Greenbelt Resources and Diversified Ethanol Distillation Module Performance Test Results Exceed Expe


Greenbelt Resources and Diversified Ethanol Distillation Module Performance Test Results Exceed Expectations

PASO ROBLES, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Greenbelt Resources Corporation (OTC: GRCO) today announced successful performance testing results from its automated distillation module. The module, available separately or as part of a complete sustainable energy production system, efficiently generated hydrous ethanol, distilled water and fertilizer from beer stock of 4% ethanol at a rate of 70,000 gpy (gallons per year) - or 10 gallons per hour. The test occurred in continuous operation under the control of a proprietary, fully-automated process control system. Efficiencies in process, output and energy consumption exceeded benchmarks set by Greenbelt as baseline performance standards necessary for shipped systems.

By applying automated controls, the distillation process operates continuously with only periodic operator attendance. Designed both for remote monitoring and remote adjustment and control, the system issues email and text alerts for conditions detected that are outside the customer-set limits or that require operator attention. With excessive water use a growing concern, the system is designed to distill with minimum use of cooling water. Through increased air cooling, the use of cooling water can be eliminated entirely.

The system will output at a higher rate of ethanol production when feedstock originates at a higher concentration of ethanol, but can produce fuel-grade ethanol with optimum energy efficiency from low-ethanol-concentration feeds. This condition is often encountered when producing ethanol from wastes and certain cellulosic feedstocks.

"As national and global targets for commercial ethanol production increase, we believe that performance tests like this are crucial for proving that many distributed feedstocks available in limited local quantities are viable at a localized scale," said Darren Eng, CEO of Greenbelt Resources Corporation. "Meeting these critical early benchmarks for automated distillation offers proof that our system is the best option out there for converting cellulosic and other biomass waste into ethanol for the masses with the smallest carbon footprint."

The module can be shipped as a complete, fully tested system to domestic or international locations and be ready to operate within five days of delivery.

About Greenbelt Resources Corporation

Greenbelt Resources Corporation™ designs, develops and implements technology that makes the production of alternative fuel reliable, practical, and efficient. The company delivers business solutions with integrity and perpetually high quality control through intelligent support services. Greenbelt Resources subsidiary Diversified Ethanol Corporation™ provides end-to-end waste-to-ethanol solutions designed for localized processing of locally generated waste into locally consumed ethanol. The company's ethanol plants are built around the award winning Butterfield Closed Cycle System™. For more information including how to contact the company, visit Greenbelt Resources on the web at

This press release does not constitute an offer of any securities for sale and contains certain forward-looking statements. For full disclosure statement, visit theinvestors pageat the Greenbelt Resources website.

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