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2016 World Green Energy Symposium Focuses on the Importance of Clean Air, Water, Soil, Food, and Energy

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April 15, 2016, Washington DC

Source: World Green Energy Symposium puts the world on notice to focus soil and water conservation and preservation in the hopes that society will adopt best practices when it comes to healthier food production and cleaner energy.

2016 World Green Energy Symposium, this year held in Washington DC, at University of District of Columbia, at the University’s new energy efficient, award winning LEED facility, April 7, 2016. The WGES put back the focus on the core essence of life, the very building block to all of our existence, water; which affects everything else as humans we do. Once discussions about best practices on how to clean up our fresh water supply were revealed, the conversations turned to our need to focus on clean air, soil, food, and clean-green energy.

Four-time Emmy Winner, former Broadcast Journalist Jan Fox was the event’s emcee and opened the event at 9:30 am introducing special guest and speakers to the podium.

“We want to thank you all for coming today in attending this year’s WGES,” said Professor Robert Gallagher, Executive Chair of the World Green Energy Symposium as he welcomed all guests to the well-attended event, “We intend to share with you methods and ideas on how to solve some of our most pressing societal concerns as it regards our environment, economy, water air and water supply.”

Mr. Tommy Wells, Director of Energy and Environment, with the District of Columbia had first reported to the audience of attendees his findings and experiences at global meetings focused on climate change. Including in his address were factors and trends taking place in developed nations.

“In Europe, there are major metro cities now making policies to cut out the need of any fossil fuel sources, which is forcing the auto industry to change their products to meet these new standards,” shared Wells.

Dr. Sebine O’Hare, Dean of College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability & Environmental Sciences (CAUSE), University of DC, provided insight to sustainable food production and the need for micro food management. Dr. Sebine O’Hare and CAUSE were formally recognized in 2015 by the WGES as a NOVA Award recipient for their advancements in this field.

Ms. JoAnn Hill, and Ron Uba, both with the US Department of Commerce, throughout the day would present economic opportunities for entrepreneurs in the room seeking ways to grow their business in partnering with government to solve environmental issues and concerns. Together their department has been credited in providing millions of dollars in contract opportunities to small business.

The importance of clean air, soil and water conservation and better food growth methods was furthered by R. Sonny Ramaswamy, Director with the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA, where he disclosed examples of working projects aimed at lessening our carbon footprint while meeting the needs of a growing population.

Mr. Michael Jones Bae, spoke about the future and how to harness future opportunities within the green tech, environmental, and energy industry sectors as he gave many words of inspiration for students and entrepreneurs attending the conference.

“Look to the future and do not focus on profits, focus on solving problems, and the opportunities to make a profit will reveal themselves,” Bae added.

Attendees also got a fresh perspective on how the US GSA is handling policy, budgets, and practices to green government building and how to maximize their use, presented by Mr. Kevin Kampschroer, Chief Sustainability Officer for US GSA. His expert panel walked attendees through one of the most extensive undertakings; to convert of one of the oldest GSA buildings in the country, into one of the most modern and energy efficient within its building class without compromising the buildings historical significance. Panelist dedicated time to explain the challenges of such and endeavor and how they overcame challenges to make this building a model for other to follow.

Mr. Paul Puckorius, wrapped up the day’s series of events with commentary directed toward water and waste management; where he lent his experience and expertise on ways we all can help in conserving water, and the importance to be mindful of this value resource.

Professor Gallagher recognized all of the past World Green Energy Symposium NOVA Award Honorees for their contributions to advancements in solving problems associated with environmental and energy issues, as he prepared to recognize the 2016 NOVA Award Class of Honorees.

“We are excited to add to our list of NOVA Award winners, entities and individuals whom have gone beyond the call of duty in improving our lives in the areas of the environment, economy, and energy,”

“They will join the ranks of past Honorees, an elite class that stands out among the many in our society which have taken visionary steps to solve our global warming and climate change issue,”

We have with us today former honorees including the City of Washington DC, CAUSE, City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Dow Chemical, and Extreme Energy Solutions, among others who have demonstrated making steps and development of policies and technologies that lead us to protecting our environment and natural resources, while providing sustainable choices,”

The 2016 Class of Honorees included Ron Uba for his multiple years of dedication and commitment to environmental sustainability and for his ability to align entrepreneurs with public policy, thus spurring off millions of dollars in economic growth. The US GSA also received the honor for its innovation in testing and implementing new green technology, in what is now one of the most energy efficient government buildings in the entire country. The hosting site for the event, the University of District of Columbia was presented with an award for their continued efforts for urban planning that pushes for maximizing and recycling value resources such as water, air, food, and energy.

