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The GeneSyst System:
Lean.  Clean.  Green.
   
The GeneSyst system is lean.
  • It requires only a small footprint, about 10-20 acres of land.
  • It requires relatively little water for steady flow.
  • It has no moving parts.
  • It is self-sustaining.

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The GeneSyst system is clean.
  • There are no groundwater contaminants to threaten the land.
  • There are no toxic emissions to escape into the air.
  • There is no process of combustion.
  • All processed materials are sterile.
  • The system is odorless.

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The GeneSyst system is green.
  • The patented GPV technology used in our system harnesses the natural geologic forces of the earth, pressure and heat, to regenerate biomass from waste to ethanol energy and other useful products.
  • 95% of the collected waste can be used beneficially:  glass and metals can be recycled, most plastics can be recycled or used to create the denaturant additive needed for the final ethanol product.

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GeneSyst Example Flow
  Date Filed
Date Granted
U.S. Patent # Patent Description
PDF June 30, 1989
October 17, 1989
4,874,560 APPARATUS FOR EFFECTING SELECTED PATTERNS OF FLUID FLOW
PDF November 30, 1989
January 22, 1991
4,985,976 METHOD OF MAINTAINING THE AVERAGE OVERALL SHARPNESS OF THE BLADES IN A SHREDDING DEVICE AND APPARATUS
PDF August 4, 1989
June 25, 1991
5,026,209 CONTAINMENT CASING FOR A DEEP WELL GRAVITY PRESSURE REACTOR VESSEL
PDF August 4, 1989
July 9, 1991
5,030,291 METHOD FOR CLEANING CONCENTRIC COLUMNS
PDF June 11, 1990
January 14, 1992
5,080,720 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CLEANING THE ANNULUS FORMED BY CONCENTRIC PIPES
PDF December 14, 1990
May 5, 1992
5,110,059 SOLID WASTE SHREDDER
PDF August 22, 1991
September 15, 1992
5,147,564 METHOD FOR RECOVERING ENERGY FROM A WET OXIDATION PRODUCTS STREAM FLOW USING ROTATIONAL ENERGY
PDF June 1, 1990
November 3, 1992
5,160,581 METHOD FOR OXYGEN BLEACHING PAPER PULP
PDF August 12, 1991
March 2, 1993
5,190,665 PROCESS AND APPARATUS FOR REMOVING CARBON DIOXIDE AND STRIPPING ANOTHER COMPONENT FROM A LIQUID STREAM
PDF July 23, 1992
June 15, 1993
5,219,270 REACTION BARREL WITH ROCKET NOZZLES IN STAGGERED ALIGNMENT AND CONNECTING DUCTS OF UNEQUAL LENGTH
PDF May 1, 1996
January 27, 1998
5,711,817 METHOD FOR THE CONTINUOUS CONVERSION OF CELLULOSIC MATERIAL TO SUGAR
PDF October 15, 1997
March 9, 1999
5,879,637 APPARATUS FOR HYDROLYZING CELLULOSIC MATERIAL
PDF April 16, 2002
April 6, 2004
6,716,360 B2 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TREATING WASTE STREAMS
PDF June 10, 2002
June 8, 2004
6,746,516 B2 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TREATING AIR EMISSIONS AND RECOVERING PRODUCTS THEREFROM
PDF January 7, 2005
March 13, 2007
7,188,791 B2 GRAVITY PRESSURE VESSEL AND METHOD FOR TREATING VULCANIZED RUBBER
PDF June 25, 2004
March 13, 2007
7,189,328 B1 METHOD FOR EXTRACTION OF DISSOLVED TRACE MATERIALS FROM SOLUTION
PDF October 27, 2004
May 1, 2007
7,211,194 B2 GRAVITY PRESSURE VESSEL AND RELATED APPARATUS AND METHODS

The gravity pressure vessel will perform according to expectations when designed, fabricated, constructed, operated and maintained in accordance with GeneSyst guidelines and recommendations.

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These guidelines include adequate planning and funding for each facility, responsible administration of funds and resources, engineering design in accordance with generally accepted engineering practices by locally registered, insured and qualified consultants in conjunction with supporting certified laboratory design criteria support, construction management quality control and execution by performance and maintenance Bonded contractors, compliance with project insurance coverage requirements, training qualification of the supervisors and staff responsible for production quality and targets, extended warrantees for all equipment and materials of construction, compliance with all government agency Permits, operational consistency within applicable patent claims and a comprehensive plan and investment in public education.