N-Viro International Corp. plans to operate a full-scale mobile facility in Pennsylvania starting this fall to convert biosolids from several municipalities into alternative fuel, the Toledo company announced Monday.
N-Viro Fuel from the facility, which received one-year permits from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, will be used in full-scale tests. The facility will be fully portable, and N-Viro expects to use it in other locations, according to the company.
After testing of N-Viro Fuel is completed, the company expects to begin long-term supply agreements and build a permanent production facility, it said.
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