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Environmental Waste International

Environmental Waste International's (TSX-V: EWS) microwave technology recycles waste tires, while creating valuable by-products.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Ajax, ON, Canada
  • Currency CAD
  • Founded January 1992
  • Employees 9
  • Website

Company Summary

Environmental Waste International, Inc. (“EWS”) (TSX-V: EWS) process recycles rubber and tires into valuable by-products, in a safe, environmentally friendly, and profitable manner. The process is fully scaled and saves 12,166 toCO2e per 1m tires recycled compared to incineration. It is a unique solution to the waste tire problem and gets attention from potential customers worldwide, including North America, South America, Asia, and Europe.


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    Daniel A. Kaute
    President & CEO, and Director

    Extensive experience commercializing technology and building international businesses. Seasoned CEO of Cleantech companies, with funding experience. International business experience spanning Europe, Asia, and North America. Engineering background.

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    Bob MacBean
    Chief Financial Officer

    CPA, CMA, MBA, BASc., PEng. - CFO, seasoned insightful hands-on financial executive, team builder, and business leader with international market development skills. Developed and grown public and private companies in the environmental products, alternative energy, and energy and environmental services sectors. Has helped raise over $30 million in early stage capital for both public and private companies.

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    Steve Kantor
    Chief Technology Officer

    involved with the development of the Microwave Reduction technology since its inception in 1989. Involved with the design, operation and testing of the original units for both tire recycling and medical waste. Unmatched knowledge of the Microwave Reduction technology.

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    Valdis Martinsons

    Has been a Director of EWS since 2000. He successfully led the engineering efforts in the development of the Sault Ste. Marie facility. He has a track record of success in providing senior executive leadership in start-ups, high growth ventures, and global organizations. He served as the Chief Information Officer of Research In Motion Limited and was responsible for all Blackberry Operations and RIM facilities worldwide, among other jobs. He also

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    Manny Gerard

    former Senior Executive of Warner Communications Inc, spearheaded acquisition of Atari. Founder and Chairman of Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co., an investment banking firm, which was acquired by Bank of Montreal in 2003. Head, US Equities for BMO Capital Markets until 2006. Since then has been advising startup and early stage companies. Has been Director of EWI since 1999. MBA from Harvard U and a BA from Brown U.


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    Acuity Corporate Securities Lawyers
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    Ernst & Young LLP

Previous Investors

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    Amici Capital, LLC
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    High Net Worth Indiviuals