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EnergyWorks Pioneers Dual Solutions for Plastic Waste and Fuel Emissions

Posted by Paul Nanuwa at 3:38 PM on Wednesday, June 12th, 2024


As global environmental challenges intensify, innovative solutions are emerging at the intersection of waste management and renewable energy. EnergyWorks, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MetaWorks Platforms, Inc., is at the forefront of this movement, converting plastic waste into diesel fuel through advanced chemical processes. This development not only addresses the critical issue of plastic pollution but also provides a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels. EnergyWorks’s recent partnership with EnergyFX, LLC, underscores its commitment to commercializing this groundbreaking technology by Q4 2024, positioning the company as a key player in the GreenTech sector.

Industry Outlook and EnergyWorks’s Trajectory

The global push towards sustainability has catalyzed advancements in both waste management and renewable energy. The recent breakthrough by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames National Laboratory, which converts plastic waste into diesel, exemplifies this trend. EnergyWorks is well-positioned within this trajectory, leveraging similar technologies to transform plastic pollution into valuable energy resources. This alignment with industry advancements highlights EnergyWorks’s potential to significantly impact both the environment and the energy sector.

Voices of Authority

Aaron Sadow, a leading scientist at Ames National Laboratory, emphasized the urgency of addressing plastic waste and energy issues holistically. “By looking holistically at energy and fuels, chemicals and materials, and their natural supply, we can design sustainable solutions for our plastic waste and energy problems,” he stated. This sentiment echoes EnergyWorks’s strategic direction, as articulated by MetaWorks President Scott Gallagher. “The amount of plastic that is ending up in the ocean is just shocking and needs to end,” Gallagher remarked. “We look forward to building a sustainable and profitable business together that addresses this massive problem of plastic waste in the US.”

EnergyWorks & MetaWorks’ Highlights

EnergyWorks specializes in converting plastic waste into high-quality diesel fuel. Formed to tackle the mounting global plastic waste crisis, EnergyWorks leverages advanced technology to transform non-recyclable plastics into valuable energy resources, contributing to both environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.

Focus on Sustainability:

  • EnergyWorks is dedicated to reducing plastic waste and promoting cleaner energy alternatives. By converting plastic waste into diesel fuel, the company addresses both environmental pollution and the need for sustainable energy sources.

Leveraging Advanced Technology:

  • Utilizing cutting-edge pyrolysis and catalytic conversion processes, EnergyWorks transforms plastic waste into valuable diesel fuel. This technology is more efficient and environmentally friendly compared to traditional methods of fuel production.

Active Partnerships:

  • EnergyWorks has partnered with EnergyFX, LLC, a company with over 25 years of operational and environmental experience. This collaboration ensures efficient site operations and robust business model economics as EnergyWorks prepares for the commercialization of its first waste-to-energy project.


  • The company is gearing up for the commercial launch of its waste-to-energy project by Q4 2024. EnergyWorks is also in discussions with several potential site locations and feedstock providers, indicating a strong growth trajectory and scalable business model.

Holistic Impact:

  • By addressing the twin issues of plastic waste and fossil fuel dependency, EnergyWorks creates a holistic environmental impact. The company’s solutions not only reduce the volume of plastics in landfills and oceans but also provide cleaner-burning diesel fuel, which benefits various industries and contributes to a more sustainable future.

These achievements underscore EnergyWorks’s commitment to creating sustainable and scalable solutions for global environmental issues.

MetaWorks Platforms has been recognized as an award-winning technology company, highlighting its excellence and leadership in the Web3, AI, and GreenTech spaces. This recognition underscores the company’s commitment to delivering high-quality, impactful solutions.

The company stands tall as the recipient of the Eco-System Excellence – NFT Platform Award. In addition to being award winners…. MetaWorks pioneered the first-ever NFT as a movie with “Zero Contact.” With over a staggering $1.8 million in revenue for 2022, it is far more than a player; it’s a metaverse innovator and diesel fuel creator.

Real-world Relevance

EnergyWorks’s contributions extend beyond technological innovation, impacting everyday life in tangible ways. By transforming plastic waste into clean diesel, the company addresses two major environmental concerns: plastic pollution and fossil fuel dependency. This dual solution not only reduces the volume of plastics in landfills and oceans but also provides a cleaner alternative to traditional diesel fuel, benefiting industries that rely heavily on diesel power, such as transportation, manufacturing, and agriculture.

