Gaia EnviroTech announces General Manager

Sep 29, 2021 | Staff

Gaia EnviroTech is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Renehan as General Manager, as he will bring in a unique set of skills as a leader but also as an engineer. This appointment further reinforces our commitment to the renewables’ sector and the application of our world leading technology in this vital part of the Australian economy.

Michael brings a wealth of experience from the industrial sector having worked in senior roles at leading Australian and global companies such as Murray Irrigation, Namoi Cotton, CR Energy, Coffey and TOTAL. His expertise in waste management and sustainable environmental processes will complement the practical technical solutions developed by Gaia EnviroTech for the FOGO (Food Organics Garden Organics) sector. He is a chemical engineer with a practical commercial approach in implementing technical solutions that deliver value to clients.

Michael is excited to be part of Gaia EnviroTech “It’s great to be part of an innovative Australian company that’s making a difference in the renewable energy sector with a focus on local technology and capability.”

Chair Elizabeth Lewis-Gray said “We are very excited that Michael is on board. The company is now of a scale that we needed to appoint a senior executive to further drive the business forward. We have some exciting opportunities in our Gaia EnviroTech business and will continue to invest in our technology in this important part of the Gekko Group. Please join us in welcoming Michael to his new role.”

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