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announced that on April 29, 2013 one of its affiliates, GEM Holdco, LLC ("GEM"), amended its complaint in a lawsuit against Changing World Technologies, L.
These are the feedstocks targeted by Changing World Technologies Inc.
company, Changing World Technologies, makes biocrude using digesters that process turkey carcasses; in Ireland, cow dung is being used to run vehicles; and in Sweden, biomass is fueling an experimental train.
The TDP process, owned by Changing World Technologies, is akin to speeding up Nature's geothermal process.
China-based audio/visual product maker NIVS IntelliMedia Technology Group went public in March 2009, raising $2 million, while biofuel maker Changing World Technologies ended up scrapping its plans to go public, filing for bankruptcy protection shortly thereafter.
Ridgeline's claims stem from the fact that GEM and the individual defendants represented that they owned and controlled Changing World Technologies, LP ("CWT") and that GEM had made substantial investment in CWT, when in fact GEM was a small minority shareholder in CWT with less than US$ 800,000.
Rising Star Award Changing World Technologies Clipper Windpower, Inc.
For example, in just a few hours, Changing World Technologies can turn 100 pounds of turkey waste into 39 pounds of oil, 6 pounds of natural gas, 5 pounds of carbon, and 50 pounds of fresh water.