Two of the eight finalists for Project of the Year were built by Regenis. Ferndale, WA– Two Whatcom County dairy digester projects built by agricultural waste solutions company, Regenis, have been nominated as finalists for the American Biogas Council’s Project of the Year Awards, which will be handed out at a ceremony on +Read more
“Over the last 12 years, Regenis is the only company we’ve entrusted to build our digester design because they’ve been true to their word and their handshake still means something.” — Steve Dvorak, CEO, DVO, Inc.
When milk prices plunged in 2008, our family had been running a dairy successfully for 50 years, but we knew we had to come up with other ways to keep running for another 50. About the same time, one of the local tribal members suggested we partner with other local dairies to build the first +Read more
We were considered pioneers when we built the first digester in the state a decade ago, and we’ve partnered with Regenis from the beginning not just because of their technical expertise, but also because their tradition of honesty and integrity. Throughout the last ten years, we’ve viewed them as our partner as we’ve experimented with +Read more
Regenis anaerobic digesters are at the center of a quiet revolution that enables us to convert waste management and environmental problems into renewable, revenue-generating products. Using Regenis digesters and manure management tools, we can turn dairy waste into commercially profitable renewable natural gas (RNG) for growing fleets of natural gas vehicles, bio-fertilizers, a fibrous soil +Read more
Eight years after building our initial digester system, Regenis will be replacing our electricity generator with gas scrubbers, giving us the flexibility to sell clean, renewable natural gas (RNG) to trucking fleets and taxi companies. Regenis is the only company we considered for this project because they’re unrivaled in the business of constructing digesters. Our +Read more