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Next Alternative Signs Deal with Canadian Silver Mine for Large Quantities of Emulsion Fuel
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 05, 2012
(Ottawa, Ontario) Robert Ireland, CEO of Next Alternative, Inc. (NAI), is pleased to announce that the firm has recently entered into a contract with Ontario-based Canamet Resources.
Canamet Resources currently runs its entire operation using diesel fuel. With assistance from Next Alternative, it will soon be transferring to Emulsion-Fuel in an effort to improve efficiency, reduce emissions and lower costs. NAI will provide the company with 500,000 liters of Emulsion-Fuel per month to run the company’s generators, as well as all of its heavy equipment such as trucks, processing equipment and excavators.According to Ireland, “We are very excited to help Canamet Resources make this transition to Emulsion-Fuel. He continued by saying, “This decision to take advantage of the myriad of benefits offered by Emulsion-Fuel shows a desire to work smarter, embrace innovation and to do its part for the environment. We applaud Canamet for its business savvy and hope that other companies will follow suit.”
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. For more information on Next Alternative please visit next-alternative.com or call 613.755.4023.
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