NeptuneChain

NeptuneChain

NeptuneChain

Creating a distributed future for water quality.

Creating a distributed future for water quality.

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Restoring Soil and Water Quality

Restoring Soil and Water Quality

We’re turning practices on the farm into reliable resources for utilities and water markets.

What is NeptuneChain?

NeptuneChain creates a distributed future for water by helping utilities and their customers eliminate pollution.

How does NeptuneChain work?

60% of America's water is polluted with nutrients from farmland, creating toxic dead zones and costing farmers and businesses millions each year. Our solution makes water remediation financially viable by helping farmers use technology to eliminate pollution before it leaves their fields.

Who can benefit?

We offer everyone an easy way to offset their nutrient footprint and fund sustainable agriculture practices. Our customers understand that good farming prevents losses and promotes better water quality, creating greater value and a healthier environment for all.

Ready to make an impact?

Join us in creating a distributed future for water quality.

Clean Water Starts Now

Managing nutrients made simpler than ever.

Clean Water Starts Now

Managing nutrients made simpler than ever.

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Worldwide
Water Network

Learn about the farmers and communities that we help with pollution removal.

Learn about the farmers and communities that we help with pollution removal.

NutrientNet

Marketplace Access

Nutrient Tracking

Regulatory Navigation

Monitoring & Verification

Watershed Planning

Financing Support

NeptuneChain

Marketplace Access

Nutrient Tracking

Regulatory Navigation

Monitoring & Verification

Monitoring

Watershed Planning

Financing Support

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Marketplace Access

Nutrient Tracking

Regulatory Navigation

Monitoring & Verification

Monitoring

Watershed Planning

Financing Support

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Q&A

What is nutrient pollution?

Nutrient pollution refers to the excessive presence of nutrients, primarily nitrogen and phosphorus, in water bodies, which can lead to harmful ecological and environmental impacts such as algal blooms, oxygen depletion, and degraded water quality.

How does nutrient pollution affect farms?

Nutrient pollution can negatively impact farms by causing imbalances in soil nutrient levels, reducing crop productivity, and harming livestock health. It can also contribute to the contamination of nearby water sources, affecting both agricultural and natural ecosystems.

How does nutrient trading help address nutrient pollution?

Nutrient trading promotes more cost-effective and flexible ways of reducing nutrient pollution. It allows entities facing high costs to reduce nutrients to purchase credits from those who can achieve reductions more efficiently. This incentivizes innovation, encourages best management practices, and promotes collaboration among stakeholders to achieve overall nutrient reduction goals.

Are there any challenges associated with nutrient trading?

Implementing nutrient trading programs can face challenges such as establishing accurate nutrient reduction measurement methodologies, ensuring proper monitoring and verification, addressing equity concerns, and ensuring the long-term sustainability and effectiveness of the trading system. However, these challenges can be addressed through careful planning, stakeholder engagement, and ongoing program evaluation and refinement.

What is nutrient pollution?

Nutrient pollution refers to the excessive presence of nutrients, primarily nitrogen and phosphorus, in water bodies, which can lead to harmful ecological and environmental impacts such as algal blooms, oxygen depletion, and degraded water quality.

How does nutrient pollution affect farms?

Nutrient pollution can negatively impact farms by causing imbalances in soil nutrient levels, reducing crop productivity, and harming livestock health. It can also contribute to the contamination of nearby water sources, affecting both agricultural and natural ecosystems.

How does nutrient trading help address nutrient pollution?

Nutrient trading promotes more cost-effective and flexible ways of reducing nutrient pollution. It allows entities facing high costs to reduce nutrients to purchase credits from those who can achieve reductions more efficiently. This incentivizes innovation, encourages best management practices, and promotes collaboration among stakeholders to achieve overall nutrient reduction goals.

Are there any challenges associated with nutrient trading?

Implementing nutrient trading programs can face challenges such as establishing accurate nutrient reduction measurement methodologies, ensuring proper monitoring and verification, addressing equity concerns, and ensuring the long-term sustainability and effectiveness of the trading system. However, these challenges can be addressed through careful planning, stakeholder engagement, and ongoing program evaluation and refinement.