The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Signed 4 Letters of Intent



The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has entered into four letters of intent (LoIs) on February 14 2007 with the Malaysian Company Brite-Tech Ventures Sdn. Bhd. for the proposed sale of certified emission reductions (CERs) to be generated using a treatment system called AVC Palm oil mill effluent (POME) treatment system.
It will take place in 4 different Palm Oil Mills: Mewah, Jugra, Haranky and Bandung. These projects will reduce methane emission by replacing the series of open lagoons, which is currently used for the treatment of the wastewater (Palm Oil Mill Effluent) with the AVC sludge dewatering system. The AVC consist of a steel container with a filter technology which is capable of removing up to 90% of the COD from the waste water (Palm Oil Mill Effluent).
The project will be registered as a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project under the Kyoto Protocol, which allow Brite-Tech Ventures Sdn. Bhd. to sell and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to purchase the amount of CO2, which is reduced by the projects.



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