News | November 15, 2021

Ecolomondo Launches Waste-To-Energy Engineering Subsidiary Specializing In Biogas Upgrading, Hydrogen Production And CO2 Capture

Renewable Energy and Petrochemical Engineering Veteran Ali Alizadeh Brought on as CTO to Help Lead Ecolomondo Process Technologies Inc.

Ecolomondo Corporation, a cleantech company specializing in the development of proprietary recycling technology, Thermal Decomposition Process (“TDP”), and the commercialization of turnkey TDP facilities, today announces the launch of wholly owned subsidiary Ecolomondo Process Technologies Inc. (“EPT”).

EPT is a multi-disciplined Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management (EPCM) company with proprietary technologies and expertise in waste to energy conversion, gas purification and separation, process gas/biogas upgrading and CO2 capture technologies. EPT offers turnkey solutions to customers and performs engineering services, installation and commissioning of waste to energy plants along with skid fabrication of gas purification, separation and upgrading.

With over 20 years of experience in research, engineering and project management across gas processing, petrochemical and renewable energy sectors, Ali Alizadeh, PhD, PEng assumes the new role of Chief Technology Officer.

“Across the EPCM spectrum, Ali is revered for his technical skills as well as his smarts,” said Eliot Sorella, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ecolomondo. “Ali has a tremendous track record of leading projects from pilot scale through to full commercialization, taking a hands-on approach to everything from engineering design and equipment fabrication to equipment installation and plant commissioning.”

Skilled engineering teams, coupled with experienced licenced general contractors, provide industrial-strength solutions designed to substantially reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate renewable energy such as methane and hydrogen from solid waste, process gas, synthetic gas and biogas.

“The formation of Ecolomondo Process Technologies is a key milestone that helps chart a clear path forward to executing our broader international TDP facility expansion plans,” Sorella continued. “We’re aggressively building out top-notch engineering and construction management teams, but we’re also immediately capitalizing on new client opportunities to test different equipment, engineering services and even feedstocks in our pilot facility, integrating tailored operational conditions based on a customer’s unique situation and needs. It’s a value-add to them, and a highly valuable addition for Ecolomondo shareholders.”

Source: Ecolomondo Corporation