As a valued customer or partner, your safety and well-being are our top priority. With continued news around coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to share the steps we are taking to protect all customers and employees:
– We’re carefully monitoring the situation and following guidance from the World Health Organization and other health/government authorities.
– Employee well-being is our top priority. We are encouraging team members to work from home, and to follow health authority best practices like frequent hand washing and social distancing.
– We’ve implemented a site mitigation plan to protect the safety of employees and contractors on site. Nonessential travel has been canceled or postponed to mitigate the risk.
– Management is meeting daily to discuss how we can prevent or mitigate project delays.
We value your continued partnership during this uncertain time. We would also like to take this time to thank our employees who are doing everything they can to meet their deadlines. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
“This project was selected because it’s at the leading edge of a wave that will sweep the nation as more and more gas utilities purchase renewable natural gas (RNG) made from biogas,” said Patrick Serfass, Executive Director of the ABC.
In December 2018, our project with Hawai‘i Gas became the first in the state to capture and process biogas from the City and County of Honolulu’s Honouliuli Wastewater Treatment Plant on O‘ahu. The renewable natural gas (RNG) generated from this site is equivalent to eliminating the need for nearly 15,000 barrels of oil and reducing greenhouse gases by the amount produced by 400 cars annually. You can read more about the project in their latest issue of Green Magazine.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Our biogas upgrading project with Wasatch Resource Recovery (WRR) is
turning food and organic waste into solutions! That’s why WRR and Morgan
Bowerman was honored this month’s ZeroHunger Hero Award by Fox13 and
Smith’s “for their zero-waste efforts and bringing the separating machine
and anaerobic digestors to Utah.” Currently WRR is only accepting waste from
local food producers and packagers, but their goal is to have a resident
drop-off program within the year. You can read the article on Fox13 here.
Congratulations, WRR and Bowerman!
PORTLAND, OR – This month marks the 13th anniversary since our CEO, Robert Lems, joined DMT. Lems is an expert in the field of biogas upgrading, gas desulfurization, and waste water treatment. His previous experience as R&D manager highlights his irrepressible passion for pioneering and market development, particularly for technologies that stimulate the circular economy. Lems believes in a clear and prosperous future and has made it his company’s mission. Since 2015, he has helped DMT establish a local office in Portland and 15 projects in North America. Congratulations, Robert!