US Biotechnology Company to Buy Feedstock for Urea Fertilizer in Hardee County

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21 Aug 2012 09:49 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM – The Miami-headquartered US biotechnology company BioNitrogen Corporation will buy biomass from the land located in Hardee County (Florida).  The firm put up plants that manufacture urea fertilizers from biomass. The company is on schedule to construct a unit of such kind at the same site, which is notable for its potential market for urea.

This year, BioNitrogen Corporation has inked a LOI for a fertilizer unit construction in West Texas. The project was postponed, but the company is going to recommence the feasibility of the fertilizer plant at the site.

 

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