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The Revolutionary and Disruptive Technology: Initiating Coverage with Strong Buy Rating and 12X Upside

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... The Revolutionary and Disruptive Technology: Initiating Coverage with Strong Buy Rating and 12X Upside
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GlyEco, Inc. is a green chemistry company which transforms used glycols, a hazardous waste, into profitable green products. The Company’s patent-pending technology recycles polluted glycols to a purity level equal to refinery produced material. This unique process cleans all five types of polluted glycols: HVAC, Textiles, Automotive, Airline and Medical. World-wide consumption for refinery produced ethylene glycol is over 5 Billion gallons per year.

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GlyEco (GLYE) Joins With Industry Giant Waste Management In Nationwide Glycol Recovery Pact

John Lorenz, CEO of GlyEco, is a 30 year veteran of the waste management business and sold his original business to what is now called Waste Management (WM).

Looks like he has kept a few contacts...☺

On Monday, sustainable glycol technologies leader GlyEco, Inc. (OTCQB:GLYE) and environmental solutions provider Waste Management (NYSE:WM) announced they are working together to prevent hazardous waste glycols from ending up in landfills across the United States.

Under the terms of an agreement signed earlier this year, GlyEco will pick up polluted glycol at Waste Management landfills throughout the nation. The Company has successfully completed an initial pilot program and is prepared to expand service coverage.

The waste glycol is collected and is then processed into high-quality, certified recycled glycols for use in a number of industrial applications. These glycols can be re-used and recycled multiple times, creating a more sustainable resource.

"Waste Management doesn't just talk green; they actively create new solutions and implement programs that reduce waste. We are proud to partner with them to create the first nationwide program for recycling used glycols," said John Lorenz, Chairman and CEO of GlyEco. "We've found most of the used glycols Waste Management collects are landfilled. That's a costly end-of-life strategy with very few benefits for anyone."
Mr. Lorenz continued, "This partnership is unprecedented and a big step forward for glycol recycling. We intend to prevent millions of gallons of pollution from going into our nation's landfills or being incinerated. As demand for glycol continues to exceed supply, recycling presents an inventive and smart solution."

The BEST news here? Waste Management is the MOST likely take-out for GLYE as well. Both are headquartered in greater Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ. As mentioned Mr. Lorenz sold his last waste management company to WM years ago.

With GLYE now forecasting up to $25 million in EBITDA in 2014 this new deal with waste management giant Waste Management is great news for shareholders in multiple ways.

Source: Wall Street Journal


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