Decades of Innovation at N-Viro
Two decades ago, we discovered a recycling innovation technology
We were one of the first companies to safely treat wastewater residuals and transform them into beneficial products. The Company was formed to capitalize on the changing regulations in the wastewater treatment industry. The federal Clean Water Act mandated improved treatment of wastewater residuals.
The N-Viro conversion process safely recycles bioorganics such as wastewater residuals, livestock manure and paper pulp remains. The resource conversion process incorporates mineral by-products that have an alkaline reagent to stabilize, pasteurize and reduce odors. The finished product known as N-Viro Soil™ regenerates soil for increased harvests. For over two decades, we have used the N-Viro process commercially for wastewater residuals, pharmaceutical and livestock wastes.
Public opinion is altering policy.
The public is quite clear on its priorities for protecting the environment. The majority of Americans support mandates that increase energy efficiency with alternative energy products.
Climate change and public opinion drive us to introduce the latest innovations to the world - alternative energy fuel.
Just as we capitalized on changing regulations in the 90’s, today we need less carbon in the atmosphere as climate change statistics make daily headlines.
In response to this need, N-Viro International Corporation invested in a promising technology that provides an immediate solution to excess carbon emissions and supports a low carbon economy. N-Viro Fuel™, is an alternative energy fuel produced from bioorganics that can reduce fossil-based CO2 emissions and brings additional greenhouse gas mitigation by avoiding CH4 (methane) release from otherwise land filled disposal. Methane is 21 times more potent than CO2 in terms of global warming impact.
We are leading the future of socially responsible energy.
N-Viro is well-positioned to benefit from the focus on environmental issues.
“…the solution lies not in a single technology but in more effective use of existing fuels and technologies, as well as wider adoption of alternative energy sources.”
MIT, The Future of Coal Summary Report, 2007, The_Future_of_Coal_Summary_Report.pdf