Thursday, April 14, 2011

MOP to Present its Technology to Oil Industry Leaders and Government Representatives in Saudi Arabia


BATH, NH, April 14, 2011 (MARKET WIRE) – MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. (MOPN.PK), CEO announced today, it has accepted an invitation to give a series of talks in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), to be held at the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU), covering four days of workshops and six days of private meetings with interested parties, for a total of 10 days in accordance with the following schedule and subject matter: Link-- http://www.togo.to/PMU

1. Oil Spill Impacts Assessment and Response Management, June 5-6, 2011

v The method of use and effectiveness of our proprietary sorbent technology, “MOP® Maximum Oil Pickup”

· Advantages that this technology offers in oil spill cleanup for remediation of both land and water based oil spills

· “Rapid Environmental Soil Clean Up Equipment” technology as the answer for clean up of the oil contaminated Arabian Gulf Coastline

· Benefits of adoption of this proprietary product and technology as a contingency first response to oil spills.

2. Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Conversion, June 12-13, 2011

v Our proposal on Carbon-Negative Biomass Waste to Energy Technology

· Concept applied in conjunction with MOP for cleanup of the oil contaminated Arabian Gulf coastline;

· Municipal waste to non-polluting energy in accordance with our “TERM” Total Earth Recovery Mission papers;

· Added benefit this technology offers by creating a soil amendment to convert otherwise unusable land into highly productive agricultural land;

· How carbon-negative technology helps to reverse global warming by drawing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, thereby sequestering carbon into the soil as a host for anaerobic bacteria that breathe in the carbon dioxide, boost agricultural yields and continue to improve the soil.

The workshops organizers and moderators are PMU’s oil spill recovery expert Dr. Murat Cekirge and Jamal Nayfeh, Ph.D., Dean, of the PMU College of Engineering, Acting Dean of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering.

[1]In attendance at the Oil Spill Workshop will be Saudi and other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Oil Spill Response Managers and Personnel, Facility and Pipeline Managers, Scientists, Engineers and Other Key Oil, Government and Industry Representatives.

In attendance at the Waste-to-Energy Workshop will be Saudi Solid Waste Managers and Personnel, Energy Production Managers, Scientists and Engineers.

As stated by MOP Environmental CEO Charles Diamond: “We are very pleased by the serious level of interest and the conscientious efforts that our Saudi friends have demonstrated to facilitate the introduction of our MOP technology to the important leaders within the oil industry and the government leaders in Saudi Arabia, and their counterparts in the GCC countries. Their invitation will bring us face-to-face with decision-makers that we would otherwise find exceedingly difficult or impossible to reach.”

CEO Diamond further states: “The Saudi’s are showing an interest in every aspect of our technology. Their interest includes oil spill preparedness and response on land and water, oil-contaminated-land-reclamation, and municipal waste-to-energy, (carbon negative bio char technology). The Saudis appear to have the resources, the inclination and the motivation to effectuate the best and most practical answers for resolution of these problems.”

Diamond concluded: “What began as weekly phone calls has now grown to a level of daily communication and in-depth discussions. With our invitation we are now looking forward to our initial firsthand assessment of the scope of possibilities as the guests of our Saudi friends. It is our objective to gain from our first visit, a better understanding of the physical, financial, and human resources that would have to be brought together to adequately address the oil-remediation needs and the municipal waste-to-energy needs that we may be uniquely able to provide for Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.”

ABOUT MOP ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, INC. (www.mopenvironmental.com)

MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. (MOPN.PK) is a publicly traded company. MOP® Maximum Oil Pickup is a "cradle-to-cradle" green product that is arguably the most effective oil spill recovery system on the market.

Brief Description of the MOP Technology:

MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. manufactures and distributes MOP® Maximum Oil Pickup. MOP picks up and recovers oil spilled on land and/or water. This revolutionary, 100% recyclable, absorbent material, picks up to 30 times its own weight in oil, without absorbing water, restores traction on slippery surfaces, yet is as safe to the environment as a leaf falling from a tree. MOP offers the fastest, safest, lowest cost way to restore a clean, natural environment from any oil spill, indoors, outdoors, on land or water in all weather conditions, and uniquely can pay for itself from the offsetting revenues of its oil recovery option.

MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. addresses All Oil Spill Needs in Three Multi-Billion Dollar Markets.

  • Direct to the Consumer – Ideal for leaks and spills from Auto, RV, Motor-Home Equipment and Used Cooking Oils.
  • Commercial Industrial – Every company with machinery has a need for MOP.
  • International Spill Response – MOP as the First Response is The Best Option for All Oil Spills on Land or Water.

MOP ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS, INC., participated in the cleanup effort of the BP Horizon Gulf Oil Spill.

Forward-looking statements in this news release are pursuant to safe harbor provisions of Section 21E of Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Investors are cautioned that statements in this release are not strictly historical statements, including without limitation, management's plans and objectives for future operations, assessment of market factors, statements regarding strategy, company plans and its strategic partners. These constitute forward-looking statements, are not guarantees of the company's future performance and are subject to risks and uncertainties, such as funding for machinery and materials, success in acquiring customers, maintaining needed government relationships, and successfully executing a business plan, which could cause the company's actual future results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements. For all such forward-looking statements, we claim the safe harbor for forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statement made herein.

SOURCE: MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc.

CONTACT:

Wayne D. King

Vice President

(603)-786-9378

MOPEnvironmental@gmail.com

MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc.

www.MOPenvironmental.com

1. The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (CCASG); also known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC); is a political and economic union of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.


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