[NEWS] Colorado Biomass Facility Owners May Be Garnished for Failing to Pay Builders

– by Randy Wyrick, August 18, 2017, Vail Daily

Eagle Valley Clean Energy chipsThe company that built the Gypsum biomass plant wants to garnish plant owner Eagle Valley Clean Energy for failing to pay for the work.

A federal court jury ruled in June that Wellons Inc., an Oregon company, was owed $10.84 million by Dean Rostrom and Kendric Wait’s Eagle Valley Clean Energy for building the biomass plant in Gypsum. Neither Rostrom nor Wait, nor any of the companies with which they’re involved, have paid Wellons, according to a motion filed Tuesday in Denver Federal District Court.

With interests and costs, Eagle Valley Clean Energy’s tab has now run up to $11,491,002.89, according to those documents.

Wellons’ Denver-based attorneys for the garnishment case, Darrell G. Waas and Mikaela V. Rivera, are asking that…

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