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Peter Vinall

Chief Executive Officer

Sustane Technologies Inc.

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Cellulose Partners Inc.


President and Chief Executive Officer

Aditya Birla Group


Senior Engineering and Management Roles

Boise Cascade Corporation


President and Chief Executive Officer

Fortress Paper Ltd


President

Sateri International


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www.atlanticbiorefineryconference.ca

A disruptive technology that eliminates the need for landfills will soon be operational on Nova Scotia's South Shore, according to Peter Vinall, CEO of Chester-based Sustane Technologies Inc.
Sustane has developed technology that allows solid waste destined for landfills to be made into clean and valuable products such as fuel pellets. The Sustane facility to be built near the Chester landfill at Kaizer Meadow will divert over 90 per cent of material away from the landfill. Vinall said the Sustane technology is unlike other techniques that create biomass from waste because it lowers contamination by plastics to a negligible 0.1 per cent. Such a low point of contamination means the products have commercial value. "This is the first technology that can take raw garbage destined for landfill and separate it into clean products," said Vinall, who has worked around the world in the bio-energy and pulp and paper industries. Sustane was the overall winner in the 2016 I-3 Technology Start-up Competition, the biennial contest run by Innovacorp, which recognizes the best new innovative business in Nova Scotia. The company's winnings totaled $225,000. "The win brings money which is always important, but more than that is the validation," said Vinall, whose previous roles include president and CEO of the AV Group in New Brunswick. Vinall and De La Fuente met three years ago. When we combined this with a new cleaning idea we had the complete solution...." Vinall said.


www.atlanticbiorefineryconference.ca

A disruptive technology that eliminates the need for landfills will soon be operational on Nova Scotia's South Shore, according to Peter Vinall, CEO of Chester-based Sustane Technologies Inc.
Sustane has developed technology that allows solid waste destined for landfills to be made into clean and valuable products such as fuel pellets. The Sustane facility to be built near the Chester landfill at Kaizer Meadow will divert over 90 per cent of material away from the landfill. Vinall said the Sustane technology is unlike other techniques that create biomass from waste because it lowers contamination by plastics to a negligible 0.1 per cent. Such a low point of contamination means the products have commercial value. "This is the first technology that can take raw garbage destined for landfill and separate it into clean products," said Vinall, who has worked around the world in the bio-energy and pulp and paper industries. Sustane was the overall winner in the 2016 I-3 Technology Start-up Competition, the biennial contest run by Innovacorp, which recognizes the best new innovative business in Nova Scotia. The company's winnings totaled $225,000. "The win brings money which is always important, but more than that is the validation," said Vinall, whose previous roles include president and CEO of the AV Group in New Brunswick. Vinall and De La Fuente met three years ago. When we combined this with a new cleaning idea we had the complete solution...." Vinall said.


globalpapersecurity.com [cached]

Filed UnderChad Wasilenkoff, Cogeneration, dissolving pulp, Donald Deer, Fortress Paper Ltd, Fortress Specialty Cellulose Inc, NBHK, Peter Vinall, Pierre Monahan, specialty cellulose, TSX: FTP, Vincent Byrne
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA-(Marketwire - June 3, 2010) - Fortress Paper Ltd. (TSX:FTP) ("Fortress Paper" or the "Corporation") announces the following appointments at its wholly-owned subsidiary, Fortress Specialty Cellulose Inc. ("Fortress Specialty"): Peter Vinall as President and Chief Executive Officer, Vincent Byrne as Vice President, Technical Development and Donald Deer as Projects Leader. In announcing the appointments, Chad Wasilenkoff, CEO of Fortress Paper commented: "We are very pleased to have someone of Peter Vinall's extensive experience and track record joining our team. Peter Vinall commented: "Having recently relocated back to Canada, I am excited to now join the Fortress team and lead the conversion of the Fortress Specialty Cellulose Mill into a high quality specialty cellulose mill. The Mill has good access to fibre supply and a reputation for high quality NBHK production which will continue with the restart which is underway. Our aim is to leverage these strengths and transform the asset base with extensive technological upgrades and a state of the art cogeneration facility with the goal of becoming a low cost producer and industry leader in the specialty cellulose sector." Mr. Vinall has approximately 30 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry and was the former President of Sateri International Pulp Group, a global leader in the specialty cellulose business. Prior to joining Fortress Specialty, Mr. Vinall held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of AV Group where he led the conversion of an NBHK pulp mill to produce dissolving pulp. Mr. Vinall obtained an MBA from Tulane University, New Orleans, and a B.E in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.


www.skeena.ca [cached]

Peter VinallVice President, Supply Chain Management


specialtycellulose.com [cached]

Mr. Chadwick Wasilenkoff, Chief Executive Officer, Alfonso Ciotola, President, Erich Sulser, Chief Operating Officer, Kurt Loewen, Chief Financial Officer and Peter Vinall, Chief Executive Officer of Fortress Specialty Cellulose Inc. will host the call.


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