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The goal of Naanovo is to become the world's pre-eminent supplier of affordable clean
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Our Organization
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President & CEO
Regional VP
Middle East & Asia
Regional VP
Europe & Africa
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President and CEO
Steven J. R. Brant
Anthony N. Fiddy
Hani Al Sadi
President, WTE Division
President, Solar Divisio...
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Regional Vice President, MENA and Asia
Alfie Hall
Iyad (Eddie) Odeh
Angel Martilia
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Guatemala
Honduras (2)
Jamaica (2)
St. Kitts
The Gambia
Nigeria (3)
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Naanovo has been involved in designing solar power projects since 2006. Initially,
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  • 1. Profile CorporateCorporate Copyright 2015, Naanovo Energy Inc. 2015 C NA ANOVO GROUP Saving the planet, one project at a time.
  • 2. Profile CorporateCorporate 2015 The goal of Naanovo is to become the world's pre-eminent supplier of affordable clean energy and, in doing so, leave a positive impact on the environment in which we all live that will benefit future generations to come. Welcome to the world of Naanovo where anything is possible if we stay true to our purpose. Naanovo`s focus has always been on clean energy. So much so that we believe much of the world's growing demand for energy can be met with clean energy. Not only do the technologies exist today that can produce clean energy, but there are people, like the dedicated people of Naanovo, who know how to make it work and can put it all together to effectively deliver commercial-scale clean energy anywhere in the world. With our partners and friends around the world, we are slowly making progress, one project at a time, which will soon make a big difference in the lives of people everywhere who equally must share this planet and protect its environment. Page 1 Our Goal Our Company Our Core Values Family Excellence Integrity Stewardship Transformation Entrepreneuring Family is highly valued in all things that we do as a company, whether that be represented through individual employees that have their own families to consider, or whether that be through the business dealings we have within the broader community in which we operate, recognizing that all communities large and small are made up of families of all types, races, religions and creeds, that may be affected in various ways by the work we do. At Naanovo, family comes first. Excellence is the gold standard in any successful business, the benchmark to which we at Naanovo purposely strive to achieve every day. We have already proven in our short history that by applying certain gold standard principles, such as CANI (Constant And Never-ending Improvement), we can compete very effectively in the global marketplace. With excellence as a core value, not only will we succeed as a company, but we will succeed as people. Integrity is an important part of our character as a company and as individuals. It is something that we cannot take for granted and must be maintained at all cost, particularly in terms of how we represent ourselves to our clients, our suppliers, our employees, our partners and our friends. At all times we must behave responsibly, morally and ethically, in our business dealings and never knowingly create false promises or expectations that could damage the reputation of the company. Stewardship reflects our sense of purpose as a company in that our reason for being is not simply to make money, but to contribute to the broader well-being of the global community, through the establishment of safe and responsible clean energy projects that protect and positively impact the planet's fragile environment. Our intentions are to put in place today the necessary clean energy technologies that will replace the need to consume fossil fuels for energy production in the future, resulting in a cleaner and greener planet for generations to come. Transformation is the process of moving from one state to another. Through the use of best available clean energy technologies our goal is to move the world away from a dependency on fossil fuels to a dependency on renewable energy. We see this transformation as absolutely necessary considering fossil fuels are a finite resource and it is our responsibility to demonstrate to the world that there are viable alternatives. As a core value, everything we do reflects this understanding and our urgent need to be proactive in making this transformation happen as quickly as possible. Entrepreneuring is at the heart of our core values as a company, implying that everything we do must not only contribute to the prosperity of the company, its shareholders and its employees, but also to the ideal of a free enterprise system which rewards hard work, innovation and adherence to basic values similar to our core values. Naanovo prides itself on being an entrepreneurial company and we look for the entrepreneurial spirit in our employees, contractors and suppliers, believing that spirit will transcend to the people and communities around us.
