Dec 16

Clean Tech Company Extreme Energy Solutions’ Smart Emissions Reducer Now Ready For Mass Market Adoption

“The Smart Emissions Reducer is field tested and laboratory approved for saving money and the environment,” is the message sent by the clean technology company Extreme Energy Solutions (EES), provider of the Smart Emissions Reducer (SER). Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., has spent several years investing in focused, quality research, development, and fine tuning of this device for the purposes of one day finding itself under the hood of most vehicles. The company believes that the Smart Emissions Reducer will become a standard component for most new makes and models of vehicles manufactured and sold around the world. EES made its announcement via video which can be viewed at: Smart Emissions Reducer

In the last five years, the Smart Emissions Reducer, under the stewardship of Extreme Energy Solutions had been introduced domestically while also making landfall in Canada, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, China, and Italy. It is there, where a number of these devices have been tested, sold, and considered by government, commercial fleet operators, as well as engine and vehicle manufacturers, in their quest to play their part in lowering harmful toxic vehicle emissions while maximizing the efficiency of their vehicles.

The Smart Emissions Reducer has been put through a battery of testing in the last half a decade which included a regiment of testing by Roush Industries, in Lavonia, Michigan. The purposes of these tests were to baseline a vehicle’s emissions and fuel economy numbers without the device applied to the vehicle, then again to trial the vehicle with the device under controlled laboratory conditions. Two sets of vehicles in 2012, 2015, 2016 were sent to the laboratory, all demonstrating consistent results, which showed the device had a positive effect on lowering the vehicles emissions; even up to a 65% reduction in emissions. Fuel efficiency numbers were also compared, with testing revealing up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency on specific year and make models.

The Changzhou Keshi Group tested the Smart Emissions Reducer in their lab, located in Jiangsu Providence of China. Extensive testing protocols were practiced in testing the device. Keshi tested the device on Cummings diesel engines that were modified for use by the vehicle manufacturer that specializes in mining equipment and vehicles. Their results demonstrated the Smart Emissions Reducer performed well, with up to 25% reduction in certain emissions and up to 2.5% increase in fuel efficiency.

In addition to Roush and Keshi, the Smart Emissions Reducer was tested by Free-Col Labs, via a mass spectrometer test. This particular test verifies the before and after effects of the pollutants and chemical make-up of emissions gases as they entered and exited the device. The tests were very revealing in providing information that the Smart Emissions Reducer has an effect on blow-by exhaust gases.

The Smart Emissions Reducer has seen a number of real-time pilot program trials and testing in the field. Devices were installed on a number of vehicles, and monitored over a period of 30-60-90 day intervals. Emissions results were recorded as business and municipal fleets would provide the very first series of field trials of the device.

The first municipal fleet trial was ran in Andover Township, New Jersey. The next municipality to try the Smart Emissions Reducer was Winnebago County in Illinois, followed by the City of Rockford (IL), Douglas County (OR), and the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PA). These vehicle fleets saw results between a 25% to 75% reduction in emissions as well as fuel efficiency gains; in some cases, up to 12% and 15%. Some of these municipalities opted to purchase the devices used during the pilot program and thereafter.

Commercial business fleets to pilot the device included Utz Quality Foods, that implemented a plan to retrofit select vehicles throughout their northeast locations. The New York City Taxi and Limo Commission reviewed the device as well, and made it permissible for vehicles under their rulemaking to be retrofitted with the green technology device. Taxi fleets in California also tested the device with much success.

The device was also tested on the 602 GM Crate Engine, commonly founded throughout the Northeast dirt track racing circuit. Crate Motor Connection had provided the dyno and tested the engine retrofitted with the device, reporting back that they monitored no adverse findings and with a slight increase in efficiency noticed.

With these successes on the books, Extreme Energy Solutions decided it was changing its business model, making the device available to vehicle manufacturers. The choice came in 2014/2015 when the final test results were collected from pilot programs in Jordan that solidified the verdict of the Smart Emissions Reducer’s worthiness. Since then, Extreme Energy Solutions has visited with a number of potential clients/vehicle manufactures headquartered in the United States as well as various other countries including China and Italy.

