Wastewater to Energy Blog Talk Radio Interview with N-Viro International Corporation

Diane Tegarden, the host of Firewalker Flare Blog Talk Radio talked with CEO of N-Viro International today at 1:00 eastern.  She opened the show with a brief introduction of her guest, Mr. Kasmoch, the current CEO.  Mr. Kasmoch has extensive experience  in resource management as Vice President of a privetly held soil management company and President of a mining company in Canada. 

She quickly engaged in a series of question about N-Viro’s business history.  Mr. Kasmoch explained the base process technology and enlightened listeners to some key industry facts about how wastewater residuals are managed.  His narrative switched to  N-Viro Fuel™, the product the company is agressively marketing to be used as a coal substitute. 

Diane asked about the permitting process and commented that some of the renewable energy projects  she had read about  took up to 10 years for permitting.   Mr. Kasmoch said the agencies that N-Viro had worked with were cooperative and excited about the alternative energy projects.  The host was delighted to hear about N-Viro Fuel™ and invited Mr. Kasmoch back for a follow up talk later in 2011. You can listen to the full version at Diane Teagarden’s Firewalker Flare Blog Talk Radio and download for free. 



About nvirointernational
N-Viro’s customer-driven solutions allow publically owned wastewater treatment facilities to leverage the strength of the company’s leading-edge processes, which include alternative fuel technology proven to reduce GHG emissions and advanced fertilizer products. Our manufacturing facility is in full scale operation producing considerable volumes of finished materials for a variety of customers.

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