Next Alternative Bulks Up Emulsion-Fuel Production With Mobile Unit
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OTTAWA, ONTARIO, Mar 12 (MARKET WIRE) -- Robert Ireland, CEO of Next Alternative, Inc. (XETRA:N4H) is pleased to announce that the firm's first mobile unit used for Emulsion-Fuel production will hit the road this month. In an effort to satisfy the growing needs of some of its clients - specifically in the mining industry, Next Alternative will deploy the mobile unit to mines across Northern Ontario. The unit, which can produce Emulsion-Fuel at a rate of 60,000 liters a day, is fully capable of processing up to three mines a month. Currently, NAI has commitments with three mines to commence processing their fuel, beginning with silver mine, Canamet Resources. NAI's mobile unit will supply up to 750,000 liters of fuel a month entirely on its own. Ireland commented, "We wanted to be able to produce the amount of Emulsion-Fuel needed by our mining clients in a fast and efficient way." He continued by saying, "With our mobile unit, we can do that onsite, eliminating the lag time of transport. So when our clients need fuel for their daily operations, it's there for them." Next Alternative Inc. is a break-through company paving the way in the global effort to discover alternative means of energy. Understanding the need to reduce the demand for fossil fuels, Next Alternative is pioneering new methods that provide eco-friendly solutions. Poised on the cutting-edge of new green technologies, Next Alternative strives to develop and offer products that meet the challenges of our new economy. Next Alternative stands as an innovator - bringing existing technologies together and melding them to meet future demand. Contacts: Next Alternative 613.755.4023 www.next-alternative.com Copyright 2012, Market Wire, All rights reserved. -0-
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