Atty. William ‘Bill’ Cornelius

01/04/10 : January 4, 2010 GTC Annual Meeting & Report from OSGC:

The five board members include
William Cornelius, Chairman;
Jim VanStippen;
Mike Metoxen;
and Nathan King.
We currently have one vacant position.

OSGC continues to lease out the property under its control;

OSGC is continuing to work on various energy projects; IEP.

Material changes and developments since the last report in the business described: Badger Sheet Metal.

Any material pending legal proceedings to which the Corporation is a party; OSGC is pursuing legal action against Nature’s Way Tissue Corporation for the investment amount.

OSGC [subsidiary Glory, LLC] is also pursuing legal action against Nature’s Way Tissue Corporation for the back rent.

And; financial statements of the Corporation, including a consolidated balance sheet and consolidated statement of income and source and application of fund. Financial statements submitted under separate cover to Business Committee at the quarterly meeting October 28th, 2009.

OSGC has partnered with MH Resources Corp. [Marc Hess] to form IEP [Development, LLC] which is currently vetting different renewable energy projects. OSGC secured a Wisconsin state grant that will help fund various projects[.] 

OSGC has executed a Life Settlement contract that will allow OSGC to receive seed money from outside resources beyond the Oneida Tribal budget.


•  $1,227,880.01 MONEY JUDGMENT AGAINST TISSUE TECHNOLOGY, LLC on 09/06/13 : Judgment, Brown Co. Case No. 09CV439, Glory LLC v. Ron Van Den Heuvel & Tissue Technology LLC  [and dismissed defendants: Partners Concepts Development Inc; Custom Paper Products Inc; Natures Choice Tissue LLC; Purely Cotton Products Corp; Eco Fibre Inc; ReBox Packaging Inc; Tissue Products Technology Corp; Patriot Project Services LLC; Chat LLC; Patriot Investments LLC; Patriot Services Inc; RVDH Inc; Waste Fiber Technology Inc; Recovering Aqua Resources Inc; RV Jet Inc; KYHKJG LLC; Patriot Paper Services Inc; Fibre Solutions LLC; Doc-U-Mince LLC; and dismissed third-party defendants: Ross J. Nova; Godfrey & Kahn.]

01/12/10 : Oneida Recycling Solutions, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Changed Registered Agent on 06/02/12 to Kevin Cornelius; Notice of Administrative Dissolution RETURNED UNDELIVERABLE on 01/18/17

01/18/10 : Brown Co. Solid Waste Board Meeting Minutes re: OSGC Waste Gasification Initiative

In attendance:

•  Marc Hess, IEP Development [Fmr. Chair of Town of Ledgeview, WI]

•  Peter King III, Fmr. OSGC Project Manager [current ‘Managing Agent’ as of 2016]

•  Kevin Cornelius, Fmr. OSGC CEO

•  Todd Parczick, Alliance Construction & Design [Alliance GC; P2O Technologies, LLC]

•  Tom Perock, Alliance Construction & Design [Fmr. Chair of Town of Lawrence, WI]

03/03/10 : IEP Services, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Registered Agent was Cory Albrecht, Marketer of of International Energy Partners of Caribou, Maine; IEP Services, LLC was administratively Dissolved on 03/12/13

03/08/10 : Source of Solutions, LLC restored to Good Standing w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent

03/10/10 : The SEC filed a Motion for Order to Show Cause Why Defendants Troy Wragg & Mantria Corp. Should Not Be Held in Contempt of Court (granted); SEC filed Motion for Appointment of Receiver (granted),  SEC  v.  Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

03/16/10 : Oneida Small Business, Inc. administratively Dissolved w/ WDFI

03/17/10 : ST Paper, LLC changed Registered Agent w/ WDFI as a Foreign LLC, and on 03/17/10, and on 03/29/16, and on 03/14/17 to G&K Wisconsin Service, LLC

04/09/10 : Tissue Depot, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent on 04/16/12, and 06/29/15 to Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel


04/14/10 : All Nations Development Alliance, LLC registered w/ Minnesota Secretary of State: Manager: Mark Anthony Sweet; Registered Office: 7241 Ohms Ln. #275, Edina, MN, 55439; Principal Office: 350 N. Main Street, Suite 236, Stillwater, MN, 55082


•  Affiliated with All Nations Energy Alliance, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Registered Agent Mark Anthony Sweet; Principal Office: 2994 E. Service Road, Oneida, WI, 54155



On 05/17/10 White Eagle II, LLC was Registered w/ WDFI, and renamed All Stars Pub & Grill, LLC on 04/03/12.

White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill was temporarily renamed All Stars Pub & Grill, and has reverted back to the name White Eagle Sports Bar & Grill.

04/24/10 : FILED – Complaint, Brown Co. Case. No. 10CV1153, Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC  v.  Dan Hawk  

•  Named Registered Agent of Oneida Small Business, Inc. on 05/24/12 as DAN HAWK

•  Named Registered Agent of Oneida Small Business, Inc. on 03/12/15 as DANIEL HAWK


04/30/10 : The Court appointed a Receiver over Defendant MANTRIA CORP. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, including [ETERNAGREEN GLOBAL CORP. and] SPEED OF WEALTH and its subsidiaries and affiliates, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

05/26/10 : According to the May 26, 2010 OBC Regular Meeting Minutes:

XII. New Business

7. Oneida Seven Generations Corporation appointment recommendations

Sponsor: Rick Hill

Motion by Melinda Danforth to accept the recommendation of Tsyosha?aht Caterina Delgado to the Oneida Seven Generations, seconded by Ed Delgado.
Motion carried unanimously:

Ayes:  Melinda Danforth, Ed Delgado, Ron ‘Tehassi’ Hill Jr., Patty Hoeft, Kathy Hughes, Brandon Stevens

Not present:  [OBC Treasurer] Tina Danforth [Caterina ‘Cathy’ Danforth’s sister]

Excused:  Trish King

Motion by Melinda Danforth to appoint Nathaniel King [ Nathan King / Nate King – ONWI’s Director of Legislative Affairs] to the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation Board, seconded by Patty Hoeft.
Motion carried unanimously:

Ayes:  Melinda Danforth, Ed Delgado, Ron ‘Tehassi’ Hill Jr., Patty Hoeft, Kathy Hughes, Brandon Stvens

Not present:  Tina Danforth

Excused:  Trish King

11. Post for one five-year term for Oneida Seven Generations Corporation due to the resignation of Jim VanStippen

Sponsor: Patty Hoeft

06/12/10 : Oneida Business Committee adopted OBC Resolution 06-23-10-B, ‘Department of the Interior / Bureau of Indian Affairs / Energy and Mineral Development Program / Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development Grant Program / Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development Grant Program to Assess, Evaluate and Promote Development of Tribal Energy and Mineral Resources FY2010’ re: BIOMASS ENERGY PROJECT


NOW THEREFORE IT IS FINALLY RESOLVED THAT, should the above proposal be awarded for the Oneida Biomass Energy Project, the Oneida Tribal administration is authorized to execute all agreements and perform all functions necessary for the completion of the project in accordance with Oneida Tribal administrative practice and applicable federal regulations.

