Market Intelligence Each of these functions add value to the product and they require inputs, so they incur costs.
First to market with technology that offers significant advances over existing commercial methods and which uses only naturally occurring microbes during the enclosed channel bioconversion process, the company will work on a global, regional, national, and multinational basis in licensing the technology and in ongoing equity participation with licensees.
Singular Features Fully bio-converted organic fertilizers and other products that meet or exceed criteria in current and proposed legislation; turnkey commercial-scale operations; rapid product turn-around time. Flexible, economically viable, on-demand production of chemicals to meet market requirements.
Use of only naturally occurring not genetically modified microbes. Heavy metal contaminants changed from water-soluble to water-insoluble form. Capital Requirements Agronix Organics, Inc.
Use of Proceeds Research and development costs; formulation and calibration plant, product development, and general and administrative costs; marketing of the company's Technology Transfer Licensing program.
Completing the Cycle The problems associated with organic waste—such as animal manures, crop residues, and industrial waste—are not new.
However, recent events, such as at Walkerton, Ontario, where seven people died from water contaminated by animal manure leachates, have raised many concerns about the approach Canada, the United States, and other industrial countries have chosen to deal with organic waste.
To make a significant contribution to resolving environmental pollution associated with organic waste, it is necessary to understand how Nature works.
Any long-term viable solution has to be determined in accordance with how naturally produced matter is recycled through extremely small steps into essential compounds such as CO 2H 2 O, and minerals.
For example, the production of plant constituents through photosynthesis is the result of several hundred minute steps, each requiring very small amounts of energy.
Dead leaves on the ground are used in part by soil fauna to produce soil fauna biomass, and the least biodegradable materials are released for additional biological and chemical transformations by soil microorganisms, exoenzymes, and chemical reactions. Eventually, they are further decomposed by soil enzymes and soil microbes into more bio-resistant soil organic matter.
At all of these steps, some components of the starting material are transformed into CO 2 and H 2 O, but most are transformed into compounds that are more resistant to biodegradation. It is also important to realize that the process takes time—simply adding raw agricultural residue to the soil makes it more depleted in organic matter than it was at the time the residue was incorporated.
Any "artificial" process used to speed this up must increase the beneficial uses while retarding as much as possible the production of water-soluble materials or gases that contribute to air and water pollution. As well, until now, technology for the production of energy or chemicals from organic material has usually used anaerobic digestion to produce methane or fermentation to produce ethanol—and both processes have a negative impact on the environment by releasing carbon, nitrogen, and sulphur-based gases into the atmosphere and by significantly increasing the water solubility of residual organic and inorganic matter.
On the other hand, the company's technology for fully optimized bioconversion of organic residues into fully bio-stabilized organic matter follows Nature's path in producing a variety of components based on the chemical composition and biological and chemical reactivity of the source material.
In this process, the amount of water-soluble organic and inorganic matter is reduced and the production of CO 2 and H 2 O is limited.
Products and Services The company's technology consists of two technical processes that can be operated independently or in conjunction with one another. Sources of material include agricultural residue, raw livestock manures, and other organic residues olive sludge, brewers residue, etc.Executive Summary | Provides a summary of significant areas of the Sheep Farming Business Plan.
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at the University of Eldoret Main Campus Pavilion. BUSINESS PLAN AGRONIX ORGANICS, INC. West 75th Avenue, 2nd Floor Vancouver, British Columbia V6P 6G2 Canada Agronix Organics, Inc., plans on becoming a leading biotechnology firm, licensing technology for the conversion of common agricultural residue into environmentally friendly, bio-stabilized organic fertilizers and soil-enhancers, plus a host of related products.
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