Pepsi has demonstrated its commitment to reducing its environmental impacts up and down the value chain. The old-school approach to greening is to focus on operations within the proverbial 'four walls.' But Pepsi is approaching sustainability more holistically, with much greater impact.
Greening Pepsi, from fertilizer to bottles
Quality Organic Fertilizers & Soil Amendments at an Affordable Price
Our health starts with our soil. If the soil in our farms and gardens is depleted of life because of chemical and fertilization, the food will be sterile and not healthy. They key to a healthy body, soul, and mind is organically grown food that is full of life. “When the things we put into our bodies are healthy, our bodies are able to utilize the nutrients with very little energy. This leaves the rest of the energy in our food to be utilized for our activities of the day. We feel more alive, more alert,...
West Africa Fertilizer Forum early bird rate ends on March 17th
The West Africa Fertilizer Forum, taking place on9-10 Mayin Abidjan, is brought to you by theWest African Fertilizer Association (WAFA)andArgus. By combining WAFA’s local expertise and network and Argus’ global experience in industry events, this forum provides you with all the contacts and market insight you need to succeed in this rapidly growing market. You can book your place here. At this forum you will have the opportunity to meet and strengthen relationships with local market players in the...
Black & Veatch, Casale SA Announce Global Licensing Agreement for Fertilizers, Melamine and Methanol Technologies
Black & Veatch and Casale SA today announced the signing of a global licensing and cooperation agreement that designates Black & Veatch as a licensee for Casale’s innovative fertilizers, melamine, methanol and related chemical technologies. The companies are focused on addressing significant demand worldwide for chemical, fertilizer and industrial plant development. Demand is being driven primarily by global population growth and lower natural gas prices. The licensing agreement builds on the...
Macrotek Featured in World Fertilizer Magazine
World Fertilizer Magazine, an international B2B journal for the fertilizer industry, approached Macrotek Inc., global air pollution control provider, to highlight its expertise in pollution control for the fertilizer industry. Macrotek has significant experience with these applications, completing large projects in the Carribbean, North America, and other destinations worldwide. The magazine features Macrotek`s Christopher Ristevski and Rosanna Kronfli discussing innovative solutions for ammonia and urea removal...
Argus FMB Asia Fertilizer Conference • 29-31 March 2017 • Beijing, China
TheArgus FMB Asia Fertilizer Conferencewill return to Beijing and bring together over 500 market players from over 54 countries. Mark this important date in your diary and be part of the premier fertilizer event in the region: Do business with over 500 key fertilizer producers, traders and importers Hear insight on demand potential in growth markets in South East Asia Gain insight on global production capacities and the impact on your 2017 strategy Explore developments in Indian subsidy programs and impact...