“It was with the end game in mind, that we began our grass roots campaign to commercialize the Smart Emissions Reducer,” commented Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., “Our vision is to see this device installed at factory level when new vehicle and engines are manufactured. We feel the technology has proven itself over time to be effective enough to aid engine and vehicle manufactures in meeting new goals and benchmarks in greenhouse gas emissions and fuel efficiency ratings.”

Even though the company has begun to limit testing on smaller scale projects, Extreme Energy Solutions is still concentrating resources on its flagship product as Burlum continued to explain, “We shifted a part of our focus away from localized projects and decided to begin setting the stage to address vehicle and engine manufacturers. This means the switch of focus takes your device and company out of the local limelight and put back behind the scenes until engine/vehicle manufacturers are ready to announce their intent to make the move to adopting the device.”

The company has a number of LOI’s from vehicle/engine manufactures where talks are still ongoing. Burlum was noted in saying that Extreme Energy Solutions would still entertain a local/regional Smart Emissions Reducer pilot project with a municipality or commercial fleet if the terms and conditions were not in conflict with the company’s current direction. The Company has projects slated in Jordan and South Africa to continue testing the Smart Emissions Reducer in the field on both commercial and government owned vehicles.

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Dec 16

Extreme Energy Solutions’ 2016 Extreme Kleaner Tour of Stores Under Way

The Extreme Energy Solutions Extreme Kleaner Sales and Promotions Team have been racking up thousands of drive miles throughout the Mid-West. They have been delivering the message of how important it is to support your local family-owned business while introducing new environmentally sustainable products that are made in the USA.

Balsam Lake Hardware Hank

The 2016 Extreme Kleaner Tour of Stores is well underway. Extreme Kleaner representatives are making stops in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Illinois before making brief appearances in Oregon and then heading back to the East Coast. In total, almost 50 stores in over ten states will get a personal visit from the Extreme Kleaner team.

“The Purpose of the 2016 Tour of Stores is to promote awareness to local partnered retailers, their audiences, clients, and fan base of the importance of supporting local merchants, which are the pillar of America’s economic driving force,” commented Barry Smith, one of Extreme Kleaner’s representatives participating in visiting the list of hosting stores. “Without small businesses, local jobs would not be made available to every Main Street corner,” he added.

“We are also very privileged to have an opportunity to partner with these stores in offering our products through these local venues; it has been a pleasant surprise that these stores have been giving us such a warm welcome,” Smith continued.

The 2016 Tour of Stores is to last a period of around 60 days before the Extreme Kleaner Team returns to begin the next nationwide promotions campaign. Most of these stops are focused on a number of selected Hardware Hanks to play host to the Extreme Kleaner Team stops.

Each Hardware Hank, and affiliated brands of Trustworthy and Golden Rule Hardware Stores, is independently owned and under contract to receive their inventory from United Hardware, which supports the Hardware Hank and affiliated brands. Extreme Kleaner was introduced to Hardware Hank store owners at the June 2016 United Hardware Buying Market event, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Extreme Kleaner is a non-toxic biodegradable cleaner-degreaser manufactured in the United States, which originates from the Garden State of New Jersey, where it is manufactured and packaged for consumers around the nation. Extreme Kleaner was first offered through online stores. In 2013, local retailers began to offer the green cleaner in the Northeast. By the end of 2015, Extreme Kleaner was made available in other hardware chains, auto parts stores, and food stores coast to coast. 2016 brought many new opportunities for the product to be made available to more consumers, including the launch of Extreme Kleaner in both a number of co-ops and larger big box retailers.

A portion of every sale of Extreme Kleaner is dedicated toward assisting a local and/or regional cause. Former causes which received the benefit of this initiative includes Project Help, a cause aimed at helping Veteran Homelessness; STEM Education, the performing arts, and educational non-profit forums for environmental and economic sustainability. The product’s parent company, Extreme Energy Solutions has also helped sponsor many causes and events from local 5K runs to race car drivers to veterans causes.

