Members of the Joint Action Group
Conestoga Rovers and Associates
Mayor John W. Morgan, CBRM

Hello to all:

Over the past few months Eco Logic has received numerous enquiries from members of the public and NGOs regarding the use of our technology for hazardous waste treatment, and specifically for treatment of the Sydney Tar Ponds.  In an effort to fully apprise all interested parties and the JAG of the status of our technology, we have prepared a document that outlines our approach for contaminated sediment cleanup, and hopefully addresses some of the issues and concerns raised in the media and other public venues.

As you will see by the document attached, our approach for contaminated sediment treatment differs somewhat from the approach we originally envisioned when first contacted by the consultant for bench-scale testing, some two and a half years ago.  Changes in our approach have resulted in (among others) three distinct improvements: 1) removal of any experimental component, 2) reduction of time required for treatment, and 3) reduction of overall cost for treatment.

I hope that you find the document enclosed useful in your evaluation of our technology, and in your dissemination of information on GPCR as it applies to the Tar Ponds.  Should you want additional details or clarification on our approach, please feel free to contact me at any time.

Yours Sincerely,


Beth Kümmling, M.Sc.
Director of Business Development
Eco Logic
143 Dennis Street
Rockwood, Ontario
Canada   N0B 2K0
Phone:  (519) 856-9591 ext. 203
Fax:    (519) 856-9235