ARTi’s Bernardo del Campo Awarded by U.S. Education Without Borders Presidential Youth Leadership Initiative

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ARTi Company President Bernardo del Campo Accepts the Award with daughter and chief assistant.

In late August 2018, just before the ARTi was about to head off to the USBI Biochar Conference in Delaware, company president Bernardo del Campo accepted an award recognizing ARTi as a noteworthy enterprise. US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad presented the Certificate of Recognition by the American Business and Cultural Developments Entrepreneurs and Educators of the Future Award to Bernardo on behalf of ARTi.

International accounting firm Community CPA hosted the event. Community CPA’s website regarding the award ceremony reported, “On Monday, August 13th, Immigrant Entrepreneurs Summit held the Ambassador’s IES at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates in Des Moines, Iowa. The event gathered entrepreneurs from all over the country to celebrate its launching of the International Entrepreneurs Summit. After a decade of history in Iowa, IES has expanded Illinois this on this past July 27 at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline, Illinois.”

U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad.

Recognition for work done feels great but it is not the end of a road by any means. This is only the beginning! ARTi looks forward to reporting on other collaborations and efforts that are currently underway or recently completed.

ARTi’s Bernardo del Campo and daughter with the award recipients.

ARTi operates internationally and we are working in a number of countries from the US and Europe to Asia and the Americas. We are developing equipment for specific clients and biomass and products. ARTi acronym stands for Advanced Renewable Technologies international. And we have big plans to grow and expand biochar on many frontiers.


ARTi was founded by students in 2013 composed of multiple disciplines and nationalities. Our goal is to develop and implement biorenewable technologies.

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