Extreme Kleaner is the proud sponsor of the #92 Sportsman Modified racecar driven by Tommy Vigh Jr. The cleaner has also made inroads with the greater racing community in Northern New Jersey and New York, where several racing teams utilize the biodegradable cleaner to deal with caked on dirt and grime after a long night at the racetrack.

“The opportunity to partner with Hardware Hank and United Hardware has been significant for our Company, and we are very thankful for the chance to help promote both Hardware Hank stores and our product,” provided Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, parent company of the Extreme Kleaner product.

“We have been very fortunate for the warm reception and assistance from the Corporate Staff of United Hardware as they have been willing to give our product and company a try. We thank them for the chance to work with them,” Burlum finished.

Extreme Kleaner has launched its new website, which provides all of the locations of the partnered retailers which now offer this product.

Apr 19

Extreme Energy Solutions, New Jersey Green Tech Company, Named 2015 Company of the Year by Passaic Valley FOP #181

Extreme Energy Solutions recently was honored with an acknowledgement and official proclamation recognizing the company as Passaic County’s 2015 Company of the Year in the professional area of Environmentally Friendly Energy Products. The award was given by the Passaic Valley Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 181, and was signed and presented by Lieutenant Joseph Sferruzza, president of the FOP Lodge.

Officer Joe Klein (Retired) who assist the FOP lodge and assist PBA 152, presented the awards to the Company.

“We appreciate all that Extreme Energy Solutions has done for the community, state, and for our organization,” expressed Klein.

“On behalf of the Company, I am honored to accept this honor,” said Samuel Burlum, the company’s CEO and President, “We continue our efforts in being an asset to the community, and believe in our path of creating value in the county, state, and nation. This award reaffirms our efforts have been effective.”

“We have a great team of people who really care about being of service to others while creating value through products and services that aim to address challenges that effect our environment, economic climate, and community,” added Burlum

Extreme Energy Solutions has been aggressively proving its business model and the validity of its technology on the worldwide stage, with projects ongoing in China, Jordan, Canada, and the United States which have yielded positive results. Extreme is known for its flagship product, the Smart Emissions Reducer, a device designed to lower harmful emissions omitted by internal combustion engines. The product has been utilized by municipalities, government agencies, and private sector on their vehicle fleets since 2010.

The Company has other environmentally friendly products and services as part of its offerings. Extreme Kleaner is a non-toxic biodegradable multi-purpose cleaner-degreaser which is manufactured in the Garden State. Recently the Company added a glass, tile, and more formula to the line-up. Product is available via selected Ace Hardware and True Value Hardware stores, and online from,, and

Extreme Energy Solutions is also the parent company of Fleet Works Leasing, an entity set up to offer said mentioned technology on terms for folks who wish to purchase product who may not have all of the upfront resources to make the investment into the technology. E-Tech Performance is the company’s software development and research arm; focused on developing software solution for emissions reduction and fuel economy technical strategies.

Extreme Energy Solutions is a supporter of many community causes, including assisting Veterans in need. Located inOgdensburg, New Jersey, the facility houses the company’s research and development department, technical training classes, warehousing/logistics, light manufacturing and repackaging, and some administration. Experts in the field of green technology whom focus on fuel economy, emissions reduction, vehicle performance, converge on the facility once a year, where visitors and experts share their ideas on how-to bring such concepts to market.

This is the second time Extreme Energy Solutions was recognized for its contribution to the industry and community by the Passaic Valley Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #181. The company received the same honor in 2013. Extreme Energy Solutions, and its team, under the leadership of CEO and President Samuel K. Burlum, have continued to accumulate industry accolades in recent years. Extreme has been recognized by the People of Distinction Humanitarian Foundation in 2014; World Green Energy Symposium Nova award was presented in to the company in 2013; are just a few examples of organizations that have recognized the company’s efforts.

The Company is planning the future production and release of a video documentary series that will highlight fuel economy improving technology. Many of the company’s current videos can be viewed on Youtube.
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Apr 19

2015 World Green Energy Symposium Unites Policy Makers And Industry Leaders In Order To Address Global Economic And Environmental Concerns

The 2015 World Green Energy Symposium held in Washington DC at the University of District of Columbia on Thursday, March 12 was the place to be for discovering cutting-edge green technology, sustainability programs and innovative environmental policy. Many powerful presentations and workshops were held to discuss energy, green technology, environmental policy and economic sustainability.

