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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."

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Contact:

Russell V. Davis

President, Organix, Inc.

Walla Walla, Washington, USA

Phone: 509-527-0526

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.organix.us

SOURCE Organix, Inc.

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