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Dynamic Renewables Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for First-of-its-Kind Community Digester




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November 14th, 2022



Dynamic Renewables celebrated the beginning of a multi-phase implementation of operations and the start of gas production at BC Organics, a new anaerobic community digestion facility in Greenleaf, Wis. The Ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Nov. 10, 2022, located at 1251 Mill Road.


Dynamic Renewables is the developer, owner, and operator of BC Organics. Miron Construction Co., Inc. served as the design-builder, and McMahon Group as the engineering partner. The state of Wisconsin awarded a $15 million grant managed through their Focus on Energy Program to Dynamic Renewables to develop a community digester facility to reduce phosphorus runoff in the Fox River watershed.


“It is our passion as a group because we can change agriculture, food waste, and clean water,” said Duane Toenges, CEO of Dynamic Renewables. “Is the reason we started this.” David Roeder, Director of Sustainable Lending at TortoiseEcofin and event speaker, added: “The next time you see a garbage truck, a street sweeper, or a bright yellow school bus, it could very well be fueled by renewable natural gas from this facility.”


Notable distinctions about BC Organics that elevate it from others in the industry are the significance of utilizing 16 digesters, with 11 farm’s manure contributions. Additional differentiators include the back-end water treatment, nutrient concentration, and the post- digestion separation system. “Our team has a deep understanding of the dairy farm

perspective,” Toenges said. “That knowledge, as well as our team’s operational experience, will result in great success for BC Organics and future completed digester projects.”


Dynamic Renewables is a full-service company that provides leading-edge waste recovery solutions. The company focuses on landfill diversion, anaerobic digestion, nutrient concentration, and water treatment. Dynamic Renewables brings unique value to the field by being experienced and knowledgeable in the finance, design, development, operation, and management of customized world- class infrastructure assets.


BC Organics is the flagship project built, owned, and operated by Dynamic Renewables in Greenleaf, Wisconsin. The state of Wisconsin awarded a $15 million grant to develop this community digester. It is a first-of-its-kind commercial biorefinery that provides farms with a more sustainable manure management practice. It produces renewable natural gas, clean water, and fiber bedding. This facility positively impacts the environment by reducing the phosphorus runoff in the Lower Fox River watershed.

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Miron Construction Co., Inc., one of the nation’s premier construction firms and industry leaders, provides innovative preconstruction, construction management, design-build, industrial, and general construction services nationwide. The forward-thinking, century-old private company is headquartered in Neenah, Wis., with Yard Operations located in Menasha, Wis., and regional offices in Eau Claire, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, and Wausau, Wis., and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Ranked 68th among the “Top 400 Contractors in the United States”, 97th among the “Top 100 Green Building Contractors in the United States”, and 190th among the “Top 250 Global Contractors” by Engineering News Record (ENR) (based on annual revenue), Miron is also the Official Provider of Construction Services for the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field. For more information, please visit


FOCUS ON ENERGY® is Wisconsin’s statewide energy efficiency and renewable resource program funded by the state’s investor-owned energy utilities and participating municipal and electric cooperative utilities. The Program provides resources, incentives, and rebates to eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install cost-effective energy efficiency and renewable energy products. A recent independent evaluation found that for every $1 invested, Focus on Energy generates more than $4 in benefits for Wisconsin. For More Information:

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