CO2AL, Inc., is a development and commercialization company focused on the elimination and recycling of waste streams, gasification technologies, and infrastructure energy efficiencies.   

The Patented Bridge Process has shown to be an effective way to completely eliminate and/or recycle Greenhouse Gases (GHG), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and capture Particulate Matter (PM) and Heavy Metals (HM).  The process has also shown to be effective in coal gasification and electronic waste recycling.  The inventors, who also own CO2AL, have demonstrated effectiveness in recycling tires and plastics to carbon and hydrogen.  It is important to remember in all of these processes there are no residual hazardous waste.

CO2AL has been working with two universities on testing, verification, proof of concept and peer review and has passed all scientific hurdles.  The next step in the process is to build a prototype machine. 

CO2AL is also working on a second generation technology to reduce the electrical use at waste water treatment plants by up to 70%, the technology was been granted preliminary governmental approval, is currently being deployed for H2S and VOC stripping from groundwater, as well as treatment of municipal and industrial waste water.

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October 5-7, 2015
Finalist in the SXSWeco Energy Business Pitch competition

September 2015
Invited to present at DOE

March 2015
Finalist in DOD propellent remediation contract.  

Nov 11 & 12, 2014
Participating at the Defense Energy Summit
Austin, Texas

October 23, 2014
Presented at BASF Technology Scouting Event
Houston, Texas

April 2014

January 2014

January 2014
Awarded US Patent # 8628741

October, 2011
California just in acted AB32 - Cap and Trade
The market is expected to $10B by 2016

June , 2011
Accepted as a Development Company by
UK Trade & Investment
Winner 2010: Best Trade Promotion
        Organisation in the developed world

May, 2011
Filed Provisional Application for Coal Gasification Process

April, 2011
Filed US and International Patent Applications
For Flue gas Process

February 9, 2011
Presenting at HTC Energy Conference

January 2011
Proof of concept established

January 2011
Accepted as Houston Technology Center Client Company

January 2011
EPA updates GHG guidelines
New Source Review
GHG Guidelines