EcoloCap and AllSource Environmental LLC have reached a sales representative agreement where AllSource Environmental LLC will be able to provide ECOS Bio-ART as a solution to their customers in the industrial waste industry.
Based out of Downers Grove, IL, AllSource Environmental LLC is a national material management company that offers solutions with regulated and non-regulated waste streams and industrial services. Their goal is to find beneficial reuses of their clients’ raw materials and chemicals and transform them into revenue streams.
James Kwak, EcoloCap CEO stated: “Our Bio-ART System is the perfect solution for AllSource Environmental clients. Existing remediation facilities will be able to implement the Bio-ART technology and become sustainable with minimal down time. Organic waste that normally would be landfilled will be diverted to produce a resalable product, such as, soil amendments, oil absorbent or biomass. Large feed lot operations can now eliminate manure storage lagoons storage pits. The Bio-ART process also is the ideal method for the remediation of human biosolids. The Bio-ART technology will benefit the industrial organic waste generator to become sustainable.”
John Heraty, a principal stated, “This is a perfect partnership for EcoloCap and AllSource Environmental. The Bio-ART system provides exactly what AllSource Environmental needs to offer our clients as way to redirect from the landfill and remediate their current waste streams.”
The EcoloCap sustainable, compost technology redirects all organic waste into a valuable byproduct. The byproduct includes organic fertilizers, chicken, fish feed, or biomass in the form of a dry powder or pellet that can be efficiently stored, transported, and spread.
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