  • 3. Page 2 Our Organization Board of Directors President & CEO Regional VP Middle East & Asia Regional VP Europe & Africa President WTE Division Naanovo is a global organization which over several years to take advantage of project opportunities as they arise. Naanovo currently manages a complex array of over a dozen clean energy projects around the world at various stages of development. Our projects are located primarily in emerging markets which can pose unique opportunities as well as challenges. To be able to strike quickly when opportunity knocks, Naanovo has established Regional offices in London (Europe and Africa), Amman, Jordan (the Middle East and Asia), Bonaire, Dutch Antilles (Latin America and the Caribbean) and Guatemala City (Central America). Additional offices will be added later as needed. Naanovo’s corporate support group has been strategically aligned to assist the regions to execute on projects and to work closely with the company’s strategic partners and joint venture partners. has evolved Steven J. R. Brant, Director, President and CEO Tony N. Fiddy, Director and Corporate Secretary G. Benjamin. J. Dickson, Director, Eddie Odeh, Director Global Presence Experienced Professional Committed Organized Dedicated Prepared Nimble COO CTOCFO Chief Engineer President Solar Division Executive VP Project Development VP Admin Regional VP Caribbean & L. America Regional VP Central America Officers and Directors NA ANOVO GROUP
  • 4. Page 3 President and CEO Steven J. R. Brant Anthony N. Fiddy Hani Al Sadi President, WTE Division President, Solar Division Executive Vice President Project Development G. Benjamin J. Dickson Ben Dickson first joined Naanovo in 2002 as the Company's first seed capital investor and as a Director. He has held various part-time and full time positions since becoming involved with Naanovo all pertaining to project development. He was appointed Executive Vice President of Project Development in September 2008, where he has been involved primarily in setting up the planning, procurement and logistics for the Company's upcoming WTE and CSP projects. His responsibility is to oversee the development and start up of each project by providing a direct interface between the Company and the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors; project managers; engineers; and O&M contractors hired to build and operate the plant facilities. Mr. Dickson has a technology diploma in electronics from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, Alberta, and has a varied background in electronics, sales, marketing, multi-media and construction, spanning three decades. He has traveled extensively throughout the world and possesses valuable insight into the economic conditions of many overseas markets. He has been a private investor in several private and public companies and was the former President and Founder of Colt Capital Corporation, a Capital Pool Company trading on the Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX). He is knowledgeable and experienced in developing and promoting various ventures through the rigorous regulatory and security exchange processes. Profile CorporateCorporate 2015 Our Management Team Steven Brant is President & Chief Executive Officer and founder of the Naanovo Group of Companies. Mr. Brant is accountable to the Board of Directors and shareholders and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, overseeing all financial, administrative and operational matters, including: strategic planning; policies and procedures development; and recruiting of top talent. He is also responsible for developing and maintaining strong working relationships with project lenders; banks; strategic partners; government, community and industry leaders; and other project stakeholders. Mr. Brant holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Guelph and has an extensive background in banking, energy and management consulting and alternative energy. Prior to starting Naanovo in 2001, Mr. Brant held senior and executive positions with the Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal, Northland Bank and Peace Hills Trust Company. Mr. Brant has also held senior advisory positions with Husky Oil Operations Ltd. and Synenco Energy Inc. Mr. Brant is a former Chairman of the National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation and also served on the Board of Newsys Inc. a public company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Tony Fiddy holds the dual position of President of Naanovo's WTE Division and the Regional Vice President for Europe and Africa. As head of the WTE Division, his primary responsibility is to oversee the global deployment of WTE/Maax systems and to work with regional representatives of Naanovo and its subsidiaries in the development of WTE projects. As Regional VP of Europe and Africa, Tony is responsible for overseeing project development (WTE, solar, biomass, etc.) within those two regions. He is also the Chairman of Solar Maax Limited, a Naanovo UK subsidiary. As the former Chairman and CEO of the Plantwise Group, based in the UK, Tony oversaw an international company which specializes in exporting construction equipment from the UK to Africa and the Middle East in support of the mining and power industries. Sourcing mining equipment, power plant equipment and essential spare parts for several far-reaching projects was his specialty. Although his expertise is primarily in sales, Tony has over the years forged relationships with a broad network of seasoned industry professionals, government officials and equipment manufacturers across Europe, Africa and the Middle East, which has proven valuable to Naanovo. Tony was also the National Chairman and Branch Chairman of the Contractors Mechanical Plant Engineers (CMPE) and a Member of the Institute of Exporters. Hani Al Sadi joined Naanovo in 2014 as President of the Solar Division based in Amman Jordan. He is responsible for overseeing the development of solar power projects around the world, including Potovoltaic (PV), Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and Integrated Solar and Combined Cycle (ISCC) or hybrid CSP. Mr. Al Sadi holds a Masters degree in Industrial and Management Engineering from Germany and has an extensive background in renewable energy and power generation. A senior level executive management professional with 20-years experience in high-impact senior leadership roles, Mr. Al Sadi has been involved in designing and implementing turnaround strategies within the solar energy, power stations (Gas / Steam) and project development sectors. He has played a major role as a member of several official delegations with the German Federal Ministry for the Environment and the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. He directed the development and implementation of solar energy projects and power plant projects in Europe, Middle East & North Africa (MENA) with some of the world's leading companies and was highly engaged in the business of manufacturing and providing solar technology solutions to a variety of clients in the public and private sector. He is a respected member of various foundations, organizations and associations and is fully capable of communicating fluently in German, English and Arabic.
