In-Pipe Technology, Inc. Announces the Acquisition of BioConversion Solutions

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In-Pipe Technology® Company, Inc. announced today the acquisition of BioConversion Solutions (BCS), formerly PMC BioTec.

BioConversion Solutions converts biomass to renewable energy and high-value byproducts including fertilizer and clean water using the industry’s most advanced and efficient biotechnology process. BCS’s proven and proprietary Advanced Fluidized Co-Digestion & Cogeneration (AFC2) anaerobic process and Advanced Fluidized Composting (AFC) aerobic process technologies produce biomass solutions for a variety of market applications including Commercial Co-Digestion, Agribusiness, Oil, Gas, & Mining, Chemical and Pharmaceutical, Military and Municipal. The company was founded in 2003 by renowned organic bioconversion expert, Dr. Alan Rozich, who remains on staff as Chief Science Officer. The BCS website is

“This is a very important and synergistic technology for In-Pipe,” said John Williams, President & CEO. “BCS’s processes complement our technology very nicely and add to our consortium of sustainable, environmentally friendly technologies.”

In-Pipe’s patented technology includes regularly adding a high concentration formulation of facultative, naturally-occurring, non-pathogenic bacteria to strategic locations throughout the sewer system in accordance with an engineered plan. This entails zero capital cost and no additional energy requirement. Performance in the collection system provides increased capacity within the plant, forestalls costly upgrades, and extends the life of the existing infrastructure.

In-Pipe Technology offers specialized technical expertise, strong customer understanding, and deep resource knowledge. Since In-Pipe uses natural, biological methods that complement a treatment plant’s own processes, In-Pipe is a sustainable solution − environmentally and economically.

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