Bioenergy Devco hosts Delaware Secretary of Agriculture

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Bioenergy Devco (BDC), the North American division of BTS Bioenergy, LLC, which focuses on the design, engineering, construction, financing and operation of advanced anaerobic digester systems, hosted Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Michael T. Scuse for a tour of its composting facility in Seaford on 15 February.
Secretary Scuse met with Shawn Kreloff, founder and CEO of Bioenergy Devco and vice president of government relations, Andrew Cassilly, to tour the Seaford facility and discuss the company's advanced anaerobic digester technology.
In September last year, Bioenergy Devco was granted the necessary permits to expand its existing composting facility in Seaford, Delaware, to include anaerobic digesters.
The Bioenergy Innovation Center is set to significantly mitigate pollution in the surrounding community and throughout the Delmarva area, according to BDC.
By redirecting processing waste and other organic materials away from landfills and land applications, the centre will repurpose these resources into clean, renewable energy and healthy soil amendments.
This initiative not only contributes to the creation of sustainable energy and agricultural products but improves air, water, and soil quality simultaneously.
"We are honoured to welcome Secretary Scuse to our Bioenergy Innovation Center and showcase how Bioenergy Devco is leading the way in sustainability and innovation right here in Delaware," said Shawn Kreloff, CEO of Bioenergy Devco.
"As the United States moves toward a clean energy economy, organics recycling provides a critical solution to reduce waste, lower greenhouse gas emissions, produce renewable fuel and support American agriculture.
"Secretary Scuse's leadership has paved the way for investments in climate-smart infrastructure and practices that strengthen rural economies. We are proud to share our progress and vision with him."
“This is a much-needed facility to help our poultry industry,” said Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Michael T. Scuse. “Bioenergy Devco will play an important role in Delaware by taking waste and creating renewable energy.”



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