Looking Ahead with EnergyWorks

EnergyWorks is poised for significant growth as it moves towards commercializing its waste-to-energy technology. The company’s forward-looking goals include expanding its operational footprint, establishing new partnerships, and continuing to innovate in waste management and renewable energy. This optimistic industry forecast, supported by advancements like those at Ames National Laboratory, positions EnergyWorks as a compelling participant in the broader push towards sustainability.


EnergyWorks stands at the nexus of environmental sustainability and energy innovation, offering promising solutions to some of today’s most pressing challenges. As the company prepares for commercialization and further expansion, EnergyWorks’s achievements and future prospects make it a noteworthy contender in the GreenTech sector, poised to drive significant environmental and economic impact.


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VIDEO – St Georges $SX $SXOOF Ramps Up Battery Metals Exploration With 11k Meter Drill Program at Julie Nickel Project $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 4:23 PM on Thursday, May 13th, 2021
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St Georges is advancing 2 projects in Quebec focused on Batttery Metals ( Nickel, Cobalt, Palladium). SX also owns all the active mineral exploration licenses in Iceland with a focus on Gold & Geothermal power, has 19M in cash & investments ( Iconic, Zeus ThreeD, Altair Int. ) and recently created a subsidiary focused solely on the recycling of EV batteries to recover valuable elements. It’s called EVSX.

It is no wonder insiders own close to 17%

It has everything to do with metals. SX is embarking on a very large program that is going to have them drilling for Battery & Platinum Group Metals as they search Quebec for an economic discovery. The Julie Nickel project is going to be drilled this year and probably into next, supplying the market and investors with steady stream of information as they track down a discovery. The Manicouagan Palladium project, also in Quebec, will see enough drilling to develop a Maiden NI 43-101 resource.

St. George Eco Mining (CSE: SX) (OTC: SXOOF)) Interim President & CEO, Herb Duerr sits down to discusses 2021 exploration and its importance to shareholders.

SX Eco-Mining $ $SXOOF Secures Future EV Batteries Recycling Plant & Engineering $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 8:17 AM on Monday, April 19th, 2021

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CNSX:SX.CN)(OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) is pleased to disclose that it has entered a binding term sheet to secure the site and building for its proposed battery recycling plant in the deep seaport of Baie-Comeau on the Québec North Shore.

The parties will have 30 days to finalize and execute a long-form agreement conditional on the positive outcome of the feasibility study already underway. Part of the binding agreement concerns the access to the engineering expertise that will allow the Company to have trained professionals working in the facilities from day one of operations planned for later this year.

Important milestone reached allowing equipment vendors to share information with the newly secured engineering team to accelerate the design of the Baie-Comeau proposed electric vehicle, or EV, battery recycling plant with a target phase 1 production capability of 10,000 annual metric tonnes.

The agreement, a long-term lease with an option to buy the targeted plant, was executed on April 16, 2021, and calls for a long-form agreement to be signed within 30 days. Additionally, a long-form engineering and technical services agreement, with the option to acquire the engineering firm, Roberge Industries Inc., will be included in the final agreement.

St-Georges will design the battery recycling plant to be modular and preassembled to reduce construction and installation costs, timelines, and other challenges. The approach is to have a universal battery recycling plant that can use the procedures for process, safety, and maintenance anywhere in the world, including maintenance management systems with a technology allowing real-time auditing and the generation of tradeable carbon credits as well as machine learning management systems allowing real-time optimization of the process as well as the output based on market needs.

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SX Eco-Mining $ $SXOOF Releases Initial Cathode Material EV Battery Test Results $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:22 AM on Monday, April 12th, 2021
  • 100% of the targeted metals were recycled in situ or selectively leached in solution

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CNSX:SX.CN)(OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) is pleased to disclose the results of its initial electric vehicle (EV) cathode material battery recycling tests aimed at specific car makers and OEM battery specifications.

As previously disclosed in a press release titled Initial Recovery Battery Test Results” dated February 22, 2021, the Company has set aside a significant portion of its laboratories resources to be able to perform “(…) additional tests to optimize the process of recovery of critical elements (…) using synthetic compounds to move the development along faster.” In a subsequent press release titled EV Batteries Recovery Tests Results: Lithium” dated March 18, 2021, the Company disclosed that it had “(…) completed EV battery characterization for the following car makers: Tesla, General Motors (GM), Ford, Toyota, and Nissan. The batteries were sourced from industry aggregators. The Company’s chemists and metallurgists created synthetic powder clones of the metal’s components allowing the testing’s acceleration (…)” Additionally, leveraging the support of some important stakeholders in the success of Company initiatives, St-Georges’ metallurgists were able to gather data on the composition of certain batteries in development or about-to-be commercially deployed in the coming year that are Lithium-Iron-Phosphate or LFP (LiFePO4) based. These not-yet-on-the-market batteries have been conceptually characterized, synthetically reproduced, and tested with the Company’s processing technology.

