.: Our History
Bio-Gas has successfully completed energy
projects and installations around the world. The company
prides itself on being diverse in its ability to provide
solutions and serve the needs of its clients.
Bio-Gas built one
of the first Landfill Gas-to-Energy Systems in the United
States in 1991. That system was built in Brattleboro, Vermont.
We have since built and installed systems across the United
States for municipalities, landfill owners and developers.
Another of our early systems was installed in Barrington,
Illinois and is running at 125% of its capacity.
At one time, Bio-Gas owned and operated
a Cogeneration System in Trelawny Parish, Jamaica. That
3.2 MW system provided heat, air-conditioning and electricity
to an all-inclusive resort encompassing 135 acres.
.: Primary Qualifications
Gas-to-Energy Systems: Bio-Gas
has designed, built, and installed systems for Vermont Energy
Recovery; KMS Energy Systems; the City of Keene, New Hampshire;
Dane County, Wisconsin; Verona Landfill, Burlington, Vermont;
South Barrington, Illinois; BFI; and, Outagamie County,
Bio-Gas' most recent landfill site completed
construction in 2006 at the Outagamie County Landfill in
Appleton, Wisconsin. Bio-Gas was responsible for its engineering,
procurement of contracts, and construction; Bio-Gas still
provides the day-to-day operation and maintenance of this
site. This landfill system produces 4.8 MW of electricity
and it also provides the County's maintenance garage with
heat during the winter.
Coal Mine Methane:
early 2007 Bio-Gas completed construction of a 3.7 MW gas-to-energy
system which utilizes Coal Mine Methane as fuel. This project
is located in West Terre Haute, Indiana.
is another system that Bio-Gas designed, engineered and
constructed. This system was built entirely in modules to
provide versatility to its owner.
Power Generation: Bio-Gas
owned and operated a Cogeneration System in Trelawny Parish,
Jamaica. This was a 3.2 MW system which, provided heat,
air-conditioning and electricity to an all-inclusive resort
encompassing 135 acres.
Bio-Gas' President, James R. Heindlmayr,
headed up an international sales team to develop, design
and install distributed generation systems in Near East
and Middle East for a local Caterpillar dealer.
He has also developed and implemented distributed
generation projects in Egypt, Pakistan, Columbia, and Antarctica
for the National Science Foundation.
Bio-Gas provided consultation services to the Rockefeller
Foundation, Conservation Law, Zahren Alternative Energy
Corporation, Raytheon Corporation and the Jamaican Government.
Bio-Gas has engineered and developed modular
power generation packages for the Landfill Gas-to-Energy
projects as well as the complete turn-key installation of
these systems. They even designed, engineered and developed
specialized engines drives for Consolidated Natural Gas
Corporation (Dominion Energy).
Green Valley Energy Project Modules - West Terre Haute, Indiana
Outagamie Clean Energy Project Engines - Appleton, Wisconsin