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BioNitrogen awards ammonia-urea plant contract to Casale

6:09 AM MDT | August 16, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

BioNitrogen Holdings (Doral, FL), which uses proprietary technology to convert biomass into urea, has signed an agreement with the Casale Group (Lugano, Switzerland) to employ Casale’s ammonia and urea technology for BioNitrogen’s first plant in Hardee County, FL. “Employing Casale’s technology and existing designs will allow us to increase the plant’s production capacity from 360 ton/day to 520 ton/day, thereby improving the plant’s economics significantly," says Bryan Kornegay, president and CFO of BioNitrogen. The...

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