Four sets of battery category, covering all current car makers previously mentioned, along with the addition of the LFP batteries, have been processed in St-Georges’ contracted pilot-plant installations:

 |Main Core Powder|Chemical Formula      |
 |LCO             |LiCoO2                |
 |LMO             |LiMn2O4               |
 |NMC             |LiNi0.33Mn0.33Co0.33O2|
 |LFP             |LiFePO4               |

Cathode materials results

This initial test campaign’s objective was to determine which metals were put in solution from cathode materials using St-Georges’ proprietary acid-blend. From those experiments, it can be deduced that Lithium, Iron, Phosphate, Cobalt, Nickel, and Magnesium can be expected to be found in solution when using commercial batteries, on top of other metals such as Aluminium, Manganese, and Copper that can be recuperated in situ.

It is important to note that the LFP batteries might require a slightly different process to recycle 100% of the metals. Iron content generates a small amount of magnetism during the process while everything else remains in line with other battery compounds.

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SX Eco-Mining $SX $SXOOF: Received Latest Shipment of Bulk Test Lithium Material from Iconic $ $ $ $

Posted by AGORACOM at 8:34 AM on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX)(OTC:SXOOF) (CNSX:SX.CN) (FSE:85G1) is pleased to disclose that it has received the latest shipment of bulk material from Iconic’s (TSXV:ICM) Bonnie Claire Lithium Project in Nevada.

As previously reported, St-Georges’ metallurgists were able to concentrate through mineral processing and selective leaching the original feedstock by 25 folds, down to 4% of its initial mass where 99.99% of the lithium was leached into solution after 5 minutes at low temperature and normal atmospheric pressure.

Work on the Bonnie Claire Lithium Project material will now resume along side the on-going work being conducted on other hard rock lithium resources. Current efforts of flow sheet optimisation will focus on front-end challenges, like concentration, and also on the later purification stage, where testing of a newly designed bounding solution should reduce the number of steps required to achieve a 99%+ lithium purity.

Current hypothesis developed using an array of lithium feedstocks from different sources indicate the whole closed-loop initial cycle allows a recovery rate of 90% or better.  Reprocessing of the lithium bearing proprietary acid-blend solution eventually achieves higher total recuperation and achieves battery grade purity.


“Enrico Di Cesare”

President & CEO of St-Georges Metallurgy & Director & VP R&D St-Georges Eco-Mining

About St-Georges

St-Georges is developing new technologies to solve some of the most common environmental problems in the mining industry. The Company controls all the active mineral tenures in Iceland. It also explores for nickel & PGEs on the Julie Nickel Project and the Manicougan Palladium Project on the Québec’s North Shore

St-Georges $SX $SXOOF: Iceland – The Floor is Hot Lava $ $ $ $

Posted by AGORACOM at 10:39 AM on Wednesday, March 31st, 2021

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX) (CNSX:SX.CN) (OTC:SXOOF) (FSE: 85G1) would like to provide an update on the volcanic activities from the Geldingadalir volcano located on its Reykjanes provisional mineral exploration license in Iceland.

The volcano has been the site of a minor eruption for approximately 11 days at the time of this release.  St-Georges’ geologists, working under the Company’s subsidiary, Iceland Resources EHF, have taken a few kilos of rocks to obtain additional mineral and metallurgic information about what is now some of the youngest rocks on earth. The material coming out of the volcano has been rich in Magnesium, Iron, and Titanium. This appears to be preliminarily corroborated by observing the samples collected by St-Georges submitted to a Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) reading.

According to the Icelandic government volcanologists, this is about to change with an influx of copper and potentially precious metals with lava originating from a different depth of the mantle.

The Icelandic Meteorological Office (IMO) published a summary of the activities, commenting that: “(…) t he lava is basaltic and highly fluid with little explosive activity. It is a very small eruption, and the lava flow has been steady at 5-7 m3/s since its onset. Currently the extent of the lava field is within Geldingadalur but if the eruption keeps ongoing at a similar rate, it is modeled that the lava will flow east towards Merardalur valley. If the volcano continues to erupt it could eventually end up being categorized as a shield volcano. Shield volcanoes are generally formed over long time periods with lava fields extending from a few to several kilometers around its source. There is no way to tell how long the eruption will last.

