Who We Are
We envision a world without waste.
Everflux was inspired by the concept of Cradle to Cradle; the idea that all products and materials we use in modern society could have a never-ending life cycle. Imagine a world where, when something no longer serves it's original purpose, instead of discarding it, we could transform it into something else useful.
This kind of resourcefulness is not just good for the planet and for future generations. It's good for the bottom line today. Where there is waste, there is inefficiency. Where there is inefficiency, there's money lost. Everflux see's the "waste" around us as an opportunity to create something new.
Daniel Enking, Founder & CEO
Daniel is an entrepreneur with a passion for eliminating waste and learning from nature. Before founding Everflux, Daniel was a top ranking Field Energy Consultant at SolarCity, where he sold over $3.5 million worth of 20-30 year solar contracts. Over the past decade, Daniel has co-founded and grown several companies and organizations. These include the Tufts Energy Conference, a wind project development company called Emergent Energy Group, an education company based in China called DK Education, and a non-profit networking group called the Beijing Energy Network.
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David House, Advisor
David is the author of what many consider the "Bible of Biogas", The Complete Biogas Handbook, as well as Methane Systems, and numerous articles about biogas. He has been experimenting with biogas and designing biodigesters since the 1970s. He is the designer of a low-cost (less than $700 for materials), kit-able, shippable, insulated, 2-square-meter biogas digester for temperate latitudes (i.e. can be used in the United States) and is also the designer of a low-cost, plastic-bag-based biogas digester for equatorial belt countries. Previously he was the founder of Earthmind, an educational non-profit teaching about ecological living, as well as Computer Classroom, ici (computer sales), and an eponymous computer consultancy.
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