Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) is proud to announce the opening of a new project office. The office will be located at 825 North Pearl Street, Suite 1, in Milan, Missouri. This office will be the home of RAE for the next 12 months as they work with residents in northern Missouri to expand their hog waste to renewable natural gas project. This office will be a resource for RAE employees and will allow area residents to interact with the RAE team. RAE representatives will be accepting appointments and walk-ins from landowners and residents who may have questions or concerns about the expansion of their current project.
In 2014, Roeslein Alternative Energy partnered with Smithfield Hog Production (SHP) of Missouri, placing impermeable covers over their hog manure lagoons to create and capture methane gas using a process called anaerobic digestion. The captured methane is dried and cleaned and then injected into the national pipeline where it is sold to customers throughout the United States.
“We feel that we have a project that will benefit everyone in this region,” said Project Development Manager Gary Freymiller. He continued, “As I have gotten acquainted with the area and people, everyone I have spoken with has been very positive about our presence here in Sullivan County. Opening our office in Milan could be the start of something great. We look forward to meeting more residents of this area and of what’s to come.”
Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) was founded in 2012 as an operator and developer of renewable energy production facilities that converts agricultural and industrial wastes, along with renewable biomass feedstocks to renewable natural gas and sustainable co-products. RAE engages in these business operations with a focus on incorporating native prairie restoration. RAE is a limited liability corporation with its principal offices located in St. Louis, Missouri. To find out more, please visit www.roesleinae.com.