Mayors unite in an effort to reduce local global
Plan introduced to mayors by Green Energy Resources
would reduce greenhouse gases by 90% immediately
Huntington, NY— A group
of 132 U.S. mayors met in May and agreed to adopt the Kyoto Protocol
in an attempt to lower global warming at the local level. Mayors
from 35 states are working to put into place numerous plans reducing
greenhouse emissions 7% by 2012. According to Green Energy Resources,
the mayors can immediately reduce 90% of the greenhouse mercury
emissions from coal firing utility plants by burning eco-green
coal instead of traditional coal.
Eco-Green coal, a boiler ready
pre-mixture of wood biomass adhered to coal, is already utilized
in the United Kingdom. When co-fired in power plant boilers, it
is proven to reduce greenhouse gases of carbon, nitrous oxide,
sulfur and mercury by 90%.
Joe Murray, CEO, Green Energy
Resources states, “The mayors can immediately reduce greenhouse
gases by 90% using our eco-green coal. No other method tested
is as cost effective or can be implemented as quickly. Eco-green
coal is Kyoto compliant and does not require expensive scrubbers
or retrofitting. We have 50 million tons supply of wood biomass
that can be readily converted to eco-green coal. Our national
delivery network logistically alleviates any concerns by the mayors
over space, material management, or transportation costs. We will
be approaching each mayor with our plan.”
Eco-Green coal, a product of
Green Energy Resources, complies with all federal air rule regulations
and outperforms according to standards set by the Kyoto treaty.
Green Energy Resources is developing
a biomass supply and delivery network since 2001 and potentially
holds the largest reserve of urban wood waste in the world. Some
Green Energy locations have a half-million tons of biomass inventory
accrued from a diverse number of national and local suppliers.
Green Energy regularly exports wood biomass for co-firing in Europe
from the ports of Baltimore, Savannah and Philadelphia.