A New Year, A New Name, and A Renewed Focus – Aries Clean Energy Rebrands as Aries Clean Technologies, with a Focus on Biosolids Conversion

Aries Clean Energy, a leader in the biomass gasification solutions sector, has changed its name to Aries Clean Technologies, with a refined focus on the clean conversion of wastewater biosolids. Unsafe disposal of biosolids can contaminate our clean water supply, representing a major problem for municipalities, businesses, people, and the planet.


Beams are lifted into place at the top of the Aries Linden Biosolids Gasification Facility. The beams will support the roof that will be built over the fluidized bed gasifier. 
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Mark Robertson, Process Manager 

Mark works in the Aries Clean Technologies Engineering Department supporting several ongoing projects, including the Aries Linden Biosolids Gasification facility in Linden, New Jersey. Mark initially started as an engineering consultant with Aries in late 2018 and joined the company as a full-time employee in November 2019. “I’ve been involved in several liquid biofuel startup companies previously, but what attracted me to the company was that Aries has demonstrated gasifier technologies and achievable goals,” he said. 
Mark has a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Sydney, Australia, and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado. He started his career in Australia in several oil refineries and then moved into engineering contracting, mainly working in the methanol and hydrogen industries. Before joining Aries, Mark worked 10 years for a number of biofuel companies on biofuel plant design and operations in the US and China. 
Mark is an avid road cyclist and has access to lots of the best cycling routes where he lives, close to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Longmont, Colorado. Mark lives with his wife, son, and mother-in-law outside of town, where they get to interact with the local wildlife, including mountain lions and bears. Mark also takes advantage of the clear skies to practice his other hobby, amateur astronomy.
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