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Spectrum Blue Steel Aligns Itself With the Brightest Minds in Green Energy

September 24, 2009

MANILA, Philippines, Sept. 24 /PRNewswire/ — The 24th International Coastal Cleanup Day opened the eyes of the world to the volume of municipal solid wastes that threaten the world’s marine life, contaminated beach waters set the stage for sea lovers to meet and help clean up the problem. The collective efforts of participants during the world wide commiseration of the International Coastal Cleanup Day yielded billions of tons of wastes from the seas and oceans.

Ronald Flynn founder of Spectrum Blue Steel Corporation explained that our mission is to attain zero waste communities through the Biosphere technology while leading the way in the generation of true green electricity.

Spectrum Blue Steel Corporation offers lasting solutions to the endemic problems – by deploying Biosphere machines in areas where municipal solid wastes are generated the most. Already, Spectrum has signed contracts with the City of San Fernando in Pampanga, Philippines which will eradicate about 190 metric tons of MSW a day and at the same time converts the same into electricity. By the 30(th) September, Spectrum will be signing another joint venture agreement with Josefino M. Angeles, the mayor of Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija in central Philippines. Both agreements will not only usher zero waste communities but added revenues to the host local government units as well as livelihood for their inhabitants.

The world’s growing demand for energy combined with the fragile state of earth’s environment means that renewable energy solutions are becoming increasingly important. Jobs in renewable energy are steadily on the rise. The importance of obtaining energy that does not harm the environment cannot be understated. That’s why energy companies are always searching for the best and brightest minds in the renewable energy fields.

With the dedication of its men and women – Franscisco T. Delagdo, formerly senior vice-president of National Power Corporation, Jose G. Samonte former assistant general counsel to National Power Corporation and consultant to various infrastructure projects in the Philippines, Emmanuel B. Francisco, consultant to government projects, Yolanda H. Hess consultant on environmental matters, Imelda dela Cruz, financial and administrative analyst, and Mandelyne P. Pama, adviser on security matters, Spectrum targets to deploy at least twenty five units of Biosphere machines by the first quarter of 2010 in the Philippines.

With the deployment of Biosphere machines the world wide sector of municipal solid wastes in the seas and oceans will soon be over – producing a truly green planet where the seas and oceans will be clean, and solve the problem of the traditional power plants that are polluting the environment with harmful toxins and carbon emissions… Spectrum Blue Steel is creating a healthy, happy, and sustainable world for our future generations by the deployment of the biosphere MKV.

Spectrum Blue steel strategy is to “de-carbonize” the electric power generation industry by shifting to non-fossil fuel based energy sources, specifically energy-from-waste. This follows the Energy Policy Act of 2005 which confirmed energy-from-waste is renewable, and the Philippine Renewable Energy Law (RA 9513) of the Philippines

Spectrum is a domestic corporation duly registered under the laws of the Philippines and holds a license to the Biosphere Technology from Global Environmental energy corporation GEECF.OB. Global is a fully integrated energy company whose interests include electrical power generation, oil and gas exploration and production, clean coal and waste management technologies.

This press release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of the 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the safe harbor created by those sections.

Contact: Ronald Flynn, +6391-8888-0017

SOURCE Spectrum Blue Steel Corporation


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