06/22/10 : Oneida Energy, Inc. registered w/ WDFI; Restored to Good Standing on 07/01/14; Changes of Registered Agent on 07/21/15, and on 12/01/15 to OSGC Managing Agent Pete King III / King Solutions, LLC; Filed Notice of Dissolution on 04/12/17

06/24/10 : Oneida Recycling Solutions receives a WDNR air permit for 3400 Bay Ridge Court, Hobart, WI 54155 for NAICS 562920, Materials Recovery Facilities and SIC 4953 Refuse Systems. Kevin Cornelius listed as “Responsible Corporate Official” and Mark Verhaagh [of Alliance GC & P2O Technologies, LLC] as the “Facility Air Management/Air Permit Contact”

07/05/10 : July 5, 2010 GTC Semi-Annual Meeting Packet Report from Oneida Seven Generations Corp. OSGC:

The three members of Oneida Seven Generations Corporation Board of Directors include
[President] William Cornelius,
Mike Metoxen
and Nathan King.

We have two vacant board positions which have been posted and the application deadline is past

Per Article XIII – Reports of OSGC’s Corporate Charter we submit the following information:

A) The businss done and intended to be done by the Corporation. …

b. OSGC continues to lease out the property under its control;

i. OSGC is working on energy projects; …

B) Material changes and developments since the last report in the business described: None.

C) Any material pending legal proceedings to which the Corporation is a party;

a. OSGC is pursuing legal action against Nature’s Way Tissue Corporation; per the BC’s instruction

07/20/10 : Oneida Tribe of Indians / Oneida Nation of Wisconsin gave $500 to Friends of Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt for a table at Mayor Schmitt’s July 26, 2010 Luncheon 

07/26/10 : William C. ‘Bill’ Bain gave $500 contribution to Scott Walker; Employer VOS Electric

07/26/10 : William C. Bain gave $500 contribution to Scott Walker; Employer VOS Electric 


07/28/10 : NewWay Global Energy, Inc. [NWGE] registered w/ WDFI; later renamed New Way Energy, Inc. on 08/27/15  


NWGE is Partners with Alliance Construction & Design / Alliance GC, Oneida-Kodiak, Dae Sung LLC; Registered Agent David J. Wolf of JWR, Inc. 

[Different company from Wolf Creek Holdings LLC’s New Way Global Energy, LLC registered w/ WDFI on 08/31/15]

See www.NewWayGlobal.net/thenewway/

08/03/10 : FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 2010CV2154,  Ron Van Den Heuvel  v.  Horicon State Bank & Steven Eatough / Steve Eatau


08/05/10 : King Solutions, LLC changed Registered Agent w/ WDFI, and again on 06/08/15, and on 10/30/15 to Peter King III, Fmr. OSGC Project Manager for the dioxin-emitting waste incinerator, and named by the Oneida Business Committee as OSGC’s ‘Managing Agent’ in 2016 following the departure of Gene Keluche / Sagestone Management

ONWI Kalihwisaks newspaper: ‘Biomass project moves due to Village permit conditions’ – OSGC proposed moving its incinerator scheme proposal from the Village of Hobart to the re-zoned Oneida Industrial Park / Water Circle Place / Tower Foods site due to the permit restrictions imposed by the Village of Hobart Board

08/08/10 to 09/10/10 : Oneida Tribal member community-wide email exchange about OSGC’s Project between GTC Member Leah Sue Dodge and OBC Member & OBC Liaison to OSGC Brandon Lee Stevens

Brandon Stevens later falsely claimed to the public at a community discussion meeting in 2013 that the email exchange which dozens of GTC Members had received in 2010 had never taken place.

Brandon Yellowbird Stevens – who’s part-ONWI and part-Three Affiliated Nations [Hidatsa, Mandan & Arikara] – is a habitual liar, in addition to being a felonious burglar … and a habitual criminal.


Thus, Brandon is a perfect pitch man for OSGC’s criminal fraud.

08/14/10 : William C. Bain gave $200 contribution to Scott Walker; Employer VOS Electric

08/20/10 : FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 2010CV2318SC Acquisition Company LLC [Mark Bartels of Stellpflug Law SC]  v.  Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel; Chris J. Hartwig; Hilliard Limited Partnership; [Ron’s sister] Ann Murphy; [Ron’s brother-in-law] Patrick Murphy; Brian A. Everson; [Oneida Tribe-owned] Bay Bank; Custom Paper Products Inc.; Partners Concepts Development Inc.; Eco Fibre Inc.; Nature’s Way Tissue Corp.; Tissue Products Technology Corp.; Oconto Falls Tissue Inc.; Tissue Technology LLC; Anchor Bank FSB; Wisconsin Public Service Corporation; Cordova Ventures; Industrial Technology Ventures LP; Stockhausen Inc.; Sterling Industrial Sales LLC; Yale Materials Handling Green Bay Inc.; ADT Security Services Inc.; State of Wisconsin Dept. of Workforce Development; United States of America; Other: SHF XII LLC [Stonehill Financial LLC]

[NOTE: Atty. Mark Bartels of SC Acquisition Company, LLC, is the ‘Registered Agent’ for One Law Group/Stellpflug Law; Nancy Stellpflug – wife of One Law Group/Stellpflug Law partner C. David Stellpflug who retired in January 2016 – is Secretary of VHC, Inc.]

09/08/10 : FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 2010CV2487, Horicon Bank  v.  [Kelly Van Den Heuvel’s company] KYHKJG LLC, Chris Hartwig & United States of America Internal Revenue Service



FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 10CV2490,  Horicon Bank  v.  William C. ‘Bill’ Bain [Vos Electric] & [Sharad Tak’s] Tak Investments, LLP


09/09/10 : FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 10CV2506,  Horicon Bank  v.  Ron Van Den Heuvel & RVDH Inc.


09/13/10 FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 10CV2538,  Horicon Bank  v.  Source of Solutions LLC & Nature’s Choice Tissue, LLC

Nature’s Choice Tissue, LLC was later renamed Environmental Advanced Reclamation Technologies HQ, LLC [using the acronym E.A.R.T.H. / EARTH]


Frank Carlucci III – Fmr. Deputy Director of CIA

09/2010 : According to the April 24, 2012 Complaint for Violations of the Federal Securities Law, Virginia Securities Law, and Virginia Common Law, Jury Trial Demanded; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria Division, Case No. 1:12CV451, Frank C. Carlucci III  v.  Michael S. Han & Envion Inc., regarding a ‘Plastics-to-Oil’ fraud scheme eerily similar to the fraud schemes of Abdul Latif Mahjoob / American Combustion Technologies Inc. / ACTI; Ron Van Den Heuvel / Green Box NA / Reclamation Technology Systems LLC / E.A.R.T.H.; Alliance GC / Alliance Construction & Design / P2O Technologies; Arland Clean Fuels / ACF Leasing / ACF Services / Generation Clean Fuels / Louis Stern / Eric Decator, et al.; and Oneida Seven Generations Corp. / OSGC & subsidiaries Oneida Energy Inc. and Green Bay Renewable Energy LLC:

