The Buzz
Rabobank Announces FoodBytes! San Francisco Winners
Rabobank announced the FoodBytes! San Francisco 2018 winners, selected from 20 pitch companies from the U.K., Canada, Sweden, Ukraine, France and the United States. I Heart Foods earned the Judges' Choice Award for its Bolivian-heirloom quinoa healthy snacks, Farmer's Fridge won the People's Choice Award for its revolutionary automated fresh food fridges, and BioFiltro earned the Highly Commend...
Learn More
Biofiltro gana el premio PwC Innovación 2017
Representantes de Viña Emiliana, una empresa de producción vitivinícola orgánica y BioFiltro, un sistema de recuperación de aguas contaminadas, hablan sobre los desafíos que vienen tras ser reconocidos por su foco hacia la innovación. http://www.pulso.cl/empresas-mercados/ganadores-del-premio-pwc-innovacion-2017-centran-objetivos-crecimiento/# Matías Sjögren:  “Este premio es un golpe de en...
Learn More
BIOFILTRO ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH ORGANIX FOR NORTHWEST EXPANSION
SANTIAGO, CHILE, March 27, 2017 – BioFiltro, a global company who offers a wastewater treatment technology that uses worms and microbes to rapidly treat water, announced that they have recently completed an agreement with Organix, Inc. of Walla Walla, Washington to act as distributor for their patented water treatment system in the region.    Matias Sjogren, BioFiltro CEO, explains, “New regu...
Learn More
KCRA Sacramento NBC
Fanelli said the agencies are working to install an even bigger project at a farm in Washington."It’s going to be 200,000 gallons a day where this one is just a baby; treating 13,000 gallons," he said. BioFiltro, a Chilean company, developed the system at Fanelli's farm to reduce the risk of water and air pollution. Watch the report
Learn More
Huffington Post
In 2016, Fetzer Vineyards installed a groundbreaking BioFiltro BIDA® wastewater treatment system that uses billions of red worms and microbes to treat its greywater. Byproducts of the system are worm castings, which enhance the vineyards’ soils. Read the full article here.
Learn More
Modesto Bee
The worm system has removed 75 percent to 98 percent of the nitrogen per day, said Joseph Choperena, a senior project manager at Sustainable Conservation. Read more here
Learn More