Bioterra Cellulosic is the result of 8 years of development and research combined with the steadfast dedication and determination to be a catalyst for change from how the world could transform large scale organic agricultural residues and food production wastes into large scale organic carbon neutral products and energy, and a lot of it.
From the back of a really large napkin a concept was created and the journey to convince industry and others that this project was possible began. As is the case with many endeavors that have never been tried before there were many learning moments. But the positive learning moments far outweighed the negative learning moments. We soon realized we had created much more technology and capability than we had initially planned for. Far more was actually capable than was initially conceived.
With strategic development partners such as British Petroleum, GGP America and others, the worlds largest renewable natural gas and cellulosic biogas production facility was designed, developed and created.
With that facility came an entirely new capability to produce organic, sustainable, renewable cellulosic products capable of innovative transformation of many industries and products. BioTerra Cellulosic is a leading developer of those new ideals into organic sustainable and renewable cellulosic products.
A. Barry Sprague
Founder/President of BioTerra Cellulosic, Co-Founder of GGP America
Barry possess substantial experience in agriculture, environmental services, logistics and process development. Barry also has vast experience in the logistics field dating back more than 25 years. His expertise in developing and operating sustainable solutions for complex logistic solutions has involved him with private, public and government entities.
Barry's leadership of BioTerra Cellulosic and strong entrepreneurial drive fuel his desire to be a part of the transformation to a cleaner, greener environment and the integration of organic cellulosics to drive sustainability and renewability solutions for agriculture and industry.
GGP Americas' focus is on Anaerobic Digestion (AD), Renewable Transportation Fuels and Residual Management opportunities in the agricultural and food processing/production industries.
Farm and Sciences Integration, Co-Founder of GGP America
Gary has more than 30 years of experience in the energy services, environmental and agricultural industries. Gary's abilities have paired him with companies like Encana Energy, Shell, Petro-Canada, United Airlines and the Farnam Companies.
Plant Operations, Co-Founder of GGP America
Scott has 15 years of experience in energy and environmental services as well as anaerobic digestion of animal manures. Scott's experiences have come from working with Encana Energy, Petro-Canada, Shell and large fertilizer companies.