HOW DOES THE ECOLENE™ PROCESS WORK?
An Immediate Commercial Reaction to Global Warming-Induced Climate Change
Next Methanol Inc. employs a patented process to create bio-methanol (CH40), a carbon-neutral, high hydrogen content transportation fuel trademarked as ECOLENE™.
Why do we say carbon neutral and what does that mean to our environment?
Constituent components of ECOLENE™ arise from biomass, typically the solid content found in municipal raw sewage, farm operations, and compostable organic matter. These components contain atmospheric carbon. Combusting ECOLENE™ releases this same carbon into the atmosphere. Moreover, the energy used in processing ECOLENE™ comes from fossil free energy sources such as wind, solar and water that do not emit greenhouse gases to produce electricity.
ECOLENE™ is carbon-neutral – does not contribute to global warming.
ECOLENE™ is produced using readily available and renewable biomass sources such as municipal sewage and compostable materials that otherwise go to landfill.