EarthRenew Inc. (CSE: ERTH) (“EarthRenew” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an engineering update on our Strathmore facility recommissioning project. Laporte Engineering Inc. is nearing completion of the detailed engineering design.
In addition, major equipment orders required for the recommissioning process are underway.
Our updated construction schedule anticipates a construction contract award by the end of the year, with construction activities on-site beginning early in 2021.
Discussions are underway with potential construction contractors and EarthRenew expects to make a selection in the coming weeks.
The project will be constructed using a two-phase approach:
Phase 1: The first phase will see the installation of drying and mixing equipment, which together will produce a bulk-dried mixed product.
The completion of phase one is expected to allow EarthRenew to produce a heat-treated organic fertilizer product free of seeds, weeds, and pathogens.
Phase 2: Phase two of the project will add pelletizing or granulation machinery and will also include CCm Technologies Limited’s (“CCm”) upgrading module, as described in our prior press releases dated April 2, 2020 (EarthRenew Develops New Organic Fertilizer Formulation with Higher NPK in Collaboration with CCm Technologies).
The second phase will build on the knowledge and implementation insights gained during phase one deployment, which we believe will ensure EarthRenew is delivering a high-quality product to customers.
The recommissioned facility is being designed to generate 10 tonnes per hour of finished fertilizer product, a significant improvement over the 4 tonnes per hour produced by the original facility.
Furthermore, the recommissioned facility is designed to use 1.4 Megawatts (“MW”) generated from the on-site 4.0 MW turbine, the waste heat from which will be used in the dryer.
The power generated by the turbine in excess of the 1.4 MW can be used as an additional revenue source for the site.
EarthRenew’s President & CEO, Keith Driver, commented; “We are very pleased with the design of the new facility as we move from engineering to construction.
We have built on our historical knowledge to design a facility with expanded capacity and scale. The two-phase construction process will allow us to enter production so oner and decrease our commissioning period,” Keith continued.
Live Investor Webinar on Tuesday, November 17th at 2 PM ET (12PM MST)
EarthRenew’s President & CEO, Keith Driver, will be hosting a live investor webinar to discuss the engineering update on the Strathmore Recommissioning project, other upcoming major milestones, and share some commentary on the organic fertilizer market. You can register for the webinar below:
Date: Tuesday, November 17th, 2020
Time: 2 PM ET (12 Noon MST)
Have Questions? Mr. Driver will be available to answer your questions following the presentation on the webinar platform. You may also submit your question(s) beforehand via email at [email protected].
About EarthRenew Inc.
EarthRenew’s mission is to support a farm system that puts healthy soils and grower profitability back on the table. EarthRenew transforms livestock waste into a high-performance organic fertilizer to be used by organic and traditional growers in Canada and the United States.
Located on a 25,000 head cattle feedlot, our flagship Strathmore plant is capable of producing up to four MW per hour of low-cost electricity powered by a natural gas-fired turbine.
The exhausted heat from the turbine is used to convert manure into certified organic fertilizer. EarthRenew is listed on the CSE under the symbol ERTH. www.earthrenew.ca
For additional information, please contact:
CEO of EarthRenew
Phone: (403) 860-8623
E-mail: [email protected]
Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Information
This press release contains “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation.
Forward-looking information includes, but is not limited to, statements with respect to the recommissioning of our Strathmore facility, including the expected completion of engineering design, the timeline for the award of a construction contract and the commencement of construction, and the two-phase construction approach.
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