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BioNitrogen Secures Land in Texas for Inaugural Urea Plant

11:15 AM MST | February 22, 2012 | Lindsey Bewley

BioNitrogen Corp. (Doral, FL), a developer of renewable biomass waste into high-nitrogen urea and urea fertilizer, says it has secured 49 acres of land at Lubbock, TX to construct the company’s first urea plant. The plant will have the capacity to produce about 124,200 m.t./year of urea fertilizer and total investment costs are estimated at about $65 million, BioNitrogen says.   The company holds patent-pending technologies to transform residual agricultural waste and other biomass materials into high-quality bulk urea, which are used in the...

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