About Us

DeRosa Enterprises, Inc was started in 1996 as an alternative energy company in Boston, MA. USA

Glenn P DeRosa obtained a US patent for a hybrid energy solution to be utilized in electric cars. AlternativeFuels.com was then started as an information site for the expansion of knowledge about future fuels and alternative energies.

Mr. DeRosa began speaking as a guest speaker at renewable energy conventions and symposiums throughout the US and quickly connected with key innovators in the alternative energy sector, world wide.

DeRosa Enterprises, Inc. has now evolved to provide a wide variety of energy solutions including consulting, design and construction of Waste to Energy facilities.

As an "Energy from Waste" consulting and design firm we help solve many waste surplus problems while providing clean renewable energy and the machinery equipment needed for the processes.

As equipment brokers, DeRosa Enterprises represents major manufacturers of equipment relating to waste processing, energy generating and electricity distribution.

Our capabilities include building turn key facilities built from the ground up. We design facilities to be modular for future add-ons and we also provide add-on expansion designs for existing facilities.

    We represent a very valuable solution to a very large problem, i.e.
  1. Excessive amounts household municipal solid waste, (MSW).
  2. Ever increasing amounts of bio hazard and medical waste.
  3. Large amounts of industrial and hazardous chemical waste.
  4. An endless supply of raw sewage waste.
  5. Mountains of manure, farm animal and poultry waste.
  6. A never ending supply of bio-mass from corn stalks, sugarcane bagasse, wheat, grasses, leaf foliage, yard waste and other types of bio-mass.
  7. World wide mountains of hydrocarbon rich tire waste. Tires are more energy rich than coal and can produce large amounts diesel grade fuel oil, methane, hydrogen and other useful gases.

The new "Waste to Energy" facilities employ methods of using and remediating common waste feedstocks in such a manner as to create fuels, charcoal briquettes and steam to create electricity.

Method one, is incineration to boil water to power steam turbines, then the exhaust has to be cooled, filtered and cleaned to EPA standards.

Method two, utilizes new technologies for gasification. Gasification is a method of Molecular Dissociation that breaks molecular bonds of waste products. Gasification extracts gas and oils from waste feedstocks while reducing waste materials in mass and weight, including medical and hazardous waste. This process creates new and useful elements. This method can also called molecular distillation.

Leftover byproducts are an obsidian glass like material useful as a new resource for construction and industrial materials.

Management Team

  • Glenn P. DeRosa - Founder and Chief Executive Officer
  • Henrik Mann - Project Funding Agent
  • Harvey Kertzman - VP of Mechanical Engineering
  • Kenneth Mann - VP of Electrical Engineering
  • Jeffrey D. Niver II- Director of Communications / Marketing
  • Gary Walko - Control Systems Inspector
  • Andrew Mathesis - Director of Sales, US
  • Wilton Oliveira - Director of Sales, South America
  • Albert Hutton - Legal Council