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. Startech Environmental Plasma Converter Installation First In Europe

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Wilton CT (SPX) Apr 03, 2008
Startech Environmental has announced that "waste2greenenergy (w2ge)," the Company's distributor for the United Kingdom and for the Republic of Poland, intends to install its first Plasma Converter System at a designated facility in Bytom, Poland to process ten-tons of industrial waste per day.

Joseph F. Longo, Startech president, said, "The Bytom installation is especially important to the Company because it is the opener to the entire European market including the large market in Poland that has been a long time in development. The Plasma Converter, purchased by w2ge last August and being manufactured now, will be the first in Europe."

John Cameron, w2ge's Chief Operating Officer said, "We are very excited regarding the prospects for Startech's Plasma Converter System. We have a very strong pipeline of projects in Poland and anticipate the Bytom facility being the first of many Plasma Converter Systems which we will install in Poland.

"Poland is one of the fastest growing economies in the European Union and is a key market for w2ge. Poland has embraced plasma technology in its environmental laws as one of the preferred technologies for the safe disposal of industrial wastes. Bytom will be the first operational Plasma Converter System in the European Union and will operate as a flagship for Startech's unique Plasma Converter technology.

"Beyond Bytom, we have a significant number of projects across Poland at various stages of advancement. The installation of these systems across a wide-range of Polish industries will propel Poland and w2ge to the forefront of 21st Century waste management technology."

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