EPA Names 2015 Safer Choice Partner of the Year Award Winners

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Osprey Biotechnics was named a 2015 Safer Choice Partner of the Year award winner for its outstanding achievement in the design, manufacture and promotion of products that are safer for families, workplaces, communities and the environment. 

Partner of the Year award winners represent a wide variety of leadership organizations, such as Fortune 500 companies, small- and medium-sized businesses, state governments and nongovernmental organizations. 

To qualify for the Safer Choice (formerly “Design for the Environment”) label, a product must meet EPA’s Safer Choice Standard, which includes stringent human and environmental health criteria. More on the 2015 Safer Choice Partner of the Year award winners can be found at www2.epa.gov/saferchoice/safer-choice-partner-year-awards.

As a biotechnology company that produces naturally green solutions every day, Osprey Biotechnics parallels the EPA’s Safer Choice Program's sustainability efforts in production and good stewardship toward the environment. 

About Osprey Biotechnics 
Osprey Biotechnics’ sole business is industrial microbiology. The company's microbiology experience originated in 1963 as a frontier-leading food-grade quality culture producers. Multi-species production experience included Lactobacillus for the food industry, Bacillus for the plant and animal health industry and Pseudomonas production for environmental bioremediation applications. Either through toll manufacturing of customer strains or isolation and optimization of innovative microbials in our own research laboratories, Osprey Biotechnics identifies and produces quality microbes for many diverse markets. These include animal feed additives, aquaculture, crops, cleaning solutions, residential and industrial wastewater treatment, and soil and groundwater remediation. 


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