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February 23, 1999 | ROBERTA G. WAX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Compost happens. But not easily or quickly, which can be a problem for farmers who might run afoul of the Environmental Protection Agency's strict rules regarding animal waste disposal. Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Westlake Village hopes to ease this waste management problem with a new closed-loop system that is being tested at two dairy farms. Company spokesman David Foster said the four-part system is designed to address the concerns of the U.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1999 | ROBERTA G. WAX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Compost happens. But not easily or quickly, which can be a problem for farmers who might run afoul of the Environmental Protection Agency's strict rules regarding animal waste disposal. Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Westlake Village hopes to ease this waste management problem with a new closed-loop system that is being tested at two dairy farms. Company spokesman David Foster said the four-part system is designed to address the concerns of the U.S.
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BUSINESS
February 17, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Thousand Oaks has completed the acquisition of a diatomaceous earth mine in Harper Valley, Ore. "With this acquisition, we now own 640 acres with an estimated [deposit of] 350,000 tons of diatomaceous earth, which equates to a 50-year supply of the key ingredient of our insecticide products," said company President Marvin Mears.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1999 | BARBARA MURPHY
Robert A. Stewart has joined Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Westlake Village as director of government relations and municipal waste systems sales. Stewart spent several years as a legislative aide in Washington, D.C., where he was active in the administration of a number of environmental programs. He previously founded a private residential and commercial cleaning and recycling business, and he has acted as a consultant to several organic recycling companies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 13, 1999
* Bob Schneider, senior vice president of Warner Bros.' Worldwide Corporate Promotions, Burbank, will now be responsible for promotional activities for the studio's motion pictures as well, the company said. Schneider will now report to Sanford E. Reisenbach, the company's executive vice president of Marketing and Planning, on corporate promotional issues; and to Brad A. Ball, president of Warner Bros.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Thousand Oaks will begin demonstrating its Closed Loop Waste Management System for the reduction of organic wastes at a large dairy farm in Chino that has 300,000 dairy cows in a 4-mile radius. Additional demonstrations will run at the Ogden Stock Yard in Utah. The Closed Loop Waste Management System is designed to convert animal wastes into a pathogen-free, nutrient-rich, soil supplement.
BUSINESS
May 12, 1998
Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. in Westlake Village is negotiating a mining contract with Terra Minerals Corp. of Salt Lake City. Mining and sales operations at the 640-acre Tiger Deposit owned by Environmental Products in Harper Valley, Ore., are expected to begin soon. The site has an estimated 350,000 tons of high-quality, 95% pure diatomaceous earth.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1996 | MIGUEL HELFT
Three environmentally minded companies are scheduled to pitch their products to members of Ventura County's agribusiness community at a breakfast meeting Nov. 12. The presentation, sponsored by the Pacific Agribusiness Alliance, will discuss the possible agricultural uses of products from three fledgling companies housed within the Thousand Oaks Environmental Business Cluster. Mike Brock, founder of Naturam Inc.
BUSINESS
April 14, 1998 | LEO SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Bernardino County city of Chino has about 300,000 cows packed into its dairy farms. And 300,000 cows produce a lot of bodily waste. That might not sound particularly inviting to the average person, but to officials at Environmental Products & Technologies Corp. of Westlake Village, the cows may as well be putting out a welcome mat.
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