HEMBioT Technology - Lessons Learned in Being the First in the Country
Emily Dyson, Vice President of Science, Research, and Development, BioHiTech Global/EWV and
Stephen Brooks, Director - Engineering, Lone Cypress Energy Services
Overview of the High-Efficiency Mechanical/Biological Treatment technology used at Entsorga West Virginia - where we started and all that we've learned in two years - where we are going from here. Evaluation of tailgate technologies - torrification and gasification are examples of our next steps.
Emily Dyson has over 30 years of environmental experience, the last 10 of which have focused on the siting, permitting, construction, and operation of the first HEMBioT facility in the United States. Ms. Dyson has been with BioHiTech for 6 years and is the Vice President of Science Research and Development.
Mr. Brooks serves as the Director of Engineering for Lone Cypress Energy Services, an energy infrastructure developer based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. As Director, Mr. Brooks serves as the technical and project management lead for Lone Cypress’s waste to energy, hydrogen, and traditional energy business verticals. His experience encompasses renewable and natural gas treating and processing, facilities and pipeline engineering, operations, asset predevelopment and commercialization. During his Lone Cypress tenure, Mr. Brooks has overseen engineering and construction of infrastructure spanning the entire energy value chain, including gas cryogenic facilities, carbon sequestration systems, crude and natural gas gathering systems, and hydrogen generation plants. These projects translate to execution experience in the majority of prominent energy hubs throughout the United States. Prior to joining the Lone Cypress team, Mr. Brooks worked as an Engineering Project Manager for UMC Energy Solutions and as a Reliability Engineer for Explorer Pipeline. Mr. Brooks received his Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Tulsa