The current magma is rich in MgO (8.5%) which indicates that it is from depths of around 17-20 km. There has been constant gas pollution close to the eruption site, spatially determined by local wind conditions. Gases can accumulate to life-threatening levels in certain weather conditions. There have been no indications of significant tectonic movements since the eruption started. There is currently no indication of new openings at other locations along the magma injection path.(…)”.

St-Georges and Iceland Resources would like to invite visiting geologists, volcanologists, journalists, and avid volcano tourists to get in touch with us. We can help organize visits to the site and provide geological support for scientific initiatives relating to the recent volcanic eruptions. We are also planning small group visits to the Thor Gold Project for people interested. Please send us a quick note via our website at

About the Reykjanes exploration license

The Reykjanes provisional license is part of the license application for active exploration work that is being processed by the Icelandic authorities. It covers the area of the active volcano. It is located in the Reykjanes Peninsula near the towns of Keflavik and Grindavik and the International Airport.  Readers can see the prospect area in the map provided by ISOR in Figure 1 below.

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SX Eco Mining: EV Batteries Recovery Tests Results – Lithium $ $ $ $

Posted by AGORACOM at 4:38 PM on Thursday, March 18th, 2021
  • 99.99% of the lithium leached in solution after 5 minutes at low temperature and without applying pressure.
  • completed EV battery characterization for 5 car makers
  • Pilot Testing Next

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX)(OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) (CNSX:SX.CN)is pleased to provide an update on the initial testing phase of an array of electric vehicles batteries it received at its testing installations in Québec.

The Company has completed EV battery characterization for the following car makers: Tesla, General Motors (GM), Ford, Toyota, and Nissan. The batteries were sourced from industry aggregators. The Company’s chemists and metallurgists created synthetic powder clones of the metal’s components allowing the testing’s acceleration.

This is in line with the results obtained previously by the Company’s metallurgical team that was able to leach more than 99% of the cobalt and the nickel contained in the batteries. Furthermore, the aluminium foil used to hold the different metals in the batteries’ core remains intact and can be recycled.  

The Company expects to confirm these results via a series of pilot tests as it now is in possession of car makers’ specific testing protocols. Testing will be documented and independently confirmed.  The Company expects to initiate the next phase, metals purification, in April.  The Company hopes to be able to reduce processing time and increase acid re-usage.

EVSX and St-Georges have also identified some of the key equipment required from industrial equipment manufacturers. They expect to be able to receive the electrolysis equipment during the month of May, allowing the manufacture of lithium hydroxide.

The Company had already disclosed on February 22, 2021, that additional tests to optimize the process of recovery of critical elements were to be conducted using synthetic compounds to move the development along faster. Work is ongoing at multiple locations, speeding up delivery and further protecting intellectual property.

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St-Georges Eco-Mining $SX $SXOOF Reports on Initial Battery Recovery Test Results $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:14 AM on Monday, February 22nd, 2021
  • Initial tests on lithium-ion batteries successful in the recovery of lithium, nickel and cobalt found as a coating on aluminium foil in the core of the batteries.
  • Leached more than 99% of the cobalt and of the nickel contained in the batteries.

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX) (OTC:SXOOF) (FSE: 85G1) (CNSX:SX.CN) is pleased to disclose that its initial tests conducted on an array of lithium-ion batteries have been successful in confirming that the selective leach, conducted with its proprietary blend of acids, allows for the recovery of the lithium, nickel and cobalt that are found as a coating on aluminium foil in the core of the batteries.

The Company’s metallurgical team was able to leach more than 99% of the cobalt and of the nickel contained in the batteries. Furthermore, the aluminium foil used to hold the different metals in the batteries’ core remains intact and can be recycled.  

Company scientists are comfortable that the results obtained on these metals are repeatable and should scale. Initial lithium test results have been in line with expectations and require additional tests at scale prior to disclosure. These additional tests are ongoing, and results are expected sometime in March.

Fig. 1 The metals in solution, to the left the lithium / cobalt circuit, to the right the nickel copper circuit.