The event offered expertise from many market segments. From government to industry schools of thought and students, to community activists, answers to solve some of today’s most pressing concerns came from every corner of the gathering. The event also recognized current and former WGES Nova Award Honorees, who answered the call of bringing public policy and technology together to solve environmental and economic challenges.

“We want to thank you all for coming today in attending this year’s WGES,” said Professor Robert Gallagher, Executive Chair of the World Green Energy Symposium as he welcomed all guests to the well-attended event, “You will find opportunities galore from industry to government, from schools of thought to community activist, you will not be disappointed by the options of answers you can gather from today’s offerings.”

Four-time Emmy Winner, former Broadcast Journalist Jan Fox was the event’s emcee and opened the event at 9:00 am introducing special guest and speakers to the podium.

Professor Gallagher first recognized all of the past World Green Energy Symposium NOVA Award Honorees for their contributions to advancements in solving problems associated with environmental and energy issues. Then Gallagher took a moment to recognize this, year’s recipient, Dr. Sabine O’Hara, Dean of College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability, and Environmental Sciences (CAUSE) of the University of DC.

“We are honored to add another member to class of NOVA Award Winners. The Current Class includes the City of Washington DC, City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Dow Chemical, and Extreme Energy Solutions, among others who have demonstrated making steps and development of policies and technologies that lead us to protecting our environment and natural resources, while providing sustainable choices,”

“We are honored to present Dr. Sabine O’Hare and CAUSE with this year’s NOVA Award for their efforts in becoming a sustainable land grant site, being totally sustainable, including their construction of this campus,” Gallagher professed.

“We are honored to accept this award. This is not just my award, but a reflection of all of our staff, students, board, alumni, suppliers, and the rest of the individuals who supported our vision for our school,” Dr. O’Hare added, “The city supported our goals, which provided us the opportunity to be the only 100% sustainable University in the District.”

Tribute was paid in accommodations by a number of special guests who included Mr. James Lyons, President of University of DC, who welcomed attendees to the campus and to the event. He was followed by Margaret Singleton, Vice President of DC Chamber of Commerce; Tommy Wells, Acting Director, District Department of the Environment, Government of the District of Columbia; and then Dr. O’Hare wrapped up the morning session showcasing the series of steps CAUSE took to develop their sustainable campus.

The mid-day panel represented opportunities within federal government and presented case studies; steps and initiatives that government has taken to become even more-green, thus saving taxpayer money in the meantime. Panel was led by Mr. Kevin Kampschroer, from GSA who shared the agency’s green building practices; which including the usage of energy efficiency tech, LEED construction practices, and maximizing space.

Ms. Kristine Kingery presented what the Army is doing to become more environmentally friendly in managing its assets and bases around the world. Ms. Jo Anne Hill, with the US Department of Commerce, provided a discussion referencing contract opportunities available for Minority Owned Business Enterprises in the area of sustainability and environmental initiatives by the federal government. The session was concluded by Mr. Landon Van Dyke, from the Department of State, who shared the vision and ongoing practices by the Department of State in greening US Embassies around the world.

The afternoon full of workshops; discussions and question and answer sessions from a number of interests: new technology, transportation solutions, the use of big data to monitor energy usage and energy conservation, understanding public private partnerships were just part of the plethora of sessions one could choose from.

Two of the workshops that stood out were the discussion lead by Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, who presented a case study and examples about here and now available technology that could lower harmful toxic emissions from vehicles, including advancements made in this technology sector, and the importance of embracing the retrofit technology market. Burlum shared his vision of public policy measures that would allow for green technology to blossom. His compelling presentation on emissions reduction and environmental policy can be seen online.

Another well attended workshop provided insight on deploying sustainable technology to the continent of Africa. Panel, moderated by Ron Uba, Department of Commerce-MBDA; led by Mr. Ken Johnson, provided information referencing emerging economies within developing nations. Mr. Johnson discussed examples of countries within Africa who were struggling to meet the demands of water, energy, power, food supply, and alternatives currently being investigated to meet these needs.

