Green Energy Technology - NAPT News
From A Green Products Industry
AIAS is in the business in providing green products for 20 years. We have concentrated on remote diesel power generation and the mining industry. I, by accident, found your web site looking for contacts on Baffin Island.
I am hoping that you may have contact information that will allow me to send product in information on Baffin Island.
Our technology will provide reduced fuel consumption, eliminate 100 % of all engine filters and fuel filters used in the power plants. This represents a huge dollar savings in many areas of the cradle to grave process on throw away paper filters.
The life time engine oil filters and fuel filters (made in the U.S.A.) will also reduce emissions as well.
Both of these products have been around for years. With the increasein energy cost and disposal cost of hazardous material these products have become more in demand. Not to mention that the life time filters provide a sustainble product.
If anyone is interested I can provide the contact names to the other
power plants to get first hand results.
The Attachments Did Not Reproduce so anyone interested is asked to directly contact Les at his e-mail address listed below.
(I have attached a 3rd party report on why paper filters cost us more money than they are worth. The article also provides advice on the type of filter that is needed to protect injectors and injector pumps. They are describing our filter.
I will also attach pictures of the filters. You will see the quality of the product, stainless steel mesh screen that filters a 1000X better than paper throw aways.)
I hope that will catch your interest, enough to help me contact the proper people. By the way, our products are working in several remote power plants in Alaska. Currently, because of this technology, Kipnuk Power plant has not had to order in engine oil filters or fuel filters since November of 08. They also have not had the disposal issue that all remote power plants have.
We are also close to a release of a system that will convert all used oil to diesel fuel.
I appreciate your reply and direction.
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Redmond OR 97756
Fax 877/770-7175 541/923-5478
NAPT Joins NAJA At Annual Convention
Native American Public Telecommunications (NAPT) is partnering this year with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) to expand the focus of NAJA's annual convention.
"Because of the convergence of the many forms of media, NNMC will offer something for everyone engaged in the media. From multi-media reporting, utilizing the Internet and social media tools, graphic design, marketing, creative writing, public relations, art and photography, radio, TV and film, we're hoping that Native media professionals and students will attend to learn skills and meet each other," NAPT Executive Director Shirley K. Sneve said.
"In times of scarce resources, it becomes more important for Tribal people to reach out to each other for support and partnerships." Click here to read the entire article>>Click here to view a video clip of the conference>>
NAPT Hires Kinser And Parker
Please welcome to the NAPT family, Jessica Kinser and Princella Parker. Jessica has accepted the position of Marketing Director and Princella has accepted the position of Project Coordinator.
Jessica will serve as the liaison between producers, vendors and the organization. She will manage the details of each marketing project, ensuring that deadlines, budgets and technical specifications are met while projects move from concept to completion.
A graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Jessica is ready to hit the ground running. Formerly employed by Swanson Russell, she will bring an abundance of marketing knowledge to her position. She also serves as Vice President of the Prism Awards on the board of the American Marketing Association-Lincoln, NE Chapter.
Princella Parker will work to enhance the educational value of NAPT's programs for educators, students and the general public. Last fall, Parker came to Lincoln to work with UNL students on a documentary film set on the Omaha reservation.
She also aided in the revisions of the NAPT Producer's Handbook and worked for NET Television on a documentary about Chief Standing Bear (Ponca). She is a member of the Nebraska Native American Leadership Group and has a bachelor's in broadcast theatre from Creighton University.
NAPT's Executive Director To Attend PBS Content Summit And Sundance Film Festival
NAPT's Executive Director, Shirley Sneve, will be in Washington, DC, January 18-22 for the PBS Content Summit and meetings with the National Minority Consortia executive directors.
Shirley will be at the Filmmaker's Lodge on Thursday, January 29 from 10 a.m. to noon to answer questions about NAPT programs and funding, as part of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Producer Profile: Milt Lee
(Cheyenne River Sioux)
Lee is an award winning multimedia producer of 35 years, and is a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.
In Video Letters from Prison, Lee personally follows three young Lakota girls from the Pine Ridge Reservation as they establish communication with their incarcerated father via a series of video letters
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