N-Viro, Get it? Environment/N-Viro.
I haven’t gone to a “Home Show” in the past few years that I have been living in Ontario. My Dad and I used to go all the time as he is an Architect and I just wanted free candy and pens. But he was always going to the neat booths that had renewable energy, or visiting the ones that had new fire places that burned clean coal, or turning waste to energy with solar panel windows/roofs.
Its that time of the year now, around my birthday (early may) that the Home Show comes to Newfoundland. This year I won’t be attenting, but I’ll send some alternative energy to my Dad, and make him go for me. Bring me back some pens?
In all seriousness I’m talking about N-Viro International Corporation here. Their patented processes use lime and/or mineral-rich, combustion byproducts to treat, pasteurize, immobilize and convert wastewater sludge and other bio-organic wastes into biomineral agricultural and soil-enrichment products with real market value. The company has generated sales in excess of $40 million dollars, since its initial public offering in October of 1993, which was underwritten by Robertson Stephens, Raymond James, Oppenheimer & Co., and Paine Webber.
Neat huh? You can visit their website for more information. http://www.nviro.com