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Small Scale Waste-to-Fertilizer Units
A Boston company dedicated to producing high-quality, all-natural, organic soil amendment and fertilizer products through food waste recycling, along with an intergovernmental organization (IGO) headquartered at the UN Plaza in New York City, announced that they have selected CPS as the principal contractor for the small-scale waste-to-fertilizer units to be used in the Waste-to-Fertilizer Public-Private Partnership programs to its 24 Member States.

The fertilizer company uses its proprietary High Temperature Liquid Composting (HTLC) system, a proven, state-of-the-art microbial digestion technology, to process various biodegradable food wastes into dry pellet and liquid concentrate organic fertilizers that help grow healthier food and improve environmental quality. Its flagship manufacturing facility is located in Woodbridge, New Jersey. A second manufacturing site is located in Gonzales, California, and a third is under development in Johnston, Rhode Island.

The 24 Member States have a substantial need for quality fertilizers with an organic foundation. Each program would consist of 6-10 individual fertilizer units, with annual production capacities of 18,000 – 30,000 tons per unit, per program, per year. CPS will incorporate the customer technology into intermodal containers, fabricated in the USA and assembled on a “plug and play” type basis in each of the participating Member States. The probable need for assembly line production capability is consistent with the CPS experience.

“At CPS we have over 30 years of experience and success in unitized, skid mounted system design, fabrication and deployment. The unique challenges presented by the requirements for application in the member countries fit our skills and know-how very well,” said Dov Shevich, founder and President of CPS.

cGMP & non-cGMP Fermentation Process Skid Systems
In a quest to develop their next blockbuster drug, a major pharmaceutical company has awarded CPS a large contract to design and build several cGMP & non-cGMP fermentation process skid systems. From the client supplied user requirements, CPS is creating the design documents, developing the software, fabricating the skids all the way thru to the final integration, testing and qualification.

The CPS mechanical skid design team will develop the piping skid with 3-D modeling software, detailed bill of materials and the CPS in-house skid fabrication will be in full compliance with the ASME Bio-Processing Equipment standard BPE2005. The CPS electrical and software design teams will develop the control system architecture and software following the SA88 batch guidelines from ISA.

CPS compliance team will develop the functional and detailed design documents as well as the factory and site acceptance test documents. For the cGMP systems CPS is responsible for the leveraging of the documents to complete the overall system qualification.

The client is customizing these systems to include leading edge technologies on both the process skids and control systems. For the process design CPS has teamed up with local fermentation experts that are providing the scientific expertise required for a successful project.

CPS Quality Management System (QMS) will monitor and control the complete system to a successful conclusion - material management, weld inspections, software development and integration testing and final client acceptance testing/qualification.

CPS Named to Inc. Magazine's List of America's 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies.
Inc. magazine included CPS on its first-ever Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. The Inc. 5000 list marks a new tradition for the publication, which for 26 years has ranked the 500 fastest-growing private companies based on increases in revenue and staff. Inc.5000 includes the Inc.500, but catches many businesses that are too big to grow at the pace required to make the Inc.500, as well as a host of smaller firms that are the entrepreneurial engine driving the U.S. economy.

"We are honored to be listed among this group of high performing companies," said Dov Shevich, president and founder of CPS. "For us, this award reaffirms the partnerships we have built with our customers and the value our solutions provide them. We credit our customers' guidance and our dedicated employees' support as being the secret to our success. To have grown over the past years to the point that we earn national recognition for our efforts is gratifying.”

The Inc.5000 list debut this year highlights the fastest growing privately-owned companies by major industry and within 25 major metropolitan regions. The list ranks firms based on their percentage of revenue growth from 2003 through 2006. The 2007 Inc.5000, as revealed online at Inc. magazine, reported median revenue of $9.4 million and median three-year growth of 140 percent. To qualify, companies had to be based in the U.S., privately held and independent (not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies).

To see CPS Inc.5000 profile: http://www.inc.com/inc5000/2007/company-profile.html?id=200746830
For more information on the Inc.5000 list: http://www.inc.com/inc5000

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