Introduction to energy services company Arcis Resources Corp.; $ARCS

Introduction to energy services company Arcis Resources Corp.; $ARCS

Arcis Resources Corporation (“Arcis”) (OTC: ARCS.QB) is an integrated global beneficial reuse and energy services company serving Fortune 500 clients such as General Motors, Waste Management, Heritage, General Motors, Honda, and British Petroleum, among others in both domestic and international markets. ARCIS delivers a world class integrated suite of services comprised of petroleum logistics and distribution, patented fluid recovery services, and beneficial reuse sales.

Arcis is changing the way in which companies dispose of their hazardous waste, non-hazardous waste, oils and petroleum products and is leading the way for those companies to begin converting that waste from a liability and expense into a beneficial reuse product and revenue stream. At its heart, Arcis Resources Corporation is an integrated fluid recovery & beneficial reuse environmental company positioned to be the dominant player in the $50B global beneficial re-use market. The company delivers beneficial reuse and recycling services through three interrelated divisions of the company comprised of:
  • Mobile Fluid Recovery (“MFR”) - Patented fluid recovery technology services and product sales;
  • Arcis Energy (“AE”) - Beneficial reuse sales and marketing; and
  • Arcis Logistics & Distribution (“ALD”) - Logistics and distribution services.
The core of the Company is its Mobile Fluid Recovery Division (MFR). Its patented fluid waste recovery technology “spins” liquid wastes out of industrial absorbent materials resulting in a 35% to 50% expense reduction in absorbent replacement, hazardous waste disposal and regulatory costs.

Through its patented process, MFR has assisted automotive, oil and gas, semiconductor, plastic and other industries in eliminating hazardous waste classification by removing “free liquids” from rags, wipes, booms and absorbents directly at the site of the generator, thus, eliminating the need for manifests to ship hazardous waste. Typically, MFR enters into long term service agreements with the customers giving MFR recurring and predictable revenue streams. MFR maintains and continues to grow it blue chip customer base which includes GM, Honda, Mercedes Benz, Southwest Airlines, Waste Management, among others. In 2010, GM awarded MFR the Environmental Services Supplier of the Year Award.

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