Friday, March 26, 2010

Waste to Energy by N-Viro

Today's Technologies - Tomorrow's Solutions  

~N-Viro International

As I was driving March (the name i gave my car) to the city, I passed by an area near our town and I saw this Pool of water. from the looks of it, I would  say it was an organic waste products from a nearby factory. The smell was unpleasant and I think we all can relate to such scene especially to those who are living in the urban/metropolitan area.

The said factory and the city would have to spend quite a hefty amount in terms of cleaning and disposing the said organic waste properly making sure that it will not contaminate any water source and I tell you this don’t come cheap. Since most of the world economy is in recession, we need to look for ways to hit two birds with one stone; that means Clean and at the same time recycle (Just like what Mother Nature intended)

I came across a company called N-Viro international. This company specializes in using lime and/or mineral-rich, combustion byproducts to treat, pasteurize, immobilize and convert wastewater sludge and other bio-organic wastes into biomineral agricultural and soil-enrichment products with real market value; in short it converts waste to energy.

here are some of the by products being produced;

·          Fertilizer (N-Viro Soil) for agricultural purposes, which the city can use to sell to or give to the local farmers.
·          Fuel (N-Viro Fuel) which is a cleaner and affordable alternative to coal for energy can also be called a Clean Coal.

Company Website:

Being part of the Group I love the OCEAN and an Environmentalist (at heart); I am very much familiar with the harmful effects in using coal and Oil. I think it is high time that we switch to a cleaner and abundant fuel and energy source or what we call  Renewable energy (energy generated from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat) and start using Opportunity fuels (are typically unconventional and usually derived from some sort of waste or byproduct) which are available to all if only we start patronizing it.

It's never too late to change and start making a difference!

N-viro Video:



Tart said...

well, this is a very good kind of conserving energy through recycling waste materials and making it into useful byproducts. this way we can help protect mother earth and giving way to our younger generation living a healthy and pollution free environment.

Dhon said...

@Tart -- correct! ikaw na talaga ang sangre!


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