20.  In and around September and October 2010, Mr. Han approached Mr. Carlucci for an additional $20,000,000 investment [on top of the $12,093,000 Carlucci had already invested from March 2004 through April 2010]. In connection with soliciting this additional $20,000,000 investment, Mr. Han made the following representations to Mr. Carlucci in a number of face-to-face meetings at Mr. Carlucci’s residence, which were often arranged via telephone calls and emails to Mr. Carlucci from Mr. Han:

a.  Envion had a ‘done deal with Gazprom,’ one of the world’s largest gas companies, pursuant to which Gazprom would invest millions in Envion in exchange for a ‘49% ownership interest in Envion.’ As part of the deal, Mr. Han represented that he would become the chief executive officer of Gazprom’s wholly owned waste disposal subsidiary that would fully utilize the technology;

b.  Envion was close to a ‘deal’ with Petrobas, a Brazilian energy company, which was comprised of two parts: (1) an off-take agreement, under which Envion would provide Envion Oil Generators to Petrobas; and (2) a joint venture, under which Petrobas would invest ‘substantial sums of money’ in Envion;

c.  Because a sizeable investment from Gazprom was a ‘done deal,’ Mr. Carlucci would get his investment back ‘in three weeks’;

d.  Envion had a ‘backlog of 2,000 orders’ for its Envion Oil Generators;

e.  The $20,000,000 would be used exclusively for two purposes: (i) for Envion to buy-out Mr. Han’s uncle (Uncle Ma) who was becoming anxious to realize an immediate return on his investment in Envion, and (ii) investment capital in and exclusively for the legitimate business purposes of Envion; and

f.  Mr. Han reasserted that Envion had the exclusive patent for the Envion Oil Generator technology.

21.  As Mr. Carlucci later came to find out, each of these representations was false and Mr. Han knew, or should have known, they were false at the time they were made.

22.  At the same time that Mr. Han solicited Mr. Carlucci’s $20,000,000 investment, Mr. Han reasserted that ‘Envion would be the best return Mr. Carlucci would receive on any investment,‘ possibly up to ’50 times’ the amount Mr. Carlucci had invested. To support this representation, Mr. Han had previously presented Mr. Carlucci with a projection of the return Mr. Carlucci would receive. In connection with Mr. Han’s solicitation of the $20,000,000 investment, Mr. Carlucci asked if the projection was still valid, and Mr. Han responded affirmatively, ‘Yes, it is.’ No cautionary language, qualifications, or conditions accompanied this projection. As it turned out, this was false and misleading in that there was no reasonable basis for such projection.

23.  In direct and reasonable reliance on Mr. Han’s representaton set forth in Paragraphs 20 and 22 above, Mr. Carlucci invested the additional $20,000,000 in Envion as evidenced by a convertible promissory note dated October 10, 2010 that acccrued interest at 8% annually and could be converted at any time by Mr. Carlucci into common stock of Envion – equity in the company.

24.  Around the same time that Mr. Carlucci made the additional $20,000,000 investment, and without his knowledge, Mr. Han:

a.  Closed Envion’s Washington D.C. headquarters and moved the company to West Palm Beach, Florida;

b.  Purchased a personal residence in Palm Beach, Florida valued at approximately $3,500,000 and, on information and belief, made substantial and costly renovations to that residence. Further, on information and belief, Mr. Han had claimed a Florida Homestead Exemption over this newly purchased residence;

c.  On information and belief, provided himself (Mr. Han) with a $5,000,000 annual salary for his employment with Envion that was not disclosed to Mr. Carlucci.

25. In the summer of 2011, Mr. Carluci’s prior investments in Envion were rolled into one convertible promissory note in the amount of $32,393,000. This convertible note, dated August 4, 2011, accrues interest at 5% annually and could be converted at any time by Mr. Carlucci into common stock of Envion – equity in the company.

10/07/10 : ONWI Kalihwisaks newspaper: Announcement of OSGC signing power purchase agreement with Wisconsin Public Service, Inc. [WPS, former employer of Marc Hess of MH Resources, International Energy Partners of Caribou, Maine & IEP Development], and that OSGC wanted to move the site of the incinerator project from the ONWI Reservation to Ashwaubenon, WI

After hearing community concerns about the project’s placement…


  • October 7, 2010 Letter to Oneida Business Committee from Yvonne Metivier regarding the BIA Loan Guarantee Program Regulations information and email from Phil Viles, Chief of the Division of Capital Investment, Office of Indian Energy & Economic Development, BIA, US Dept. of the Interior, clarifiying that should the loan for the OSGC Waste-to-Energy Pyrolysis Project go into default, 

BIA is subrogated to all rights of the lender under the loan agreement with the borrower, and must pursue collection efforts against the borrower and any co-maker and guarantor, as required by law.

So, if we [the BIA] paid money under our guarantee, we would step into the shoes of the lender and ‘pursue collection efforts against the borrower.’

10/09/10 : Village of Ashwaubenon Public Works Committee meeting.  Residents share their concerns with Ashwaubenon for the first time over OSGC’s proposed waste incinerator project.

10/15/10 : William C. Bain gave $500 contribution to Scott Walker; Employer VOS Electric

According to Ashwaubenon Press, ‘Village Learns of Bio-Mass Plant on Packerland’

[Village President Mike] Aubinger asked if there was another plant somewhere that the Village could look at. [Todd] Parczick said no, this is the first plant of its kind in the United States.

Todd Parczick – Alliance Construction & Design / Alliance GC / P2O Technologies / Oneida-Kodiak Construction

10/27/10 : Questions prepared for Ed Delgado regarding OSGC’s Waste-to-Energy Pyrolysis Project to be asked at an OBC meeting regarding Oneida Energy, Inc. ownership, who will sign for the project loan agreement with Dougherty Mortgage, identities of investors and shareholders, business plan, and full explanation of funding.

10/28/10 : ProMaxx Technology, LLC registered w/ Nevada; Richard S. Toby, Manager; Norman Lee, Manager; Guy Kirkwood, Member; Re-registered 03/09/11; Registration expired 04/01/13; ProMaxx brochures & websites take credit for the exact same locations & projects claimed by Abdul Latif Mahjoob’s ACTI / ARTI / AREI / etc.

11/05/10 : November 5, 2010 OSGC / OBC Meeting Agenda Packet; including letters from Wisconsin Department of Commerce; Stephen Manydeeds, BIA; Shannon Loeve, BIA; Roger Knight, BIA; and the Abdul Latif Mahjoob / ACTI ‘White Paper’ 

11/10/10 : Northern Investments of WI, LLC administratively Dissolved w/ WDFI; Registered Agent Todd Parczick [Alliance Construction & Design; Alliance GC; P2O Technologies];  Started on 05/18/06

11/16/10 : Village of Hobart Board Meeting; “Standing room only” crowd is residents’ first opportunity to publicly discuss concerns about OSGC’s proposed waste incinerator.


11/23/10 : Green Box NA, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent on 10/15/12, and 11/10/14, and 12/30/16 to Stephen A. Smith [GlenArbor Partners, LLC]

  • Green Box Int, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent on 10/15/12, and 11/10/14, and 12/30/16 to Stephen A. Smith [GlenArbor Partners, LLC]

11/23/10 : Green Box NA, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent on 10/15/12, and 11/10/14, and 12/30/16 to Stephen A. Smith [GlenArbor Partners, LLC]

  • Green Box Int, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Change of Registered Agent on 10/15/12, and 11/10/14, and 12/30/16 to Stephen A. Smith [GlenArbor Partners, LLC]

From the ‘Our History’ page:

100% Reclamation, 100% Sustainability
The entire Green Box presses reclaims 100% of waste it takes in; furthermore every Green Box facility is 100% sustainable… nothing goes to landfill, water table or atmosphere. The water table is further protected in the community as each Green Box eliminates 175,000 tons per year of organic waste stream to the landfills. Every facility also produces and uses its own energy.