Attendees were excited and optimistic as the evening came to a close, all leaving with valuable information and contacts from the historic event.

“There is still much work to be done in this field of practice,” Burlum contributed, “the areas of environmental protection, green technology, alternative energy, sustainability, and policy making that drives the markets to evolve are still very much in their infancy. If you compare this industry to the early days of the .com boom or the early days of the information age, you can see the ‘green industry’ is following those same trends,”

“There are other drivers to the movement of environmental sustainability, which I believe one of them is generational. There are far more X, Y, and Millennial generation individuals who were cultured with a sense of environmental regard for the planet than the previous generations.”

“These generations who grew up with recycling in the classroom; earth day celebrations; they were the generations who have embraced most of the green technology we have today; so it is no surprise that we are seeing large growth in this area.”

“As they exercise their purchasing power, and combine that with their life style habits, you get a demanding market segment who wants more organic and green choices. It’s a trend companies like ours welcome in the near future,” mentioned Burlum.

Dec 03

This Holiday, Buy Locally

By Samuel K. Burlum CEO of EES


Friday, November 30, 2012 • 6:50pm


It is that time of the season in which many travel to the mall to purchase gifts for their family and friends.  As many scour the internet and the newspaper for coupons and deals on merchandise, they begin to plot their plan of action, as if they were generals prepping their battle plan to conquer the world of retail.  The dawning of commercials and circulars enticing consumers with blockbuster early bird door-buster deals and discounts only rallies the troops to ready themselves to part with their hard earned cash.  It has become a custom in the United States to stand on a line beginning at 4:30 in the morning, the very day after Thanksgiving, in being one of the first people in that zip code to buy that new trendy item, thus officially ushering in the holiday consumer season.
 As soon as the market and financial economist wrap up their turkey dinner, they transform into worker elves in the night, reviewing and revising sales projections and financial modeling, twisting and torqueing the hype around record sales of this gadget and that retailer, hoping and wishing that their information is right, then quick to get their sound bites on news radio and television.  By the end of the day of what has become “Black Friday”, all hope that one of the largest retail-consumer events was successful enough to shake the earth from its axis, providing for new records to break next year.
I find this to be very disturbing.  Not because of the power of American Free Enterprise system, which I adore and love; disturbing in the sense that so many have fallen out of touch with the economic engine that fuels their local community.  Of all of the “Black Fridays” I have bared witness to, not once did I see in a local community, people lining up at Joe’s Hardware Store, or Jane’s Family Clothing Store to support them in making many purchases that would keep the doors of their local merchant open and alive.  On the news you never see video clips of people camping the day before at the local Five and Dime establishment.  What are viewed are droves of people stampeding the doors of a big box store.
Many would ask why this is so troublesome to me.  I would ask them, “How much of that money that you spend on that trinket that you just bought from the big box store actually stays in the local economy?”
In an era of tough economic and financial times, where our great nation faces the “Fiscal Cliff,” most people are not even asking the right questions, “What is it that one can do to help begin to reverse the negative trend?”  The one power “We the People” can exercise is our consumer rights.  We exercise those rights in the way we spend our money and where we spend our money.  Knowing how many communities are also facing fiscal crises, we should be spending as much of our money locally as we can, as our way to contribute in stabilizing local economies.
So listen up Small Businesses, if you’re going to win over the consumer into your court you need to know what you’re up against.  As a consumer it is also important to know how your contribution will make a difference.  Statistically speaking, when it comes to the economic engine, 80% of the economic engine of our country depends on small business (fewer than 100 employees, family owned, locally driven) as the delivery system of goods and services reaching consumers hands.  Most people choose the merchant they are going to support based on two decision making instincts: the feeling of whom they can trust (the positive relationship and experience); and by power of auto-suggestion (which is triggered by the bombardment of repetition and invasive advertising).   Small businesses need to have an approach that is more comforting, more personable, in catering to a patron’s needs.  As a smaller retailer your best weapon is the relationship with your clients and the community.