  • 5. Page 4 Chief Engineer Regional Vice President, MENA and Asia Alfie Hall Iyad (Eddie) Odeh Angel Martilia Regional Vice President, Caribbean and Latin America Regional Vice President, Central America Giovanni Andrino NA ANOVO GROUP Alfie Hall is the company’s Chief Engineer. In the 35 years since earning his degree in Mechanical Engineering with honors from Cardiff University in 1977, Mr. Hall has worked in the engineering design, procurement, construction, and operation of over 30 water treatment and waste-to-energy projects across the world. Mr. Hall has contributed to projects of ranging scope in countries including Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Saudi Arabia, India, Ireland, and Great Britain. Over the course of Mr. Hall's accomplished career, he has contributed his talents to MWH Global, Hyder Infrastructure, Hyder Consulting, Wallace Evans, and the Welsh National Water Authority. Mr. Hall is a recent addition to the Naanovo management team, having joined the company in the fall of 2013 upon the sudden passing of the company`s former Chief Technology Officer. Eddie Odeh joined the company in 2003 as Regional Vice President for the Middle East and South Asia region. His role is to develop project opportunities for Naanovo in the region. A long time resident of Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and a citizen of the USA, Mr. Odeh has had extensive entrepreneurial and sales experience covering the entire Middle East and many Islamic countries in other parts of the world. Fluent in English and Arabic, with a Bachelors Degree in Pharrmacy from King Faud Univiersity in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Metropolitan University in Orlando, Florida, Mr. Odeh joined the company after a long career as an entrepreneur. He is influential and well regarded among his public and private company colleagues in the numerous countries he deals with. Angel Martilia is Regional Vice President for the Caribbean, joining the company in May 2003. His role is to oversee the development of project opportunities for Naanovo in the Caribbean region. A long time resident of the Island of Aruba and Bonaire in the Dutch Antilles, and a Dutch Citizen, Mr. Martilia has had extensive entrepreneurial and sales experience covering the entire Caribbean and many parts of Central America. Fluent in 5 languages, Mr. Martilia is influential and well regarded among the numerous islands in the Caribbean from his previous business interests in the import and export business. Giovanni Andrino is the Regional Vice President for Central America and is based in Guatemala City. He is responsible for business development in Central America and leading the company's negotiations with Government and industry relative to developing renewable energy projects, such as WTE, Biomass and Solar Power projects, obtaining power purchase agreements, permits and licenses. He has been an agent for Naanovo in the region since 2006 and was appointed Regional Vice President in December 2012. Fluent in Spanish and English, Mr. Andrino was educated in Canada with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Economics from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Before joining Naanovo, Mr. Andrino has worked with several international companies in sales, marketing and alternative energy and still pursues an entrepreneurial interest in two companies he created in Guatemala, namely Guatemala Solar Group S.A. and Energua S.A., which are both subsidiaries of Naanovo.