“This year’s World Green Energy Symposium seemed to focus on the basics, the fundamentals of what fuels our very existence,” contributed Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President, Extreme Energy Solutions, a green tech company located in Ogdensburg New Jersey, and scheduled presenter at the conference.

“There is a continuous theme, and that is that as a society if we can master the basics, the ability to solve environmental problems and concerns will come with more ease.”

“Since all of these elements influence technology, entrepreneurs needs to look to creating the next generation of innovation and products surround these key areas in order to be ahead of the curve,” mentioned Burlum.

For more information about the World Green Energy Symposium go to www.wges.us

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2015 World Green Energy Symposium Combines Policy Making-Industry, Offering Sustainable Economic-Environmental Solutions

March 21, 2015

Washington, D.C.

Source: World Green Energy Symposium recognizes current and former WGES Nova Award Honorees, whom have answered the call to bring public policy and technology together in solving environmental and economic challenges.

2015 World Green Energy Symposium, this year held in Washington DC, at University of District of Columbia, March 12, left no stone unturned in discussing energy, green technology, environmental policy, economic sustainability, as the event offered expertise from many market segments. From government to industry; schools of thought and students to community activist; answers to solve some of today’s most pressing concerns came from every corner of the gathering.

“We want to thank you all for coming today in attending this year’s WGES,” said Professor Robert Gallagher, Executive Chair of the World Green Energy Symposium as he welcomed all guests to the well-attended event, “You will find opportunities galore from industry to government, from schools of thought to community activist, you will not be disappointed by the options of answers you can gather from today’s offerings.”

Four-time Emmy Winner, former Broadcast Journalist Jan Fox was the event’s emcee and opened the event at 9:00 am introducing special guest and speakers to the podium.

Professor Gallagher first recognized all of the past World Green Energy Symposium NOVA Award Honorees for their contributions to advancements in solving problems associated with environmental and energy issues. Then Gallagher took a moment to recognize this, year’s recipient, Dr. Sabine O’Hara, Dean of College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability, and Environmental Sciences (CAUSE) of the University of DC.

“We are honored to add another member to class of NOVA Award Winners. The Current Class includes the City of Washington DC, City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Dow Chemical, and Extreme Energy Solutions, among others who have demonstrated making steps and development of policies and technologies that lead us to protecting our environment and natural resources, while providing sustainable choices,”

“We are honored to present Dr. Sabine O’Hare and CAUSE with this year’s NOVA Award for their efforts in becoming a sustainable land grant site, being totally sustainable, including their construction of this campus,” Gallagher professed.

“We are honored to accept this award. This is not just my award, but a reflection of all of our staff, students, board, alumni, suppliers, and the rest of the individuals who supported our vision for our school,” Dr. O’Hare added, “The city supported our goals, which provided us the opportunity to be the only 100% sustainable University in the District.”

Tribute was paid in accommodations by a number of special guests who included Mr. James Lyons, President of University of DC, who welcomed attendees to the campus and to the event. He was followed by Margaret Singleton, Vice President of DC Chamber of Commerce; Tommy Wells, Acting Director, District Department of the Environment, Government of the District of Columbia; and then Dr. O’Hare wrapped up the morning session showcasing the series of steps CAUSE took to develop their sustainable campus.

The mid-day panel represented opportunities within federal government and presented case studies; steps and initiatives that government has taken to become even more-green, thus saving taxpayer money in the meantime. Panel was led by Mr. Kevin Kampschroer, from GSA who shared the agency’s green building practices; which including the usage of energy efficiency tech, LEED construction practices, and maximizing space.

Ms. Kristine Kingery presented what the Army is doing to become more environmentally friendly in managing its assets and bases around the world. Ms. Jo Anne Hill, with the US Department of Commerce, provided a discussion referencing contract opportunities available for Minority Owned Business Enterprises in the area of sustainability and environmental initiatives by the federal government. The session was concluded by Mr. Landon Van Dyke, with the Department of State, who shared the vision and ongoing practices by the Department of State in greening US Embassies around the world.

