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BioNitrogen is an American biotechnology company specializing in the conversion of renewable agricultural waste biomass into urea fertilizer.   Our small-format production facilities are designed for implementation in local farm communities, close to our required feedstock. We are committed to protecting the environment and contributing to local economic development.


BioNitrogen's innovative technology platform gasifies biomass to produce high-quality, nitrogen-rich urea. Our patent-pending approach is the product of years of effort, backed by extensive experience in industry and academe. We operate at substantially lower costs than traditional manufacturers, and with virtually no impact on the environment.



WE PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY UREA FERTILIZER.    BioNitrogen produces urea in three main product formats:    Granular Urea - 46% Nitrogen Content, Prilled Urea - 46% Nitrogen Content,  Urea Ammonium Nitrate (UAN) - 32% Nitrogen Content




The BioNitrogen Production Facility   Compared to traditional urea manufacturing facilities that use natural gas as a feedstock, the BioNitrogen plant is much smaller and can be constructed and brought online for production much more quickly. Additionally, our design is far less expensive to build and maintain.



How the BioNitrogen Biomass Gasification and Conversion System WorksThe BioNitrogen concept is to gasify biomass feedstock and convert the resulting gas into urea. Biomass is carbon-based and composed of a mixture of organic molecules containing hydrogen, usually including atoms of oxygen, often nitrogen and also small quantities of other atoms, including alkali, alkaline earth and heavy metals. These metals are often found in functional molecules such as the porphyrins that include chlorophyll, which contains magnesium.


We help feed the world.  The product we make - urea - is used globally as a fertilizer to improve the yields of crops such as rice, corn, beans and tomatoes. Every day we do our jobs, we contribute to an increased food supply, ensuring more people will be able to put healthy food on their tables. We also conduct our business in a manner that is environmentally responsible and supportive of local economies.


Company News

Board of Directors

Mario G. Beruvides, Ph.D. P.E.

Chairman, Board of Directors

Carlos A. Contreras, MBA, B.S.

Member, Board of Directors

Terry R. Collins, Ph.D.,P.E.

Member, Board of Directors

Bryan B. Kornegay, Jr.

Member, Board of Directors

Juan M. Vazquez

Member, Board of Directors

Peter Smiechowski

Special Advisor To The Board


Mario G. Beruvides, Ph.D, P.E.

Chairman, Board of Directors

Mr. Beruvides specializes in systems, engineering and technology management. He has held a professorship at Texas Tech University since 1994, most recently as AT&T Professor of Industrial Engineering. He served in academic roles at the University of Texas at El Paso and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). He has contributed to more than 30 technical research projects and published more than 200 scholarly publications, including "Utilizing Agricultural Biomass in Energy Production and Economic Development".

He has design patents in the U.S. and Canada and is the co-author of several patent-pending technologies and processes related to modularized systems, stranded gas, biomass feedstock, and fertilizer production. His industry experience includes engineer positions at CIBA-GEIGY, AFA Corporation and Security Plastics Inc.

Dr. Beruvides earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Miami and a Ph.D in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech. He is a certified Professional Engineer, a Fellow of the American Society of Engineering Management, an Engineering Management Honor Society member since 2007 and a National Scholars Honor Society member since 2008.


Headquarters (Doral, Florida)

BioNitrogen Corp.
8725 N.W. 18th Terrace
Suite 105
Doral, FL 33172

Phone: 305.418.8545begin_of_the_skype_highlighting                 305.418.8545       
Fax: 305.418.8565

Investor Relations
Adam Friedman
Adam Friedman Associates
Phone: 212.981.2529begin_of_the_skype_highlighting                 212.981.2529     


