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These excerpts taken from the ADES 10-Q filed Nov 7, 2008.

1.1 Summary of Test Program

Pursuant to the Contract with Purchaser to provide Multiple Hearth Furnaces for Purchaser’s activated carbon facility, Seller will oversee a test program to measure and verify performance of the four (4) new MHFs to be provided under separate Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. The purpose of this test program is to demonstrate the MHFs (individually and collectively) meet or exceed all of the mutually-agreed guarantee values established in the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, quantify the product capacity of the MHFs, validate the quality of the MHF product, validate auxiliary power consumption, confirm total heat content of the offgas, and verify the controlled emissions of total suspended particulate (TSP), nitrogen compounds and sulfur compounds. This test program is required only for the purpose of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, and may or may not be part of any regulatory requirement or submission. The results of the testing program will provide information to confirm performance of the Equipment supplied as part of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. This information will provide a basis for achievement of Substantial Completion.

The emission tests will be carried out in accordance with this document with input and assistance from Seller, Purchaser, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Rigid sampling rules, testing requirements, and chain-of-custody requirements may be waived by Purchaser at the recommendation of the Independent Testing Company. Seller will be responsible for coordinating the testing with Purchaser’s operators, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Purchaser’s Plant operators will be responsible for collecting all field samples. Seller and EPC Contractor will coordinate their efforts to produce the information to be gathered from the Project DCS system. An Independent Testing Company will be responsible for collecting all gas and particulate emission samples and for obtaining all laboratory analyses of all samples, including, without limitation, feed material, product material and cyclone ash.

Section 2.0 of this Attachment 7 presents a description of the Seller’s supply/source. Section 3.0 outlines the test program, objectives, and test matrix. Section 4.0 describes the sampling locations to be used in this test program. Sampling and analysis methodologies are presented in Section 5.0. Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) procedures specific to this test program are described in Section 6.0. Section 7.0 presents the general reporting format to be implemented in writing the final report.

 

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Exhibit 10.50(b) to Form 10-Q for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2008 filed by ADA-ES, Inc. (File No. 000-50216) on November 7, 2008

 

1.1 Summary of Test Program

Pursuant to the Contract with Purchaser to provide Multiple Hearth Furnaces for Purchaser’s activated carbon facility, Seller will oversee a test program to measure and verify performance of the four (4) new MHFs to be provided under separate Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. The purpose of this test program is to demonstrate the MHFs (individually and collectively) meet or exceed all of the mutually-agreed guarantee values established in the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, quantify the product capacity of the MHFs, validate the quality of the MHF product, validate auxiliary power consumption, confirm total heat content of the offgas, and verify the controlled emissions of total suspended particulate (TSP), nitrogen compounds and sulfur compounds. This test program is required only for the purpose of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, and may or may not be part of any regulatory requirement or submission. The results of the testing program will provide information to confirm performance of the Equipment supplied as part of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. This information will provide a basis for achievement of Substantial Completion.

The emission tests will be carried out in accordance with this document with input and assistance from Seller, Purchaser, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Rigid sampling rules, testing requirements, and chain-of-custody requirements may be waived by Purchaser at the recommendation of the Independent Testing Company. Seller will be responsible for coordinating the testing with Purchaser’s operators, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Purchaser’s Plant operators will be responsible for collecting all field samples. Seller and EPC Contractor will coordinate their efforts to produce the information to be gathered from the Project DCS system. An Independent Testing Company will be responsible for collecting all gas and particulate emission samples and for obtaining all laboratory analyses of all samples, including, without limitation, feed material, product material and cyclone ash.

Section 2.0 of this Attachment 7 presents a description of the Seller’s supply/source. Section 3.0 outlines the test program, objectives, and test matrix. Section 4.0 describes the sampling locations to be used in this test program. Sampling and analysis methodologies are presented in Section 5.0. Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) procedures specific to this test program are described in Section 6.0. Section 7.0 presents the general reporting format to be implemented in writing the final report.

