SARASOTA, Fla., March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A company here is expanding to produce more trillions of beneficial bacteria -- the hungry kind that open drain pipes, clean up soil and groundwater, treat waste water, and are beneficial to fruits and vegetables.
Osprey Biotechnics is quadrupling its output this year from about 20,000 gallons a week to 80,000, and that's a lot of bacteria -- about 1.1 trillion per gallon.
The production increase is leading to a 20-25% increase in staffing, the company reports.
Osprey credits its growth to what it describes as "extraordinary quality control, quick customer service, new products -- we try always to deliver beyond expectations," says Lauren Danielson, executive vice president. "And of course we're almost the definition of a 'green' company, because we do so much for a clean environment."
The company provides custom fermentation, contract production, private label products, new product development, and quality control services. Its customers and products include:
- Soil and groundwater site cleanup
- Waste water treatment
- Oil/water separators
- Biological soil amendments
- Animal farm management
- Hard-surface cleaners
- Drain line maintenance
- Grease trap maintenance
- Carpet care
- Odor and waste eliminators
- Parts washers
- Vehicle reclamation systems
Osprey is headquartered at 1833-A 57th St., Sarasota FL 34243. email@example.com. web site is www.ospreybiotechnics.com. telephone 941/351-0026.
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