Ecological Laboratories, Inc. acquires Tomco Chemical

Tomco Chemical provides bacterial products to breakdown solids, reduce odors for hog farms in the United States.

July 6, 2022

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Ecological Laboratories, Inc., a biotechnology company that develops and manufactures novel, proprietary, liquid microbial formulations capable of solving many of the most challenging environmental problems, has acquired Tomco Chemical. Tomco Chemical provides bacterial products specifically to breakdown solids and reduce odors for hog farms in the United States.

"We are thrilled to bring together the Tomco team with Ecological, which gives us critical mass to research, support and deliver against producer's farm waste challenges today and tomorrow," said Ecological's CEO Nick Favret.  

Ecological Laboratories, Inc. has been servicing the hog farming waste management industry for more than 40 years. By acquiring Tomco, Ecological will be able to reach more farming leaders looking to use biologically friendly solutions moving forward. Tomco's premier product Pit-Perfect, a component of their In-Gest-O-Bac product series, has been a tool used by farmers with great success. As bio-gas and sustainable agriculture continue to scale globally, Ecological recognizes the further demand of their microbial solutions.  

Ecological's Farm Waste Management solutions under the brand Microbe-Lift is an effective way to improve farm waste processes. With unmatched capabilities to breakdown waste, and reduce toxic gases. Microbe-Lift technology drives down costs, increases operation efficiency, provides return on investment and supports regulatory compliance.  

"I am proud to announce the merger of Tomco Chemical and Ecological Laboratories, Inc. By joining forces with Ecological we have the capacity to bring the best solution in waste management to a level that has not been seen before," said Tom Elsner, president and CEO of Tomco Chemical.

Source: Ecological Laboratories, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.

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