What if you had a very sound idea to protect the environment and reduce pollution? N-Viro is a company that's doing just that. Not many people are yet aware of the service they provide, but I predict more of you will hear of them in the future.
Already, many municipalities are using N-Viro's technology that uses lime and/or other mineral rich combustion byproducts in order to pasteurize, immobilize and treat wastewater sludge that otherwise would have to be dealt with. Their technology allows cities to then reuse or sell this safe waste to energy material, essentially eliminating the added expense of disposal. I believe that this is happening even in Kitsap county.
Since 1993 the company has generated sales in excess of $40 million and is underwritten by such well-known entities as Robertson Stephens, Raymond James, Oppenheimer & Co., and Paine Webber. They have been at the forefront of businesses providing us with alternative energy by converting waste to renewable energy.
In layman's terms, N-Viro takes our wastewater and manufacturing's other unusable byproducts, sanitizes them and makes them safe for every day use. Our communities need to get on board with this technology today. If your city isn't already using it, find out why and ask them to get more information about N-Viro.