Here We Grow Again…

Progressive Recovery, Inc. Expanding Facilities to Meet Growing Demand As the global economy continues to improve, companies are looking for new ways to expand research and business, invest in novel recycling technologies, and find innovative ways to become more efficient …

The Last Line of Defense Against Dangerous Pathogens

PRI Bio Effluent & Tissue Sterilization Systems Support Research Growth PRI Bio develops environmentally-conscious, efficient systems for the sterilization of biologically hazardous material. PRI Bio Effluent and Tissue Sterilization systems support a valuable, growing research economy for public health, animal …

Genetically Modified Mosquito Trials Approved by FDA in U.S.

With the continued concern about the Zika-spreading and difficult-to-control Aedes aegypti mosquito, the FDA has now approved the release of genetically modified mosquitoes in the state of Florida.  It may not happen, however, as local officials and the public will also weigh-in on …

The Risk of Avian Flu

The Avian Flu outbreak of 2015 struck poultry farmers in various states across the United States, costing billions of dollars and thousands of jobs due to the destruction.  Despite the vast amount of planning and preparation by the United States …

France confirms case of mad cow disease.

France’s agriculture ministry confirmed on Thursday that a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, had been discovered in the northeastern region of Ardennes. The suspected case, found in a five-year-old cow, was identified last week during …

PRI-Bio Selected to Provide World’s Largest Bio-Hazardous Waste Decontamination System for U.S. Department of Homeland Security, National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF)

PRI-Bio, a wholly owned division of Progressive Recovery, Inc., has been selected by McCarthy/Mortenson and DHS to provide multiple bio-hazardous waste decontamination systems for the $1.25 billion National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility, a DHS Science and Technology Directorate project located …

Increasing Concern Hospital Superbugs Are Making it to the Ocean

Every day Southern California hospitals unleash millions of gallons of raw sewage into municipal sewers. The malodorous muck flows miles to one of the region’s sewage plants, where it is treated with the rest of the area’s waste and then released …

Researchers Engineer GMO “Kill Switches” to Protect the Environment

The use of Genetically Modified Bacteria continues to become more common in consumer goods such as probiotics and yogurts. Because of the concern that genetically modified organisms may have a negative affect on the natural environment, researchers have developed ways …