At Green Box, sustainability has and always will be top priority. Therefore, corporate social responsibility is an integral part of our corporate culture and is reflected in our day to day activities. For us corporate social responsibility means responsible business practices, something that encompasses ecological, economic and social aspects. The focus areas that make up Corporate Responsibility at Green Box include Sustainability, Social Responsibility, and Internal Operations.

We’re doing our part in creating a circular economy, creating a greener and sustainable future for everyone.

Green Box Environmental Biography
Green Box holds world changing technologies that process food contaminated waste streams to create tissue products, oils, diesel, ethanol, compressed syngas, synthetic fuels, sugars, biochar soil enhancement material, paper cups and electricity.

While only a short time ago 100% reclamation of organics and food contaminated waste streams was only a dream, now is a reality. Envision a process with FDA approval that manufactures a napkin with ketchup on it into a new napkin, or used paper cups to new paper cups. Now imagine the same system reclaiming discarded tires into new tire carbon black, steel and pyro oil.

The process eliminates 99.5% of bacteria, odors and germs while achieving 100% sustainable new products from the waste it takes in.
The entire post-consumer process is accomplished with zero waste water discharge, no landfill requirement and no incineration of waste material.

Every Green Box location has the reclamation capacity of 740 tons per day of food contaminated waste streams which reduces landfill use by 22.7 million cubic feet PER YEAR, EVERY YEAR!

Green Box Social Profile
•  The entire Green Box process reclaims 100% of the waste it takes in; furthermore every Green Box facility is 100% sustainable… nothing goes to landfill, water table or atmosphere.
•  The water table is further protected in the community as each Green Box eliminates 175,000 tons or 22.7 million cubic feet per year of organic waste stream to the landfills.
•  Green Box eliminates bird and insect transferred plastics from our water ways, rivers, and oceans.
•  Every facility produces and uses its own energy and will save over 1,100,000 trees each year of operation.
•  The Green Box system eliminates bacteria, germs, poisonous gases, bacteria, and diseases spreading from birds and insects leaving landfills.
•  Personal hygiene improves with 100% post-consumer tissue products from food contaminated paper product waste made with FDA approval.
•  At Green Box, sustainability has and always will be top priority. Therefore, corporate social responsibility is an integral part of our corporate culture and is reflected in our day to day activities.
•  For Green Box corporate social responsibility means responsible personal and business practices, something that the whole world needs and encompasses ecological, economic and social aspects, while acting in the best possible way for future generations.
•  The focus areas that make up Corporate Responsibility at Green Box include Sustainability, Social Responsibility, and Environmental Stewardship with all Company Operations.

Meet Our Team

Ron Van Den Heuvel
Chairman, Green Box NA, LLC
Mr. Van Den Heuvel has founded several companies and has developed technology in the tissue products, alternative energy and recycled pulp industry. He brings over 30 years of tissue, alternative energy and recycled pulp manufacturing experience including construction, product development, process optimizations, and technology development. Most recently, Mr. Van Den Heuvel formed the companies Green Box NA, LLC and Green Box, LLC. Green Boxs strengths and point of differentiation in the market place is that it produces the most environmentally friendly recycled pulp for tissue and cup products made with 100% Post Consumer recycled materials. The Green Box Group has received FDA approval to produce 100% Post-Consumer recycled pulpfiber suitable for food contact use of recycled paper cup content up to 40% for hot and cold beverage containers.

Daniel Platkowski
Director of Engineering
Daniel Platkowski has over 30 years of experience in the tissue industry. Mr. Platkowski is the President and founder of Pine Ridge Engineering, Inc. Prior to Pine Ridge Engineering, Platkowski worked for Fort Howard Corporation and as a result of the merger, Fort James Corporation for 25 years, where he held th postition of, Senior Vice President of Manufacturing. Platkowski joined Fort Howard in 1974 as a project engineer. In subsequent years, he was promoted to manufacturing positions of increasing responsibility, including Paper Machine Superintendent, Director of Paper Manufacturing and Mill Services, and later Vice President of Manufacturing, Human Resources and Saftey.

Pedro Fernandez / Pete Fernandez [Ron’s brother-in-law via Kelly’s sister Kim Yessman]

VP Sales Marketing
Mr. Pete Fernandez, who is fluent in Spanish, has been Vice President of Sales and Marketing for over 25 years for companies such as Bacardi USA, Cruzan, Ltd. and Incubrand Spirits Group. During his tenure at Bacardi, and Cruzan he was instrumental in creating and running special events throughout the country. His unique and innovative sales and marketing technique allowed him to build relationships in the liquor industry that lasted the duration of his career. With his excellent reputation with all the top distributors around the country, he positioned himself against some of the major liquor companies in the industry, building brands to the point of acquisition.

Lee Reisinger
President and founder of ReiTech Inc., a strategic consulting and project management firm. He was Director of Paper Engineering for the Procter & Gamble Company and has over 40 years in the pulp & paper sector. He led P&Gs Bounty paper towel business and commercialized the belt technology that made their business very profitable. He managed the design, construction and startup of a new diapers plant in Japan, a Duncan Hines Cookie plant in the US, and paper machines in Europe and North America. Subsequently, as a principal of a consulting and engineering firm, and then his own firm, he has led process development and strategic studies for several Fortune 200 companies in pulp and paper and has consulted on billion-dollar acquisitions.

Philip J. Reinhart
Director of Human Resources
Mr. Philip J. Reinhart joined Green Box NA in 2007 as Director of Human Resources. Prior to joining Green Box NA, Mr. Reinhart has experience with Sales and Operations, Strategic Planning and Human Resources including 18 years with Foot Locker, Inc. in both US Operations and with the international expansion of Foot Locker worldwide. His last position at Foot Locker was as Managing Director of Foot Locker Canada. Mr. Reinhart has a proven record of grant writing and working with the Economic Development Corporations throughout the United States.

David Popejoy
Board Member
Bachelor of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Bio-Engineering with a Minor in the Krannert School of Management, all from Purdue University. He is also a graduate from the Six Sigma and ISO 9000 courses at the University of Tennessee. He has over 25 years of professional experience working for Procter & Gamble Co. and Weyerhaeuser Co. in roles of increasing responsibility in manufacturing, sales, brand management, and general management. He has also been directly involved in private equity placement, restructuring projects, and new business start ups. More recently he started his own consulting company, Summit Peaks Inc., and joined Titan Wood Limited in the role of Executive Vice President-Sales and Marketing.

Simon Ahn
Board Member
Simon Ahn is an attorney and has been managing partner and counsel for the law firm of Ahn & Associates, LLC since 1996. He specializes in commercial real estate development and transactions, business immigration and international business law. Simon has personally negotiated and successfully transacted more than 2000 business and real estate transactions. Simon most recently has been working on next generation green energy technologies and he is the owner and CEO of Green Detroit Regional Center [EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program under USCIS] as well as Managing Partner for all SMS Investment Group, LLCs. He graduated with B.A. from the University of Chicago and attended Hofstra University School of Law with a full three year academic scholarship.

