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CO 2 capture at the incinerator. Canadian Municipalities leadership in Environment. Greenhouse gases in Quebec City Municipality. Municipal waste incinerator, 28 % Landfill site Ste-Tite des Caps , 32 % Landfill site Beauport , 9 % Waste water treatment facility, 6 % Vehicles, 7 %

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    1. CO2 captureat the incinerator Canadian Municipalitiesleadership in Environment

    2. Greenhouse gases in Quebec City Municipality • Municipal waste incinerator, 28 % • Landfill site Ste-Tite des Caps, 32 % • Landfill site Beauport, 9 % • Waste water treatment facility, 6 % • Vehicles, 7 % • Buses, 13 % • Buildings, 5 % • Citizens and businesses

    3. GHG reduction plan2004-2010 • Municipal waste incinerator, 28 % • Request for bid for massive CO2 capture at the stack • Following a successful evaluation test in winter 2005 with CO2 Solution • Potential for 200,000 t/year GHG reduction • Landfill sites, 41 % • Reduction target of 50,000 tonnes/year by 2010 • Implementation of landfill material management plan - 10,000 t/year • Biogas flaring – GHG reduction of 40 % - 40,000 t/year • Waste water treatment facility, 6 % • Vehicles, 7 % • 10 % GHG reduction – 2,200 t/year • Training, purchases, maintenance, fuels, stop’n’go • Buses, 13 % • 16 % GHG reduction – 6,800 t/year • Training, purchases, maintenance, solar wall • Buildings, 5 % • 14 % GHG reduction – 1,550 t/year • Energy efficiency, geothermal energy, waste water heat recovery, northern design, etc.

    4. Community-oriented incentives

    5. CO2 captureat the incinerator Canadian Municipalitiesleadership in Environment

    6. Our atmosphere is warming up • One more type of air pollution • Toxic gas pollution (acid rain) • Industries, local impacts, short term • Ozone layer depletion (CFC) • Industries, households, regional impacts, mid-term • Air temperature is rising (Greenhouse gases) • Industries, transportation, agriculture, homes, individuals • Global impacts on nature and humans, long-term • Greenhouse Gases (GHG) • Carbon dioxyde (CO2) • Methane (CH4) • N2O, HFCs, SF6 and other anthropogenic gases • Water vapor (H2O), non anthropogenic

    7. Nature is hurt byClimate Change • Nature itself wants to negotiate !! • CO2 is the most abundant GHG LISTEN !! Nature can help human beings • To capture and sequestrate CO2 • In order to slow down global warming • Sustainable Development technologies • Alternative to reduce the amount of GHG emitted in the atmosphere • Let us do something for our children

    8. Nature does capture CO2 • Forests inhale atmospheric CO2 • Not enough trees for man-made CO2 • CO2 capture in human muscles • Cellular CO2 transformed into bicarbonate • Carbonic anhydrase enzyme • A new industrial bio-catalyst • Genetically engineered enzyme • Allows industrial CO2 capture

    9. A powerful bio-catalystmanufactured through genetic engeneering C1374H2600N368O652S7 - Zn Human Carbonic Anhydrase type II (267 amino-acids)

    10. Your Car Sensible driving immediate Switch fuel Mid-term Catalytic muffler Significant Hybride car Long-term An Industrial Plant Fine tuning immediate Switch fuel Mid-term CO2 capture Significant New design Long-term Massive CO2 capture

    11. A successful demonstration • CO2 capture at a large municipal waste incinerator (Quebec City) • CO2 Solution’s Industrial prototype • 5 weeks non-stop, 7/24 • 50% CO2 capture • Permanent sequestration • Sound basis for larger scale-up

    12. Column packing with bio-catalyst

    13. CO2 Solution Inc. offers an innovative alternative • CO2 gas is converted into an unharmful aqueous by-product, inside the reactor • Low energy process • Captured Carboncan be recycled

    14. Sustainable Development • CO2 Solution’s bio-catalysis treatment unit: • instantaneously converts harmful CO2 gas • into unharmful bicarbonate ion (HCO3--) solution Offers flexible alternatives for CO2 sequestration Fossil carbon for energy production can be reused for chemicals

    15. Industrial CO2 Capture • Clean Energy production • Coal thermal plants - electricity • Natural gas reformers – hydrogen • Boilers for industrial processes – fossil carbon dependancy • Industrial process CO2 emissions • Lime factories • Steel furnaces • Cement kilns • Biogas – « waste to energy »

    16. At the end of the process CO2 capture module

    17. CO2 Solution’s Bio-catalysis • Technology platform combination • Genetic engineering – bio-catalyst • Large scale biochemistry process • Traditional gas purification technologies • The power of bio-catalysis • Low cost catalyst manufacture • High CO2 conversion rate • Bio-catalyst durability

    18. Biochemical CO2 capture • First commercially available biochemical process • Overcomes chemical catalyst limitations • A sustainable development technology CO2 Solution inc. offersA powerful tool for adressingclimate change challenges

    19. CO2 Solution Inc.CST – [TSX Venture] • Contact: Jo Lanoë Vice president, business development CO2 Solution Inc. 2300, rue Jean-Perrin Quebec, QC, G2C 1T9Canada (+1) (418) 842-3456, ext. 203 • Jo.lanoe@co2solution.com CO2 Solution, a partner of choicein climate changes