For testing, batteries were dismantled at the Company’s contracted pilot plant facility, CIMMS, under the supervision of qualified chemists and metallurgists. Enrico Di Cesare, St-Georges VP Research & Development, established the protocol and supervised the process. The batteries were dismantled manually, and the cores were immersed in St-Georges’ proprietary leach solution for 30 minutes. The Company expects to optimize and reduce this exposure duration with the aim of bringing it closer to the 5 min leach time required by the Nevada clays. Aluminium was taken out of the solution in its solid form and set aside. No test for residues was conducted on the aluminium in the preliminary tests. Metals were then targeted for recuperation in solution. The powders obtained were tested on-site and sent for independent testing by CIMMS

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St-Georges $SX $SXOOF Receives a Letter of Intent & Feasibility Study Partnership Proposal from Regional Industrial Development Agency $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 8:51 AM on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021
  • Received formal offer to enter into a partnership to complete a feasibility study on a proposed site and plant to start EV battery recycling operations in 2021
  • Initiative to recover and recycle key materials from EV batteries in an ecologically sound manner

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX) (CNSX:SX.CN) (OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) has received a formal offer to enter into a partnership to complete a feasibility study on a proposed site and plant in Baie-Comeau, Québec, where the company could start its EV battery recycling operations in 2021.

The Letter of Intent received on February 16, 2021, from Innovation & Dévelopment Manicouagan underlines the local community’s support for the installing of St-George’s first battery plant. St-Georges has identified a specific site for the recycling battery plant, which is already permitted for similar types of operations. Innovation & Dévelopment Manicouagan proposes defining the parameters of the study to encompass all the financial, strategic, technical, and environmental aspects of the project. The partners expect to initiate work on the study by mid-March. Furthermore, they will assist the company in all of its negotiations and permitting process with the provincial and local governments.

Paul Pelosi Jr., President of St-Georges wholly owned EV battery recycling subsidiary, EVSX Corp, commented: “ Innovation & Dévelopment Manicouagan’s intent to partner with St-Georges to complete this feasibility study, validates our initiative to recover and recycle key materials from EV batteries in an ecologically sound manner. The team at St-Georges has done an outstanding job of pulling everything together expeditiously … we are purposefully setting a fast pace, now and in the future, for the development of our battery recycling technology.”

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St-Georges $SX $SXOOF Inks Definitive Agreement with Altair $ $ $ $ATAO

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:21 AM on Friday, February 12th, 2021
  • License and Royalty Agreement for Altair to license St-Georges Metallurgy’s patent-pending extraction methods
  • Altair exclusive master agent to promote the licensing and deployment of the EV Battery Recycling Technology.

St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CNSX:SX.CN)(OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) is pleased to announce that St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp., St-Georges Metallurgy Corp., and Altair International Corp. have entered into a License and Royalty Agreement dated February 11, 2021, for Altair to license St-Georges Metallurgy’s patent-pending extraction methods and technology in separation, recovery, and purification of lithium and to act as an agent of St-Georges’ developing technology in battery recycling.

Pursuant to the License and Royalty Agreement, St-Georges Metallurgy Corp. will grant Altair a non-exclusive license to use the Lithium Extraction Technology for any of Altair’s lithium-bearing prospects in the United States. In exchange for the license, Altair has agreed to grant SX a 5% net revenue royalty on all metals and minerals extracted and processed using any of St. Georges methods or technologies.  This royalty will apply to all  current and future properties in the United States in which Altair has claims. 

In addition, SX will provide Altair with full access to the EV Battery Recycling Technology for the purpose of Altair acting as exclusive master agent to promote the licensing and deployment of the EV Battery Recycling Technology. Altair has the right to appoint sub-agents, each of which will enter into an agency agreement with SX and Altair. In exchange for acting as master agent, SX has agreed to grant Altair a 1% trailer fee on any royalty received by SX from the licensing of the EV Battery Recycling Technology to licensees brought by Altair or its sub-agents. SX has also agreed that it will not solicit any third party with which Altair has initiated discussions to license the EV Battery Recycling Technology or act as a sub-agent for a period of three years from the date that such party initially entered discussions with Altair. Pursuant to the License and Royalty Agreement, SX and SXM retain all ownership rights to the EV Battery Technology and the Lithium Extraction Technology, respectively. In addition, SX retains the right to market, promote, license, and sell the EV Battery Recycling Technology to third parties. The License and Royalty Agreement may be terminated by mutual written consent of the parties. This agreement replaces the parties’ previous agreement, and no additional payments or additional share issuance is to be expected.

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