The afternoon full of workshops; discussions and question and answer sessions from a number of interests: new technology, transportation solutions, the use of big data to monitor energy usage and energy conservation, understanding public private partnerships were just part of the plethora of sessions one could choose from.

Two of the workshops that stood out were the discussion lead by Mr. Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, who presented a case study and examples about here and now available technology that could lower harmful toxic emissions from vehicles, including advancements made in this technology sector, and the importance of embracing the retrofit technology market. Burlum shared his vision of public policy measures that would allow for green technology to blossom. You can see the complete video at here.

Another well attended workshop provided insight on deploying sustainable technology to the continent of Africa. Panel, moderated by Ron Uba, Department of Commerce-MBDA; led by Mr. Ken Johnson, provided information referencing emerging economies within developing nations. Mr. Johnson discussed examples of countries within Africa who were struggling to meet the demands of water, energy, power, food supply, and alternatives currently being investigated to meet these needs.

Attendees casted their vote of satisfaction as the even came to a close, all leaving with valuable information and contacts from the event.

“There is still much work to be done in this field of practice,” Burlum contributed, “the areas of environmental protection, green technology, alternative energy, sustainability, and policy making that drives the markets to evolve are still very much in their infancy. If you compare this industry to the early days of the .com boom or the early days of the information age, you can see the ‘green industry’ is following those same trends,”

“There are other drivers to the movement of environmental sustainability, which I believe one of them is generational. There are far more X, Y, and Millennial generation individuals who were cultured with a sense of environmental regard for the planet than the previous generations. These generations who grew up with recycling in the classroom; earth day celebrations; they were the generations who have embraced most of the green technology we have today; so it is no surprise that we are seeing large growth in this area. As they exercise their purchasing power, and combine that with their life style habits, you get a demanding market segment who wants more organic and green choices. It’s a trend companies like our welcome in the near future,” mentioned Burlum.

For more information about the World Green Energy Symposium go to www.wges.us

Professor Robert Gallagher and 4 Time Emmy Winner Jan Fox lead the 2015 WGES Event, which included Speakers and Guest from Industry and Government.

Extreme Energy Solutions Representatives were on hand to provide answers on how to lower harmful vehicle emissions and shared ideas on how to increase fuel efficiency.

Dr. O’Hare seen here with Mr. Lyons, Mr. Wells, Ms. Singleton, and Professor Gallagher, as Ms. O’Hare and CAUSE were honored with the 2015 WGES NOVA Award

Extreme Energy Solutions New Eco-Friendly Cleaning Product, Extreme Kleaner a Big Hit with Consumers

November 9, 2014  Ogdensburg, NJ

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74395383_scaled_126x128Extreme Kleaner, a new eco-­friendly cleaner is appearing on the shelves of selected hardware stores, local retailers, and on­line shopping platforms and is making a big splash nationwide with new video advert that has audiences laughing out loud. This popular new household, commercial and industrial green cleaner is made by a small company from Ogdensburg, New Jersey, Extreme Energy Solutions Inc.

Extreme Kleaner, is a new non-­toxic, biodegradable, cleaner­-degreaser, uses a unique formula to address even the toughest dirt and grease and can also be used to help clean mold & mildew, rubber marks, and pet stains, kitchen equipment, car­ boat ­RV exteriors and interiors, and more. But as the old say goes, if it claims to be too good to be true well you know the rest.

So we decided to conduct some studies of our own to make sure the product could stand on its own merit. First the product was tested by the National Sanitation Federation (NSF), who evaluated the product and issued the manufacturer and supplier of Extreme KleanerExtreme Energy Solutions a certificate recognizing that the company complied with the NSF
registration guidelines for proprietary substances and non­food compounds. NSF gave the company the authority to bear the NSF mark on its product and marketing materials, showing that the green cleaner is safe to use around food areas.

NSF commented, “this product (Extreme Kleaner) is acceptable for use as a general cleaner (A1) on all surfaces in and around food processing areas, where it is not intended for direct food contact.”

Next we asked Beverly White, CEO and President of BKW Transformations Group to take a look at the product. BKW, located in New Jersey is a consulting firm that offers expertise and evaluations in the area of strategy, process, technology and organization transformation, and has extensive experience in these areas. BKW is also well known advocate for economic and environmental sustainability. We asked her to test Extreme Kleaner and tell us what she finds.

