Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:BNET) Looks To Grow With Sustainable Brand

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:BNET) is one of the leading provider of proven comprehensive livestock waste treatment technology. As per the reports, it has decided to retain its current quality management system consultant and the former United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) auditor. The objective of this step is to use expert knowledge in the development of an application in order to get accepted in Process Verified Program of USDA.

What is USDA PVP:

It’s a second to none opportunity for companies, who supply agricultural products or services to assure customers, different abilities to offer consistent quality products or services.

Previous Initiatives:

A summit meeting was organized by Global Roundtable of Sustainable Beef in Sao Paolo, Brazil in November 2014. The agenda of this summit was to establish five principles for sustainable beef production. Some of the largest companies in this field like McDonalds’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD), Cargill, JBS and many other took part in this summit to find a sustainable answer to the prevailing problem. Some of the issues, which were covered in this meeting, include food safety and environmental impact to animal health. As a result of this summit meeting, two largest dairy products and meat distribution companies of the world McDonalds and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE:WMT) have recently announced various initiatives with complete focus on environment sustainability.

The PVP of Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTCMKTS:BNET) is capable of designing a secure and sustainable brand on the basis of actual measurable standards and its impact on the environment, food safety and animal health. The sustainable branding certification strategy of the company will convey various standards related to environmental sustainability to the consumers. Some examples of these standards can be pathogen reduction, nutrient recovery and recycling, water reuse, reduction of odor and various greenhouse gasses such as nitrous oxide and methane.

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