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USR16 Brochure

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USR16 Brochure

  1. 1. Urban Water Sanitation Remediation at Low Capital Costs & in Real Time 918-720-5200 Chris@abiofuels.com 1502 South Boulder Ave, Suite 10G Tulsa, Oklahoma 74119 USR16 With solids reduction of around 40% What is USR16? A proprietary acclimation process that gets significant results. It breaks down carbon chains aerobically into CO2 & H2O while inactivating a ma- jority of bacterial pathogens. The pa- tented microbial product will re- duce excreta sol- ids and provides “clean” water usually in less than 96 hours of retention. Bacterial Reduction Test Solutions A Division of Applied Biofuels Corporation Brought to you by: USR16 Solutions A Division of Applied Biofuels Corporation USR16 Brought to you by:  Tested, Safe, Non-toxic  Reduces bacteria/pathogens  Reduces biological solids  Doesn’t require major CapEx for in- frastructure such as waste water treat- ment plants or sewage systems  Works with retention tanks, large sewage ponds & lagoons  Program & results can be realized in months versus years  Redefines water sanitation paradigm After 96 hrs: Before After After 96 Hours Before After Coliform Plate Count , cfu/g 7300 420 E-coli Plate Count , cfu/g 5700 270
  2. 2. Water is Life . . . It is not created, only recycled; humankind must take care of this vital resource Proposed Help Effective sanitation will require a re- invention of how urban area’s manage their waste generation and water treat- ment. Ultimately, the solution will be duplicating Nature’s functions in less cen- tralized ways without relying on expen- sive, inefficient technologies employed in more developed areas. Clean water is a critical component to the health and well being of the World and is a priority. By utilizing the new microbial USR16, excreta is broken down in an aerobic en- vironment like ponds and holding tanks, and most associated pathogens are greatly reduced. Retention times of 4 days or less are needed and no secondary water is re- quired:  providing initial baseline reductions  requiring no significant capital out- lays for major infrastructure such as waste water treatment facilities and sewage systems  Can be operational in months rather than years The microbial elements used in USR16 can be grown locally under a contract agreement with AGT, the patent holder, and are tested, safe and non-toxic. Current Situation Waste water treatment systems are capital intensive. Many urban areas cannot afford a sewage drainage system, let alone a sew- age treatment system. The end result: pollu- tion. Many urban environments are drown- ing in its excreta. Problems can no longer be resolved by discharging wastes into a water source.  2.5 billion people lack access to im- proved sanitation, 1 billion still practice open defecation (WHO/UNICEF joint study 2014).  More people in the world have a mobile phone than a toilet.  Every minute a child dies of a water related disease.  WHO estimates for every $1 spent on sanitation, a $4 economic benefit occurs for the community. The problem is severe and growing. While a comprehensive solution is most desirable, measures that significantly decrease the severity and positively impact within re- gional economic realities is a valid strategy. Most sanitation experts believe modern technologies used for cleaning waste in “developed countries” are out of the financial reach of regions facing this major urban growth. Ultimately, these solutions are too expensive to install, even more expensive to run, and use too much water to transport the excreta. New means need to be found to remediate water sanitation problems, it is not an option but a neces- sity. Future Predictions Sanitation in rapidly expanding urban environ- ments is one of the most urgent problems facing man. In the next three decades, 2.5 billion people will migrate into the world's cities, 90% of them in Africa and Asia. Rapid urbanization will pose de- velopment challenges beyond those the global com- munity has faced before.

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