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Brine, plastic, and fresh water

W. Hale
Heal-thy
60 Western Av.
Suite 3 – 222
Augusta, ME 04330
202-465-0067

Michael A. Grandin, Chairman
Cenovus
421 — 7 Ave SW
PO Box 766
Calgary, AB T2P 0M5
Telephone: (403) 766-2000
Toll free in Canada: 1-877-766-2066
Fax: (403) 766-7600
(T2P 4K9 – postal code for couriers)

re: Plastic

Dear Chairman Grandin:

Would you like to keep Cenovus ethylene and SaltWorks chlorine on the balance sheet as working, recyclable assets, while reducing carbon and brine disposal expenses on customers’ income statements?

SaltMaker thermo-ionic – desalination equipment is currently made from plastic, and, as you know, plastic is made from ethylene and chlorine…

…so the brine byproduct produced by the SaltMaker equipment could be used to manufacture the plastic to make the SaltMaker equipment.

Likewise regarding related plastic products: irrigation pipe, optical quality PVC Fresnel lenses, and Futuro-style modular dwellings.

This would also reduce expenses on your customers’ income statements regarding carbon and brine disposal.

Despite Green Peace, demand for PVC water pipe is growing and with it demand for responsible manufacture, and early, frequent recycling to prevent degradation in the field.

Chlorine transportation costs are increasing.

Climate change is creating a market for fresh water pipelines to carry SaltWorks fresh water inland to the US Midwest and SW.

The transcontinental railroad of 21st century planetary engineering might well be in the ability to patent and sell a complete package of desalinated fresh water, brine disposal, irrigation pipe, habitable dwellings, sodium feldspar tiles, and optical quality Fresnel lenses for solar cooking, etc.

If not in the US, then in India, China, North Africa, Australia, and south Asia perhaps.

I’m sending a cc: of this letter to Governor Chris Christie of N.J. and the MIT NewsRoom regarding whether the scale of a plastic manufacturing plant can be matched to the scale of the salt byproduct created by one, or more, SaltWorks desalination installations – or what kind of network of desalination plants is needed to supply enough chlorine for plastic plants of sufficient size to produce the economies of scale needed.

Who knows, a technologic breakthrough in brine conversion similar to SaltWorks thermo-ionic desalination system may be on the horizon.

Desalinating one (1%) percent of the salt water of the world will increase our fresh water by ten (10) times, but that leaves a lot of NaCl to deal with.

NH3 is predicted to be competitive with gasoline when the price of gas reaches $5 per gallon, so an increase in a demand for plastics for clean water could continue to support the petroleum industry in the event the NH3 fuel economy brings down marginal costs.

Should you wish to retain, or partner with me in any way regarding further pursuit of this business plan, I would be happy to discuss it, or you might simply want to pay me a one time consulting fee for this unilateral, unsolicited report alerting you to this possible synergy between Cenovus and SaltWorks.

Thank you for you consideration,

Truly,

W. Hale, aka, haji Mohammed Omar

enclosures (3): Cenovus web site referral
email from SaltWorks
email to SaltWorks

cc: CC
MIT
BS
JZ
MM

https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B3COUqj-vPb8b0Zqem9XUlhSbm8/edit
On 8/17/12, Questions&Comments wrote:
> Hello,
>
>
>
> Please visit the following section on our website for more information
> on how to become a supplier to Cenovus:
> http://www.cenovus.com/contractor/index.html
>
>
>
> Thanks for your interest in our company.
>
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: William Hale [mailto:whale12345@gmail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2012 5:54 AM
> To: Questions&Comments
> Subject: Utilization of SaltMaker NaCl with Cenovus ethylene
>
>
> Dear Cenovus:
>
> Thought you might be interested in this email I sent to
> SaltWorks yesterday.
>
> WLH / haji MAO
>
> #767
>
> of 795: William Hale (hinging0
> ) Wed 15 Aug 2012
> (04:06 PM)
>
> Would you like to do this with me? Utilize your NaCl output to
> make
> your own optical quality PVC Fresnel lenses and structural PVC
> components to build, lease, and regularly recycle SaltMakers,
> irrigation pipe, and Futuro-style modular dwellings?
>
> Salt for oven heat storage too?
>
> xref:
>
> http://www.forbes.com/sites/toddwoody/2012/04/05/secret-ingredient-to-ma
> king-so
> lar-energy-work-salt/2/
> aking-solar-energy-work-salt/2/>
>
> SaltMaker -> NaCl. Cl + ethylene -> VCM/PVCMaker (500*+ C
> furnace) ->
> PVC plus treated byproducts.
>
> xref: http://www.strandex.com/pages/Home-Page.php
>
> Likewise regarding Sodium feldspar tiles and soda-lime glass?
>
> Na + Al + 3SiO2 + O2 + 600* C -> NaAlSi3O8
>
> xref: http://palashminerals.com/products1.htm
>
>
>
> SaltWorks self-replicating fresh water distillation plants
>
> – with green house options to minimize fresh water loss?
>
>
>
>
>
>
> volley2.ind 174: ?>*:\ …//2012:07:17:12:02:105*
>
>
> #768
>
> of 795: William Hale (hinging0
> ) Wed 15 Aug 2012
> (04:06 PM)
>
> Contact
>
> Saltworks Technologies Inc.
> 2105 Commissioner Street
> Vancouver, BC V5L 1A4
> Canada
> Tel: +1 (604) 628-6508
> Fax: +1 (604) 676-2463
> Inquire
>
> Thank you for contacting Saltworks Technologies.
>
> We carefully review all communications we receive. We aim to get
> back
> to you as soon as possible however we cannot promise a response
> to all
> inquiries.
>
>
>
>
> —
> “Respond and seek responses,”
>
>
>
>
>
> This email communication and any files transmitted with it may contain
>
> confidential and or proprietary information and is provided for the use of
> the
>
> intended recipient only. Any review, retransmission or dissemination of
> this
>
> information by anyone other than the intended recipient is prohibited. If
> you
>
> receive this email in error, please contact the sender and delete this
>
> communication and any copies immediately. Thank you.
>
> http://www.cenovus.com


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