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Organix Begins Shipping RePeet™

WALLA WALLA, Wash. Jan. 31, 2011 Walla Walla, Washington Yakima County, Washington

RePeet™ is manufactured from dairy fiber resulting from the anaerobic digestion of manure for renewable energy production.  An anaerobic digester acts like a short term, renewable peat bog – submerging the fiber for up to 45 days. Organix further processes the fiber after digestion with its patented system, improving the fiber’s characteristics as a peat-like, soil amendment.  Russell V. Davis, President of Organix, says the company expects to ship 40,000 yards of RePeet™ in 2011 from this facility, much of which has already been secured with contracts.

"Everyone wins," says Davis. "Manure management techniques are improved creating a significant environmental benefit.  Secondly, RePeet™ can reduce peat bog harvesting, a contentious issue for many. Also, the horticultural user now has access to a reliable, renewable amendment.  What’s more, it’s a domestically produced product that creates jobs in the local, rural community."


the United States Canada

Walla Walla, Washington Portland Seattle


Russell V. Davis

President, Organix, Inc.

Walla Walla, Washington, USA

Phone: 509-527-0526

Email: [email protected]


SOURCE Organix, Inc.

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