Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc., is publicly-traded on the OTC Markets QB: BNET
Production agriculture, environmental necessities and raw economics are coming together like never before. Companies on the cutting edge of these efforts, like Bion, can change the entire way that farming and natural resource management have been done throughout our history.
Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture
Bion Environmental Technologies’ (OTC QB: BNET) patented and proven technology provides advanced waste treatment and resource recovery for large-scale livestock production facilities – meat, dairy, and egg producers. Bion is a technology and policy leader in this new ‘space’ that is developing at the intersection of the U.S. $175B animal-protein industry, the $110B-plus clean water sector, renewable energy and climate change, and consumer demand. The opportunity is to clean up livestock production, the ‘dirtiest’ part of the food supply chain…and the largest unregulated source of pollution in the U.S.
Large-scale livestock production facilities – CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations) – deal with their waste today much as farmers did 150 years ago. They spread it on the ground, untreated, for its fertilizer value. There is tremendous waste and inefficiency in this antiquated practice, in addition to unsustainable environmental and public health impacts. The industry is under attack for these impacts from a wide range of detractors and competitors and they are losing customers. Cleanup is inevitable, but complicated; the industry is not regulated under the Clean Water Act and its margins are thin.
Bion’s technology platform provides low-cost high-impact solutions to the industry’s environmental and public health issues AND delivers substantially better efficiencies and economics simultaneously. In other words, the benefits/ value from treatment, more than offset the cost. That is the key: how to pay for cleanup. The industry has to clean up. An increasing circle of stakeholders understand this need, as well: federal and state policies are evolving to encourage and fund livestock waste cleanup. Many in the industry are ready to be engaged and support these changes. Bion is a recognized leader in both technology and policy development in this transformation and stands to be a central player as it unfolds.
Bion’s technology can deliver a ‘cleantech makeover’ for large-scale livestock production, with dramatic reductions in environmental impacts and significant improvements to resource and operational efficiencies. Bion’s verified improvements will back both a USDA-certified sustainable brand that will regain and hold the confidence and trust of its consumers, as well as validate water quality improvements that will save taxpayers billions of dollars. Bion’s 3G tech platform can provide a pathway to true economic and environmental sustainability with ‘win-win’ benefits for at least a premium sector of the $175 billion U.S. livestock industry, the environment, and the consumer. For more information, see our company presentation and Bion’s Beef Opportunity…
Many of us here in Pennsylvania have taken our role as protectors of our land, our environment and the Chesapeake Bay very seriously and that’s why our partnership with Bion made sense from day one.
CEO and president, Kreider Farms
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