The executive trio at EverGen boasts a COO with over 20 years of RNG project development, oversight & optimization (over 60 projects globally). Our President specializes in execution, negotiations, process discipline, and securities law. Our CEO has his P. Eng, CFA, and over 15 years of private asset investment & finance experience. They all share a common vision of establishing EverGen as the leading RNG Infrastructure Platform.


The leadership team, which includes on-site project operators and directors, comprises passionate ecologists, composters, environmental innovators, and community leaders, including members of the Certified Organic Association of British Columbia (COABC).


The EverGen Team

  • ​Core capabilities in developing & growing energy infrastructure companies

  • Key relationships with local developers, counterparties, and stakeholders

  • Disciplined approach in technical execution, operations, and asset management

  • Access to long-term funding (track record of delivering success)


We strive to make a meaningful impact in the communities we operate. Overall, we work with First Nations and municipalities across BC. We develop long-term relationships with our partners, co-creating positive impact in community.


We work with Lil’wat Nation through our Sea to Sky Soils business operations. Over 75 percent of our Pemberton team is Indigenous. We add approximately $500,000 into the Lil’wat economy per year.



Throughout BC, we intend to work with all major municipalities. We will ensure that cities have a responsible mechanism to manage compostable waste, and this is translated into renewable energy.


We build long-term facilities and partnerships, ensuring that our environmental impacts are forward-facing and sustainable.

The EverGen Team is growing. Please reach out for information on career opportunities. 


Fraser Valley Biogas is closed due to the Sumas Prairie flood and is not accepting waste or delivering fertilizer until further notice.  Local residents are recommended to check the City of Abbotsford’s Evacuation Order and Alerts for the latest updates on the flood. 


Net Zero Waste Abbotsford remains open and we are accepting residential yard and garden waste drop offs.  For livestock disposal inquiries, contact Edwin Berkhof at 604-401-8463. Local residents are recommended to check the City of Abbotsford’s Evacuation Order and Alerts for the latest updates on the flood.