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    #31
    UK faces build-up of plastic waste

    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-42455378

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      #32
      Alberta municipalities explore options for eliminating recyclable products

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        #33
        Why China doesn't want your waste anymore

        http://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-425...-waste-anymore

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          #34
          Bioplastics Threaten Big Oil

          https://oilprice.com/Alternative-Ene...n-Big-Oil.html

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            #35
            Theresa May vows to eliminate UK's plastic waste by 2042

            http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a8152446.html

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              #36
              CIELO ANNOUNCES OPERATIONAL UPDATE, GRANT OF OPTIONS AND RSUS AND EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENT

              Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. is making an operational update, grant of options and restricted share units (RSUs), and an executive appointment.

              Don Allan, president and chief executive officer, stated: "We are progressing strongly with the start of 2018. Everyone on the team is working diligently to get our first continuous flow refinery up and operational. We are pleased to officially welcome Michael Yeung to our team as vice-president, business development and capital markets. Mr. Yeung has been working with us for the past two years in a consultancy capacity and we are pleased to have him join us in an executive capacity. We are excited and believe 2018 is going to be a banner year as we move into commercial production."

              Operational update

              Cielo is moving forward with the construction of its first continuous flow refinery and is pleased to advise that Cielo obtained four major pieces of equipment from a previous auction at significant discount to originally budgeted prices. While Cielo has encountered some delays, management believes that Cielo is still on track to be "on stream" by late spring 2018 -- subject to uncontrollable elements. This has resulted from: 1) the delay of long lead items by up to eight weeks from originally anticipated delivery dates; and 2) as Cielo moves along the construction process, designs are consistently refined and require the addition of more equipment, increasing the duration of the construction process.

              Executive appointment

              Cielo is also pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Yeung as vice-president, business development and capital markets. Mr. Yeung has over 15 years of capital markets and private markets experience. Mr. Yeung has experience with raising capital (either debt or equity), mergers and acquisitions, debt/equity structures, valuations, research, and equity markets. Previously, he was at Second City Capital as director of investments and prior to that had held senior roles at various investment banks including acting as a publishing equity research analyst at various shops. Mr. Allan states, "We believe Mr. Yeung's experience will be an asset for the company to move to its second stage of growth."

              Options, grants and pricing

              Cielo also announces a grant of stock options and a grant of RSUs in accordance with the terms and conditions of Cielo's fixed stock option plan and its restricted share unit plan, respectively, both plans most recently approved at the company's annual special and general meeting of the shareholders, held on Oct. 26, 2017. A total of 4.74 million options and 4.75 million RSUs were issued to certain officers, directors, employees and consultants of the company

              The options are exercisable for a period of three years from the date of grant at a price of 25 cents per share and vest immediately. The RSUS vest at various times over a period of three years or less from the date of grant.

              About Cielo Waste Solutions Corp.

              Cielo holds the exclusive licence for the global rights to a transformational, patent-pending technology that can convert garbage-derived feedstocks to renewable diesel at a significantly lower cost than biofuel companies. The garbage-derived feedstocks include sorted municipal solid waste (garbage), wood and agriculture waste, tires, blue-box waste, all plastics, and virtually any other cellulous waste product which can be converted into high-grade renewable diesel.

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                #37
                First load of equipment leaving for production plant.

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                  #38
                  Nearly 1m tonnes every year: supermarkets shamed for plastic packaging

                  https://www.theguardian.com/environm...stic-packaging

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                    #39
                    To reiterate our story.

                    The Global Advanced Biofuels Market is expected to grow from $8.64 billion in 2016 to reach $99.74 billion by 2023 with a CAGR of 41.8%.” Statistics MRC.

                    Cielo Waste Solutions (CSE:CMC) is commercializing a transformational, patent-pending, technology that can convert multiple different waste streams into renewable diesel, at a significantly lower cost than biofuel companies. Landfills are one of the world’s leading contributors to Green House Gas emissions and are projected to double in size over the next 7 years. Cielo can potentially resolve this crisis, on a cost-effective basis, by converting multiple different waste-derived feedstocks, including sorted municipal solid waste (garbage), wood and agriculture waste, tires, blue-box waste, all plastics and virtually any other cellulous waste product into high grade renewable diesel.

