• Agromin is SEEAG's "Farmer of the Season"
    Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at

  • Agromin's CEO Bill Camarillo was recently featured as the "Farmer of the Season" by Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG). He was interviewed by Mary Maranville, SEEAG's CEO.

    Bill had the opportunity to tell the Agromin story—from its humble beginnings to a company that now employs 150 workers. In the video, he explains how organics recycling helps reduce CO2 and methane emissions by diverting organic material from landfills and putting it back into the soil--and how farmers reap the benefits because the soil they use to grow their crops is now richer with nature-made nutrients. Bill also discusses how food waste recycling offers new opportunities to create biofuel and compost.

    The video is a quick overview of the organics recycling process for those not familiar with how it works. Thank you SEEAG for putting this together!

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