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RE: Great resource for designing P2/CP programs

What does the CP mean in P2 CP?

Diane D. Buxbaum,  M.P.H.
Environmental Scientist
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency  Region 2
290 Broadway, 21 East
New York, NY 10007
phone: 212-637-3919
fax: 212-637-4086
email: buxbaum.diane@epa.gov

                      Kim Mihalik                                                                           
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                      05/03/02 05:55 PM                                                                     
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                      Kim Mihalik                                                                           

Hello P2ers?

I recently received the request below from a colleague of mine in Sri
Lanka.  In reviewing the technical request, it seemed to me that there
may be source reduction techniques, as well as reuse/recycling ideas,
that could be transplanted from U.S. brewers to the Sri Lankan brewer.
If any of you have ideas that I could forward to the company via my
colleague, please send them to me.  Or, if your business could provide a
solution, please feel free to respond to Dr. Chad Kanagachandran

The person who donates the idea which brings them down to zero spent
grain waste gets a six-pack of Lion Brewery beer! ;-)


Kim Mihalik
Deputy Director/Engineer
Environmental Technology Network for Asia (ETNA)
US-Asia Environmental Partnership (US-AEP)
1819 H Street NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: 202/835-0333 x118
Fax: 202/835-0446
Email: kmihalik@usaep.org
Website: www.usaep.org

US-AEP - Environment Trade Lead - Sri Lanka - Colombo - TON # 020503AC01

The company is looking for technology/advisory services to convert spent
grain waste to a usable product or to implement a waste to energy
process via biogas or othermeans using grain waste.

Lion Brewary Ceylon Ltd generates about 15-20 tons of spent grain a day
in the beer manufacturing process. The material has a pH about 6.1 and
moisture content is about 79%.

Type of Company: Production/Marketing
Employees: 220
Annual Sales US$: 50000000
Year Established: 1881

Lion Brewery is the leading beer production company in Sri Lanka. For
additional company information please visit www.lionbrew.com

Estimated Contract Value US$: 2000000
Type of Transaction:Technology transfer
Service Contract Needed:yes
Payment Terms:TBD
Time Frame:ASAP
Funding:Company financing
Buyer's Bank:Bank of Ceylon, Commercial Bank
Proposal Language:English

Interested U.S. companies should contact Lion Brewary directly via email
or fax with a letter of interest.

Dr. Chad  Kanagachandran
Consultant (Research and Development)
The Lion Brewery Ceylon Ltd
254, Colombo Road
Biyagama, Sri Lanka
Phone: 011-941-46500
Email: chad@lionbrew.com

US-AEP is now offering guidance on how to write a letter of interest
(LOI).  If you are interested in getting some tips to improve the
quality of your company's LOI, please check out the LOI guidance at
http://www.usaep.org/ouractiv/loi.htm .

In addition, please also send a copy of your letter of interest
referencing the TON# to ETNA's Washington, DC office via e-mail or fax.

E-mail: etna@usaep.org
Fax: 202-835-0446

Note: U.S. companies that respond to this lead, but do not receive a
reply from the Asian buyers, can contact the USAEP tech rep listed below
and request assistance in following up with the Asian company. This
request must be made six weeks after the U.S. company sent out the
initial letter of interest.

Dr. Ananda Mallawatantri
US-AEP Sri Lanka
44 Galle Road
Colombo 3, Sri Lanka
Tel: 011-94-1-472-855
Fax: 011-94-1-472850 or 011-94-1-472860