 

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Exhibit 10.50(c) to Form 10-Q for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2008 filed by ADA-ES, Inc. (File No. 000-50216) on November 7, 2008

 

1.1 Summary of Test Program

Pursuant to the Contract with Purchaser to provide Multiple Hearth Furnaces for Purchaser’s activated carbon facility, Seller will oversee a test program to measure and verify performance of the four (4) new MHFs to be provided under separate Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. The purpose of this test program is to demonstrate the MHFs (individually and collectively) meet or exceed all of the mutually-agreed guarantee values established in the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, quantify the product capacity of the MHFs, validate the quality of the MHF product, validate auxiliary power consumption, confirm total heat content of the offgas, and verify the controlled emissions of total suspended particulate (TSP), nitrogen compounds and sulfur compounds. This test program is required only for the purpose of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, and may or may not be part of any regulatory requirement or submission. The results of the testing program will provide information to confirm performance of the Equipment supplied as part of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. This information will provide a basis for achievement of Substantial Completion.

The emission tests will be carried out in accordance with this document with input and assistance from Seller, Purchaser, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Rigid sampling rules, testing requirements, and chain-of-custody requirements may be waived by Purchaser at the recommendation of the Independent Testing Company. Seller will be responsible for coordinating the testing with Purchaser’s operators, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Purchaser’s Plant operators will be responsible for collecting all field samples. Seller and EPC Contractor will coordinate their efforts to produce the information to be gathered from the Project DCS system. An Independent Testing Company will be responsible for collecting all gas and particulate emission samples and for obtaining all laboratory analyses of all samples, including, without limitation, feed material, product material and cyclone ash.

Section 2.0 of this Attachment 7 presents a description of the Seller’s supply/source. Section 3.0 outlines the test program, objectives, and test matrix. Section 4.0 describes the sampling locations to be used in this test program. Sampling and analysis methodologies are presented in Section 5.0. Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) procedures specific to this test program are described in Section 6.0. Section 7.0 presents the general reporting format to be implemented in writing the final report.

 

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Exhibit 10.50(d) to Form 10-Q for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2008 filed by ADA-ES, Inc. (File No. 000-50216) on November 7, 2008

 

1.1 Summary of Test Program

Pursuant to the Contract with Purchaser to provide Multiple Hearth Furnaces for Purchaser’s activated carbon facility, Seller will oversee a test program to measure and verify performance of the four (4) new MHFs to be provided under separate Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. The purpose of this test program is to demonstrate the MHFs (individually and collectively) meet or exceed all of the mutually-agreed guarantee values established in the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, quantify the product capacity of the MHFs, validate the quality of the MHF product, validate auxiliary power consumption, confirm total heat content of the offgas, and verify the controlled emissions of total suspended particulate (TSP), nitrogen compounds and sulfur compounds. This test program is required only for the purpose of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts, and may or may not be part of any regulatory requirement or submission. The results of the testing program will provide information to confirm performance of the Equipment supplied as part of the Multi-Hearth Furnace Contracts. This information will provide a basis for achievement of Substantial Completion.

The emission tests will be carried out in accordance with this document with input and assistance from Seller, Purchaser, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Rigid sampling rules, testing requirements, and chain-of-custody requirements may be waived by Purchaser at the recommendation of the Independent Testing Company. Seller will be responsible for coordinating the testing with Purchaser’s operators, the EPC Contractor, and the Independent Testing Company. Purchaser’s Plant operators will be responsible for collecting all field samples. Seller and EPC Contractor will coordinate their efforts to produce the information to be gathered from the Project DCS system. An Independent Testing Company will be responsible for collecting all gas and particulate emission samples and for obtaining all laboratory analyses of all samples, including, without limitation, feed material, product material and cyclone ash.

Section 2.0 of this Attachment 7 presents a description of the Seller’s supply/source. Section 3.0 outlines the test program, objectives, and test matrix. Section 4.0 describes the sampling locations to be used in this test program. Sampling and analysis methodologies are presented in Section 5.0. Quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) procedures specific to this test program are described in Section 6.0. Section 7.0 presents the general reporting format to be implemented in writing the final report.

 

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Exhibit 10.50(a) to Form 10-Q for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2008 filed by ADA-ES, Inc. (File No. 000-50216) on November 7, 2008

 

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10-Q (4 sections)
Nov 7, 2008
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