Stephen A Smith of GlenArbor Partners,  Reclamation Technology Systems LLC, and EcoHub USA LLC

Stephen Smith
Board Member
Stephen Smith is the President and Chief Executive Officer of GlenArbor Partners Inc., an investment advisory firm. Prior to his current role, Mr. Smith co-founded Bryanston Realty Partners LLC in 2004 with two other partners and served as a Principal and its Chief Operating Officer until 2011. Over that period the firm invested in the acquisition of numerous retailers including Mervyns, Albertsons, ShopKo and Marsh Supermarkets. Prior to co-forming Bryanston in 2004, Mr. Smith was a Managing Director of LaSalle Investment Management, a member of LaSalles Global Management and Investment Strategy Committees and an International Director of its parent Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc. (NYSE:JLL). He received an M.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from Northwestern Universitys J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management in Evanston, IL and an A.B. in Economics from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

11/24/10 : November 24, 2010 Email from OSGC Board Member Paul Linzmeyer to Yvonne Metivier responding to the news that the OBC would be passing an OBC Resolution to proceed with the Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin location of OSGC’s Waste-to-Energy Pyrolysis project

The only non-tribal OSGC Board member warned:      

I tried,

but they

would not listen

to reason.

This is a

terrible mistake

and it will cost dearly.

12/07/10 : December 7, 2010 Document prepared for Ed Delgado regarding OSGC’s Waste-to-Energy Project noting concerns about loan financing documents and signatures, project logistics, OSGC reporting, and past multi-million dollar losses in Airadigm, Plexus and Nature’s Way Tissue Corp.

12/08/10 : OBC adopted OBC Resolution 12-08-10-B, ‘Supporting Oneida Seven Generations Corp. & Oneida Energy in the Development of the Waste-to-Energy Project’

Present: Rick Hill, Chairman, Kathy Hughes, Vice-Chair, Tina Danforth, Treasurer, Patty Hoeft, Secretary, Melinda Danforth, Council Member, Ed Delgado, Council Member, Ron “Tehassi” Hill Jr., Council Member, Trish King, Council Member, Brandon Stevens, Council Member

Others Present: Barb Skenandore, Dorothy Skenandore, Lois Strong, Winnifred L. Thomas, Rich VanBoxtel, Warren Skenandore, Jennifer Hill-Kelley, Carol Elm, Wes Martin, N. Dallas, Barb Dickson, Cheryl Stevens, Geraldine Danforth, Tanya Boucher, Pearl McLester, Tim Ninham, Dale Wheelock, Hugh Danforth

XI. Additions

4. Supporting Oneida Seven Generations and Oneida Energy in the Development of the Waste-to-Energy Project

Sponsor: Rick Hill

Motion by Tina Danforth to adopt resolution 12-08-10-B ‘Supporting Oneida Seven Generations and Oneida Energy in the Department of the Waste-to-Energy Project’ with the change of the last “Whereas, the project goals are consistent with Federal government policy and State of Wisconsin policy to develop viable renewable energy projects that environmentally-safe support local economies and create local jobs; Now therefore be it resolved, the Oneida Business Committee enthusiastically supports this project and will work with Oneida Seven Generations Corporation and Oneida Energy to help them realize the opportunity and to locate the facility on a site that is most desirable,” seconded by Melinda Danforth.

Motion carried with two opposed:

Ayes: Melinda Danforth, Cristina Danforth, Tehassi Ron Hill Jr., Trish King, Brandon Stevens

Opposed: Ed Delgado, Patty HoeftExcused: Kathy Hughes

For the record:
Ed Delgado said I am opposing because there are too many unanswered questions. I want to know what we are putting up for collateral. We don’t know and I need to know. I want to be assured that there are enough resources “garbage” to feed that generator because without enough garbage we will not be able to be successful. We have not seen any written agreements.

For the record:
Patty Hoeft said I opposed the resolution because the Oneida Tribe’s positive relationship with most all neighboring local govemments and the Tribe’s reputation as a good neighbor and environmental steward have been put at risk by the decision of the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation to construct and operate a waste-to-energy gasification plant on Packerland Drive in the Village of Ashwaubenon. Despite the opposition to locating the project on the Packerland Drive site, there seems still to be support for the Oneida Tribe’s biomass energy project and I do support Oneida Seven Generations constructing and operating a biomass energy project, just not on the Packerland site. Many still hope that Oneida due to its mission to protect the environment will find a way to make alternative energy an option in Northeast Wisconsin that will help solve energy and environmental problems, improve our economy and create new jobs. This is one reason why Oneida can not afford to fail and as one reason why I believe we need to enter into this project in collaboration and cooperation with our neighbors. This project has potential of putting the Oneida Tribe in an environmental leadership role positively impacting the Tribe’s economy and positively helping the greater community in and around the Oneida Reservation.

For the record:
Tina Danforth said I support the resolution because I represent Oneida not Hobart and I support alternative energy and tribal sovereignty and that’s for the record.

  • Green Bay Press-Gazette: ‘Oneida Biomass Plant Site Opposed By Brown County Executive Tom Hinz’

Hinz’s objections come amid ongoing discussions with the Oneida Seven Generations Corp. that would make the county a provider of waste materials to fuel the plant.  He said negotiations broke down in November after [OSGC] was told they would have to answer the County Board’s questions regarding the regulation, operation and location of the facility.

12/16/10 : OSGC hosts Open House information meeting for Village of Ashwaubenon residents, but picketing and protests by Ashwaubenon/Hobart residents is televised on local TV stations; Biomass Opposition Committee formed; later renamed Incinerator Free Brown County

OSGC Counsel Carl Artman

2011 : Fmr. Asst. Sec. of Indian Affairs Carl J. Artman listed in OSGC’s FY2011 & FY2012 Reports as an ‘Independent Tribal Vendor’ hired as OSGC’s ‘Attorney’


After years of lab work, small batch trials and tinkering, [Ron Van Den Heuvel] began the quest to patent the processes which he had developed. Indeed, in 2011, he filed a process patent application, citing 32 separate claims, all related to the aforementioned reclamation of waste which would have been landfilled. He identified 27 municipalities around the country where plants using his process commercially could be built economically.

01/11/11 : January 11, 2001 OBC Regular Meeting Minutes re: Reivew of Dept. of Energy FONSI findings and Risk/Profit of OSGC Energy Project

XIII.  New Business/Requests …

2. Oneida biomass project assessment request
Sponsor: Vince DelaRosa

Motion by Vince DelaRosa to direct the Environmental Health and Safety Division to perform a review of the Department of Energy (DOE) Environmental Assessment Report and the final outcome a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation (OSGC) : Energy Recovery proposed project in Green Bay, Wisconsin and the two DNR reviews, seconded by Patty Hoeft.
Motion carried with two abstentions:

Ayes:  Vince DelaRosa, Patty Hoeft, David Jordan, Greg Matson, Paul Ninham, Brandon Stevens

Abstained:  Melinda J. Danforth, Tina Danforth

Motion by Vince DelaRosa to direct the Treasurer to have the CFO review the investment and venture benefits for the Tribe’s risk and profit tolerance on the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation (OSGC): Energy Receovery proposed project in Green Bay, Wisconsin, seconded by Patty Hoeft.
Motion carried with three oppositions:

Ayes:  Vince DelaRosa, Patty Hoeft, David Jordan, Greg Matson, Brandon Stevens

Opposed:  Melinda J. Danforth, Tina Danforth, Paul Ninham

02/03/11 : MH Resources Corp. changed Registered Agent w/ WDFI to Marc Hess; Notice of Administrative Dissolution on 01/18/17 RTND UNDELIVERABLE, and on 03/29/17

Marc Hess was a consultant for OSGC / OEI / GBRE ‘energy’ schemes via IEP Development, LLC, which is affiliated w/ International Energy Partners of Caribou, Maine of which Hess was a Member; IEP Consulting Services; IEP Services; and IEP Ltd.