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#11144  Sticky Note Biomass does not appear to be one of LongRun8 02/12/14 11:45:49 AM
#11268   The company is still saying that the 5 codaras 04/16/14 06:03:46 PM
#11267   I think Taylor county is very promising But codaras 04/15/14 07:59:23 PM
#11266   Thanks. Glad to hear Larry Davis is still codaras 04/15/14 07:53:21 PM
#11265   I watched the news clip on channel 10, swikey 04/15/14 07:14:31 PM
#11264   I am thinking that they will commit to Dave1865 04/15/14 05:02:35 PM
#11263   It is interesting to point out that they txstockhawk 04/15/14 02:42:26 PM
#11262   Frustrating to say the least, I thought that doubting 04/15/14 02:42:16 PM
#11261   EPC is not even being worked on, engineers Longgg 04/15/14 02:23:35 PM
#11260   You can go to the Hardee county development txstockhawk 04/15/14 02:20:43 PM
#11259   Is this the Hardee scandal? Richard2112 04/15/14 01:59:48 PM
#11258   doubting 04/15/14 01:42:36 PM
#11257   Has anyone heard anything on the progress of doubting 04/15/14 12:57:24 PM
#11256   Hardee County Development Authority doesn't believe BioNitrogen is real? LongRun8 04/15/14 12:33:40 PM
#11255   As far as I know, the answer is swikey 04/15/14 09:58:12 AM
#11254   Swikey, Thanks for taking the time to go out doubting 04/15/14 09:15:58 AM
#11253   Good morning, and thank you for the welcome. swikey 04/15/14 08:19:51 AM
#11252   An official welcome to the IHub BION board, LongRun8 04/14/14 09:34:37 PM
#11251   Wow that's cool. I am curious if they codaras 04/14/14 09:32:43 PM
#11250   I have been reading your post for over swikey 04/14/14 08:28:33 PM
#11249   here is the second page of that article codaras 04/14/14 03:30:23 PM
#11248   I have seen that happen once before where LongRun8 04/14/14 01:23:15 PM
#11247   BION recently had a lowering of their Dave1865 04/14/14 11:31:04 AM
#11246   This is almost definitely Bionitrogen. I couldn't copy codaras 04/14/14 07:33:26 AM
#11245   Could this be Bionitrogen they are referring to? codaras 04/14/14 07:12:22 AM
#11244   BION Stockadamus 04/11/14 01:04:54 PM
#11243   Energy is an issue but from a very txstockhawk 04/09/14 03:06:48 PM
#11242   Cheap Energy is Bions next hurdle for construction, imo. jrugges 04/04/14 02:27:33 PM
#11241 First I've seen if this peafunke 04/02/14 11:06:34 PM
#11240   I have to admit I am a little doubting 04/02/14 08:09:38 PM
#11239   Vvvvroooom putttputtput Crash! 2014 free fall! jrugges 04/02/14 04:52:06 PM
#11238   Yes Hedry and Taylor counties are offering better codaras 04/02/14 12:36:39 PM
#11237   Yes Hedry and Taylor counties are offering better codaras 04/02/14 12:36:37 PM
#11236   What is happening in Hardee county? peafunke 04/02/14 09:56:35 AM
#11235   I agree, they have a lot going on. Dave1865 04/01/14 09:32:05 PM
#11234   They have a lot going on right now. codaras 04/01/14 05:23:37 PM
#11233   Interesting to note, in an article published August Longgg 04/01/14 11:29:53 AM
#11232   BioNitrogen Receives Additional Funding for Hendry County Plant 15for2 04/01/14 09:55:54 AM
#11231   September 10th, 2014 - Mark this day. AirCorps 03/29/14 04:08:05 PM
#11230   They best be hurrying up and getting a peafunke 03/29/14 07:46:58 AM
#11229   Update to the BioNitrogen website on Hendry County AirCorps 03/28/14 12:36:21 PM
#11228   I cant remember exactly, but not to many doubting 03/27/14 04:58:12 PM
#11227   Those are pretty strong adjectives in describing BION. peafunke 03/27/14 12:40:00 PM
#11226   In my experience it sometimes is the way txstockhawk 03/27/14 11:44:59 AM
#11225   I see it as positive that BION is AirCorps 03/27/14 11:40:20 AM
#11224   I think we could all use a little txstockhawk 03/27/14 10:56:10 AM
#11222   Federal Regulations are strict when it comes to PsD 03/26/14 01:03:53 PM
#11221   If you truly believe that then you should Richard2112 03/25/14 01:19:14 PM
#11220   They actually have none. An it doesn't seem jrugges 03/25/14 12:45:45 PM
#11219   I played this one a couple years ago, RookieStockPicker 03/22/14 12:22:15 PM
#11218   Stock isn't trust worthy. For weeks now the jrugges 03/21/14 05:47:26 PM