Key phrase show me the money stock…The Corvias deal does not disclose any terms but it will stop some bleeding by paying at least the salaries for some in the AEWS group that are helping with the design, plus whatever and however Abtech's products get worked into the overall project. Nassau will most likely get expanded and they may even get the other New England project they've hinted at, but although these will provide needed revenues, we don't really know how profitable these projects will be, or how long before those revenues get realized. I'm not sure what is holding up any oil and gas contracts if the sponge has proven to be so successful and economical in the field testing, but if they land a deal there it will go a long way to making this company appealing to investors and their bottom line.
New work with Nassau County and the Corvias news stopped the sliding of the stock and produced a 10% or so pop.
Clearly, Abtech has to prove itself and show new revenues. If it can, the stock could really take off.