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HDS International Comments on Front-end Carbon Sequestration Technologies
Date:8/19/2011

asing the carbon dioxide and making it available to growing algae only as its needed, on demand.  We accomplish this through our proprietary technologies, which can be used to manage the growth of any biological system.  

"While HDS International is commonly known as an industrial, ocean-based algae biomass production company, our unique carbon fixation technologies provide us with an incremental market opportunity inaccessible to many of our competitors," said Tassos D. Recachinas, HDS International's CEO.  "Holding enabling front-end carbon capture technologies in-house provides us with significant competitive advantages and the ability to directly partner with industrial complexes to reduce their emissions for use in our algae biomass production operations.  The result is the only integrated open-ocean algae production system that can also meaningfully reduce carbon emissions."

The Company is continuing discussions with potential project partners and other vendors within the Back Bay territory, include large carbon emitters.  Given Back Bay's location in Canada—a ratified member of the Kyoto Protocol implementing regulations for carbon dioxide emission caps—the Company expects its integrated carbon capture and industrial, ocean-based algae biomass production projects developed within the Back Bay region to ultimately generate revenues from, among other things, the sale of renewable algae oil and residual biomass, as well as from the generation of carbon reduction credits.  

About HDS International Corp.

HDS International Corp. (OTCQB:  HDSI), based in Providence, RI, is a green technology company providing carbon capture and sequestration solutions, as well as industrial, all natural ocean-based algae farming solutions for the production of renewable, sustainable, and economically viable biofuels, bioproducts, and carbon elimination. Our licensed technologies provide us with an attractive
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