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CarbontTech Global LLC

CarbonTech Global is breaking through renewable energy barriers with solid composite fuels using perpetual/sustainable organic waste streams

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Tucson, AZ, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2013
  • Employees 2

Company Summary

Carbon Tech Global (CTG) is breaking through the renewable energy barrier with non-ethanol based solid and liquid fuels plus construction blocks made of biomass and organic waste. Our products reduce carbon footprints allowing ready customers, such as Wal-Mart , to gain carbon credits. CT solid composite fuels employ sustainable waste streams in Arizona like buffel grass, forest thinnings & captures organics including plastics before landfills.

Team

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    Steve W. Hall
    Operations Manager

    Steve is part Cherokee and part Morman. His family has a 60 year relationship with White Mountain Apache Tribe through their trucking company. Steve, a military veteran (managing nuclear armed planes), built and operated the first biomass power plant in Arizona with APS. Now, as Operations Manager, Steve will be responsible for build out and operations. Steve also comes with myriad ideas to turn waste streams into value streams.

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    Ronald Larzelere
    Chief Forestry Officer

    Ronald is a White Mountain Apache Tribal member who left the reservation to educate himself. Working up from a college graduate to a fire fighter to a logger, Ronald has been active in tribal affairs. Through Ronald, the White Mountain Apache Tribe voted in a tribal resolution to lease 81 acres rent free for 25 years to Ronald for this CarbonTech project. Ronald knows the forests, the tribe, and they are waiting for us to get started.

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    Robert G Hennkens
    Chief Marketing Officer

    Bob is part Chikasaw / part Dutch. Bob went on to set up MarketCom where such ideas as "the Dream Team" and "the Fridge" originated. Bob worked closely with Wal-Mart, moved to China to do sustainable economic development for 12 years, and invented by the 'seat of his pants' a renewable energy composite fuel. Bob is ready to turn waste streams into value streams and Bob has rekindled his relationship with Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart is waiting for us

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    Doug Fant
    Chief Legal Officer

    Doug has a background in the Clinton Administration in the Interior Department and to Mobil Oil before he settled down in Phoenix to set up his own law practice. Doug has been instrumental in our navigation through the Arizona Corporation Commission and in understanding the federal standards and regulations. Doug is a member of the California, Arizona, Washington DC and Texas Bar Associations, and brings a wealth of contacts and experiences

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    Robert W Shatz
    Chief Executive Officer

    Robert lived in Japan six years and worked in investment research in Tokyo and institutional sales in Los Angeles for The Nomura Group from 1984 to 1991. Robert set up Innovative Technologies Development Center in 2003 to identify, evaluate, and develop commercially viable ideas in the arid lands technology space (water, renewable energy, and bioproducts). The Shatz family bought the licensing rights & helped make Tribal and Wal-Mart agreements

Advisors

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    Doug Fant
    Lawyer
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    in-house
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Paul Shatz
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