How Anuvia Helps Improve Sustainability
We live in a world where resources are at a premium, and sustainability is of the utmost importance. At Anuvia, we make a product that utilizes resources most would otherwise dispose of, and we do it in a way that addresses the three pillars of sustainability: social, environmental and economic.
Organic materials can be disposed of in a variety of ways. But we believe that none of these methods utilize them quite as effectively as we can. Our novel production process creates an innovative product that helps to increase crop yields and produce healthy turf. In a world where demands for food and lush outdoor spaces are ever growing, it helps growers, turf managers and homeowners create both. Learn more about our process.
Every organic material supplier that takes advantage of the Anuvia processes will have a reliable, state-of-the-art partner with a favorable environmental footprint. The results of a recent engineering study show that the net greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production and application of the Anuvia product are approximately 40 percent less than with an inorganic fertilizer delivering an equivalent amount of plant-available N. In addition, the Anuvia process shows a net energy benefit compared to other organic material treatment processes, and our products support the 4R Nutrient Stewardship. Learn more about this initiative.
Anuvia strives to bring performance, stewardship and sound economics to the mainstream plant nutrition markets. By transforming organic materials into an enhanced efficiency plant nutrition product, Anuvia provides a way for communities and industry to use organic materials that may otherwise be wasted. These novel products deliver nutrients efficiently with less loss to the environment and better utilization by plants, resulting in more sustainable economics.
Minimal Environmental Footprint
At Anuvia, we don’t just talk about being green; we live it every day. Our production process is efficient, and our manufacturing facilities discharge only water and air that exceeds the quality standards established by the U.S. EPA.
Net greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production and application of our products are approximately 40 percent lower than those associated with inorganic fertilizer with similar nitrogen levels. But that’s not all – we can also provide a net energy benefit compared to other, more traditional organic material treatment processes. And when the plant nutrients containing the organic materials are applied to land, some of the organic carbon is sequestered in the soil, which provides another pathway for net reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.