Some people will bark at the idea and make claims that mom and pop shops will not have the things we desire, and we are foolish to think that local family owned retailer could be competitive with a larger institution.  I tend to argue.  I want you to consider some of the next taking points that may show where you do save money, time, and energy shopping locally.
There are several benefits of purchasing from the local small business.  The obvious is that most local merchants do not have long lines or waits due to the personal service they provide.  Being that they are local, chances are you won’t have a long drive to their establishment, saving you both time of waiting in traffic and gasoline from traveling to the out of the way location.  I had done a small study in just purchasing a pair of jeans.  From a local merchant the jeans were $40.  I drove less than fifteen minutes to the establishment.  I manage to transact business and purchase the jeans within another fifteen minutes after making sure I was comfortable with my product selection.  I received first class service, where the clerk was very attentive to my needs and sincerely thanked me for being a patron of their store.  During the time I spent in the store, I got to know the clerk, who was a related to the owner of the store.  I learned how the store began.  I also got to see all the wonderful letters and certificates of appreciation they had posted throughout the store, displaying how they contributed to many local community causes.   I knew that dollar was going to stay within the community, and keep a person employed who believed in the brand of the store.
I decided to perform a field study at the big box store.  I commuted an hour to the mall, where the same pair of jeans I had paid $40 for previous was on sale for $34.99, at the mall.  It was an hour commute and about 30 miles from my home.  I spent another fifteen minutes to find parking, and walked another ten minutes before entering the store.   It was about fifteen minutes before a clerk even noticed that I was struggling to find the jeans in my size.  She did not care to assist me other than making the comment “they are somewhere in that area,” and took off to go on break.  After another ten minutes, I finally found the pair of jeans I was looking for and went to the service counter; spent another fifteen minutes on line.  When I reached the set of cashiers, they did not acknowledge that I was a customer.  I was treated as an inconvenience, as they were more engaged on discussing getting off work early so they could go “party”.  I then spent another ten minutes walking back to my car to face a 30 mile commute back home.  After all said and done, I got home and noticed a scratch in my car door from the shopping cart that another mall shopper just let drift into my vehicle.
I had done the calculation of fuel cost and time, versus the savings.  My trip to the local business was fifteen minutes, less than seven miles, which equated in fuel cost of $1.23, (my car gets around 20 miles to the gallon), and $40 for the jeans.  My total spent was $41.23 and 45 minutes of my time for purchasing locally.  The trip to the mall cost me $5.25 in fuel, and $34.99 for the jeans, for a total of $40.24 and 3 hours fifteen minutes of my time.  As a CEO of a company, my time is very valuable.  I know that I could have better allocated the 2 hours 30 minutes extra time spent on going to the mall would have been more productive elsewhere.  If I was an attorney that had an hourly rate of $475 per hour, I would have lost $1092.50 worth the business by trying to save a meager 99 cents on a pair of jeans.  However, I had to go to the mall because the jeans were “on sale”.
I know you cannot get all of the things you need locally.  I am realistic and I have done the math on the difference on high items like computers and plasma televisions and major appliances.  And in many cases the local merchant does loose out because they don’t have the bulk buying power the big box stores have.
So this holiday season, consider purchasing from a family owned small business establishment.  Chances are a portion of the proceeds you spend at their store will go to that local PBA Little League team, or to the local community food bank.  Your buying power just might the consumer dollar that puts another one of your unemployed neighbors back to work.  And just think of all of the time you could gain, put to better use.  In the process, you never know, you just might become friends with the local merchant who might give you a discount for returning to their store.