  • 6. Profile CorporateCorporate 2015 Our Technology Page 5 Worldwide WTE Patent Pending Solar, Biomass, Water Purification and Baler Systems Through its UK based subsidiary, Solar Maax Ltd., Naanovo sells its own low-cost TM parabolic troughs under the tradename SolarMaax . Naanovo has entered into distribution agreements with a USA based manufacturer of mobile PV solar power and water purification systems and a Norwegian manufacturer of compact balers. Naanovo markets its biomass incinerators, digesters and gasification technologies under TM the tradename BioMaax . maaxmaaxsolarsolar TM maaxmaaxwtewte TM maax TM bio Waste to Energy Solar Power Biomass Power Since 2001, Naanovo has been involved in developing renewable energy projects around the world, particularly in emerging markets, with a focus on Waste to Energy, Solar Power and Biomass Power Systems. Naanovo is quickly emerging as a world leader in alternative energy with projects being developed in various regions globally. Although Naanovo has proprietary technologies of its own, the company utilizes “Best Available” and “Best in Class” technologies from various OEMs as necessary. TM Naanovo’s modular WTE/Maax systems are recognized as the most cost effective and energy efficient (electricity per ton of waste) WTE solution in the world today. Most WTE plants convert only 25 - 30% of their thermal energy into electricity. Naanovo WTE plants will achieve 40 - 50%. With this advantage, together with the ability to produce large quantities of potable water and cinder blocks, Naanovo WTE plants are more than just your average WTE plant. TM Naanovo’s SolarMaax CSP and PV Systems are emerging as an industry leading low cost, commercial- TM scale solar power solutions. SolarMaax CSP systems utilize parabolic troughs to collect thermal energy from the sun and convert it into electricity, using standard TM steam turbines and generators. SolarMaax PV systems are able to compete effectively with other solar power systems and other alternative energy systems operating in the marketplace. TM Naanovo’s BioMaax Systems are tailored to the type of biomass available and the output required, such as power or syngas. Where forestry waste is available, thermal power plants are recommended similar to TM WTE/Maax plants and where organic waste from municipal solid waste streams is involved, anaerobic digesters are recommended to convert the waste to syngas for power generation or use in vehicles, with the residue being further processed into compost and bio- fertilizers. (WO/2007/112128) METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR IMPROVED ENERGY OR HEAT UTILIZATION AND IMPROVED MODULAR CO-GENERATING DESIGN
  • 7. Page 6 Our Current Projects WTE Brazil (3) Guatemala Honduras (2) Jamaica (2) St. Kitts The Gambia Nigeria (3) Ghana (2) Cote d’Ivoire South Africa (5) Brazil Guatemala Sierra Leone Namibia Jordan Egypt India (3) Pakistan Mozambique Tanzania Egypt Saudi Arabia Israel Sri Lanka Cambodia Vietnam (3) The Philippines Naanovo currently has several WTE projects being actively pursued or under development at various stages of development for a total of over 500 MW. Countries where Naanovo has WTE projects under development include the following: Naanovo currently has several Solar projects being actively being pursued or under development at various stages of development totalling over 700 MW. Countries where Naanovo has Solar projects under development include the following: SOLAR Corporate 2013 NA ANOVO GROUP WTE Projects Under Development Solar Other NA ANOVO
  • 8. Page 7 Profile CorporateCorporate 2015 TM Naanovo's proprietary, modular, WTE/Maax systems are recognized as one of the most cost effective and energy efficient WTE solutions in the world today. Most WTE plants convert only 25-35% of their thermal energy into electricity, whereas Naanovo WTE plants are designed to achieve 40 - 50%. These WTE facilities use modules that can convert 180 – 250 tons of municipal solid waste per day into 7 MW of electricity per hour with near zero emissions, depending on the caloric value of the waste. This advantage, combined with the ability to produce large quantities of potable water and cinder blocks, enable Naanovo WTE plants to provide a more impactful and profitable output than the more traditional WTE plants common in North America and Europe. Naanovo is a Canadian Company with technology in its DNA. Naanovo acquired its WTE technology and “Know-How” from a 2002 merger with a Swedish technology company. It also acquired