Greenbelt Resources’ ECOsystem Model Featured at China–U.S. Cleantech Summit

PASO ROBLES, CA – May 22, 2018 – Greenbelt Resources Corporation’s (OTC: GRCO) (Greenbelt) ECOsystem model played a key role in the promotion and exchange of advanced technologies and solutions between the U.S. and China earlier this month. CEO Darren Eng, who is representing Greenbelt on a countrywide roadshow, was invited to China at the behest of the Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation. While in the country, Eng has given multiple presentations regarding Greenbelt’s sustainable ECOsystem model that transforms agricultural and food waste into revenue generating bioproducts such as high protein animal feed and bioethanol.

One of the significant events in which Eng was requested to speak was the China – U.S. Cleantech Summit that focused on developing investment cooperation between the U.S. and Guangdong Province. The goal of the event was to foster a multi-level dialogue and provide a matchmaking platform for enterprise between U.S. and Chinese businesses and governments.

“China is the fastest growing society in the world with the largest growing economy and appears to me to have recognized the critical need to fully embrace its responsibility to help lead the world in sustainable growth,” Eng said. “Part of this responsibility is to proactively promote the exchange of advanced technologies and solutions, the reason Greenbelt was invited to participate in the Summit and multiple other events.”

Eng continued, “From what I have seen, in my opinion the Chinese have delivered on their commitment to sustainability and their goal is to do it faster, bigger and better. I look forward to continued discussions around the role Greenbelt can play in China’s commitment to sustainable and well-planned future growth.”

Eng’s keynote speech subject was, “Modular Waste-to-Bioproducts Systems.”  Other presenters included the Governor of Guangdong Province, leaders of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the U.S. Consulate General, the California Energy Commission and other leaders of world-renowned organizations. In addition to the Summit, highlights for participants included VIP tours and visits to regional industrial parks and government hosted sustainability events.

“Our technology has been recognized as one that can have an immediate impact on helping to achieve national, urban and local sustainability goals as it relates to reducing waste and address China’s ethanol mandate,” Eng concluded, “Since our ECOsystem model is community-based, it’s perfectly suited for the thousands of villages and municipalities throughout China as it can be tailored to convert the unique wastes of unique environments into unique biobased products that can both be sold and utilized locally.”

Greenbelt has received particular recognition in the Asian region. Last year, Greenbelt’s technology received Ecolabel status having been certified and validated by the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

Eng is scheduled for a number of additional presentations at similar cleantech events throughout China this May.

About Greenbelt Resources

Greenbelt Resources Corporation™ is an award-winning provider of sustainable energy production systems focused on delivering modular solutions that enable the localized processing of locally generated waste into locally consumed products. Greenbelt designs, develops and implements technology that makes the production of advanced biofuel reliable, practical and efficient. Controlled by proprietary automated controls, Greenbelt’s small-scale, end-to-end modular systems convert food, beverage and other cellulosic wastes into commercially viable advanced biofuels (bio-ethanol), animal feed, fertilizer and filtered water. For more information visit www.greenbeltresources.com.

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