TOLEDO, Ohio - N-Viro International Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: NVIC) ('N-Viro'), an environmental technology company that markets an alternative fuel manufacturing process and agricultural products, announced today the Company has received a contract extension from the City of Toledo, Ohio (the 'City').
During a Toledo City Council meeting held on Tuesday, September 28, 2010, the City approved a one-year extension to N-Viro's contract to process Toledo biosolids. The extension provides for N-Viro to continue to operate the existing N-Viro Soil™ process until September 30, 2011, during which time N-Viro should process at least 24,000-25,000 tons of Toledo's biosolids into a safe, approved agricultural product. The extension was requested by the City to allow sufficient time to continue to review and discuss the future of its biosolids program and to explore options, including N-Viro's patented N-Viro Fuel™ technology.
Timothy Kasmoch, CEO and President, commented, 'We are again pleased to continue our twenty-one years of service for the City of Toledo. We remain excited about discussing the development of a new N-Viro Fuel facility with the City in the coming months. We are committed to working diligently with Toledo to provide the best alternative for the long-term handling of their biosolids, and hope to continue our long-term relationship with the City of Toledo.'