The whole factory-to-field Nitrasol system helps farmers be more sustainable. Our engineered system focuses on cleaner air, purer water, less waste and lower carbon. The result is the Lowest Total Environmental Impact of any nitrogen fertiliser typically used in the UK.
Nitrasol fertilisers have about a fifth lower emissions of ammonia and carbon and about half the logistical steps from one of the most impactful inputs in UK agriculture.
Using IPCC estimates of fertiliser production Greenhouse Gas emissions at the factory-gate, normalised for potency, we assess over 50 further data points for carbon consumption and ammonia emissions. Taking the entire fertiliser production, distribution and application system from factory-to-field, we estimate that Nitrasol has about a fifth lower emissions and about half the logistical steps than other commonly used fertilisers in the UK.
Starting with a clean sheet of paper, we have redefined what a fertiliser terminal should be like. We’ve taken a engineering and logistics approach to tacking the problem of carbon and ammonia emissions.
Wasteful steps like double handling and the problems associated with outdoor lagoons have been eliminated. Our terminals feature bunding for total environmental containment and sealed vessels to eliminate losses of ammonia for cleaner air. And of course, there is no place for single-use plastic or packaging in a factory-to-field system that eliminates spillage and risk of leaks by using dry fit connectors and compressed air purging.
Perfecting a large number of small marginal gains at each logistical stage throughout the entire Nitrasol system from factory-to-field results in a winning combination.
The first time our comprehensive range of liquid fertilisers meet the atmosphere is when they emerge from the sprayer nozzle.
You benefit from all this unrivaled carbon efficiency at no extra cost. If you’re serious about the path to NetZero only Nitrasol has the fewest steps, lower emissions, least carbon and zero waste.