U.S. Energy Initiatives Obtains Patent Assignment Of Green Recycled Derived Biofuel (RDBF)


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SANTA CLARITA, CA--June 11, 2013: U.S. ENERGY INITIATIVES CORPORATION INC (OTCPink: USEI) is pleased to announce today that USEI has received a patent assignment of a proprietary biofuel patent entitled GREEN RECYCLED DERIVED BIOFUEL (RDBF). This patented fuel was designed for automotive, aviation and stationary electrical power applications and this fuel was extensively tested by a university laboratory and determined that the fuel preformed splendidly. This fuel is another great attribute of U.S. Energy Initiatives Corp Inc.

According to Anthony Miller, CEO, "This is a game changing event for USEI because we now have a proprietary product that once fully commercialized, affords significant options 1). We can market the fuel or 2). We can license it to a significantly larger firm(s) for royalties. This fuel was developed and patented by our Chief Technology Officer: Mr. Harrison A. McCoy III. This is one of the reason we joined forces again; to commercialize this patent and to produce biodiesel profitably. Mr. McCoy's patent is a biodiesel and ethanol product all made from waste or recycled products. In the coming weeks more exciting revelations will be unveiled about this patented product".

According to Harrison A. McCoy III "My Biodiesel patent involves a unique combination of recycled waste products, such as restaurant oils and greases form fast food chains like McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy's, Frito-Lay chips processing and from commercial chicken, pork and beef processing companies such as  Foster Farms , Tyson Foods, Oscar-Meyer etc.. These recycled waste products are repurposed to a biofuel such as Biodiesel. The Ethanol is taken from non-editable recycled waste from companies like Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola, wineries and all sugar out-dated products. These products are distilled to produce a recycled repurposed ethanol. The two finish products are blended in different percentage. The combination increase Cetane levels from 41.3 reg. diesel to 53.4 with this invention; this means less pollution levels just like Octane in gasoline example 87, 92. The College of Engineering-Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) at the University of California, Riverside, created the final study for South Coast Air Quality District (SCAQMD) the most stringent air quality agency in the U.S.  Diamond Bar, CA"

"This university report mentioned by McCoy can be found on the Company's website at McCoy Patent Report along with a copy of the Patent and a Volkswagen TDI Beetle (used in the testing) that received over 56.8 miles per gallon running off McCoy's fuel. The timing is right to develop this fuel now, with greater acceptance for biodiesel, greater availability of non-food feedstock,  the need for higher mileage vehicles, higher oil prices and government subsidies; our plan in to rapidly develop this fuel and begin road testing to refine automotive applications", further commented Miller

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