QUESTION: Who and where do I contact for a sample of BATCURE to test in agriculture? 05/05/09 Alberta, Canada
So who and where do I contact and pay for a 20-50 lot sample of BATCURE to test in agriculture, trucking and related industrial equipment and automobile batteries. Please email the information as I have become rather GREEN, lately and see battery pollution as a terrible waste of resources and environmental problem. However I still need to prove to my self your product you talk about works and is not another internet scam. Pardon me but please do not be insulted. Looking forward to your reply
Very best regards
Charles Park, RR # 2, Ponoka, Alberta, Canada, T4J 1R2
ANSWER: May 5 2009
Thanks for your email.
We are an information and referral service aimed at the elimination of lead poisoning and protection of the environment from lead pollution. Regarding Batcure, as we do not know enough about how to extend the life of a lead acid battery, we asked for a technical review of information and I trust that you will find the comments in the following email from Australia's largest corporation, BHP Billiton, useful. You may wish to contact BHP Billiton directly, specifically Michael Roche, because he is the Team Leader, Stewardship Team, Green Lead [Acid Battery] Project. Michael co-authored an article called "Green Lead", with Phillip Toyne (contributing editor) in EcoFutures Magazine Volume 1, Issue 1, Feb 2002 stating that: "The Berzelius Smelter in Germany, the Exide Battery Company in the US and the Philippine Recycling Inc, amongst many others, share the BHP Billiton belief that lead can be safely used and reused. "What this consortium of companies proposes to do is to create a global pilot project across all aspects of the mining of lead and its use in batteries. This is because most lead produced in the world goes into batteries. They believe they can build on the lessons learnt with batteries to look at other uses of lead in the future. "All aspects of the development of the Life Cycle Analysis and the Product Stewardship Protocol will be reviewed and validated by third party experts. In addition, they will be inviting a broad group of stakeholders to contribute their opinions and views. These will include Environment NGOs, governments, communities and others in our industry."
Michael joined the LeadWorkers e-group on 14/4/05
All the best
EMAIL TWO Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 2009 2:12 PM
Subject: Exceptionally long life, least maintained, all weather eco-friendly POLYOXIDE BATTERIES
Regarding your inquiry about BATCURE, I thought you might be interested in this email that we had just received from the company.
It contains attachments which might be useful.
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