Sustainability Engineered Projects
"Sustainable Engineering may be defined as engineering for human development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs (Bruntland Commission, 1987)."
An Introduction to Sustainability Engineering for the Masses.
Examples of Sustainable Engineering include:
Sustainability Engineered Projects are a freely available voluntary effort to provide alternatives to the high cost fossil fuels that pollute the atmosphere, water, and earth, to fight global warming, and within the guidelines of the Center for Sustainable Engineering. The Sustainability Engineered Projects also relies heavily publicly available information presented on the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the EPA Climate Change. We of Agro-Biogenics, Inc. wish to thank the United States Government for making this information readily available to the world wide community so that action might be taken in this time of global environmental and energy crisis.
Agro-Biogenics, Inc. is incorporated in India as a holding corporation for several Sustainability Engineered Projects.
The APIX-SEP R&D DEPARTMENT for SCIENCE and RELATED STUDIES of AGRO-BIOGENICS, INC. is the "Think tank" for developing and publishing the designs for several Sustainability Engineered Projects to meet the latest guidelines established by the Center for Sustainable Engineering using the latest available technology and Engineering practices. The "Think Tank" aims to make available links to both Education and Technology pertaining to sustainable energy to all, regardless of financial means.