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Ag-Environ-Tech, LLC

We know from three years of research and product development that we can solve an enormous environmental problem while generating substanti

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Biotechnology
  • Location Cincinnati, OH, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 7

Company Summary

AET, a 6 year old bio-mass based green energy development company, with no debt , is seeking final funding of $5,394,000. for a 29% interest. We will produce biodiesel alternative fuel for the U.S. military and civilian markets with our proprietary pyrolysis system while helping eliminate the 1billion ton per year animal waste problem in the U.S. Although our market is national, and we plan to build our first 5 biomass energy facilities in Ohio.


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    John Edwin Conlan
    President & CEO (AET investor)

    Past Pres., Shawnee Capital Corp. This marketing firm formed, capitalized, managed and marketed 56 innovative investment syndicates. Past Pres., International Tool Company. Mr. Conlan founded INTOL,negotiated the foreign production contracts, wrote and directed the U.S. marketing programs and later sold INTOL to a private group of investors. He is a graduate of Xavier Univ.,the Univ. of Cincinnati and the USMC Officer School in Quantico, VA

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    John W. Norton, PE, DEE
    Engineer (AET investor)

    Consulting engineer since 1979 in solid waste management, recycling and industrial redevelopment, specializing in Waste to Energy Design. He is a Certified Environmental Engineer (DEE) and past Midwest Chapter Chairman, (Solid Waste Processing Division) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. His clients include the cities of Moraine, Tipp City and Vandalia, OH, the Miami Co. Sanitary District, Chemicals, Inc. and Holdfast Technologies.

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    Joseph S. Tesar
    Consultant-Operating Systems

    President, Quantalux, LLC. a product development firm in Ann Arbor, MI. A major focus for Quantalux is to develop and prototype technology solutions for biogas and other renewable energy systems. Prior to founding Quantalux in 2007, he was a senior engineer developing software and hardware solutions for a range of commercial and military customers. He holds degrees in mechanical, elect. and optical engineering from the Univs. of MN & Rochester.

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    Charles R. Stewart
    Consultant-IT (AET investor)

    Chuck founded an ERP software company called Encompix that he operated for 19 years before selling the company to a private equity firm in 2006. He was retained by that firm as VP of Industry Solutions where he helped newly acquired companies achieve high levels of EBITDA. Today he runs an internet based company that owns and operates websites in niche markets. He and his partner, (also an AET investor) are currently developing the AET website.

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    Jon Heffner
    Consultant-State & Federal Grants

    Manager of the Entrepreneurship Incubator with the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Director of the Wright State Univ. Small Business Development Center, Clients include: West Ohio Development Corp., OH Dept. of Development, Governor's Regional Office, Mark Saluk, Exec. Director, Darke County Economic Dev., Clopay Corp., Midmark Corp., Hartzell Industries, Fram, Greenville Career Tech. Center, Advanced Biological Marketing (USDA) and the Job Center Network.


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    Fredrick Robbins of Robbins, Kelly, Patterson & Tucker
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    Robert Seibel of Seibel & Katz

Previous Investors

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    Nine (9) private Cincinnati investors contributing $30,000.00 each
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    John E. Conlan, CEO contributing time for 61"A" Units
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    Carol H. Conlan, Dir. of Marketing contributing time for 14 "A" Units