Full Spectrum Benefits

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 supports the three pillars of sustainability:


Feeding the World, Starving the Landfill

Anuvia’s proprietary technology produces plant nutrients that improve soil health, enhance delivery of nutrition and optimize growth. Our process reclaims organic materials in the last step of their lifecycle and repurposes them with no waste stream. This allows us to combine the power of organic material with the extended delivery of inorganic macro-nutrients to create highly effective, environmentally-friendly plant nutrition.

Full-Circle Strategies

The Anuvia process makes use of a wide variety of natural resources, including food waste, animal manure, industrial plant organic waste and municipal water treatment plant organics. This completes the cycle by returning nutrients and organic matter back to the soil for a full-circle strategy.

Greenhouse Emissions

A 2018 Environmental Resources Management (ERM) study found that Anuvia’s plant-nutrient technology reduces greenhouse gases on a production acre by up to 32%, compared to the use of conventional fertilizers. It also found that for every million acres that use Anuvia, the reduction of greenhouse gases is equal to removing 20,000 to 30,000 cars from the roads.

If applied to the 90 million acres of corn in the United States alone, this greenhouse gas reduction would conservatively translate to 1.8 million cars removed in perpetuity. Anuvia is currently in use on more than 500,000 acres, with production capacity planned to dramatically increase by 2020 for even better greenhouse gas reduction.

One-to-One Recovery

During Anuvia’s patented process, approximately one ton of waste organic material is utilized for every ton of final product we produce.

4R Nutrient Stewardship

Anuvia products provide a framework to achieve cropping system goals. This includes increased production, increased farmer profitability, enhanced environmental protection and improved sustainability. These goals reinforce the 4R Nutrient Stewardship concept of: Right fertilizer source, Right rate, Right time and Right place.

ERM Cradle-to-Grave Review

The results of a landmark environmental impact study confirm that Anuvia significantly reduces agriculture’s carbon footprint, while at the same time, increasing profitability.

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Completing the Circular Economy

Almost every part of the world has a growing appetite for better food, naturally derived products and greener outdoor spaces. Organic materials can be repurposed in several ways, but almost no conventional method can compare to Anuvia’s achievements. Our innovative process provides a unique solution that helps increase crop yields and produce healthy turf, all while responding to a wide range of environmental challenges.

As a society, we’re moving away from the linear, single-use, disposable mentality of the past. By turning what was once deemed useless into something useful, Anuvia represents the missing link in completing the “circular economy.” Instead of burying traditional problems, Anuvia is uncovering new solutions for growers, turf mangers and homeowners.



A Greener Bottom Line

By transforming organic materials into enhanced plant nutrition products, Anuvia provides ways for communities and industries to recover lost value and give waste material a new purpose. Our novel approach to producing bio-based nutrients doesn’t just help the environment — it can also create more sustainable economics.

Growers who use Anuvia products never have to sacrifice profitability for sustainability. Our products are designed to deliver immediate and long-term benefits for both crops and the soil they grow in, while also ensuring a “greener” bottom line. In fact, current data shows that when working with Anuvia products, growers can see a 3 to 5 times return on investment.