Wilson added he wants his company to be of value to the area and help the environment.
“We’re all in this together … We want to benefit local Indiana companies making parts for us, and we want to benefit local businesses doing this work,” he said. “We’re going to show off this solar (panel heating system). We’re putting a gas meter on the solar unit so that we can see if we augment with any gas and how often and when. I got a feeling it’s not going to be too often.”
Lynch, who was also present at the groundbreaking, said she’s excited for the company’s expansion to the town.
“The town of Danville is pleased to welcome Bio-Response to Danville,” she said. “We love businesses that are forward-thinking and town-oriented and family businesses like this one, as well.”
Founded as a family-owned business in November 2006, Bio-Response Solutions designs, produces, and installs decontamination systems that destroy infectious organisms in waste water produced at research facilities, universities, and pharmaceutical companies around the world. The company also specializes in the production of alkaline hydrolysis systems, which dispose of animal carcasses and human bodies while impacting the environment with only one-tenth of the carbon emissions produced by cremation.
For more information on Bio-Response Solutions, visit the website at www.bioresponsesolutions.com.