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Dragon Polymers Inc. operates as a reseller of recycled polymers. It is involved in the landfill mining of post-industrial polymers, including nylon 66, nylon 6, and polyethylene terephthalate in North America. The company was formerly known as Blue Gold Beverages, Inc. and changed its name to Dragon Polymers Inc. in April 2012. Dragon Polymers Inc. is based in Montreal, Canada.

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Dragon Polymers Inc. Identifies New Potential Landfill Site Containing Nylon 66

Dragon Polymers Inc. has identified a 20 acre site in South Carolina as a potential landfill site containing Nylon 66. The new site is located with 10 miles of current landfill site in Greenwood, South Carolina. The company will begin testing on the site in the first quarter of 2013, with the help of the Ecole Polytechnic de Montreal's Geophysics department using Electrical Resistivity Tomography technology to determine how much Nylon 66 exists at the site. The new landfill potential is still unknown but will add to the companies estimated reserves of over 35,000,000 lbs. of Nylon 66. In geophysics, electrical resistivity tomography uses electrodes on the surface of the earth or in bore holes to locate resistivity anomalies, and in industrial process monitoring the arrays of electrodes are for instance use to monitor mixtures of conductive fluids in vessels or pipes. This method is used in Industrial Process Imaging for imaging conductive fluids.

Dragon Polymers Inc. Names Yanne Larosa as Head of Business Development

Dragon Polymers Inc. named Yanne Larosa as head of business development.

Dragon Polymers Inc. Signs Supply Contract for 8,800,000 lbs. of Nylon 66 Fiber

Dragon Polymers Inc. has signed a supply agreement with HANGZHOU WORLDBEST IM. & EXP. Co. LTD. The supply contract is for 8,800,000 lbs. of Nylon 66 fiber, from the Greenwood, South Carolina landfill facility. The material is sold, FCA Factory, Greenwood, SC, and is shipped in 40' shipping containers to the port of Shanghai. The conditional contract calls for a representative from the purchasing company to be sent onsite to inspect the Greenwood facility to ensure quality of the Nylon 66 Fiber. The 8,800,000 lbs. of Nylon 66 fiber will be shipped over a period of 12 months, payment guarantee will be in form of a letter of Credit.


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