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Spectrum Blue Steel's fresh foreign investment at 18 Billion and the Biosphere process spark attention on a global scale
Date:6/29/2008

Spectrum Blue steel's announcement to clean the dump sites and get rid of the garbage has sparked allot of attention. One day after the 18 billion dollar announcement to build 1500 biosphere units in the Philippines environmental Secretary Jose Atienza warned local chief executives they risk being charged in court if they fail to shut down open garbage dumps in their jurisdictions.

Manila, Philippines (PRWEB) June 29, 2008 -- Spectrum Blue steel's timing is dead on. June 2008 Spectrum Blue Steel announced an exclusive contract with public company Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF.OB) and started the 10 year plan for the Philippines using the patented Biosphere and Eco Technology. The Biosphere Process System has been tested to European and US EPA standards by Bord Na Móna Environmental Limited. The Biosphere Process System meets and exceeds the requirements of the newest EPA regulations, the newest European Union regulations and all appropriate operations and emissions standards in any jurisdiction on the planet.

Spectrum Blue steel's announcement to clean the dump sites and get rid of the garbage has sparked allot of attention. One day after the 18 billion dollar announcement to build 1500 biosphere units in the Philippines environmental Secretary Jose Atienza warned local chief executives they risk being charged in court if they fail to shut down open garbage dumps in their jurisdictions. The National Solid Waste Management Commission has been sending out notices to governors and mayors whose jurisdictions continue to operate open dump sites in violation of the Solid Waste Management Act, or RA 9003, Atienza said. "We can't allow continuing violations of RA 9003. If after three notices, they have not complied with the law, we shall be filing charges in the courts,'' he said at the press briefing in manila Philippines.

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