NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tree Top Industries, Inc. (OTCBB:TTII) ("Tree Top"), after discussion with its Board of Directors and management, will be further developing projects such as the build out of the technology held by BioEnergy Applied Technologies, Inc. ("BAT"), by attending the Global Sources Trade Show in Singapore this November, as well as other sourcing Trade Shows in Hong Kong, China, and India. At the same time, Tree Top will actively be seeking to develop an international presence by finding strategic partners to assist in the overall funding of the development of the "BAT" technology.
BAT, a Tree Top subsidiary, is the owner of proprietary intellectual properties in the areas of hazardous waste destruction and waste-to-energy. These intellectual properties are applied to the construction of systems and equipment designed to facilitate the destruction of pharmaceutical, medical, biological, chemical, red-bag and other hazardous wastes, with clean reusable energy produced as a by-product. The system utilizes cold plasma technology to initiate a chemical reaction inside the unit. The chemical reaction causes enough heat to facilitate the waste destruction, resulting in a drastically reduced carbon footprint, as no incineration is needed.
About Tree Top Industries, Inc.: Tree Top is a development stage company, moving to acquire companies that are in various stages of development. Tree Top uses several different paradigms, including stock exchange, joint venture, cash, and other partnership configurations. Tree Top is a publicly listed, independently audited company that offers structure, transparency, capital and growth potential through various business paradigms. Tree Top can provide the means, through incubation, for domestic, foreign and international private companies to become part of a public entity in good standing, whose securities are publicly traded.
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CONTACT: Tree Top Industries, Inc. Kathy Griffin, President 310-601-4757 email@example.com