“I used Extreme Kleaner on my light beige carpet. It was great. After directly spraying on the soiled spot and let set for about three minutes, I used a light colored cloth to message the area. The spot was totally gone. I detected no odor which is important for my allergies,” claimed Ms. White.

Montclair TVWe decided to put the product to one more test. We ran into Elly McGuire, the author of Schmitty the Weather Dog, a childrens book designed to focus on getting kids excited about the science, technology, engineering, and math. Ms. McGuire agreed to try Extreme Kleaner for her own use. Elly, with her partner, Meteorologist Ron Trotta, and even Schmitty himself decided to give the green cleaner and degreaser a try.

“I cleaned the stain right with my dog sitting here. I would never do that with any other cleaner,” McGuire shared, “This stuff is like crazy good. This stuff, Extreme Kleaner, you should have it in your school, hospitals, your home, everywhere.”

McGuire provided an Extreme Kleaner testimonial video that showed just how effective the product was during her experience.

Extreme Kleaner was initially brought to market by Extreme Energy Solutions in July of 2012, and since has been offered on­line, in local New Jersey stores, and recently in larger chain stores.

The product can be found on Amazon.com, KeepAmerica.com, and direct from the product website ExtremeKleaner.com.

2013 brought another big year for the product as it was introduced to local retailers in Sussex County, New Jersey, which played host to the first stores who offered Extreme Kleaner. PostNet, a general purpose printing, shipping and receiving outlet in Jefferson, New Jersey was one of the first to offer the product to its customers. Later it was joined by the Floor Store in Hamburg, NJ, and then one by one, other retailers would join the ranks. In addition to retailers, Extreme Kleaner has been sold direct to end users such as Arrow Fastener in Saddle Brook, NJ, Dunkin Donuts in Stockholm, NJ and restaurants in the Northern New Jersey area as well.

Dorn True Value Midvale CornerExtreme Kleaner soon became available in a number of True Value Hardware Stores, located throughout the tri­state area, including locations in New Jersey of Montclair, and Lincoln Park; Milford, Dingmans Ferry, Newfoundland, and in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania; as well as Port Jervis and Goshen New York. And even stores in Madison, Wisconsin have joined the ranks of new distributors.

Extreme Kleaner has also been noticed by the press. Natural Awakenings Magazine recently featured Extreme Kleaner under its product spotlight segment in its October 2014 issue that covers southern Wisconsin readership. It was also highlighted on the show, Today in America, hosted and Narrated by NFL Football Legend Terry Bradshaw.

“We are pleased with the progress that Extreme Kleaner has made over the last few months,” commented Samuel K. Burlum; CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., “Selected True Value Hardware stores have been receptive to our program in providing a local delivery system for our product to expand our fan base reach. We are thankful for all of the True Values that have chosen to partner with us.”

The Ogdensburg, New Jersey Company and Samuel K. Burlum has been nationally recognized for its efforts in the green industry. It received the 2013 NOVA Award from the World Green Energy Symposium, at its New York City Conference. The Company and its CEO were also awarded a proclamation by the Passaic Valley Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 181 naming Extreme Energy Solutions as Passaic Countys 2013 Company of the Year in the area of Professional Environmentally Friendly Energy Products.

Extreme Energy Solutions was founded in 2008 and began as a third party research and development consulting service firm, later transitioning into a developer, manufacturer, and distributor of other green products. Extreme Kleaner is Made in the USA, by being manufactured and packaged in New Jersey. The company is also a large supporter of veterans, as many of their staff have served in the military.

Extreme Honored with 2013 WGES NOVA Award

March 27, 2013  New York City, NY

DSC_7491The World Green Energy Symposium (WGES) 2013, this year at Hunter College in New York City, offered a reel of environment, technology, energy, and economic experts who hailed from the private sector, government, and educational institutions. The day began with the Opening Ceremony, lead by Frank Basile, Metropolitan Opera Performer, who sang the National Anthem, during the presentation of the American Flag. Professor Robert Gallagher, Executive Chair of the World Green Energy Symposium, welcomed the many attendees and speakers to the event. He also lead in recognizing the efforts of leading entities and/or individuals who are making a significant contribution in improving the quality of life through economic and environmental sustainability.