Marc Hess is also a Fmr. Chair of the Town of Ledgeview, WI.

02/15/11 : According to the November 16, 2016 Cliffton Equities, Inc.’s Objection to Debtor Green Box NA Green Bay LLC’s 1st Amended Disclosure Statement, filed by Atty. Brittany S. Ogden, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Wisconsin Eastern District Docket No. 16-24179-beh, Chapter 11, Green Box NA Green Bay LLC

First, the Debtor states that it has a pending patent, serial number 13/385,218 which was filed in February 2011. This appears to be the application for which [Ron Van Den Heuvel] had applied. …

However, the Debtor cannot have intellectual property rights in an application; only a granted patent vests such rights. Indeed, the Amended Disclosure Statement conjectures that “it is expected that the final process patent will be issued sometime in 2017.” … 

Thus, the Debtor does not actually have any intellectual property rights and it cannot assert any corresponding value to the estate, as there is no value in an application for a patent.

Second, this particular application appears to have been rejected several times. There is no specific information listed in the Debtor’s bankruptcy about which steps it has taken to renew its application in this patent and why this time it is likely to be granted a patent. The Debtor also lists Patent Number 6,174,412 B1, which refers to processes related to tissue manufacturing and the conversion of cotton.

The Debtor’s information related to alleged intellectual property rights is insufficient and paints a thoroughly incomplete picture about the Debtor’s intellectual property.

According to the March 20, 2013 Amended Complaint and Jury Trial Demand, Brown Co. Case No, 13CV463Marco Araujo, M.D. v. Ronald Van Den Heuvel and Green Box N.A.; with Exhibit B – Confidential Brochure: ‘Green Box NA, LLC: Sound Path to biomass’s most efficient technologies’ which cites ACTI operating in Los Angeles [County]; Carson, CA; and Paramount, CA

1. Plaintiff Marco Araujo, M.D. (“Araujo”) is an adult citizen of the United States of America … and is a licensed physician engaged in the practice of medicine in Brown County, Wisconsin.

2. Defendant, Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel (“Van Den Heuvel”), is an adult … who holds himself out as a businessman and entrepreneur.

3. Defendant Green Box NA Green Bay, LLC (“Green Box”), is a Wisconsin limited liability company having its principal offices located at 2077-B Lawrence Drive, De Pere, Wisconsin 54115 which claims to be engaged in the business of manufacturing.

4. In mid-February 2011, Van Den Heuvel began soliciting Araujo to invest in Green Box which was represented by Van Den Heuvel to be an existing manufacturing facility that had a reclamation process for organic solid waste which waste stream was remanufactured into commercially marketable products without any wastewater discharege, and without any waste material going to landfill.

5. In mid-February 2011, Van Den Heuvel invited Araujo to a reception at the Perini Building, 3060 South Ridge Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304.

6. Van Den Heuvel gave Araujo a tour of the entire Perini Building, representing that Green Box was already operating inside that building, which was false.

7. Van Den Heuvel represented to Araujo that he needed his investment money to buy the Perini Building, which he was going to purchase in a short sale for around $3 Million.

8. In late February, Araujo and his family had dinner with Van Den Heuvel and his family. At that time, Van Den Heuvel stated that Araujo “will invest directly into Green Box NA Green Bay and he will be a shareholder” like himself.

9. Van Den Heuvel assured Araujo’s wife, in front of Araujo, “Don’t worry, he is my friend. No, he will be protected because I will take care of you and his girls. We will make millions for our girls.” Van Den Heuvel repeated these statements to Araujo several times.

10 . Van Den Heuvel represented to Araujo that Green Box had contracts with McDonalds, Inc. and that it was being paid by a company in Canada [Tim Horton’s] to accept its waste stream. Those representations were false.

02/18/11 : February 18, 2011 Letter from OSGC Project Manager Peter King III to General Tribal Council regarding the move of the OSGC Pyrolysis Gasification facility to the City of Green Bay

03/07/11 : March 7, 2011 GreenAction for Health & Environmental Justice’s Evaluation of the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation Proposal for a Pyrolysis Gasification facility at the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin

…Emissions Source tests conducted at the Romoland [California] facility in June-July 2005 confirmed that this technology emits dioxin and other toxic air contaminants as well as other pollutants. [The] preliminary evaluation of the test results found some emissions exceeded those from typical garbage incinerators. …

We respectfully urge the Oneida Nation to reconsider this project that would pollute the environment and undermine true renewable energy efforts, and instead pursue safer, truly green and viable economic development projects.

03/09/11 : ProMaxx Technology, LLC re-registered w/ State of Nevada (Las Vegas); Richard S. Toby, Manager; Norman Lee, Manager; Guy Kirkwood, Member; Registration expired 04/01/13; ProMaxx brochures & websites take credit for the exact same locations & projects claimed by Abdul Latif Mahjoob’s ACTI / ARTI / AREI / etc.

03/10/11 : March 10, 2011 Article in the Kalihwisaks by OBC Council Member Melinda J. Danforth Supporting the Oneida Seven Generations Corporation Waste to Energy Project

On March 10, 2011 Incinerator Free Brown County / IFBC hosted a pro-recycling and anti-incineration public forum with Dr. Paul Connett, Ph. D. & Bradley Angel of Greenaction for Health & Environmental Justice

03/11/11 : March 11, 2011 Email from Oneida Law Office Chief Counsel Jo Anne House to OBC Member Ed Delgado and OBC Member & OSGC Liaison Brandon Stevens regarding the OSGC Pyrolysis Project’s BIA loan guarantee and second grant  

03/15/11 : March 15, 2011 Email from Ed Delgado to OBC and OBC Chief Counsel Jo Anne House requesting disclosure of the identity and ownership of Broadway Manufacturing, LLC which was listed in the application to the City of Green Bay for OSGC’s Waste-to-Energy (“Biomass”) Pyrolysis Project

From: [Then-OBC Member] Ed Delgado

To: [OBC Member Brandon Stevens]; [OBC Chair Ed Delgado]; [OBC Chief Counsel Jo Anne House]; [Fmr. OBC Vice-Chair Kathy Hughes,] [then-OBC Member Melinda Danforth]; [Fmr. OBC Sec. Patty Ninham-Hoeft]; [Fmr. OBC Chair Rick Hill]; [Fmr. OBC Treas./Chair Cristina Delgado / Tina Danforth]; [OBC Member Patricia Farmer / Trish King]

Date: Tue, March 15, 2011 2:53:54 PM

CC: [Elaine Reed Doxtator]; [Yvonne Clark-Metivier]

Dear OBC,

Previously, I have expressed my concern that, according to the application to the City of Green Bay in regards to the Biomass project, an LLC by the name of Broadway Manufacturing LLC has recently been established as of January 13, 2011 (2 months ago).

