Biorem Technologies wins Midwest contracts worth $1.3 million
CVF Technologies Corp. and Biorem Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Biorem Inc. (which is about 35% owned by CVF), announced three recent contracts for the cities of Kankakee, Ill. Little Falls, Minn., and Omaha, Neb., for its advanced biological air pollution control technology...
WILLIAMSVILLE, NY, Feb. 16, 2005 (PRNewswire-FirstCall) -- CVF Technologies Corp. and Biorem Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Biorem Inc. (which is about 35% owned by CVF), announced three recent contracts for the cities of Kankakee, Ill. Little Falls, Minn., and Omaha, Neb., for its advanced biological air pollution control technology.
The city of Kankakee has ordered two BASYSTM 44X modular biofilter units, utilizing BiosorbensTM permanent biofilter media, for the Kankakee River Wastewater Treatment Plant. The project, valued at $425,000 will control odors in a heavily-populated residential area near the city.
The Little Falls Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility in the Minnesota has placed an order for Biosorbens permanent biofilter media to retrofit an existing filter. The system, expected to be running in the summer of 2005, is valued at $365,000 and will control about 25,000 cubic feet per minute (cfm) of odor. The retrofit of an existing unused concrete structure will save the client considerable capital cost for this installation.
An additional order valued at $550,000 was received for the supply of a biofilter for the City of Omaha, NE.
"It is gratifying to see the positive results of our marketing efforts in this sales region," said Brian Herner, Biorem president and CEO. "Two years ago, we expanded our sales staff to develop coverage in the Midwestern U.S. market. These orders demonstrate that it was the right decision and we are pleased with the progress made by our sales department.
"With a reputation for groundbreaking developments, like Biosorbens, the first inorganic biofilter media, Biorem focuses on practical and affordable ways to solve environmental headaches, like foul odors."
Biorem Technologies Inc (www.biorem.biz) is an industrial biotech company based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, and is engaged in the business of applying bioconversion and biotransformation technology to municipal and industrial environmental applications. Biorem manufacturers Biosorbens biofilter media and is a leading supplier of biofilters for air pollution control in municipal and industrial applications. The current business focus of Biorem is the design and installation of biological air filters, or biofilters, for the removal of odor and other air pollutants from municipal and industrial sources. Since 1999, Biorem has made significant progress in the commercialization of its biofilter technology, having successfully completed more than 100 biofilter installations in the United States and Canada.
CVF Technologies Corp. (www.cvfcorp.com) is based in Williamsville, N.Y., and is a technology development company, whose principal business is sourcing, funding and managing emerging pre-public technology companies with significant market potential. Founded in 1989, CVF's holdings include five companies involved primarily in environmental products/services -- including Biorem Inc., parent company of Biorem Technologies Inc.