About GC Green Carbon Inc

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The company was founded to help stop CO2 contamination in the environment and in 2010 began operating a small CO2 Crusher TM.  This zero emissions clean waste to energy approach gave rise to a group of technologies and products. We did this by using clean energy with combustion. CO2 can fertilize plants but it also acidifies open water.

We have evaluated the economics of the carbon products and found several business cases and market opportunities to pursue based on mining the flue gas from combustion of carbon materials.

Core Values of GC Green Carbon Inc.

Our business plan does not rely on carbon taxes or global governance. We envision franchises in a culturally and biologically diverse and increasingly developed but very near pristine free market world, where the water, the Sun and weather is safe and clean. The fully realized potential of our company is global distribution of our non-toxic remediation technologies with highly affordable zero emissions carbon based power generation and waste to energy designs.

We have three executives and three directors and are located in Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada.

 Executive Team

 

Chief Technical Officer

Gilles Brule, P Eng has three decades of top tier engineering and leadership experience as a multidisciplinary planner, scientist, innovator, project manager, designer, and master builder. Gilles built a special environmental chamber for the National Research Council of Canada and operated it in Vancouver BC for nine years.
Chief Science Officer and Founder
Viva Cundliffe, Environmental Engineer, Entrepreneur, is completing a Masters and PhD, is developing the company technology and an emerging science of advanced oxidation and natural remediation with Oxygen, along with having converted CO2 gas into solid carbon materials. She leads the R&D and science communications of the company, and is Chairman of Board.
Director

Marcella LaFever, Ph.D. (University of New Mexico, 2005)

Dr. LaFever teaches in the area of applied workplace communication. Applied contexts include such things as business marketing and public relations, speaking and writing skills for face-to-face and online, group/teamwork process, and instructional skills. To all of these contexts she brings her knowledge of the impact of cultural diversity on all forms of communication interaction.

Dave Schultz, Architect and structural designer, owns and is a managing partner Anvil Ironworks in Kamloops, BC, a 25 year structural steel company.