April 2006

$84 million tires-to-ethanol facility planned in New Jersey

Wilton, CT— Startech Environmental Corporation announced that Startech and Future Fuels, Inc., (FFI) a subsidiary of Nuclear Solutions, Inc., of Washington, DC, have formed a Strategic Alliance Agreement to mutually obtain contracts for waste-to-ethanol facilities and also for FFI’s own $84 million waste-to-ethanol facility to be constructed in Toms River, New Jersey.

The Company has also received a letter of intent from FFI for their purchase of a 100 ton-per-day Startech Plasma Converter System (PCS) for installation in the first-of-its-kind waste-to-ethanol facility in Toms River, scheduled to go on-line in late 2007. The PCS will safely and completely destroy the tires in its process that results in a clean synthesis gas product called Plasma Converted Gas™ (PCG). The plasma converter will be attached to the front of the FFI system. PCG produced will be piped directly into the FFI system to make commercial fuel-grade ethanol for sale.


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