I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. During the 1960s and 70s I engaged as an environmental activist in anti-nuclear, anti-war, Earth Day, energy efficiency and pro-renewable energy initiatives. Highpoints included organizing Earth Day activities in 1974 at the University of Colorado, and the successful passage of a Colorado Constitutional Amendment banning nuclear blasting for energy extraction. Also after participating in perhaps the first protest at Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant near Denver, Colorado in 1968 and organizing protests from 1969-1978, the plant was closed in 1989 with the efforts of tens of thousands of citizens.

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Professionally (RESUME), I have had a 40-year career in renewable energy, beginning in 1973 as a student when I was director of the Environmental Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. Since then I have worked in the solar energy industry (1975-1979), waste management and recycling (1980s and early 90s) and biomass utilization field (1992-present).  

Along the way I became fascinated with garbage and waste utilization and am knowledgeable in their applications beyond the landfill. My research has included waste management and lifecycle analysis (LCA) studies on behalf of industry that contrast reusable and disposable products. As a master garbologist I have researched many, and some esoteric waste streams, including diapers, municipal and industrial solid waste, agricultural and forest residues.  

With the end goal of creating the technology to advance a cleaner and greener world, beginning in 1992 I co-founded PureVision Technology, Inc. with Ed Lehrburger and Richard Wingerson. Today, 24 years later the Lehrburger brothers lead a Colorado-based enterprise scaling up and commercializing an advanced technology for creating a renewable future. Along with my invesigations and writing a New History of America and in pursuit of that emerging renewable future, I continue to apply my expertise in the capacity of entrepreneur, corporate officer and senior manager to PureVision Technology, Inc.

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PureVision is the hub of my renewable energy pursuits. PureVision Technology, Inc. scientists have developed a unique and green conversion technology to transform biomass (non-food plants including wood and agricultural residues such as corn cobs, wheat straw and underutilized plant material) into bio-based products. These plant-based materials include sugars, pulp and lignin, which are essential ingredients for producing beverages, consumer products, packaging materials, paper products, biofuels and more.

PureVision was founded in 1992, is a privately held corporation, organized to research, develop, and commercialize cellulosic biomass conversion technologies. PureVision has invented, patented and advanced the break through technology and is working with other technology companies and industrial collaborators to scale up and demonstrate its unique biorefining technologies.

Based in Fort Lupton Colorado, PureVision was founded by Carl, Ed Lehrburger and Dick Wingerson (pictured from left to right, Dick, Ed and Carl). .

 

Corporate Office: 511 McKinley Ave., Fort Lupton CO 80621

PureVision Technology web site: www.PureVisionTechnology.com

My email adddress: Carl ( at ) PureVisionTechnology.com.

Carl Lehrburger

Carl Lehrburger, also known as Carell, is an environmental activist, renewable energy entrepreneur, researcher and author. He is a founder and an executive manager of PureVision Technology, Inc. Since founding PureVision in 1992 with his brother Ed Lehrburger, PureVision has developed and is now advancing a breakthrough biorefining technology.  Bear & Co. published his first book, Secrets of Ancient America in December, 2014.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Colorado (Sociology major), 1973.

Professional Experience

1996-present: PureVision Technology, Inc., Director, Corporate Secretary. Mr. Lehrburger also serves in a senior managment role inclusive of business development. 

2014-present: PureHemp Technology, LLC. Co-Founder, Secretary.

1992-1998: PureVision Technology, Inc. , Co-Founder, Director and President.

1989-1993: Waste management consultant and analyst for reusable textile industry.

1988-1992: Energy Answers Corporation (EAC), Recycling Manager.

1987-1995: Solid waste management consultant. Engaged in public and private sector recycling projects.

1981-1987: Participated in several recycling businesses (Denver, Colorado).

1974-1981: Solar Technology Corporation (Denver, Colorado).  Founder and CEO.

1973-1974: Director, Environmental Center, University of Colorado, Boulder CO.

Reports and Papers:

“An Emerging Biorefining Technology for the Pulp and Paper Industry",  Carl Lehrburger, Richard Wingerson PhD, Ed Lehrburger, World Renewable Energy Conference VIII, Denver CO, January 2004, Conference proceedings.

“An Emerging Biorefining Platform: Lignocellulosic Biomass Processing Using Reactive Fractionation Technology”, Richard Wingerson PhD, Ed Lehrburger, Carl Lehrburger. World Renewable Energy Conference VIII, Denver CO, January 2004, Conference proceedings.

  “Preliminary Feasibility Study: Recovering Cattle Manure Using the PureVision Technology”, April 2003, Report to Colorado Commission on Higher Education, grant GAA TAG 03-04

“USPS Denver Waste Characterization & Materials Management Study”, Jan. 12, 1998, completed with S. Goodman under contract to the U.S. Postal Service Western Area.

“Preliminary Feasibility Report on Producing Ethanol Fuel From U.S. Postal Service Paper Wastes: Phase I Investigative Study”, November 1, 1997, completed under contract to the U.S. Postal Service, Western Area.

“A Solid Waste and Laundering Assessment of Selected Reusable and Disposable Products”, Jocelyn Mullen and Carl Lehrburger, 1991.

“Diapers: Environmental Impacts and Lifecycle Analysis”, Carl Lehrburger, Jocelyn Mullen, C.V. Jones, January 1991 (Report to the National Association of Diaper Services).

“Diapers In the Waste Stream: A Review of Waste Management and Public Policy Issues”, Carl Lehrburger, Jan 1989.

“Out of Sight out of Mind: The Disposable Diaper Myth”, Carl Lehrburger and Rachel Snyder, Whole Earth Review, Fall 1988.

Articles by Carl Lehrburger on archaeoastronomy and ancient inscriptions.

Mr. Lehrburger has authored, Secrets of Ancients in America, along with the following articles.

Carl Lehrburger, 2005, 'Ancient Colorado Rock Art Site Employs Light Animation to Mark Equinoxes: Astronomical Alignments Predate Anasazi Civilization' Part One, In Ancient American, Issue 65, 10:12-17 download 1.2 MB, 6 page

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, 'Pathfinder Petroglyphs and Possible Associations with Native American Mythology' Part Two, In Ancient American, Issue 66, 10:15-19 download 1.8 MB, 5 pages

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, 'The Anubis Caves: Evidence of Mithraism and Celtic Religion in the Oklahoma Panhandle' Part One, In Ancient American, Issue 68, 11:8-12 download 1.8 MB, 4½ pages

Carl Lehrburger, 2006, 'The Anubis Caves: Mithraic Religion in the Oklahoma Panhandle' Part Two, In Ancient American, Issue 69, 11:26-30 download 1.7 MB.

Carl Lehrburger and Kean Scott Monahan, 2006, 'Evidence of Old World Travelers in Colorado: The Sun Temple and Crack Cave' in Ancient American, Issue 70, 11:2-17 download 11.5 MB, 7 pages, NEW

Carl Lehrburger April 2010 “Ancient Micro Art Discovery, California Heliolithic Petroglyph Animation Revealed on Equinox --Old World Origin Proposed” in Ancient American, Issue 87, 14:20-23.