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Aug 2, 2016 1:49 PM ET

Archived: Hydra Renewable Resources, Inc. presents a powerful alternative to the perpetual cost sink of traditional, municipally funded, solid – garbage – and liquid – sewage – waste management programs

iCrowdNewswire - Aug 2, 2016

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Hydra Renewable Resources

Courtenay, BC V9N 7C8, Canada
Alternative & Renewable Energy

Hydra Renewable Resources, Inc. presents a powerful alternative to the perpetual cost sink of traditional, municipally funded, solid – garbage – and liquid – sewage – waste management programs. Hydra offers a unique Design, Finance, Build, Own, Operate and, on a 30 year term, Transfer (DFBOOT) approach.
The Hydra IWR2MTM (Integrated Resource & Recovery Management) system, financed in the private sector, provides significant net financial benefit to the community at no cost to the public purse while allowing Hydra to harvest the inherent resources in the waste streams and realize very considerable financial benefit over the 30 year term.
Hydra’s IWR2M system is designed to mitigate both operational and investment risk by employing only field proven state-of-the-art technologies. The Hydra integrated system, including Waste to Energy (W2e), Water Recovery, District Energy and Greenhouses, is positioned at the nexus of the world’s energy, water and food markets.
While unique in its configuration, IWR2M has been designed to operate such that each component feeds naturally to the next without providing adverse or unknown effect. The design has been extensively reviewed by Hydra’s partners Mace Group, and Forman Roberts, as well as engineers from Thames Water and Severn Trent in the UK. Typical cash return to our community “partner” through land lease and investment in sewerage infrastructure etc., will approach $US 500 – $US 750 million over the agreement term.
The Corporation has secured commitments from municipalities around the globe, including Asia, the Middle East, USA and the Caribbean, to begin implementation of the IWR2M system.
Hydra’s returns are very substantial.

Products / Services

Waste Managment Solution

The IWR2M system generates renewable diesel fuel and electricity from garbage in addition to “char”, a fuel used by cement kilns. There are no residuals. From the “used water”or sewage we generate re-useable water (NEWwater) and energy in support of a closed loop district energy system (DES). The energy is harvested from the latent thermal energy in the treated water stream 1-3 MW / million gallons per day of wastewater flow. With NEWwater we irrigate greenhouses, harvesting vegetable food stuff in substantial quantities, 45,000 tonnes/year and the purest potable water 800 million Litre/yr.



President Executive Officer
Dale Bishop

Dale has been involved in the development and sale of wastewater services and treatment equipment for over 25 years in Canada. Between 1997 and 2001, Dale was President and CEO of Comprehensive Wastewater Management Limited (CWML), Canada; a registered environmental engineering firm specialized in the development of packaged industrial wastewater treatment equipment.Through CWML, Dale also ran a commercial wastewater processing facility in Delta BC, Canada, permitted under the auspices of the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) and the Province of British Columbia. The facility was contracted to process industrial liquid waste on behalf of industrial waste collecçon and disposal clients such as Newalta, Laidlaw and Safety-Kleen. Dale became involved in agricultural black water treatment (commercial scale dairy farms in CA and TX) and municipal wastewater with the inception of the Hydra Partnership in 1998. Dale’s professional associations include the WEF – Water Environment Fede

Vice President Operations
Mark Paganelli

He joined Toronto Zenith Contracting as a Senior VP of Construction and a Principal where he managed the daily operations of the firm including coordinating projects, negotiating contracts, budgeting & accounting, scheduling, facilitating site meetings, etc. Projects included the Bantry Bridge over CNR tracks – Richmond Hill, ON; the Pearson Airport De-icing tank facilities –Toronto, ON; the Leslie St. CNR Overpass at Hwy 401 – Toronto, ON and the Blue Jay Way Bridge at the Sky Dome – Toronto, ON
Mark’s professional associations include WEF – Water Environment Federation, BCWWA – BC Water & Waste Association; THCA – Toronto Heavy Construction Association; THBA – Toronto Home Builders Association and the LRFA – Low Rise Forming Association


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Company AgeEmployeesSub-Industry
6 years, 7 months4Other Alternative & Renewable Energy


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Dale G. Bishop

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