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Ryncosmos Nominated to the Katerva Award

Ryncosmos has recently received aScreen Captures nomination to the prestigeous Katerva Award. Katerva is a UK based non-profit organization which promotes sustainability by recognizing initiatives around the world. Founded in 2009 Katerva goal is to "mobilize and energize the crowd to collaborate on creating our sustainable future". The Ryncosmos nomination is in the Materials and Resources category.

Presentation on Emissions 2013 conference (press release)

RYNCOSMOS-LLC-STRATACLEARh2GREENWICH, Conn., May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ryncosmos LLC, creator of Strataclear®, the unique technology that captures CO2 from raw exhaust in moving vehicles, announces that a presentation on the performance of its technology will be made on June 18 at the Emissions 2013 Conference, sponsored by Eastern Michigan University at Ypsilanti, Michigan.

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The presentation will be made by Buzz Powell, PhD, the researcher at Auburn University, who conducted performance testing of Strataclear® at Auburn's Program for Advanced Vehicle Evaluation (PAVE).

Strataclear® specifically reduces CO2 in cars, trucks and home furnaces by up to 25%, 40% and 50%, respectively, without interfering with engine or furnace performance. It obsoletes the muffler and resonator from the exhaust system. In home service performance, it creates a savings of 37% in heating oil bills.

Strataclear® technology has no competition, There is nothing like it anywhere. It captures carbon dioxide gas in any combustion that produces a carbon footprint. Not only does it reduce carbon dioxide, but the additional technology marvel is that, in the process of achieving this reduction, it captures the residual waste material in solid, non-toxic form, which has potential commodity value worldwide, thereby creating an additional profit center for the technology.

Ryncosmos LLC has raised the banner of concern for our environment against the spectacle of indifference. Our world is in dire need for Strataclear® technology, which is well ahead of the curve, obtaining results today that nations are mandating to be in place by 2020.

Strataclear is created by Ryncosmos, whose website is ryncosmos.com

Media Contact:

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LowCarbonEconomy

Ryncosmos, LLC Has Joined LowCarbonEconomy.com, the Energy B2B Network

New York City, September 14, 2012 – Ryncosmos, LLC today announced it has joined the Low Carbon Economy website (www.lowcarboneconomy.com) with its own company profile and information pages.

Low Carbon Economy’s B2B networking website is a free platform designed to facilitate the transition to a low carbon economy by connecting people and businesses with relevant information, solutions and opportunities.  LCE brings together energy companies throughout the world to share many different ideas and solutions that help its members understand which solutions are relevant and where to find them. There is an urgent need to transition to a low carbon economy and to address the global challenges of diminishing fossil fuel reserves, climate change, environmental management and finite natural resources serving an expanding world population.

With a circulation of 25,000, LCE content also appears in its weekly newsletter.

Carbon Capture Journal

CO2 Capture in Vehicles and Home Heating

The September/October issue of the leading trade publication, Carbon Capture Journal, features a guest article by Ryncosmos, LLC CEO Donald G. Rynne, in which he discusses the Strataclear® technology:

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"Strataclear® is the first CO2 capture technology for moving vehicles and home heatingt systems. It is an innovative carbon capture technology that removes CO2 from exhaust gasses up to: 25% in automobiles; 40% in trucks; and, 50% in home heating furnaces. Moreover, the technology produces a non-toxic solid residual material that can be sold for use in many industrial applications."
By Donald G. Rynne, Ryncosmos, LLC.
 

The article can also be viewed at the Carbon Capture Journal website.

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Press release

Strataclear, a New Groundbreaking Technology, Reduces CO2 Emissions in Moving Vehicles and Home Heating Systems

Unique Process Revolutionizes Disposal of Dangerous Carbon Dioxide Gas
Clean Byproduct Material Creates Viable Profit Centers

New York City, September 8, 2012 – Ryncosmos LLC today introduced Strataclear®, the first carbon capture technology that reduces CO2 emissions in moving vehicles and home heating systems, changes the way we dispose of hazardous carbon dioxide gas and produces a nontoxic byproduct material that has numerous applications across industry creating great potential for lucrative profit centers.

According to Donald G. Rynne, CEO and Founder, Ryncosmos LLC, “The Strataclear® technology, five years in the making has brought us the future today. Its innovation goes beyond anything we hoped for or dreamt about when we set out on this incredible journey to bring cleaner air to the world.”

With patent pending, Strataclear® reduces carbon emissions from any type of internal combustion engine. The exhaust gases pass the catalytic converter then enter the Strataclear® exhaust treatment system where CO2 is absorbed. The purified exhaust with reduced CO2 is emitted from the tailpipe where it captures up to 25% of carbon dioxide in automobiles and up to 40% in trucks. In home heating systems, the technology captures up to 50% carbon dioxide, providing the user with a whopping 37% savings on gas or oil heating bills. The byproduct is a nontoxic chemically inert material captured in the absorber that can be safely stored and used broadly in numerous industrial applications, creating great potential for viable profit centers.

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