NULIFE GreenTech

Waste Solutions, Reimagined. Solving wet waste challenges one ton at a time.

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NULIFE GreenTech

NULIFE GreenTech is a Foresight 50 2023 Honouree

Over 290,000,000 tons of high moisture industrial waste is produced annually in North America across multiple industries. We are prioritizing our customers’ needs. Our customers are already paying to dispose of their waste. We aren’t asking them to change their behavior or pay a green premium. No capital intensity for the customer
due to our modular and scalable design. We focus on wet waste. Compared to other HydroThermal Liquefaction (HTL) companies, NULIFE’s business model, technology development, and feedstock focus are key differences.

We have market demand and traction, which is only going to grow as environmental regulation progresses. HTL is the most efficient process for high-moisture feedstocks. NULIFE’s patented HTL process uses heat, water, and pressure to transform wet, industrial waste into renewable bio-crude and biochar. We have a 4,500 ft2 pilot facility with 1 tonne/day pilot tested for 3,500+ hours. We have successfully processed sewage sludge, food processing waste, agriculture waste, and pulp and paper waste. We are currently attracting more volume
than capacity with minimal dedicated sales efforts.

Our commercial traction and growth potential includes: West Coast Reductions – FOG: approx. 30 tonnes/month
initially; local food manufacturing emitter DAF: 15-20 tonnes/day; New York State: 100,000 tonnes/year of sewage sludge; SK pulp mill producing 100,000 tons/year.Primary Environmental benefits: Validated removal of 95 per cent of PFAS during the process: output water contains no detectable PFOA or PFOS; the opportunity to displace
fossil crude oil; landfill diversion; 1.2T CO2e reduction per dry tonne of waste processed.

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Why our venture should be considered one of Canada’s 50 most investable cleantech companies:

NULIFE owns all of its IP. We have two patents granted and four pending, plus trade secrets. We are negotiating with a large feedstock supplier who will pay us to take their wet waste.