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Landfill and Wind

May 2, 2011

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There are 11 patents pending in the USPTO with the words ‘landfill’ and ‘wind’ in the claims including: REC Credit Distribution System and Method Systems and Methods for Trading Emission Reductions Related Articles As dumps fill up, zero-landfill policies take off (theglobeandmail.com) Eliminating Landfill Waste Makes Sense for Everyone (treehugger.com) Advertisements

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Energy and Landfill

May 2, 2011

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There are 50 patents pending in the USPTO with the words ‘landfill’ and ‘energy’ in the claims including: Integrated Biofuel Production System Adsorptive Bulk Separati0n for Upgrading Gas Streams Integration of Environmental Credit Mechanisms Into Municipal Debt Related Articles Landfill and Solar (r1solar.wordpress.com)

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Landfill and Solar

April 28, 2011

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There are 12 patents pending in the USPTO with the words ‘landfill’ and ‘solar’ in the claims.  They include: REC Credit Distribution System and Method Environmental Resource Management System and Method Cooperative Environmental and Life Benefit Exchange System Cooperative Environmental Credit Mechanisms Into Municipal Debt System and Methods for Trading Emissions Reductions Solar Powered Landfill […]

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Landfills and Solar

April 28, 2011

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There are 479 patents in USPTO with the word ‘landfill‘ in the claims.  There are also 271 patents pending in the USPTO with the word ‘landfill’ in the claims.   One of the recent patents filed is a REC Credit Distribution System and Method.

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CO2 Commodity Trading System

September 11, 2010

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On September 10th 2009, a patent was filed in the USPTO entitled CO2 Commodity Trading System and Method.  The abstract is: A system and method of generating and trading a CO2 commodity that is correlated to a quantified amount of CO2 sequestered in a CO2 sequestering product comprising a carbonate and/or a bicarbonate.  The tradable […]

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