TOLEDO, OH--(Marketwired - Sep 28, 2015) - N-Viro International Corporation (
The mutual desire is to introduce the range of N-Viro systems and technologies in China. As well discuss the location of the headquarters of N-Viro China, in Tongxiang City and research and feasibility studies to expand our bioorganic waste-to-energy processes to include various food waste residuals.
Timothy R. Kasmoch, CEO President of N-Viro International Corporation had these comments; "This is an exciting project that will utilize our business model of having one central N-Viro Fuel facility that can service many waste treatment facilities. I look forward to working closely with Tongxiang City on this project."
About N-Viro International
N-Viro International Corporation is a leader in the conversion of organic materials generated from industrial, agricultural and municipal sources. The Company's proprietary, patented technologies, unique services and materials handling expertise are combined to offer turnkey solutions in both soil enrichment and alternative fuel development. For more information, please visit www.nviro.com or the N-Viro International Blog.
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