLENGES
    • 15.
      • ECORNFIBER ™
      • REDUCES RAW MATERIAL COSTS BY MORE THAN 20%
      • REDUCES THE NUMBER OF MANUFACTURING STEPS
      • POSITIVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
      • LOWERS COST OF PRODUCTION
      • INCREASES PROFIT MARGINS
      SOLUTION
    • 16.
      • ELIMINATES BARKING AND CHIPPING PROCEDURES
      • REDUCES THE NUMBER OF BLEACHING AND WATER PROCESSES
      • REDUCES CHEMICAL CONSUMPTION AND DISPOSAL COSTS
      • REDUCES ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND TOXIC POLLUTION
      • INCREASES MANUFACTURING EFFICIENCY
      PROCESS; PAPER
    • 17.
      • EMPLOYS NEW RAW MATERIAL
      • CREATES NEW SUSTAINABLE SOURCE OF SUPPLY
      • ELIMINATES STEAMING, PULPING, SCREENING, AND DRYING
      • PROCESSES
      • COMBINES BLENDING AND MATING PROCESS
      PROCESS; FIBER BOARD
    • 18.
      • REDUCES CHEMICAL CONSUMPTION AND
      • DISPOSAL COSTS
      • REDUCES ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND TOXIC
      • POLLUTION
      • PROCESS EXCEEDS GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL
      • STANDARDS
      • INCREASES MANUFACTURING EFFICIENCY
      BENEFITS FOR BOTH INDUSTRIES
    • 19. VALUE PROPOSITION
    • 20. CORN STALK COLLECTED; RAW MATERIAL PURCHASED PROCESS FLOW ECORNFIBER™ PRODUCTION FACILITY BOARD, AND PAPER, PRODUCERS CONSUMERS ENJOY HIGHER QUALITY PRODUCTS
    • 21.
      • LEADING CORN PRODUCER
      • CORN STALK WASTE = 130 MILLION METRIC TONS/YEAR
      • MEETS 22% OF GLOBAL DEMAND FOR PAPER AND
      • FIBER BOARD PRODUCTS
      • GROWING MARKET SHARE
      CHINA-INDUSTRY ATTRIBUTES
    • 22.
      • BECOME THE FIRST NATION TO CAPITALIZE ON THE MERITS OF
      • ECORNTECHTECHNOLOGY
      • ENABLING CHINA TO PRODUCE 70 MILLION METRIC TONS OF
      • ECORNFIBER ™ PER YEAR
      • SUPPLYING MATERIAL FOR UP TO 2 THOUSAND CHINESE FACTORIES
      • REDUCE MANUFACTURING COSTS AND POLLUTION
      • IMPROVE PROFIT MARGINS AND QUALITY OF FINISHED PRODUCTS
      • LEAD THE WORLD BY REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF A
      • VITAL INDUSTRY
      CHINA OPPORTUNITY
    • 23.
      • NEW TECHNOLOGY JOBS
      • IMPROVED YIELD AND PRODCUTIVITY OF AGRICULTURE SCTR.
      • IMPROVED LOGISTICAL CAPABILITIES
      • HUGE REDUCTION IN COSTS RELATED TO ECO DAMAGE
      • ENHANCED TOURISM TO AGRICULTURAL AREAS:
      • CASE STUDY: VINEYARDS WHICH LOSE VISITORS DURING BURN
      • SEASON
      • WOULD PROPEL CHINA TO 1 IN FOREST PROTECTION AMONGST
      • INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS
      CHINA OPPORTUNITY
    • 24.
      • DEFORESTATION = 25% CO 2 EMISSIONS GLOBAL PER YEAR
      • USING CORN STALK WILL SAVE 450 MILLION TREES YEARLY!
      • INCREASING CONNECTIVE CLOUD COVER
      • INCREASED OXYGEN PRODUCTION
      • REDUCTION IN GLOBAL WARMING IN UNPRECEDENTED FASHION
      CHINA OPPORTUNITY
    • 25.
      • UTILIZING OTHER AGRICULTURAL WASTES
      • WHEAT
      • RICE
      • JUTE
      JUST THE BEGINNING
    • 26. JUST THE BEGINNING BAILING AND HARVESTING TECHNOLOGIES BOARD TECHNOLOGIES: OSB ALTERNATIVE CARBON FILTRATION SYSTEM MOST IMPORTANT: CELLULOSIC ETHANOL PRODUCTION
    • 27.
      • ANTI-DESERTIFICATION PROGRAM: USING JUST STALK
      • FOR GOBI DESERT AND MIDDLE EAST
      • REDUCED EXPANSION OF DESERT
      • REDUCE SANDSTORM IMPACT
      • FERTILIZE LAND
      • INCREASE AVAILABLE RAW MATERIAL
      GROWING CORN STALK
    • 28.  
    • 29. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW Introduction -. Cornstalk is a potential inexpensive source of quality fiber that can be used in paper industry for quality paper products and fiber board. -. Cornstalk offers the most promising fiber source which contains very little and/or no silica in the fiber matrix. -. Cornstalks are not at all used in pulp and paper industry, although nearly 284 million tons/year are available worldwide, including 130 million tons/year in China.
    • 30. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW Comparison of Fibers Compared to the wood pulp, the corn pulp has more cellulose and less lignin and appropriate to paper manufacturing. Its fiber length is a little longer than the hardwood and its yield (45-55%) is almost the same when our chemical pulping methods are applied. Soft Wood Cornstalk Hardwood Fiber length yield Cellulose content Lignin content
    • 31. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW -. Cornstalk pulping process needs less chemical, lower temperature, less time than wood pulping for similar yield. -. Cornstalk pulp needs less bleaching chemicals and fewer stages than wood pulp bleaching. Cornstalk pulp manufacturing process Our procedure Compression bailing transportation Compression chip transportation Baling compression Cornstalk Harvesting Chipper or refiner Chip storage and compression
    • 32. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW Comparisons of Papers from Cornstalk and Wood Chip Cornstalk pulp could provide quality printing and writing grade paper with compare with wood paper Sample Basis weight (g/m 2 ) Density (kg/m 3 ) Diffuse Brightness (%) Printing Opacity (%) Tensile index (N · m/g) Stretch (%) Tearing Index (mN · m 2 /g) Wood pulp 80.4 698 87.4 89.8 12.0 1.73 4.7 Corn stalk pulp 76.9 784 88.7 87.2 25.5 2.65 6.4
    • 33. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW Cornstalk Advantages Chemical : 9-15% A. Alkali Cooking Temperature : 140-150 0 C Cooking Time : 60-90 min Yield : 44-47% Permeability for Food Container Disadvantages Storage due to Bulky Volume Packing Process Difficulty due to good Permeability
        • Hardwood
        • Advantages
        • Chemicals : 15-20% A.Alkali
        • Cooking Temperature : 160-170 0 C
        • Cooking Time : 80-100 min
        • Yield : 44-47%
      • Disadvantages
      • Price
      • Environmental Regulation
      • Plantation
    • 34. TECHNICAL OVERVIEW -. The cornstalk fiber exceeds the mechanical and physical property values for standard industrial grade of wood fibers. -. Processing cornstalk fiber consumes less energy and time than those required for wood fiber. -. The cornstalk fiber has the bright future for the cheapest source of fiber, saving energy and eco-friendly policies. Conclusions -. EcornFiber TM is the best answer for non-wood fiber.