Re-Nuble

Award-winning Re-Nuble lays waste to malnutrition

By GREGORY ZELLER // An outer-borough biotech with a Long Island lineage is racing to the head of the organic-fertilizer field. Re-Nuble Inc., founded by scientifically oriented business IT specialist Tinia Pina, has snagged a 2017 American Entrepreneurship Award and the $25,000 interest-free loan that accompanies it – the latest feathers in the cap of a 2015 startup that transforms food waste into fresh produce. The American Entrepreneurship accolades are doled out by the Libra Group,…


Re-Nuble: Not your average high-growth company

By GREGORY ZELLER // Tinia Pina didn’t set out to create a supercharged organic fertilizer for hydroponic agriculture. It just worked out that way. Pina’s initial concern was the tons of food wasted annually by relatively well-fed Americans. Turning it into organic fertilizer isn’t an entirely new concept, but taking it where Pina and her team are going is wholly innovative. Pina’s Re-Nuble Inc. actually represents “an amalgamation of a lot of different interests,” the…