I put the #$%$ on IGNORE! They have nothing constructive to add and only pollute the board with repetitive trash talk unworthy of reading. You are correct,it's all about getting sales and not about the juvenile
bickering and fighting.
Sounds very logical,unlike the BS from the copy and paste bashers that want to discredit
Abtech with lies and misinformation about the company. I would like to know their true motive behind their constant bashing rants . One would think they could find better things to do with their time. It appears to be a personal/emotional problem.
He will regurgitate the same o same o copy and paste BS . That' why I have the emotionally disturbed gent on IGNORE and this board is much better for me because of not having to see his repetitive rants. He has way too much time on his hands to be constantly monitoring ,bashing and lying about ABHD. It appears to be an obsessive compulsive disorder geared towards Abtech! LMAO! Get over I it bud.
Wow,thanks for exposing who this man truly is. He appears to be a very troubled gentleman for sure. I have had him on my IGNONE list for quite a while and do not miss his repetitive rants for sure!
When Abtech proves it filtering technology to the oil industry, possible take overs seem very feasible IMHO.
Jonathan Hoopes, Greenhunter’s interim chief executive officer, is considering mergers and joint ventures to expand its business.
“We’re open to partnering with any or all of the water technologies that work,” Hoopes said.
At Nuverra, where water management is no longer the sole focus, the company is partnering in North Dakota’s Bakken shale with Halliburton Co. (HAL), the world’s largest fracking service provider, to use recycled water for fracking, CEO Mark Johnsrud said in an interview.
“The size of the opportunity is huge,” he said. “It just takes a while for new ideas and new concepts to be adopted.”
If it is validated and cheaper than the alternatives, then I see no reason why the oil companies / service companies would not use this.
In my local paper today I noticed this article :
"Grant application approved.
On a unanimous vote Monday, the Tecumseh City Council authorized city manager Kevin Welsh to apply for a Stormwater Asset Management grant of up to $750,000. The new grant program assists local communities in funding asset Managment plans and requires a 10% local match."
I like the sound of this new Stormwater Asset Management grant program. The city of Tecumseh Mi. Has a population of 12,400 ! Not sure if this is a State or Federal program, but it shows that stormwater is now getting some major attention.
The new Smart Gully Adapters are designed for quick and easy installation in any type of gully, without the use of any mechanical or electrical machinery.
Incorporating the unique Smart Sponge® technology that removes hydrocarbons from stormwater, Smart Gully Adapters are available as purpose designed units that fit into the rodding eye of a standard road gully and skim the surface of the water to remove oil contamination without affecting flow or maintenance procedures - producing a recyclable solid waste.
The SGA’s fit into a standard UK gully to create a filtering system that will take out hydrocarbons from highways and other areas subject to non-point source spills.
Innovative low-cost best management practice
Helps meet industry requirements with effective filtration, efficient application and moderate maintenance
Captures oil and grease from storm-water run-off before it enters the storm drain system
Ideal for local authority, industrial and construction applications.
Smart Gully Adapters are designed for use within surface water drains that experience oil and grease pollution. While oil and grease is captured in the removable filtration media, the SGA allows normal gully maintenance procedures to take place for silt removal. The resultant silt is free from hydrocarbons and has reduced levels of contaminants – tests have shown this silt to be recyclable.
Field tests have proven that Smart Sponge® filtration media will remove an average of 95% of the oil and grease in surface water run-off - from low concentrations typical of residential areas to high levels associated with illegal dumping of used motor oil.
The oil will bond permanently within the Smart Sponge® and become permanently encapsulated eliminating the possibilities of leaching or leaking back into the environment.
This sounds promising for Abtech? I still believe things will pan out in the future for Abtech but would really like to see some more contracts roll in soon.
From a technical perspective, ZAGG jumped sharply higher here right above its 50-day moving average of $4.56 with decent upside volume. This move is quickly pushing shares of ZAGG within range of triggering a major breakout trade. That trade will hit if ZAGG manages to take out some near-term overhead resistance levels at $4.93 to some past resistance at $5.06 with high volume.
Traders should now look for long-biased trades in ZAGG as long as it's trending above its 50-day at $4.56 and then once it sustains a move or close above those breakout levels with volume that hits near or above 429,365 shares. If that breakout hits soon, then ZAGG will set up to re-fill its previous gap down zone from July that started near $6. Any high-volume move above $6 will then put another major gap down zone from May that started near $7.
They should be, Logitechs controller is a total piece of s'it in comparison to ZAGGs controller. The much better excaliber by ZAGG will prevail because it it a much superior product. Logitech would be smart to buy out ZAGG to get the rights to their better designed and functional superiority.
I believe that the shorts are now long in the tooth and have realized that there are now much better stocks to short and attack. The longer they wait to cover their short position at the present PPS, the less and less money they will make. After all their negative press attacks and stock controlling, it makes no sence for them to sit back and watch the PPS rise and eat away at all the hard word they did. The time to take their profits is now so we now have tons of buyers !
Commenting on the contract execution, Bjornulf White, AbTech's EVP of Business Development said, "This first-of-its-kind DBO Stormwater management contract provides a template to proactively and effectively address the national stormwater problem through a public-private partnership model. AbTech Industries will work with and under the direction of Nassau County's Public Works Department to assist the county in meeting its environmental compliance requirements and upgrade its stormwater outfall systems. The upgrades will be designed to address contaminants of concern such as bacteria, oils/greases, trash, debris and sediment, all of which may affect environmental and public health. In addition, AbTech plans to address flooding where necessary by designing the systems to prevent 'reverse' flow. These designs will utilize technology to prevent tidal storm surges from channelling stormwater upwards to streets. Nassau County is representative of several other counties on the eastern seaboard that have similar issues to address."
Glenn Rink, CEO of AbTech, remarked, "This project in Nassau County validates our position as a stormwater solutions provider and elevates AbTech's visibility as a full-service, water pollution treatment company. This evolution of our business model affords us better control of the business development process and expands our addressable market, exponentially."
The potential for Abtec is enormous , now they need to continue to execute. There are 800 outflow pipes on Long Island alone,many of which probably need attention also. Just for kicks if all of them were dealt with ,the revenue would add up to $960,000,000 ( the 10 outflows under the new contract totaled $12,000,000 = $1,200,000 per pipe x 800= $960,000,000) I. Can dream can't I ! In do see a lot of potential here for the long term investor.