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ICM, Inc. Announces Advanced Oil System™

ICM, Inc. Announces Advanced Oil System™
Patent-Pending, Next-Generation Oil Separation Technology to be Deployed
(Colwich, Kan. – June 27, 2011) – ICM is pleased to announce that it has obtained signed contracts for the manufacture and installation of its patent-pending, next-generation Advanced Oil System™ (AOS™) at four plants.
About the technology: Currently, most oil extraction providers use a combination of centrifugation and chemical additives to extract corn oil; however, extraction rates can be limited by emulsification. ICM’s innovative AOS™ uses an inventive, emulsion breaking approach to deliver a much higher conversion rate than is currently possible with first-generation oil recovery technology. The Advanced Oil System™ consists of separate skid-mounted units that can be installed at plants without oil extraction technology, or a modified version of the technology can be installed at plants that have already invested in ICM’s first-generation oil separation equipment. ICM will be demonstrating this technology this Tuesday and Wednesday at the ethanol industry’s largest annual trade show and conference, the Fuel Ethanol Workshop, held in Indianapolis, Ind. Brock Beach, ICM Capital Sales Manager, said demonstrations will be scheduled to run every two hours during the conference.


ICM, Inc. Continues to Offer Oil Extraction Alternatives

ICM, Inc. Continues to Offer Oil Extraction Alternatives

(Colwich, Kan. –August 9, 2011) – ICM, Inc. continues to expand its market share by offering differentiated solutions to corn ethanol processing facilities to remove corn oil from stillage streams.  ICM recently announced the filing of a non-provisional patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its Advanced Oil System™ and the first commercial deployment of the technology.  The Advanced Oil System™ has garnered tremendous interest from industry operators.  ICM also continues to offer its Tricanter® Oil Separation System to the industry.


ICM, Inc.’s Selection of EISENMANN’s Emission Abatement Technology

ICM, Inc.’s Selection of EISENMANN’s Emission Abatement Technology Strengthens Commercial Deployment of its Biomass Gasifier System
(Colwich, Kan. –August 23, 2011) –ICM is pleased to announce that it has coupled its feedstock-flexible gasification system with EISENMANN Corporation’s dual-field WESP (wet electrostatic precipitation) to further enhance ICM’s ability to deliver cleaner waste-to-energy applications. ICM chose this emission abatement technology based on the successful operation of ICM’s commercial-scale demonstration gasifier located adjacent to the Harvey County municipal solid waste transfer and recycling facility in Newton, Kan.
ICM’s gasifier in Harvey County was configured to demonstrate the system’s performance by testing multiple feedstocks including refused-derived fuel (RDF), tire-derived fuel mixed with RDF, wood chips, wheat straw, switchgrass, and corn stover, among others. Combined with an ICM thermal oxidizer and heat sink, the WESP 2-F system provides the flexibility essential to clean the emissions from a multitude of fuel sources. Combining the gasifier and emission abatement systems illustrates a confluence of state-of-the-art technologies that can meet the most stringent emission control requirements. The WESP-2F meets the critical requirements of both Best Available Control Technology (BACT) and Lowest Achievable Emission Rate (LAER) standards by ensuring a nearly continuous removal of large and small particulate matter, as well as acid gases. Unlike traditional wet electrostatic precipitators, the selected WESP-2F Dual Field technology guarantees the strictest level of emissions control across the broadest range of potential feedstocks. BACT is required on major new or modified sources in clean areas (i.e., attainment areas), and LAER is required on major new or modified sources in non-attainment areas.
Dave Vander Griend, president and CEO of ICM said, “We’re thrilled with the recent commercial deployment of our biomass gasifier technology, as it allows us to offer our waste-to-energy system on a global level. Recognizing the strength of collaborative partnerships, ICM is pleased to work with EISENMANN and their WESP technology to enhance our biomass gasifier applications.”


ICM Takes On New Wichita Habitat House Plans

(Wichita, Kan. – July 17, 2014) For its twelfth Wichita Habitat for Humanity house
sponsorship, ICM employees were given a challenge. They were asked to build a 1,600
square foot, five-bedroom home for the Lopez family of nine. It’s the first home built with
Wichita Habitat’s new floor plans and design specifications that include a brick façade and
a garage. Homeowners are now also able to choose from different elevation options.

Ann Fox, Wichita Habitat Executive Director lauded the company, “ICM holds its Christian
faith as a core value, and that value is demonstrated in the commitment they make to work
side by side with Habitat partner families to build a home. This year over 135 employees
volunteered over 890 hours to ensure the Lopez family an affordable, energy efficient
home. That alone is remarkable; more humbling is their track record of support; this is the
12th home built and fully funded by the company. Their goodness is without question for
the pure purpose of service with no expectation of return.

Chris Mitchell, President of ICM, Inc. says, “The Habitat build is something ICM and our
employees look forward to each year. It’s a great way for our employees to give back while
also learning more about themselves and co-workers. We believe in the mission of Habitat
for Humanity and the importance of giving families like the Lopez’s a place to call their
own. We are honored to be involved and look forward to more builds in the future.”

Just over two months after the walls went up on the Lopez family’s home, it is ready for
move in. After closing on their mortgage, the family will receive their keys at a dedication
ceremony on July 30 at 11:30am at 18th & Jeanette. The public is welcome to celebrate
with the family and tour the house.

Jill Clavin
Development Associate
Wichita Habitat for Humanity