Samuel K. Burlum. Mr. Burlum is the CEO/President, and Chairman of Extreme Energy Solutions Inc; a company that develops, sells, and services environmental mitigation products and practices. Under his leadership, Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. “Made in the USA Manufacturing Plan” was adopted; thus creating many new jobs in the Northeast. Mr. Burlum has testified on behalf of innovative technology at many US EPA/NJ DEP stakeholders hearings, including hearings on dirty coal fired electric generation facilities, and national diesel pollution reduction campaigns. Mr. Burlum also serves as Vice President of SMART Air Fuel Saver LLC; a Board Director for ESLC Inc; while also serving as Board Secretary for the Spirit of the Arts Foundation (501c3 Non-Profit). Mr. Burlum is involved in Motorsports (Stock Car Racing) industry, as a car/team owner, and driver. Mr. Burlum has been an Entrepreneur for over 20 years, founding his first business in 1992. He graduated from Berkeley College with an Associates Degree in Business Management & Entrepreneurship in 1998. He is an active participant and Member of both Sussex County and NJ State Chamber of Commerce; NJ State Chamber of Commerce Cornerstone Member, NJ Clean Cities Coalition, California Trucking Association, Global Information Network, and UMP Dirt Car. Mr. Burlum has been interviewed on radio and television including on People of Distinction, with CBS Radio’s Al Cole, Today in America with Terry Bradshaw, WIBG 1020 am News Hurley in the Morning, NTR Radio’s Voice of Success Program, and Cablevision’s The Neighborhood Journal, and featured in many articles including in the publication The Taxi Insider, The Alternative Press, and MPG Today Magazine.  He has been a featured speaker at the World Green Energy Symposium, and the Sustainability Summit, powered by The Council (NYC) on panels discussing matters on green transportation solutions and innovative green supply chain development.



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Sep 05

Upcoming Events: Posted September 5th

SMART Emissions Reducer Tech & Sales Training Class Mon-Tues Sept 10-11, and Wed-Thurs Sept 12-13
When: Mon-Tues Sept 10-11, SMART Emissions Reducer Tech Installation Class, then on Wed-Thurs Sept 12-13, SMART Emissions Reducer Sales Class
Where: at the Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. Tech Facility, 150 Main Street, Ogdensburg, NJ 07439
Cost: $250 per class, $500 (for both classes)
Purpose: To Certify technicians who wish to work as installers of the SMART Emissions Reducer
Please contact Rosanne Turkington, Extreme Energy Solutions Executive Services at 973-209-3450 for more info.
Tug Hill Experience 2012 ATV Manufacturers Show Case/Trade Show, Sat-Sun Sept 22-23
Where: Upstate NY
Cost: Free to Attend
Purpose: To bring awareness and exposure of the Sidewinder ATV product to direct end user interest and the off-road community.
Please contact Brian Thomas, Extreme Energy Solutions Executive Services at 973-209-3450 for more info.
3rd Annual Autumn Toast to a Healthy Environment Hosted by New Jersey Environmnetal Federation
When: Sun Sept 30, 2012
Where: Pine Barrens Golf Club in Jackson, NJ
Cost: varying depending on sponsor package
Please contact Rosanne Turkington, Extreme Energy Solutions Executive Services at 973-209-3450 for more info.
Syracuse NY OCT 5th thru 7th
ONECENTER Convetion center
Sustainability Summit 2012
Powered by The Council, October 9th, 2012, held in NYC website:
The Sustainability Summit is Uniquely designed for industry leaders and stakeholders who support pratical green initiatives.  Attending groups include sustainability leaders, Corporate Social Responsibility teams, government officials, Fortune 500 companies, and multi-cultural businesses of all sizes.
97th Annual League of Municipalities Conference, November 12-15, Atlantic City, NJ.  website:
Jul 30

Sidewinder ATV Upcoming Events

Come see the Sidewinder ATV team in person at these upcoming events:

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AUG 9th
Tughill ATV Club Meeting
Lowville NY


SEPT 8th
5k Crimestoppers [Running] Race
Extreme Energy Solutions Inc / Sidewinder Booth


SEPT 22-23rd
Tughill ATV Expo
Lowville NY

Apr 23

Sidewinder ATV

The Sidewinder ATV From Extreme Off Road LLC presents the Sidewinder ATV: an environmentally safe off road buggy for use with sport, commercial and government applications.

The suspension is wonderful, with Fox Racing Float Shocks, with 8 inches of travel. It weights 348 pounds and has a 3.2 gallon fuel tank that powers the OHC Subaru engine for around 8 hours of travel time.

Contact Extreme Off Road LLC today for pricing and info on the Sidewinder ATV!