Heat Recovery Steam Generation (HRSG) technology and “know-how” from another Swedish company around the same time. The idea then was to marry the two technologies together to generate more power from the same fuel source by effectively utilizing the heat left over from the primary steam turbine. After years of prototype testing involving its own Organic Rankin Cycle based HRSG system, Naanovo discovered that similar HRSG systems were being manufactured and made available for sale in the market. This allowed Naanovo to shift its focus toward developing WTE projects, using this enhanced design, instead of merely selling WTE technology. What Naanovo has since discovered, after years of working with various OEM systems, designs and technologies, is a better way to improve plant profitability by not only maximizing power sales, but also maximizing revenues from each plant’s byproducts (potable water and ash), TM hence the name WTE/Maax . This knowledge and “know-how” has become our advantage. Swedish Municipal solid waste characteristics can be quite different from one location to the next. Naanovo TM therefore designs, engineers each WTE/Maax plant to take full advantage of the caloric value available in the waste to optimise the output of saleable commodities (electricity, potable water and cinder blocks). If necessary, Naanovo can pre-sort the waste into organic and non-organic waste streams to take advantage of optional recycling systems and anaerobic digestion technologies to treat municipal solid waste and maximize saleable commodities of scrap metal, plastics, fertilizers as well as energy. This also means that Naanovo WTE projects can easily be integrated into existing waste reduction programs. Our Advantage WTE/Maax
  • 9. Page 8 SolarMaax BioMaax Naanovo has been involved in designing solar power projects since 2006. Initially, Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) projects were the main focus as CSP represented the best value option for large-scale commercial solar power plants, because they could utilize thermal storage to extend the operating hours of the plant after the sun went down thereby improving the project economics. The economics of Photovoltaic (PV) solar technologies have since improved to where PV has become a viable option. In 2009, Naanovo created a wholly owned subsidiary, called Solar Maax Limited to develop and market its own TM parabolic troughs for the CSP industry under the trade name SolarMaax . Solar power projects under 10 MW are typically more suited to utilize PV technologies because of the need for economies of scale with CSP. However, PV projects can achieve the same scale as CSP where storage is not necessary. CSP, on the other hand, can achieve up to 15 hours per day operating time with thermal storage and even achieve 24- hour base-load operation when utilizing fossil fuel or biomass to augment steam production within a hybrid-CSP configuration. TM Today SolarMaax is the trade name for Naanovo’s wholly owned subsidiary, Solar Maax Ltd., under which all solar power equipment is procured for projects undertaken by TM Naanovo and other outside customers. The Solar/Maax logo appears on various solar power related products and marketing materials supplied by Solar Maax Ltd. Naanovo’s proprietary biomass gasification technologies involve both anaerobic digestion and combustion depending on the type of biomass feedstock available. For instance, biomass fractions found in municipal solid waste containing high moisture content is better suited to anaerobic digestion, whereas biomass from forest residue, such as wood chips, is better suited to combustion. In either case, maximizing overall plant efficiency in TM converting the biomass feedstock into saleable energy is the prime objective of BioMaax . TM BioMaax projects can range in size from 250 kW to 10 MW for anaerobic digestion and 5 MW to 50 MW for combustion plants, again depending on how much biomass feedstock is available and the caloric value of the biomass. In some cases, different biomass fractions can be mixed together, such as farm waste and food scraps, or yard waste and animal TM manure. With a BioMaax gasifier, a form of methane or natural gas is produced which can be used to fuel a combustion engine and generator to produce electricity. With a TM BioMaax Combuster, steam is produced to drive a turbine and generator to produce electricity. Each are effective and efficient at producing electricity. TM BioMaax is the trade name used by Naanovo for all of its TM biomass related technologies, including BioMaax TM TM Biodigester, BioMaax Gasifier and BioMaax Combuster. Each biomass project is designed according to the type of biomass available and how much moisture content is contained in the biomass. maaxsolar TM maax TM bio NA ANOVO GROUP
