N-Viro International Meets Navy Representatives

N-Viro International Meets Navy Administrative Assistant

Pictured from left to right: Lieutenant Michael Quisao, Public Affairs Officer at the US Navy, Carla Lucchino, Assistant for Administration Department of the Navy, Timothy R. Kasmoch, CEO and President N-Viro International Corporation

N-Viro International Corporation met with representatives of the United States Navy to explore potential synergies for advancement of the Company’s patented alternative energy technology.  The meeting was scheduled in advance of activities celebrating  Navy Week in Toledo, Ohio.

Carla Lucchino, the Assistant for the Administration for the Department of the Navy encouraged the management of N-Viro International  to seek opportunities to advance the alternative fuel product with the Navy.

The Navy’s goal is to increase energy security by reducing dependence on fossil fuels and using domestically produced and locally sourced alternative resources.    The Department of Defense is investigating a wide range of innovative technologies to improve efficiency at fixed and forward bases.   The department has supported commercial development efforts in the past with its broad range of strengths to help accelerate clean energy development and commercial applications.

N-Viro International Corporation would like to thank the Navy for the continuing support of business and technology innovation.  The future of naval innovation is in good hands.  Thank you for the engaging conversation and support for Toledo businesses.


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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