HOW DOES THE ECOLENETM 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 ECOLENETM.
Why do we say carbon neutral and what does that mean to our environment?
Constituent components of ECOLENETM arise from biomass, typically the solid content found in municipal raw sewage, farm operations, and compostable organic matter. These components contain atmospheric carbon. Combusting ECOLENETM releases this same carbon into the atmosphere. Moreover, the energy used in processing ECOLENETM comes from fossil free energy sources such as wind, solar and water that do not emit greenhouse gases to produce electricity.
ECOLENETM is carbon-neutral – does not contribute to global warming.
ECOLENETM is produced using readily available and renewable biomass sources such as municipal sewage and compostable materials that otherwise go to landfill.