Carey Technologies is a diverse organization with expertise in N-VIROTM Biosolid Recycling, recycling, heavy construction, light construction, and real estate development.  The patented N-VIROTM Biosolids Recycling project is highlighted below.

Carey Technologies is a Pioneer in the Recycling and Management of Biosolids

What are biosolids?  Biosolids are the nutrient-rich organic material produced by treating wastewater solids. The wastewater comes from homes, businesses, and industries in the region and after processing and treatment; they can be beneficially recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment.

Does treatment kill pathogens? Using the patented N-VIROTM treatment technology, pathogens that were in raw wastewater enters the treatment plant and as the wastewater solids go through the biological digestion process, they are killed. Final product detects no parasites and viruses are rare. You are simply left with a compost material suitable to use on land and crops. In fact, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved the safe use of biosolids on land and crops.

How do the biosolids help the land, crops, and animals? They enrich the soil with essential nutrients that are released gradually as the plants need them. These nutrients include organic nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, and minor elements such as chromium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, selenium, sulfur, zinc and others that are necessary for plant growth. Biosolids also add organic matter, which improves the structure of the soil and helps the soil absorb and retain moisture. Recycling biosolids on land captures nutrients that would otherwise be lost and maintains the productivity of soil, one of our most vital resources. Biosolids are a valuable resource that can be used productively rather than treated as a waste to be dumped and buried at considerable cost. The use of biosolids on crops has found that their quality is no different than those treated with chemical fertilizer. Finally, animals are unharmed by the use of biosolids. In fact, they benefit because biosolids make the vegetation grow faster, there is more food for them to eat. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has evaluated biosolids programs and decided that biosolids application posed no risk to chinook salmon and, in fact, provided an environmental benefit by enhancing forest growth.

How does it work? Foul smelling nasty sewage sludge enters the treatment area where it is contained within machinery while undergoing the initial N-VIROTM treatment.
The sludge is contained in the treatment machinery until it is released into a holding bins on the treatment pad, as illustrated in the following images.
The compost material is then moved to outdoor pads where it is closely monitored for temperature and other environmental controls. Below, are three piles of biosolid compost all blended with different components.
The run-off from the rain or processing is collected and contained on the N-VIRO processing pad.
Temperature is closely monitored during N-VIRO soil and composting operations to ensure quality and safety.
The following demonstrate the particle size of pure N-VIROTM soil.
Carey Technologies uses a number of pieces of equipment to spread, transport, and mix the N-VIROTM product.
The following images were taken from the test site in Bowling Green, Kentucky where the N-VIROTM process was tested for effectiveness and evaluated for safety.
Senator Mitch McConnell and Dr. Luther Hughes (WKU) visit the N-VIROTM Marketing Pad.
These images were taken at the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) site, where for years N-VIROTM compost was mixed with clay and used as a landfill cover.
The following site was an abandoned strip mine. Approximately 4,000 tons of N-VIROTM soil, produced at the Bowling Green Municipal Utilities was sold to a private contractor and applied a rate of 100 tons per acre. After not producing vegetation for decades, the land is now full of vegetation and a tribute to the biosolid reclamation project pioneered by Carey Technologies.

Does treatment kill pathogens? Using the patented N-VIROTM treatment technology, pathogens that were in raw wastewater enters the treatment plant and as the wastewater solids go through the biological digestion process, they are killed. Final product detects no parasites and viruses are rare. You are simply left with a compost material suitable to use on land and crops. In fact, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved the safe use of biosolids on land and crops.

How do the biosolids help the land, crops, and animals? They enrich the soil with essential nutrients that are released gradually as the plants need them. These nutrients include organic nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, and minor elements such as chromium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, selenium, sulfur, zinc and others that are necessary for plant growth. Biosolids also add organic matter, which improves the structure of the soil and helps the soil absorb and retain moisture. Recycling biosolids on land captures nutrients that would otherwise be lost and maintains the productivity of soil, one of our most vital resources. Biosolids are a valuable resource that can be used productively rather than treated as a waste to be dumped and buried at considerable cost. The use of biosolids on crops has found that their quality is no different than those treated with chemical fertilizer. Finally, animals are unharmed by the use of biosolids. In fact, they benefit because biosolids make the vegetation grow faster, there is more food for them to eat. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has evaluated biosolids programs and decided that biosolids application posed no risk to chinook salmon and, in fact, provided an environmental benefit by enhancing forest growth.


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