E2 is an American alternative fuels and related environmental services project development and implementation firm.
E2 and its predecessor companies have successfully delivered innovative solutions to help achieve the commercial scale beneficial use of pre-processed hazardous and non hazardous wastes in high temperature cement kilns and utilities a reality throughout the US since the mid 1970’s and East-Central Europe since the early 1990’s. This background included the development of long term projects from conception to realization, including waste management, supply chain services, production of the liquid/solid alternative fuels, permitting, project and equipment finance, engineering & design, construction and operations. Global project references include joint ventures with major cement clients such as Holcim, Buzzi Unicem, TITAN Cement SA, Italcementi, HeidelbergCement, CEMEX, Medusa and more. The firm also provides consulting services, know-how exchange and “mapping studies” to develop the basis for successful project development and execution.
President & Chief Executive Officer
is E2’s founder and has been associated with the creation and successful implementation of waste-derived alternative fuel programs at cement kilns throughout the US and Europe for over 35 years.
These initiatives created sustainable, beneficial use solutions for large energy users, waste service companies and private and public sector waste generators.
The typical project format was Design, Build, Finance, Operate & Maintain (“DBFOM”) at the energy user site, and providing “win-win” results to stakeholders and helped establish the mainstream business model for alternative fuel use as a partial replacement for burning fossil fuels as a viable environmentally friendly alternative to landfill and commercial incineration on a global scale.
Mr. Case founded a start-up, CEMTECH, Inc., in 1980 in the US from several related service providers and led the company into being one of the nation’s market leaders for the collection and preparation of hazardous and non hazardous wastes into alternative fuels and raw materials, which were used in cement kilns as a substitute for conventional fuels.
This included identifying and developing the human and technical resources to carry out the growth and maintenance of business activities and ongoing project management in difficult environments. During this period Mr. Case was a charter member of the National Association of Solvent Recyclers (“NASR”) and the Cement Kiln Recycling Coalition (“CKRC”) in Washington, DC (still active) to help foster this work in the US. CEMTECH was acquired by a partnership of Chemical Waste Management, Inc., a unit of Waste Management, Inc. and the Holcim Group, a leading global cement producer in the early 1990’s, creating the largest alternative fuels business in the US at that time.