New US client selects PyroGenesis to supply SPARC waste reduction technology
by CM Staff
The project has an approximate production-to-delivery timeline of 18 months from final contract signing.
MONTREAL — A confidential client has chosen PyroGenesis Canada Inc. to provide its SPARC refrigerant waste destruction system.
The client is an advanced materials and chemicals trading house whose name the parties have kept confidential for competitive reasons.
PyroGenesis says the SPARC system is the first of two systems that the company has indicated they may require.
The ultimate project cost will be between $2 to 5 million per system depending on final decisions regarding full deliverables. The parties expect to sign the final agreement before the end of the third quarter of 2023.
“The SPARC™ technology is one of the company’s first major technology achievements, which I believe speaks to our foresight, and our continued R&D, that a legacy system such as this can be used to address recent trends we are all seeing, evidenced by the increased demand for environmentally-friendly waste destruction systems – especially those geared to the destruction of dangerous or polluting chemicals and gases,” said P. Peter Pascali, CEO and chair of PyroGenesis in a statement.
The parties expect PyroGenesis will design and build the SPARC™ refrigerant waste destruction system while supervising and supporting contractors in the installation of the facility. The project has an approximate production-to-delivery timeline of 18 months from final contract signing.