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    Agromin Names Cody Cain Head Of Marketing And Business Development

    Oxnard, Calif. (November 29, 2021) – Agromin, a manufacturer of earth-friendly soil products and one of California’s largest organics recyclers, has named Cody Cain as its head of marketing and business development.

    Cain has spent over 15 years involved in environmental and energy projects for alternative fuels, solar, oil, natural gas, carbon credits and biogas. He was previously managing director of Tricon Ventures, a business development and capital raising consultancy in the alternative energy sector. During his career, Cain has coordinated four IPOs, founded fifteen companies and raised over $120 million for energy-related projects in the U.S. and Europe.

    At Agromin, one of his responsibilities is the rollout of California Compost, a web portal that helps California jurisdictions comply with organic waste procurement requirements as outlined in SB 1383, a climate change reduction bill designed to keep organic waste out of landfills.

    “Cody comes to Agromin with an extensive market development background in the renewable energy sector. I look forward adding Cody’s skills and experience to our team as we embark upon an unprecedented time of growth in our company’s history.” says Bill Camarillo, Agromin CEO.

    Contact Cain at [email protected] or (805) 850-8797. For more about Agromin, go to

    About Agromin:          

    Agromin, headquartered in Oxnard, Calif., manufactures earth-friendly soil products for farmers, government entities, landscapers and gardeners. Agromin is the organics recycler for over 200 California communities, making it one of the largest organics recyclers in the state. Each year, Agromin receives more than 1.2 million tons of organic material and then uses a safe, natural and sustainable process to transform the material into more than 300 eco-friendly soil products for landscape, agriculture, consumer and energy markets. The results are more vigorous and healthier plants and gardens, and on the conservation side, the opportunity to close the recycling loop, allowing more room in landfills and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Agromin is a U.S. Composting Council Composter of the Year recipient.

    Diane Zakian Rumbaugh

    Rumbaugh Public Relations


    805-407-1888 (Cell)

    Diane Rumbaugh | LinkedIn

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