Updated: Feb 12

Renewable Nutrients, in conjunction with partners AES, successfully operated a Phosphorus recovery pilot on farm in Ohio. The mission was to create a low phosphorus solid to be used locally and create Calcium Phosphate to be used when needed as a fertilizer. Attached is a link to a news article from Ohio's Country Journal.

Updated: Feb 12

Ariel Szogi, Advisor to Renewable Nutrients, has published a White Paper titled "Economic Recovery of Calcium Phosphates From Swine Lagoon Sludge Using Quick Wash Process and Geotextile Filtration". The paper comes after a Renewable Nutrients Quick Wash Pilot with a major national hog producer in North Carolina. The pilot showed how Quick Wash can efficiently remove and recover phosphorus from hog lagoons.

Renewable Nutrients is pleased to announce that Garrett Pallo has joined the commercialization team as a Technical Advisor to assist in advancing both the Quick Wash® phosphorous extraction and recovery technology and Renewable Nutrients' new ammonia extraction technology currently under development. "We are pleased that Garrett sees the value in our company and its technologies and has agreed to come on board to help ensure our long term success" said Jeff Dawson, CEO Renewable Nutrients.

Mr. Pallo is a graduate of the Civil Engineering program at Oregon State University at Corvallis, Oregon. With licensure in several northwest states, Mr. Pallo had a successful 25-year career in the consulting arena providing professional engineering services to public agencies with a focus on public infrastructure projects. Mr. Pallo’s specific focus has been in the water and wastewater markets where he served as a designer, engineer, project manager, and finally, as principal engineer on many projects and for many clients. Mr. Pallo had the opportunity to work as a partner in two Oregon consulting firms before starting his own firm in 2008, Civil West Engineering Services, Inc. He has been involved in the management and operation of Civil West for over 10 years and recently sold this successful business to his talented management team.

With a flare of entrepreneurial spirit, Mr. Pallo has had the opportunity to be involved with numerous other companies and ventures ranging from providing gravel and construction products in the North Dakota oil fields to commercial property development and sales. Until just recently, Mr. Pallo served as the Vice President of Technology for CLEARAS Water Recovery, Inc, an emerging technology company seeking to utilize natural biology and algae to recover nutrients from wastewater streams. Though no longer involved in the day-to-day operations of CLEARAS, Mr. Pallo remains a major shareholder of this company and has turned his attention to working with other startup and emerging technology firms focused on nutrient recovery/removal, processing of biomass into downstream products, energy and resource recovery, and other related technologies and interests.

Mr. Pallo makes his home in Florence Montana with his wife and four children.