There are a few people here today who have made a major difference in many people’s lives by addressing environmental concerns,” Gallagher began, “The first person and company I want to recognize is a company who begun in a local garage, taking their talents from the automotive performance industry, and began to put those skills to work in solving one of society’s most pressing concern; mitigating harmful emissions that are result of our use of fossil fuels.”

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., lead by a bright young man, Samuel K. Burlum, their CEO, have developed many solutions to bridge the technology that we are using today, current internal combustion engines powered by gasoline and diesel, including a hardware component that is a simple retrofit, a here and now solution, that will aid toward the transition to the green fuels and vehicles of the future.”

Samuel K. Burlum is the next Steve Jobs, and Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., is the next Apple, but of in the green technology industry,” added Professor Gallagher.

WGES Logo“I am humbled and honored in accepting the NOVA Award on behalf of Extreme Energy Solutions Inc.; on behalf of my staff, my Board of Directors, our shareholders, and our clients alike. As a society we need to accept that some of the best game changing solving solutions can come from smaller entities,” commented Samuel K. Burlum, during the acceptance of the Award, “In forums such as this, policy makers, inventors, individuals from the business community, and people from schools of thought, need to continue to work together so we can bring value back to main street. We commend Professor Gallagher and everyone in attendance today, who have committed themselves in making a difference.”

Following the presentation of the 2013 WGES NOVA Award to Mr. Burlum, was a presentation to a second individual making a difference on another level. Professor Robert Gallagher also presented the 2013 WGES NOVA Award to Father Philip Judge, a priest who instituted a complete sustainability plan within his parish, that took all of the facilities under his direction, in the green direction. This included a solar project, urban garden project, renovations utilizing building materials from recycled materials, and managed to undertake the project without any funding from the Catholic Church Consolidated System.

When asked why Extreme Energy Solutions chosen for the 2013 WGES NOVA Award, Professor Gallagher responded, “Extreme Energy Solutions was chosen on its potential impact on reducing emissions from existing gasoline and diesel engines that currently comprise the majority of vehicles on the road today. The SMART Emissions Reducer is a cost effective retrofit that provides an immediate solution for today’s environmentally conscious consumers that are looking to reduce these harmful emissions while benefiting from better fuel economy.”

Past recipients of the Nova Award have included DOW, Drexel University, and the City of Philadelphia for its GreenWorks Program.

Later Mr. Burlum, lead a panel discussion that served as platform in sharing strategies on taking a grass roots technology into a main stream market. In the presentation, Burlum demonstrated the positive benefits of such grass roots innovations and the impacts they can have on effecting harmful emissions levels, fuel consumption, and job creation. Burlum is no stranger to the WGES Circuit. In 2012 Burlum presented answers for those looking for transportation solutions, and was teed up on a panel discussion with Akili West, President Reclamation Energy LLC, who together offered a back to basics technology as a way to transition from current fleet challenges of today to cost effective innovation and infrastructure of tomorrow. Burlum has also spoken at the Sustainability Summit (2012 in NYC), discussing innovative green supply chain development.

“The WGES Forum focused on sustainable energy technology as well as innovations in existing technologies as the vantage point in the new economy for creating and maintaining jobs, contract opportunities and exporting prospects all leading to economic vitality and a healthier planet.” stated Professor Gallagher, Executive Chairman of the WGES.

“The 2013 WGES NYC Forum was a one day fully packed program where you met opportunity face to face as it attracted the top experts who unveiled programs and contracts in the billions of dollars. You will saw firsthand a selective top group of innovative technologies and products for energy savings in usage,” added Professor Gallagher, “the program is always quality driven with your success in mind to not only help the environment but to also harness associated economic benefits.”

The World Green Energy Symposium is a forum that brings scientist, government leaders, policy makers, economic and environmental organizations, tech and energy companies, and folks from the schools of thought to get together and sit at the table in sharing ideas and presenting solutions to some of society’s most pressing challenges in energy, environment, and economic policy. The WGES is in its fourth year, having a previous presence in Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

“Having the WGES in our own back yard was a win. New York is a great city, where the New York City Taxi and Limo Commission recognized our flagship product, the SMART Emissions Reducer, permissible for use by vehicles under their rule making. It makes a big statement that a worldly forum and the first agency to recognize our company’s value creation can come together in such a short period of time,” continued Burlum.

