Proven Comprehensive Treatment and Resource Recovery for Livestock Waste

cleaner water…cleaner air…better economics

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Excess Nutrients

A Global
Challenge

US EPA calls excess nutrients one of the greatest water quality problems in the U.S. today. Dead Zones, toxic algae blooms, and contaminated wells and aquifers occur with greater frequency. Livestock waste is a leading cause… read more

Bion Platform

Cost-effective
Technology

Bion has developed and proven its technology platform that provides comprehensive environmental treatment of livestock waste and recovers value-added nutrients, renewable energy, and clean water from the waste… read more

Win-Win Solution

Downstream and Local Benefits

Direct treatment of livestock waste can create dramatic savings in downstream clean water costs and produces local economic and environmental benefits that cannot be achieved through downstream treatment options… read more

Policy Change

New Clean
Water Strategy

Escalating clean water costs and declining water quality are the symptoms of a failing clean water strategy. Policy change that engages the private sector and focuses on cost-effective spending is gaining broad support… read more


Key PA legislation – SB575

Quick Link to Pennsylvania Senate Bill 575 (Passed Senate 33-17; now in House State Government Committee)

PA Legislative Update: SB 575 was calendared for a voting hearing in the House State Government Committee on March 16, 2020. That morning, the House cancelled all committee meetings and hearings scheduled for the week.

May 21 Update: Both chambers of the General Assembly remain on a 12-hour call as we transition past the holiday weekend and move closer to June. Rumors have circulated as to whether the legislature has come to an agreement on a stop-gap budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21. This would require the General Assembly to finish the remainder of the Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget at a later date, possibly setting up a Sine Die session. Our intel leads us to believe that the legislature may consider the budget before the end of next week.

The Independent Fiscal Office will release a report next Tuesday, May 26, presenting an update on revenue estimates. All expectations lead us to believe the Commonwealth is facing a significant budget shortfall of nearly $5 billion.

Currently, the House is scheduled to return to session next Tuesday (05/26) and Wednesday (05/27). However, that is subject to change given the discussions around the budget.

Bion in the Media

NPR

WITF Harrisburg

Private contractors clean up Chesapeake? Dominic Bassani discusses SB 799 on NPR’s Smart Talk with Scott LaMar (Aug 21, 2017)

ABC 27 News

WHTM Harrisburg

Senate Bill 799: Bill would allow private-sector companies to bid on bay cleanup efforts (July 7, 2017)

WHP 580 AM

Taking Care of Business with Michael Parks 

Radio Interview: Saving the Bay – Saving Money (July 7, 2017)

WHP 580 AM

RJ Harris in the Morning 

Radio Interview: Dominic Bassani talks about PA SB 799 and competitive bidding (July 6, 2017)

ABC 27 News

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