                    Near term goals and objectives:
                    • Currently executing Phase 1 of development program
                    • Provincial Permit grant expected in a few months
                    • Full scale continuous operations expected shortly after grant of provincial permit
                      • Expectation of first production by late spring 2018
                    • Phase II expected to start months after Phase I
                    • 2018 expected to be packed with activities

                    Cielo is delivering on its promise to build its first commercial-grade renewable diesel refinery. Construction is well underway at its High River facility– proving that its proprietary technology will be able to convert multiple different waste feedstocks including landfill waste into high-grade, renewable diesel has moved the company from demonstration to commercial stage.

                    The key takeaways of our story are the following:

                    • Proven Technology - millions spent to develop proprietary process that has been tested and 3rd party validated in production scale demonstration plant
                    • Patent – Process Patent has been filed in the USA
                    • Lowest Cost Producer – 50% lower than the import price/liter
                    • Construction Started - Purchased $10.2M idle bio-diesel plant for $2.3M and have now begun retrofitting the existing demo plant
                    • Permits – Municipal Permit approved, Provincial Permit filed
                    • Tremendous Growth Potential – Rapidly growing global demand
                    • First Cash Flow – Expected in months not years
                    • EBITDA POTENTIAL – $14 Million / Yr per each 1,824 liter/hour (15M liters/year) Refinery representing less than 1 year payback per refinery

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                      #40
                      Corp Presentation

                      http://aheadoftheherd.com/Advertisin...on-Feb2018.pdf

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                        #41
                        The Dark Side of America’s Rise to Oil Superpower

                        https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...oil-superpower

                        "The quality of shale oil is so high that it yields little diesel, the fuel that powers manufacturing."

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                          #42
                          Ahead of the Herd Newsletter – 2018 Issue One
                          Saturday, February 3rd

                          Dear Readers,

                          This week's issue of your Ahead of the Herd Newsletter is now available. Please click on the link below to read.

                          Newsletter

                          Thank you.

                          Rick Mills

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                            #43
                            AWESOME NEWS!!!
                            Cielo Announces Alberta EPEA Permit Application Update

                            Cielo Announces Alberta EPEA Permit Application Update

                            Vancouver, British Columbia (FSCwire) - CSE:CMC: Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. ("Cielo" or the "Company") announces the receipt of a letter from the Government of Alberta’s department of Environments and Parks, which reads in part that “The Director considers the application to be complete for the purpose of public consultation.” The receipt of this letter advances the approval process with respect to Cielo’s permit application pursuant to the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (EPEA). Receipt of the permit is required for Cielo to operate its first continuous flow refinery, which is designed and being built on Cielo’s Aldersyde/High River property to produce high grade renewable diesel. Management believes that the receipt of this letter represents a significant milestone in the approval process. The next step will be for Cielo to post a Public Notice in two publications for thirty days and, shortly following the expiry of this thirty-day period, it is anticipated that the full permit would be awarded to Cielo.

                            Don Allan, President and CEO, stated “We are extremely pleased to have received our acknowledgement of completeness as to our EPEA permit application. It is confirmation that this critical step is now almost behind us and the anticipated timing for receiving our permit is on schedule. This will facilitate us being able to commission our refinery and place it on-stream by late spring. We now look forward to continuing our progress and reporting it to our investors and stakeholders.”

                            For more information please contact:

                            Cielo Waste Solutions Corp.
                            Don Allan, President & CEO
                            (403) 348-2972 Ext. 101
                            donallan@cielows.com
                            www.cielows.com

                            About Cielo Waste Solutions Corp.

                            Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. is a publicly traded company with its shares listed to trade on the Canadian Securities Exchange (“CSE”) under the symbol “CMC”. Cielo holds the exclusive license for the global rights to a transformational, patent-pending, technology that can convert garbage-derived feedstocks to renewable diesel, at a significantly lower cost than biofuel companies. The garbage-derived feedstocks include sorted municipal solid waste (garbage), wood and agriculture waste, tires, blue-box waste, all plastics and virtually any other cellulous waste product into high grade renewable diesel.

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                              #44
                              Cielo Waste Solutions Received Important Permitting News

                              The pullback earlier this week in the stock markets did not spare Cielo Waste Solutions (CSE:CMC), but it was brief. Hopefully sharp aheadoftheherd.com CMC shareholders took advantage of the opportunity to load up on more shares because the stock jumped on Thursday by 13.7%!

                              There’s more good news. Cielo just received a letter from the Alberta Government stating that the permit application for its Aldersyde/High River property to produce high-grade renewable diesel is moving forward nicely.