“This forum also allowed for us to present additional bragging rights about our launching of other successful projects, including with the Philadelphia Parking Authority SMART Emissions Reducer Trial Program, and launching of the flagship product available through selected Car Dealer Service Centers, including with Straub GMC/Buick, in Keyport, New Jersey just a short few weeks ago.”

For more about World Green Energy Symposium, visit the website http://www.worldgreenenergysymposium.us

TheAlternativePress.com Celebrates Official Launch In Sussex County

July 18, 2012  Ogdensburg, New Jersey

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ees board 1A group of more than 100-strong celebrated the official launch of the sites for TheAlternativePress.com throughout Sussex County Saturday at Extreme Energy Solutions’ world headquarters.

Al Cole, CBS Radio and Live 365 radio personality emceed the event, which included Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Jennifer Jean Miller who is Managing Editor and CEO of The Alternative Press of Sussex County (a licensee for TheAlternativePress.com sites), and Michael Shapiro, Founder, Publisher, and CEO of TheAlternativePress.com.

“We at TheAlternativePress.com are thrilled to be expanding to every town in Sussex County today under the leadership of Jennifer Jean Miller,” said Shapiro. “It also marks the beginning of an acceleration of our expansion as we license the site to entrepreneurs and journalists, and empower them to start their own online newspapers all over New Jersey and beyond.”Jennifer miller 2

In addition to shareholders and members of the staff and board of Extreme Energy Solutions in attendance, Miller introduced reporters and marketing consultants in attendance at the event who included: Danielle Nifenecker, Alley Shubert, Jeff Morace, Brian Thomas, George Leroy Hunter, and Jane Primerano (Sarah Schnurr, one of the news organization’s other reporters, was unable to attend the event).

Miller and Burlum also introduced current members of the Advisory Board: Richard Pompelio (founder of the New Jersey Crime Victims’ Law Center), George Graham (Stanhope Council President and Secretary of the Sussex County League of Muncipalities), Patricia A. Singer (Follow Me Social Media), and Thomas A Russo, Jr. (unable to attend the event, Russo is the Town of Newton Town Manager).

Mike ShapiroLocal government officials in attendance included: Graham, Sussex County Freeholder Parker Space, and Sussex Borough Mayor Jonathan Rose.

Prior to the launch of the site, attendees had the opportunity to network with one another over breakfast, and following, continue to network and lunch together.

After lunch, CEO/President of the firm, Samuel K. Burlum introduced members of the Extreme Energy Solutions Board of Directors.

Employees were also recognized for their accomplishments throughout the country, as well as provided reports about operations nationwide.

Company Board of Directors introduced included: Jay Wolff, Phillip Castelberg, William Lamb, and Mark Ringen. Regional Representatives introduced were: Mario Aldini, Phil Sherman, Bill Pereca, and Jeffrey Lamb. Barry Smith, and Thomas Sweeney reported on activities for the company’s operations in their regions. Other employees recognized were: Martha Sweeney (SMART Air Fuel Saver), and Roseann Turkington, Executive Assistant and Human Resources.

Burlum presented a donation from the company as well to the non-profit group, Spirit of the Arts Foundation, which helped to coordinate the event. Burlum is on the board of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation.

“This man doesn’t know the word, ‘cant,’” said Sandy Mitchell, Founder and Director of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation of Burlum.Sandy Mitchell 1

Some programs the Spirit of the Arts Foundation oversees include an anti-bullying program, and markets throughout the area, including one at the Sussex Airport.

Extreme Energy Solutions oversees companies including SMART Air Fuel Saver, Fleet Worx Leasing LLC, Extreme Off Road, LLC and products such as Extreme Kleaner and SIdewinder.

“The launch of The Alternative Press of Sussex County LLC is significant for the county,” said Burlum. “Residents of the community, local government, and the businesses in the area now have a platform in which they can get local news content in real time, thus providing for transparency in local government activities with local citizens.  Businesses now have a tool of communication that can be used to notify the public of special events and announcements with their audience. “The Alternative Press.com is a win-win.”

“This weekend gave Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. the opportunity to demonstrate value creation for its shareholders, clients, and concerned community interest,” Burlum continued. “Our shareholders were very pleased with the progress of our company; including the benchmarks achieved, and the accomplishments that have aided in the company’s success.  Our initiatives and announcements of job creation, that all of our products will be made in the USA; the majority of them made here in New Jersey, makes Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. a very valuable asset to the community it calls home.”