BAY AREA CONCERN PRODUCES GAS FOR MUNICIPALITIES AT A COST OF ONE DOLLAR PER GALLON. Mark Antokas
INTRO: After Twenty-Five years of R&D, a firm named U.S. MagneFuels has started production of a clean, efficient, cost competitive synthetic gas which is produced from liquid waste. Raw ingredients could be used motor oil, anti-freeze, or municipal waste water. In 1979, President Jimmy Carter commissioned Harvard scientist Dr. Ruggero Santilli to help the American People independence from foreign oil. Magnegas exhaust has been certified to surpass all EPA requirements without a catalytic converter, and is the only fuel to burn completely, and actually produces oxygen as a byproduct as it burns. But as WMNFÃ¢â¬â¢s Mark Antokas found, it is not the distillation process which produces this gas from waste. Roll Tape: (Sounds of an SUV starting up, and revving)
SCRIPT: That was Chief Automotive Technician Tom Judy at U.S. Magnefuels starting up a 4200 pound SUV, which runs on a domestically produced gas, similar to LPG and natural gas. The machine uses a patented process which restructures the atoms in wastewater and other liquids, into a different atomic structure, a weaker structure, which allows it to burn more efficiently. The process is the result of Twenty-five years of effort by Dr. Ruggero Santilli, who sums his work up for WMNF. Roll Tape. Twenty-Five years ago the mandate was to look for a new chemical species, but after an initial funding during the Carter administration, all American investments dropped out. The project is now being entirely funded by European investors. Roll Tape.
Santilli says that by injecting even small amounts of Magnegas into a coal burning power plant, a dramatic improvement occurs. Roll Tape.
Ruggero says that initially, the City Of Tarpon Springs was interested in becoming the first American city to produce for itself this gas, but because of politics, dropped out of the project. Roll Tape.
SOCK-OUT: U.S.Magnefuels says that this technology is currently available to Municipalities, Fleet Owners, and Investors.You can visit magnegas.com on the web for more information. Reporting from Tarpon Springs, this is Mark Antokas, for WMNF radio news.comments powered by Disqus