As I have stated above, I have previously expressed my concern regarding who is and who owns this newly formed entity that will “develop, build and operate” the Biomass project, according to the documentation submitted to the Green Bay City Council.

In November of 2008, the General Tribal Council passed [GTC] Resolution 11-15-18-C. That Resolution, under the 3rd Resolve, directs that … “no agent of Tribe shall enter into any agreement with any corporation that prohibits full disclosure of all transactions (receipts and expenditures and the nature of such funds) and that such agreement is not biding to the Tribe.”

I am again requesting information which complies with the full disclosure requirements under GTC Resolution 11-15-08-C.

Thank you.

03/18/11 : The SEC filed an Unopposed Motion to Stay Determination of Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment Against Setting Defendants Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy in light of settlement agreements, Civil Action No. 09-cv-02676-CMA-MJW, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

03/21/11 : The SEC filed Unopposed Motions for Permanent Injunction & Other Relief as to Defendants Wragg & Knorr, Civil Action No. 09-cv-02676-CMA-MJW, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy 

03/23/11 : OBC adopted OBC Resolution 03-23-11-C Support Energy Project,

Renewable Energy Topic Area 3 – Development of a Renewable Energy Project for Power Production by Oneida Seven Generation[s Corporation]’ on “Indian Lands identified and committed to the proposed project is a fee simple parcel, identified as 1230 Hurlbut St., Green Bay, WI, 54303 and in the process of purchase by the [Oneida] Seven Generations Corporation

1230 Hurlbut St. is outside the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin’s Reservation boundaries.

03/25/11 : Green Box NA Green Bay, LLC registered w/ WDFI; Restored to Good Standing & changed Registered Agent on 02/04/13, and on 07/7/15, and on 03/31/17 to Stephen A. Smith [GlenArbor Partners, LLC] 

03/29/11 : Court granted SEC’s Unopposed Motions for Permanent Injunction & Other Relief as to Defendants Wragg & Knorr, Civil Action No. 09-CV-02676, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

03/31/11 : SEC filed Unopposed Motion for Permanent Injunction & Other Relief as to Defendants Wayde M. McKelvy, Civil Action No. 09-CV-02676, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

04/01/11 : SEC filed Reply in support of its Motion for Summary Judgment against Defendant Mantria Corp., Civil Action No. 09-cv-02676 SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy, which noted Mantria’s failure to respond to the instant Motion, which the SEC asserted amounts to admission of the facts of the Motion, and argued that the Court should grant summary judgment against Mantria as a result

04/05/11 Court granted SEC’s Unopposed Motion for Permanent Injunction and Other Relief as to Defendant Wayde M. McKelvy, Civil Action No. 09-cv-02676-CMA-MJW, SEC v. Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy



11. In late March 2011, Van Den Heuvel continued to solicit investment by Araujo in Green Box, promising him a mortgage on the Perini Building, and ten percent (10%) guaranteed interest to be paid quarterly, as well as a Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) filing on the machinery required to build the Green Box machines necessary to process the organic material.

12. In fact, Van Den Heuvel was unable to purchase the Perini Building, a fact he did not disclose to Araujo.

13. Between mid-March and April 5, 2011, Van Den Heuvel was visiting Araujo at Arajo’s clinic … twice and spoke on the telephone with Araujo several times to discuss what he represented as the operations of Green Box and to answer questions. During these conversations, Van Den Heuvel represented that Green Box was operational and Van Den Heuvel needed Araujo’s money to consolidate all Green Box operations in the Perini Building. Van Den Heuvel directed Araujo to block out time on his calendar for a grand opening ceremony for this purpose in the summer of 2011, but the ceremony never took place.

14. Green Box did not exist until March 25, 2011, at which time it was organized by Van Den Heuvel by filing for LLC status with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. Van Den Heuvel had a duty to inform Araujo of this, but he did not do so.

15. Van Den Heuvel created written advertising materials which he provided to Araujo as part of his efforts to convince Araujo to invest in Green Box.

16. Van Den Heuvel represented that the written were true, although they contained numerous falsehoods.

17. One brochure provided to Araujo by Van Den Heuvel as part of Van Den Heuvel’s campaign to solicit investment by Araujo in Green Box is titled “The Green Box Manufacturing Facility” and “E.A.R.T.H.’s Greenest Path Forward,” A copy of this document is attached as Exhibit A and referred to below as the “Manufacturing Facility Brochure.” …

65. Even After April 4, 2011, Van Den Heuvel continued to misrepresent the actual lack of operations and prospects of Green Box in an effort to dissuade Araujo from protecting his interests and property.

According to the July 2, 2015 Brown County Sheriff’s Dept. Search Warrants for Ronald Van Den Heuvel / Green Box NA Green Bay, LLC:

b. Your affiant is aware that Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel, doing business as Green Box NA Green Bay, LLC, received a $600,000 [GBNAGB] equity investment from Dr. Marco Araujo or about April 5, 2011, and within days, [RVDH] used the money to pay personal debts. Dr. Araujo received 600,000 membership units in exchange for his $600,000 equity investment.

c. Your affiant found that Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel represented to Dr. Marco Araujo that Araujo would be given a mortgage on the Perini Building, located at 3060 S. Ridge Road, Village of Ashwaubenon, Brown County, Wisconsin, which would, in part, be purchased with Aruajo’s invemstment of $600,000. You[r] affiant is aware that the Perini building was never for sale but was used as a prop to induce Araujo into investing. Araujo stated that Ronald H. Van Den Heuvel, along with his wife, Kelly Lea Yessman Van Den Heuvel, brought Araujo to the Perini Building at 3060 S. Ridge Road. They showed Araujo office space in the second floor of the building where the Van Den Heuvels said conferences would be held and a white board would be utilized. Photographs of the Perini Building are prominently shown in promotional documents for Green Box.

d. According to the statement of Araujo and promotion materials generated by [GBNAGB], your affiant has found that [RVDH] presented [GBNAGB] as a functioning business which produced a product when, in fact, [GBNAGB] was not producing anything prior to Araujo’s investment and in fact, according to the DFI website, [GBNAGB] had been formed on March 26, 2011, just days before Araujo invested on April 5, 2011.

e. Your affiant has found that [RVDH] received Araujo’s wired money transfer into the account of Green Box Detroit LLC on April 5, 2011, based on a wire receipt provided by Marco Araujo. [RVDH] then transferred the $600,000 to his own RVDH Development account and proceeded to make payments for his own personal use; i.e. to [RVDH]’s ex-wife in the amount of $57,777.43 and $19,184.00 toward a Green Bay Packers Stadium box. Other examples of [RVDH]’s personal expenditures using Dr. Marco Araujo’s $600,000 are: $3,900 to pay [RVDH]’s American Express credit card bill; $2,870.85 for payment on [RVDH]’s ex-wife’s house in Savannah, Georgia; $6,409.50 on [RVDH]’s house in a gated community in Florida; $75,000 listed as expenses and loan payment, to name a few. [RVDH] himself provided an itemized list of information about where the $600,000 was spent. The document was used in the civil suit Araujo brought against [RVDH]. 

