World Trade Center Orlando entered into an agreement with Particulate Matter Solutions LLC two years ago to have its consulting arm help bring their leading edge Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology to market. A letter of engagement with a world leading manufacturer was signed today to manufacture and thoroughly test the first few DAC units within the next 4 months. The DAC technology retrofits to all global HVAC cooling towers and therefore the global infrastructure is already in place and is several years ahead of any other currently existing DAC technology. It will capture from ambient air CO2, Methane, Ozone, and Heavy Particulates and, to extent retrofitted to cooling towers in any densely populated area, will clean/overturn the air in those areas within about a year. The cost to capture through this DAC is very low compared to any other DAC currently available on the market today. It uses no new net energy but rather saves energy for the building owners as it reduces the buffeting of the cooling tower fans. The world is loudly calling for Green House Gas emissions to be cut. No need to wait for that any longer. Those GHG emissions will be captured/cleaned by this DAC technology until they are cut. Under the present plan the first of these DAC units will be produced and retrofitted to cooling towers in a demonstration city in the first quarter of 2022.
Alvin Jones, General Manager of Particulate Matter Solutions LLC had this to say regarding the announcement of the signing of the engagement letter with the manufacture which is located in the United States: “ It is very likely that at the end of the next 4 months, John West and the WTC/Orlando will have been by far more successful in assisting in the introduction of tangible Green Energy technology that is actually realistic than the (USA) President, Congress and the entire Federal Government combined.”
All of our other fellow World Trade Centers are invited to be thinking about how they might introduce and gain interest for this Direct Air Capture technology to be retrofitted in their respective densely populated areas.