USA Development Centers
SonoAsh, in partnership with national thought leaders in academia and aligned industries is seeking to leverage its intellectual property and five (5) patent family to establish development centers for beneficially upgrading waste coal ash into green high-performance cement, recovering metals present in addition to the other potential products available.
SonoAsh has successfully partnered with the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology as well as Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the San Juan College School of Energy on a US Department of Energy grant to pursue mutual opportunities for a collaborative approach to rare earth recovery in New Mexico.
In response to the New Mexico Energy Transformation Act Commission (ETAC) Request for Information, SonoAsh has proposed a new development and training center for coal ash beneficiation to be located in San Juan County and strategically aligned with the San Juan College School of Energy’s Sustainability Program and San Juan County.
In parallel, SonoAsh has executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Frostburg State University and the Research Foundation Frostburg (FSU/RF2) to form a Public-Private Partnership and create a second development center focused on developing and commercializing SonoAsh’s patented technology.
The SonoAsh development centers will enable the buildout of end-to-end waste to value solutions and the associated product matrix for waste coal ash stored regionally and globally.
Additionally, a collaboration was formed focused on deploying SonoAsh patented technology to pursue green solutions for U.S. legacy energy issues. The collaboration includes SonoAsh, FSU/RF2, the University of Maryland and the State University of New York (SUNY).
Representative COE, end to end SonoAsh plant. The above plant is a previous deployment of the sonic technology in waste electronics. All plants are clean and without emissions.