  • 10. Profile CorporateCorporate Our Member Companies Page 9 Naanovo Energy, Inc. 396 Mockingbird Drive Orleans, Ontario, Canada K1E 2V4 Tel. (613) 824-0533 Fax. (214) 602-9580 Steven J.R. Brant President & CEO sjrbrant@naanovo.com Naanovo Energy USA, Inc. P.O. Box 266214 Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA 33326 Tel. (954) 530-1488 Fax. (954) 272-7727 Email: Info@naanovo.com Naanovo Energy UK Ltd. 50 Clivedale Road Woodley, Reading, Berkshire RG5 3RD UK Tel. +44 333 240 0939 Fax. +44 124 337 8118 Mobile +44 779 260 4280 Tony Fiddy, President Email: tonyfiddy@naanovo.co.uk NA ANOVO PU OO FR C G OM OV PA O N N I A E A S N MEMBER Naanovo Energy Gambia Ltd. YUNDUM, Western Division The Gambia, West Africa P.O. Box 3260, Serekunda Tel./Fax +220 4463448 info@naanovo.com Naanovo Energy Brazil S.A. Rua Jose Getulio, 157 Liberdade Sao Paulo, SP Brasil CEP 01509-001 Tel. +55 (11) 8236 8830 Fax. +55 (11) 3208 1882 Hamilton Heliotrope, President hamilton@naanovo.com.br Naanovo Energy Nigeria Limited Suite 207, 2nd Floor, Garachi Plaza, 1965, Conakry Street, Wuse Zone 3, Abuja F. C. T. Nigeria. Tel. + 234 810 388 7250, +234 809 376 9964 Ben Alabi, President benalabi@naanovo.co.uk Naanovo Energy South Africa (Pty) Ltd 46 Ehmke Street Nelspruit, Mpumalanga South Africa Tel: +27 13 753 2464 Mob: +27 84 815 7448 Madu Ramkolowan, President Naanovo MENA Energy LLC Wasfi Al-Tal St. Al Nouman Bulding, Suite 303. P.O. Box 144025, Amman 11814, Jordan Tel: +962-79-737-8315 . Fax: +962-6-552-3698 Eddie Odeh, President Email: odeh@naanovo.com Naanovo Energy St. Kitts Ltd. P.O. Box 842, Victoria Road Basseterre, St. Kitts Tel. (869) 662-3035 Contact: Christine Walwyn or Tony Fiddy Email: chriswalwyn@naanovo.co.uk Email: tonyfiddy@naanovo.co.uk Naanovo Energy Jamaica Ltd. 7 Lyncourt, Hibiscus Drv, Barbican, Kgn 8 Jamaica Tel. +876 396 9517 Mark Dennis, Managing Director markdennis@naanovodennergy.com Group Parent www.naanovo.com Solar Maax Limited Hollybank House, Hollybank Lane Emsworth, Hampshire PO10 7UN, United Kingdom Tel. +44 (0) 33 3240 0939 Fax. +44 (0) 12 4337 8118 Viv Williams, Managing Director Email: viv@solarmaax.com Website: www.solarmaax.com Energias Limpias de Guatemala S.A (ENERGUA) 2a, Avenida 5-37, Zona 3 Guatemala City, Guatemala 01003 Tel. +50 2599 17185 Contact: Giovanni Andrion, President Email: Giovanniandrino@naanovo.com Profile CorporateCorporate 2015
  • 11. Page 10 Our Partners and Friends Engineering Construction O&M Services Project Finance Carbon Finance Financial Services Compactor Trucks Telehandlers Consulting Turbines Balers To accomplish large-scale renewable energy projects, which can take several months or years to develop, Naanovo relies heavily on maintaining strong relationships with world- class, quality, reliable partners, suppliers, manufacturers, contractors, consultants and financial institutions. HILTERN CONSULTING NA ANOVO GROUP Together with help from our partners and friends, Naanovo is able to design, finance, construct, and operate each of its renewable energy projects with the confidence of knowing that each plant will perform as planned and operate in full compliance with all known environmental standards for the life of the project. Each WTE plant will comply with the US- EPA's Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards for reducing emissions, along with similar emission standards established in other jurisdiction (EEA, CONAMA and WHO) and meet ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18000 certification. European Environmental Agency (EEA) National Congress of the Environment (CONAMA) US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) World Health Organization (WHO) International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Occupational Health and Saftey Advisory Services (OHSAS) Compliance Certification
  • 12. Profile CorporateCorporate NA ANOVO GROUP Copyright 2015, Naanovo Energy Inc.C Contact Information Naanovo Energy Inc. Steven J.R. Brant President and CEO sjrbrant@naanovo.com 396 Mockingbird Drive Ottawa, Ontario K1E 2V4 Tel. (613) 824-0533 Fax. (214) 602-9580 info@naanovo.com Address: Contact: www.naanovo.com 2015 Saving the planet, one project at a time.

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