                              “The Director considers the application to be complete for the purpose of public consultation,” reads the letter from the Department of Environment and Parks. Cielo requires the permit to operate its first continuous flow renewable diesel refinery.

                              “We are extremely pleased to have received our acknowledgement of completeness as to our EPEA permit application. It is confirmation that this critical step is now almost behind us and the anticipated timing for receiving our permit is on schedule,” said Don Allan, President and CEO. “This will facilitate us being able to commission our refinery and place it on-stream by late spring. We now look forward to continuing our progress and reporting it to our investors and stakeholders.”

                              This is a major catalyst that pushes Cielo one step closer towards becoming one of the most revolutionary plays the Venture exchange has ever seen given what they’re trying to tackle.

                              Cielo's renewable or “green” diesel can be made by running any fibrous material through a catalyst, whose ingredients are proprietary. Eligible materials include landfill waste, plastics, organics like table scraps or lawn clippings, cardboard, sawdust and tires.

                              Cielo Waste Solutions Corp.: Exclusive Renewable Diesel Technology Turns Trash Into Cash

                              In Canada the Renewable Fuels Regulations, in place since 2010, require fuel producers and importers to have an average renewable fuel content of at least 2% based on the volume of diesel fuel and heating distillate oil that they produce or import into Canada with the goal of reducing Canada's greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent from 2005 levels by 2020. Many Provinces have also added their own mandated blending ratios.

                              The demand for biodiesel in Canada is estimated at 600 million litres a year.

                              For its product Cielo is initially targeting Alberta gasoline and diesel refiners, of which there are currently only about half a dozen.

                              The company forecasts it will be able to charge around 25 percent more for its renewable diesel than traditional biodiesel, due to it being higher grade, usable year round, and has a longer shelf life due to its zero water content.

                              Up to last summer Cielo had been running a demonstration plant in Red Deer, AB. That demonstration plant has been disassembled and relocated to High River, AB. It’s being retrofitted into a 350 liter an hour continuous flow refinery that will be the Company’s first commercially viable plant, with another to follow. The second plant will be designed to produce renewable diesel at a rate of 1,800 liters per hour, a 500% increase from the Company’s proof of concept retrofitted demonstration plant..

                              According to a short note I received from Michael Yeung, VP Business Development & Capital Markets:

                              We are not sitting still and our main focus is to generate long term returns for our shareholders.

                              We are currently focusing on the things we can control such as:
                              • We are continuing to focus on getting into production on schedule. Our fabrication is working around the clock.
                              • Our engineers are continuously "dotting the "I"s and crossing the "t"s to ensure a smooth on-stream
                              • Our compliance and permitting team is working diligently with the government to move our approvals forward and pushing as hard as they can. We believe we should hear comments back from the government over the next 4 to 6 weeks. This isn’t too far away. Permits are on schedule and keeps us on track for a late spring on-stream date.
                              • Our capital markets team are working to get in front of existing and new investors to spread the story. We were just recently in Vancouver. We will be in Toronto February 22nd and February 23rd. So if you are in downtown Toronto on either dates let me know if you would like to sit down and hear our story or get an update.
                              • We believe we are materially undervalued and only months away from running our first continuous refinery - a technology that could be worth billions.”

                              Despite decades of educating North Americans on the benefits of recycling, plus cutting-edge technologies that sort and recycle everything from tires to table scraps, billions of tonnes of garbage continue to be landfilled every year.

                              According to Natural Resources Canada, in a lifetime the average North American will throw away 600 times his or her weight in garbage, meaning a 150-pound adult will heave 90,000 pounds of trash into the dumpster from birth to death.

                              It's estimated that globally, solid-waste generation will triple to 11 million tons a day by the end of this century – in spite of the fact that we are running out of landfill space, especially in land-constrained places like Japan and Europe.

                              The World’s Garbage is a huge problem, made worse by China’s recent decision to ban imports of recyclables. But Cielo has a solution, and it could be BIG.

                              I expect a lot more news and activity in the market as they move closer towards launching their next phase of development so make sure you stay tuned.

                              Rick

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                                #45
                                Cielo expects permit in a month. CMC might not be able to help with the junk in the GPGP but on land....

                                Rick Great Pacific Garbage Patch is 16 times bigger than previously estimated, study finds

                                http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/gr...atch-1.4582626

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