ZEOX Corporation engages in the processing and distribution of zeolites for use in environmental and industrial markets in Canada and the United States. The company is focused on identifying and developing uses of chabazite in environmental and industrial applications. Its main markets include: environmental remediation applications for air, water and soil; radioactive waste containment applications; mercury removal from coal burning utilities’ and other industries’ stack gases; purification (removal of hydrogen sulfide and water) of natural gas streams; specialty sorbents and catalyst applications in processing; and lightweight Zeolite Concretes for the completion of oil and gas production wells and for construction applications. The company delivers its zeolite based products to commercial markets from its United States wholly owned subsidiary, ZEOX Mineral Materials Corp. (ZMMC). ZMMC has built production capacity based on its mineral deposits and processing facilities in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Montana. White Cliffs Facility White Cliffs Facility consists of a diatomaceous earth property consisting of 20 unpatented placer mining claims covering 3,120 acres situated in the Mammoth Mining District, Pinal County, Arizona. It has a reclamation bond, plant facilities and equipment located near Mammoth, Arizona approximately 50 miles northeast of Tucson. The plant is estimated to have an annual capacity of 30,000 tons. Ash Meadows Facility The company’s subsidiary, Ash Meadows LLC, engages in the development, mining, processing, distribution, and sale of zeolite resources and the lease of certain real property on which a processing facility is located near the Nevada and California border. Butte Facility The Butte Montana production facilities include a 44,000 square foot building with mineral processing equipment, laboratory, and control center. The facilities are located on eight acres of land serviced with a rail siding for delivery and shipping. The company has access to 26 acres of adjoining land for expansion of operations. The capacity for zeolite processing is estimated at 120,000 tons per annum. ZEOX Performance Materials LLC ZEOX developed an advanced technology product development centre in Tucson, Arizona. The company holds the mineral rights to the Burro Creek saponite clay deposit located in Arizona. Nanostructured Minerals Corporation (NMC) The company incorporated Nanostructured Minerals Corporation and acquired the assets of the Palo, Saskatchewan sodium sulfate processing plant and mines in September 2007. The facilities complete a rail link with the company’s production facilities in Arizona, Nevada and Montana. The NMC facility consists of 682 acres of land, 5,930 acres of mineral leases, buildings, plant and equipment, inventory, mobile equipment and rail siding. ZEOX Minerals de Mexico, S.A de C.V. (ZMM) The company, in June 2008, established ZEOX Minerals de Mexico, S.A de C.V., as a wholly owned subsidiary incorporated in Mexico and headquartered in Hermosillo, Mexico. The establishment of ZMM provides the company with an opportunity to expand its resources and service markets in Mexico, Central America and South America. ZMM entered into an option agreement with Mariano Baltierrez Hernandez and Roberto Baltierrez Hernandez of Sonora, Mexico for the purchase of 200 hectares of mineral claims in the state of Sonora, Mexico. The concession for claims contains an occurrence of chabazite zeolite similar to ZEOX’s chabazite claims near Bowie, Arizona. Collaborative Commerce Agreements ZEOX signed a collaborative Advanced Zeolite Technologies Market Development Agreement to utilize ZEOX’s products and technologies in Asia with Logician, a private Hong Kong development company.
zeox corp (ZOXCF:OTC US)
255 17th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2S 2T8
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