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Microvi’s Wastewater Technology Reduces Ammonia, Nitrate

A third-party evaluation conducted by the Johns Hopkins University/MWH Alliance has demonstrated that Microvi Biotechnologies’ innovative biocatalytic technologies for nitrification and denitrification are effective in treating wastewater for nitrogen removal. The study was performed at the Alliance laboratory, which is housed at the Johns Hopkins’ Bloomberg School of Public Health. … Read more »

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Precision Agriculture Software Improves Nitrogen Efficiency, Reduces Pollution

Two precision agriculture companies, Agronomic Technology Corp and SST Software, have partnered to offer farmers a more efficient way to apply nitrogen to fields, producing healthy crops while protecting the environment from the negative impacts of nutrient pollution. “Nitrogen is challenging to manage because it is highly mobile and reactive … Read more »

Autris Develops ‘Green’ Nitrogen Fracking Solution

Autris’ wholly owned subsidiary Nitroheat has designed a dual-action mega pressure nitrogen solution for fracking and secondary oil recovery operations. The patent-pending solution — which the company says is an environmentally clean way to remove toxic materials, chemicals and waste created during the fracking process — will be marketed under … Read more »


Exhaust Gas Analyzer Helps Manufacturers Meet NOx Emissions Rules

The engine exhaust gas analyzer Mexa-One-QL-NX, which can be integrated into Horiba One Platform, supports manufacturers in implementing nitrogen emissions regulations and developing environmentally friendly products, the company says. The management software allows operation using a single display. Furthermore, Horiba One Platform now possesses several new and improved features. These … Read more »

First Agricultural GHG Offsets Issued

The first agricultural greenhouse gas emissions offsets have been issued to a Michigan farmer for voluntarily reducing nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions by curbing the amount of nitrogen-based fertilizer used to grow corn, according to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). EPRI, in partnership with Michigan State University, developed the validation … Read more »

DuPont, Universities Target Sustainable Crop Yields

DuPont Pioneer is collaborating with eight Midwestern universities through their respective soil nutrition management experts to help growers more sustainably maximize crop yields. The universities involved are Iowa State University, North Dakota State University, Purdue University, the University of Illinois-Urbana, the University of Minnesota, the University of Missouri, the University … Read more »

Farmers Weigh Floating Islands As Pollution Solution

Farm groups worried about stricter federal regulations are considering using floating islands built from recycled bottles and seeded with native plants to combat pollution in the Mississippi River. Floating islands could mimic the role wetlands once played and process the nutrients from crop fertilizer before they reach the river, reported … Read more »

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