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DYNACERT WELCOMES ONTARIO GOVERNMENT MINISTERS AND PARLIAMENTARY ASSISTANT TO AN OFFICIAL VISIT OF ITS TORONTO HEAD OFFICE AND PLANT
DynaCERT Inc. hosted notable ministers and Members of the Provincial Parliament of Ontario's government yesterday at its welcoming head office and plant tour of its Toronto facilities.
Ontario Transportation Minister, Jeff Yurek, and Ontario's Environment, Conservation and Parks Minister, Rod Phillips, local Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament Kinga Surma, parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Transportation and other distinguished guests expressed their pleasure to participate and learn about DynaCERT's accomplishments at the media-covered event and learn about the company's advanced technology.
DynaCERT displayed to the Ontario government its unique technology that reduces greenhouse gases and how it meets the government's objective of private-sector enterprise participating in the fight against pollution and climate change, all while saving money for the trucking industry and consumers in Ontario and worldwide. DynaCERT's chief operating officer, Robert Maier, explained to individual members of the Ontario government how the technology actually functions on a long-haul transport truck parked at DynaCERT for the event featuring its installed HydraGEN technology.
Ontario government officials spoke about the importance of companies like DynaCERT that have achieved objectives consistent with the transportation and environmental policies of Ontario.
"Our government welcomes innovative solutions that will help improve our air quality by reducing emissions from all sources of pollution, including vehicles," said Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation. "DynaCERT's contributions to reducing emissions from diesel trucks will help take Ontario's transportation sector into the future."
"The Ontario government called on the private sector to fight greenhouse gas emissions; we have been answering that call," said DynaCERT's chief executive officer, Jim Payne. "No one else in the world has been able to do what we're doing with the company's HydraGEN technology. That's why this is so exciting for Ontario and the international community. There are 60 million diesel-powered trucks, trailers and equipment in North America alone and one billion diesel engines operating worldwide on all types of diesel equipment. Imagine what we can do with our revolutionary technology. We can be a part of saving the world of one of the most dangerous types of pollution."
The size of a carry-on suitcase, the HydraGEN technology costs about $8,500. Most long-haul truck operators are expected to make back that investment on fuel savings alone in the first year.
"Our made-in-Ontario environment plan is focused on reducing output from the heaviest on-road emitters," said Mr. Phillips. "Through the innovation and efforts of companies like DynaCERT, we can work with industry to achieve our objectives, balancing a healthy environment with a healthy economy."
DynaCERT manufactures, distributes and installs carbon emission reduction technology for use with internal combustion engines. As part of the growing global hydrogen economy, the company's patent-pending technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on demand through electrolysis and supplies these through the air intake to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency.
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