SOURCE: Cal-Bay International

Cal-Bay International

April 20, 2011 08:30 ET

Cal-Bay International, Inc. Releases Projected Revenues for Arizona Power Production Transfer Station #1

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2011) - Cal-Bay International, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CBYI), Kevin Denniston Company President and CEO released the annual projected revenues for Cal-Bay's Arizona Power Production Transfer Station #1.

The company's first transfer station facility located in Scottsdale, Arizona's airpark district is expandable up to 10 acres and is the company's first 25 ton daily "Foliage & Landfill Waste to Power" Transfer Station. The facility is expected to be fully operational by the Fourth Quarter 2011, and will start stockpiling feedstock foliage in May 2011. This facility is the company's blueprint for Transfer stations across North America.

The operation comprises a 25 Ton state of the art transportable High Temperature Heat Based Gasification Process which when powered up runs on its own power generated by the conversion process. The initial feedstock for the Scottsdale station is landscape Foliage waste which is continually conveyor fed into the equipment and processed producing "Clean Electricity" which is fed directly into the "Grid" system creating mandatory revenues at residential rates from the Power Companies back to Cal-Bay including both "On and Off" peak rate revenues. The company generates additional daily revenues from the delivery of feedstock materials from the landscape companies by offering a lesser tipping charge than competing landfills who absorb and compact the foliage, creating toxic hazardous materials over time which pollutes the land, water and environment. Cal-Bay's conversion process eliminates those hazardous elements and generates revenues from Tipping Feedstock by converting Foliage to "Clean Power" helping the "Green" environment by reducing emissions and the cleanup of Toxic Waste, whilst creating revenues.

The Equipment used by Cal-Bay for the gasification conversion can accept many other types of Landfill Feedstock other than Foliage which in the near future can be used for the production of not only Power but Alternative Clean Burning Fuels such as Bio-Diesel and Aircraft Fuels.

The revenue model for the 25 Ton Transfer Station processing Landscape Foliage is projected as follows in accordance with the equipment manufacturers proven results.

Power Production (West Coast Region) approximately 12KWH per 12 Hours Net Revenue from Power Distributors is approximately $1300.00 Per 12 Hour Cycle.

Revenue from daily feedstock tipping per 25 Tons (12 Trucks) is approximately $1200.00 Per 12 Hour Cycle.

Cal-Bay Projected Annual Revenues from Transfer Station #1:
Daily Power Production sold to Power Companies (GRID) $1300 x 365 (Annual) = $475,500
Daily Feedstock Intake Tipping Revenues: 1200 x 300 days (6 Days Weekly)= $360,000
Total Projected Revenues per 12 Hour Period= $835,000 Annually
Cal-Bay's scheduled operations Transfer Station #1x 24 Hour production= x 2= $1,670,000 annually
Anticipated State & Federal Tax and Green Credits per Transfer Station= $1,000,000 Annually
Cal-Bays projected operational costs per Transfer Station= $400,000 annually
Net Profits per Facility= $2,270,000 Annually

Cal-Bay plans include the operation of 5 fully operational West Coast Region Stations by 4th quarter 2012 generating in excess of $11,000,000 net annually.

President & CEO Kevin Denniston commented that the 25 ton gasification equipment is modular and can be expanded on site as required to increase production and revenues.

Additional Company Updates:

Cal-Bay (PINKSHEETS: CBYI) yesterday was upgraded on OTC Markets (PINKSHEETS) from a STOP symbol to "YIELD" Limited Information status. The company is filing additional necessary information with OTC Markets in anticipation of being upgraded to the "Current Information" Tier before the end of April 2011.

Company President Kevin Denniston is expected to announce early next week a scheduled Radio and Webcast Interview to provide insight to shareholders and Investors of the company's future "Green" direction.

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