Encore Energy Systems targets wastewater treatment market

Encore Energy Systems Inc., a rapidly growing diversified energy company announced its new initiative to introduce its solutions to the Waster Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) market. In an effort to support urban sprawl and commercial development, WWTP's are expanding throughout the United States. As a result, graywater (effluent) use as an energy source is expected to further increase. The company anticipates 65% of its industrial business in 2008 will be sourced from WWTP facilities...

BRIGHTON, MI, Dec. 17, 2007 -- Encore Energy Systems Inc., a rapidly growing diversified energy company announced its new initiative to introduce its solutions to the Waster Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) market.

In an effort to support urban sprawl and commercial development, WWTP's are expanding throughout the United States. As a result, graywater (effluent) use as an energy source is expected to further increase.

Brian Mello, Sr. V.P. of Sales for Encore, stated, "We are the sole graywater systems source for the heating and cooling requirements of WWTP's. We expect explosive demand as they realize the potential for energy savings that is already flowing through their pipes. Graywater geothermal energy is nothing new to us. What is changing right now is the public awareness of graywater's value as a natural resource. Encore's position is very unique and strong: We own the patent for the use of graywater in heating/cooling systems."

The company anticipates 65% of its industrial business in 2008 will be sourced from WWTP facilities. If graywater is not accessible in some areas, Encore's technology for direct-connect geothermal HVAC via municipal managed water supplies allows users to benefit without the costly upfront expense of drilling or trenching for loop fields as the source.

Encore Energy Systems owns the patent for the use of graywater in heat exchanger systems and grows through energy-related acquisitions, marketing, selling and licensing its patented technology.

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