BioNitrogen to conduct feasibility study for urea fertilizer plants in Alberta

March 27, 2013 |

In Canada, BioNitrogen will be conducting a feasibility study to build biomass to urea fertilizer plants. BioNitrogen has signed an agreement with the Battle River Agri-Ventures Co-op in Killam, Alberta to conduct the feasibility study for one or more plants.

If the study concludes that constructing a plant is feasible in Alberta, BioNitrogen will work closely with BRAVC to identify viable options to build the plant, including a partnership or the licensing of BioNitrogen’s patent-pending technologies.

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