Bion proposes integrated beef, biofuels production

July 19, 2010 |

In New York, Bion Environmental Technologies confirmed its participation in a SUNY forum on July 14, to address Bion’s proposed integrated beef processing and biofuels production, which would stabilize and treat the waste stream, convert it into feedstock initially to power the project, ultimately for production of next-generation biofuel.

Bion’s President Mark Scott: “We are now developing a showcase project at one of the largest farms in Pennsylvania as part of the efforts to reduce pollution to the Chesapeake Bay.” The project responds in part to the July 2 announcement of EPA draft allocations for nitrogen and phosphorus as part of a rigorous pollution diet for meeting water quality standards in the Chesapeake Bay.

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