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EnviTec Biogas USA sees continued strong growth

EnviTec Biogas USA sees continued strong growth
An EnviTec Biogas plant (photo courtesy EnviTec Biogas).

In the United States (US), EnviTec Biogas USA Inc., the independent subsidiary of Germany-headed biogas "allrounder" EnviTec Biogas AG reports continued strong market growth for the company's operations that will require staff and location expansions.

Favorable locations, proximity to critical partners and suppliers, and abundant warehouse space housing a total of 3.5 million spare parts – EnviTec Biogas USA has a prominent position across its three locations in the United States.

With Rochester, New York, Watertown, South Dakota, and the headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, we score points with our American customers with short distances and comprehensive support during the sales, construction phase, service, and operations, said Lars von Lehmden, Managing Director of EnviTec Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG, based in Lohne and Saerbeck, Germany.

The 9,200 square feet combined office/warehouse in Rochester, NY contains approximately 1.2 million worth of spare parts, while the Watertown, SD location offers 11,000 square feet of combined office/warehouse with 2.3 million of spare and wear parts in stock to enable quick service response times.

Both locations can support design, project execution, and service tasks, Lars von Lehmden said.

Lars von Lehmden is also CEO of EnviTec Biogas USA, responsible for plant construction in the US, and is planning further possible locations with the 25-strong US team.

We are currently pursuing projects in California, Idaho, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, and Wisconsin. We’re also interested in the Southwest, Lars von Lehmden explained.

There are currently 11 plants under construction, two of which are supplying biomethane aka renewable natural gas (RNG) to the grid, and two that will be brought online in the next month, with more to follow this year.

Another three to five projects are currently in the pipeline, added Timothy Logan, President of EnviTec Biogas Construction.

This will also require further expansion of the team. For construction projects, the biogas all-rounder attaches great importance to working with local service providers.

We have long-term partnerships with local companies and technical colleges, having already seen positive returns from these investments, particularly in terms of human capital and cost control. We value the local communities in which we work, and creating added value for surrounding agricultural and industrial customers is a real win-win situation, concluded Stefan Dehne, General Manager of EnviTec Biogas Construction.

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