Masada is licensing its technology and process globally.
Masada recently teamed with Auburn University, one of America's leading research institutions in renewable energy from biomass, to advance the company's development of a commercially viable biofuel alternative for jet aviation fuels. The company is also pioneering with Auburn in pulp mill sludge-to-ethanol technology.
RJ Zapata will be Masada's exclusive waste-to-ethanol partner for the Dominican Republic under the 20-year agreement. The ethanol and other byproducts created at the Zapata-Masada waste-to-ethanol facilities can be sold locally or exported to other markets.
Masada is expanding its waste-to-ethanol business operations by teaming with existing waste management companies in Central America, the Caribbean and South America. The company has applied for and/or secured international patents in nearly three dozen countries.
Announcement of the Zapata-Masada deal comes at a time when the national government of the Dominican Republic is addressing the country's energy production needs through strong laws that support this initiative.
|SOURCE Masada Resource Group, LLC|
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