BC Organics is the newest project to be built, owned, and operated by Dynamic Renewables. The State of Wisconsin awarded a grant to develop an Anaerobic Digester Facility in Greenleaf, Wisconsin. This will be the first-of-its-kind commercial biorefinery facility that provides farms with a more sustainable manure management practice. Overall, this project will provide long-term sustainability to these farms. Many of the participating farms are multi-generational and transitioning to the next generation with active members in the community. This project is viewed as an opportunity to provide greater stability for the future. Farmers are the original stewards of the land and recognize the numerous environmental benefits BC Organics will provide. This project will reduce the negative impact of farming on the environment, and community. This solution will assist them in protecting natural resources.
Digesters make up the BC Organics Facility
Gallons of manure processed per day
Compressed natural gas (CNG) is produced, equivalent to gallons of diesel fuel per day.
Gallons of clean water produced per day
Statistics Once Fully Operational
Tons of fiber bedding produced per day
Multi-generational local farms participating
MMBtu's of renewable natural gas produced per day
"We brought in the right people & ultimately I think it's going to be a good thing for our community and for the farming community in general.”
Wrightstown Town Supervisor
November, 2016-May, 2017
September, 2017-May, 2021
Dynamic Renewables offered Brown County a 'Solution Presentation' based on the ongoing original feasibility study and provided an evaluation that recognized the county's opportunity for biogas generation, utilization, nutrient concentration, and water treatment.
The state of Wisconsin awarded a $15 million grant to Dynamic Renewables to develop a community digester facility named BC Organics to reduce phosphorus runoff in the Fox River watershed.
BC Organics transitioned from a concept to a project, including but not limited to working through the permitting process, coming up with a project design, sourcing equipment suppliers, and finalizing the financing for the facility.
Wrightstown's town board approved the conditional use permit to start construction on the BC Organics Facility.
The community can see the BC Organics facility begin the commissioning process in phases.