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Friday, March 26, 2010

Company transforms waste streams into beneficial reuse products

One of the fabulous things about the Internet is the ability to learn about all of the different things going on in the world. A company that's doing a lot, which many individuals don't know about, is N-Viro International Corporation.

This corporation "develops and licenses its technology to municipalities and private companies. They have a patented process that uses lime and/or mineral-rich, combustion byproducts to treat, pasteurize, immobilize and convert wastewater sludge and other bio-organic wastes into biomineral agricultural and soil-enrichment products with real market value." I don't know about you, but it's not one of those things that I know a lot. Maybe it'll help if you watch the video (posted below) and visit their site at http://www.bloggerwave.com/Bloggerwave/c/391/11420/0 for more information.



Going green is more than just the in thing nowadays; it's a process and method that will potentially make a difference in the Earth's resources and the damage that has been done to it. Learning more about what N-Viro is doing is just a click away.

Once you review the information (there's a wealth of information on their website), please come back and leave a comment letting me know what you think about it.
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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Sharing my experiences on Campus Talk Blog

Somewhere in between the bus careening down the road and the children from "The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe," (I guess I shouldn't call myself old or my house a shoe) I scrapped together some time to take care of one of my commitments. And that’s as a contributing writer to Campus Talk Blog.
As a first-time college mom, I’m learning an entirely new world from a totally new perspective with my oldest daughter Amber coming to the end of her first year in college. Some of that perspective will be shared on CTB. I hope that my contributions to the blog, which is run by Rick Sherrell, lead to a little (read a lot) monetary gain, some recognition, additional traffic to “It’s a woman’s world,” usable advice for the college sect as well as connections to more assignments, deals, and networking and business relationships.
That’s not too much to ask, is it?

Plus, and this is the fun part, it fuels my blogging addictions and desires, my love of writing and sharing, and my need for connecting and informing. It seems like a win/win, right?

With that said I’m sure you know what I’m going to say next: Stop by and check it out. If you know someone who works at an institution of higher learning or someone who attends then pass on the link to them. I look forward to sharing me and my daughter’s college journey with you.
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