JBI, Inc. to Present at 21st Annual North American Waste-To-Energy Conference (NAWTEC)

Posted Apr 22nd, 2013

Niagara Falls, New York, April 22, 2013 - JBI, Inc. (the “Company” or “JBI”) (OTCQB: JBII), a clean energy company that recycles waste plastic into liquid fuels, is pleased to announce that company founder and Chief of Technology John Bordynuik will be amongst presenters this year at the 21st annual North American Waste-To-Energy (“NAWTEC”) Conference in Fort Myers, Florida. The conference takes place April 22 - 24, 2013.


NAWTEC is recognized as the industry’s premier technical conference and trade show focusing on municipal waste-to-energy operational issues and policy, the latest in legislative updates that impact waste-to-energy companies, as well as technology and research initiatives.


In conjunction with NAWTEC, company founder and Chief of Technology John Bordynuik’s peer-reviewed paper entitled “Viable Production of Diesel from Non-Recyclable Waste Plastics” will be published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (“ASME”). This paper discusses the evolution of the Company’s proprietary Plastic2Oil® (“P2O”) process and the technological challenges faced and overcome by the company during its brief history.


“It is exciting to have John represent our company at NAWTEC this year, as well as to have his peer-reviewed paper published by ASME,” stated JBI CEO Kevin Rauber.


More information on the NAWTEC conference can be at http://nawtec.swana.org.


About JBI, Inc.
JBI, Inc. is a clean energy company that recycles waste plastic into liquid fuels. JBI’s proprietary Plastic2Oil technology can deliver economic and environmental benefits by replacing refined fuels and diverting waste plastic from landfills. For further information, please visit www.plastic2oil.com.

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Chris Irons
Corporate Communications & Investor Relations Manager


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