Archive for January, 2012
BioNitrogen Unveils Revolutionary Technology that Transforms Agricultural Waste into High-Quality Urea FertilizerMonday, January 30th, 2012
BioNitrogen Corp. (BION) officially launched its commercial website today positioning itself to become a global, mass manufacturer of high-quality, urea fertilizer. Utilizing patent-pending technology, the Company is able to convert biomass waste – from household garbage to plant stalks and husks – into high-nitrogen content, urea fertilizer.
Fact: Every [...]Leia mais
Lance Schideman, a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) at Illinois, has done significant research in the area of integrated algae systems for water purification and biomass production. Yuanhui Zhang, also a professor in ABE, has spent almost a decade researching the conversion of swine manure into crude oil. Now they [...]Leia mais
The FDA has issued an order to restrict the use of cephalosporin antibiotics, which are given to some cattle, swine, chickens and turkeys before slaughter.
Under the new restrictions extralabel drug use (ELDU) of cephalosporins will only be allowed for use to treat or control, but not prevent [...]Leia mais
Britain’s network of 18th century canals could once again play a major industrial role, in a revival driven by the demand for green energy.
There are hopes that inland waterways that are now the preserve of walkers, barge-owners and holidaymakers may finally undergo a rebirth as freight transport [...]Leia mais