Using my patented Combined Remediation Biomass and Bio-Product Production (CRBBP) Process, one plants and then multi-tasks fast and large-growing Bio-Crops, to cost-effectively do good things, powered by sunlight, like capturing large amounts of CO2, remediating air, soil and water, and then making circular economy bio-products from the harvested material, in which the captured carbon is sequestered.
The multi-tasking feature of my patented CRBBP Process makes the cost of all of its outcomes, including CO2 capture, at a cost of approximately $50/ton, the remediation of air, soil and water, and then the making circular economy bio-products, much lower than if the Bio-Crops were grown for a single purpose.
In one of our newest initiatives, three of my state-based operating affiliate companies are now partnering with utilities (Dominion Energy, the Exelon Corporation and Philadelphia Gas Works) in demonstration projects, during which we are planting Biomass Sorghum on their sites, to capture CO2, then harvest the crops and convert the resulting biomass into biochar, which will then be embedded in the very same sites, to sequester the captured carbon, and generate carbon credits.
We are also exploring how planting our Bio-Crops on Wind Farm sites will help to increase wind density at blade-level, and thereby increase electric generation, due to the height and breadth of crops, even as they again capture CO2, then harvest the crops and convert the resulting biomass into biochar, which will then be embedded in the very same sites, to sequester the captured carbon, and, once again, generate carbon credits.
And, a it relates to our Bio-Products, carbon black filler powder, which is a substantial ingredient of composites, plastics and tires, is made by purposely under-burning and thereby, converting oil into a powdery soot. To help us commercialize our bio-based, safer and more sustainable bio-based filler powder, our team was honored, this February, to be among the first 16 grantees of the new federal BioMADE Program.
I would like to explore a possible collaboration, with you and your colleagues, as we seek to maximize the potential of our CRBBP Process, to capture CO 2, provide various other environmental services, and to make and sequester the captured carbon in environmentally-beneficial, circular economy bio-products.
So I look forward to your reply.
Joseph J. James, President
Agri-Tech Producers, LLC (ATP)
116 Wildewood Club Court
Columbia, South Carolina 29223
Cell: (803) 413-6801