04/07/11 : Source of Solutions, LLC change of Registered Agent to Ron Van Den Heuvel w/ WDFI




04/11/11 : APRIL 11, 2011 GTC SPECIAL MEETING re: OSGC’s Waste Incinerator proposal w/ non-Tribal presenters Abdul Latif Mahjoob of American Combustion Technologies, Inc. / American Renewable Energy Inc. / American Renewable Technolgies, Inc. / American Renewable Energy Corp. [ACTI/AREI/ARTI/AREC]; Dan Guido & Mark Zimmerman [ERM]; and Shannon Loeve from the BIA, Division of Capital Investment, Office of Indian Energy & Economic Development


[NOTE:  Shannon Loeve as of 2016 was re-employed as a Senior Vice-President with the Native American Bank NA having previously left NABNA to work for the BIA]



Mike Debraska:  I have a couple of questions here. Can everyone please turn to page 55 [of the meeting packet]? If you all go down to that fourth paragraph, where it starts out “the Oneida Business Committee has authorized two types of corporate entities,” jump down to the sixth sentence there. It says “the Oneida Tribe does not currently have laws regarding corporations in place.” Why on God’s green earth are we supporting [OSGC] when you guys don’t even have laws, rules or regulations to govern those people? That’s first, okay. Secondly, look at a couple lines down from there in that paragraph that says…in the second sentence, “however, in the case where the corporation has a small number of shareholders or in the case where the Tribe is the sole shareholder, liability” – LIABILITY – “may pass through the corporation to the Tribe.” You mean we’re responsible for their blunders and their errors? That’s my second point. I got about 20 others in here because I’ve spent about 14 hours going through this thing and picking it apart. On page 58, if you notice, on the bottom there, or, excuse me, go one page back to letter H. It says, “to elect or appoint officers or agents of the corporations and define their duties and set their compensation, provided that such elections or appointments comply with the laws of the Oneida Nation and policies of the corporation….” What laws?! You just told me on the page before you have no laws, rules or regulations governing these people! This is what I mean about conflicting information. Bad, bad news. I can’t make heads or tails of this and every time I’ve asked for information and had requests about Seven Gens, I’ve never gotten anything. I don’t think we should be giving them one more dime.

[Fmr. BC Chair] Rick Hill:  Kathy Hughes?

[Fmr. BC Vice-Chair] Kathy Hughes: On the question, I guess the first one, about the Tribe having no corporate laws, that is basically correct. Unlike the State of Wisconsin, they do corporate charters and they have laws guiding their charters, but if you look at their charters, they are really very basic; it doesn’t have much information in them. Whereas, when Oneida grants a corporate charier, most of what you would expect to final in rules and regulations, you will find written out In the charter itself. It defines the makeup of the board. It defines the actions that the board can take, the author,the authority they have. it defines the oversight. GTC directed the Business Committee to refine those reporting requirements because you didn’t feel satisfied with the information that was being provided, or not being provided. That was the direction that was given approximately a year and a half ago. l’ve reported out to the GTC on tow different occasions the progress we v/ere making with re-writing those charters, Not just for Seven Gens, but for every one of our corporate charters. The re-writing further defined the reporting requirements. They are to submit a narrative to the GTC and to the Business Committee. They are to submit financial reports to the GTC and to the Business Committee, and they are to submit disclosure information to the Audit Committee. So your request io have more reporting done has been taken care of. We did the modifications to those corporate charters in February of this last year. Now, they haven’t come around to the cycle yet to do that first report to the GTC that will occur in July. We will know then, whether or not there is enough information being shared with the GTC and the membership according to those charters. Mike is correct, there are no tribal laws regulating our corporations, it’s in the charter itself.”

Rick Hill:  Judy?

Judy Cornelius:  Thank you. l’d like to remind the GTC that sometimes you need to review your history and the way our big businesses are run. As the Treasurer back in ’01, we had problems with Seven Gen. Subsequently, about four or five years later, tried to, well I did, petition and got a GTC meeting trying to make Seven Gens accountable. At that time, I believe Brenda Mendolla-Buckley was the chairperson of Seven Gens and basically told the GTC, and Tina was the Treasurer at the time, that she did not have to answer to anyone. So whether that has happened or whether the accountability has come forward or not. I hear Kathy [Hughes] saying one thing but l’d like to remind Kathy and the rest of this body that in the past, we have done a $52 million Airadigm deal and the GTC knew it. So we have to be very, very careful about how our business is conductecd. I appreciate Ms. Metivier and whoever else did the investgation, because this body needs to know it.

[NOTE: Fmr. OSGC Chair Brenda Mendolla-Buckley is the wife of Brown Co. Board Supervisor Patrick Buckley, and both have served local law enforcement agencies in various capacities.]

Sayokla WilliamsThe reason why I ask and this is one thing you should be very aware of is our people. Indigenous People, in Wisconsin, in the whole United States, in North America, we are targeted for products and projects of this nature. We have nuclear waste dumps, we have nuclear testing, and we have Yucca Mountain, which is on Wester Shoshone land to store spent fuel. We have our slude pond right behind us; we have major waste all around us. So I’m telling you Mr. Latif [Mahjoob], that we’ve experienced these kinds of proposals and projects before and because of that we have great concern over something like this, because this is new technology, because it is foreign to us and because we have a close connection to the earth we call Mother. We call her (inaudible) and that means our Mother, that’s who gives us live and so when a project like this comes forward, I ask you to please have respect for the people and our way of life and our ways which we are immensly connected to this earth. So when I ask you about these kind of things, please have respect.

Abdul Latif Mahjoob

Former OSGC CEO & Oneida Energy, Inc. CEO & Green Bay Renewable Energy, LLC, President, Kevin Corelius:  Thank you, I would like to answer that. First of all, Mr. [Latif] Mahjoob, we targeted Mr. Mahjoob. This is not Mr. Mahjoob targeting us. We went and talked to the Faith keepers in the Longhouse, we talked to people in the community. This was not something that was targeted by us, there is a lot of woe is me …I’m a dumb Indian; well, that’s not the case over here. We’re the ones who went out there and went to find Mr. Mahjoob.


NOTE: When Kevin Cornelius refers to the ‘Longhouse Faith Keepers’ he really just means Nature’s Way Tissue Corp. partner Artley Skenandore, Jr.; OSGC Board member Tsyosha?aht Cathy Delgado (sister of OBC Chair Cristina Danforth); and relatives of OSGC President & Chair Atty. William Cornelius.


How is it that – fresh off their $4 MILLION LOSS with Ron Van Den Heuvel via Nature’s Way Tissue Corp. in 2008 – OSGC “goes out on their own and finds Mr. Mahjoob” of American Combustion Technologies, Inc. [ACTI] …

…who also  just happens to be providing the exact same technology for Ron Van Den Heuvel’s own company Green Box NA, LLC, as seen in the ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ Green Box NA, LLC brochure for potential investors – domestic and foreign via the USCIS EB-5 Prorgram?

That ‘CONFIDENTIAL’ brochure claims that Ron Van Den Heuvel’s Green Box NA, LLC can turn garbage into electricity – just like OSGC claimed its ‘waste-to-energy’ project would do. Green Box NA, LLC’s brochure also says:

Below are the renderings from the designs for the sludge-to-diesel fuel plant currently being demonstrated in Los Angeles. This proof-of-concept system is gasifying sewage and producing diesel fuel at the waste treatment facility in Carson [California].

NOTE: Another Pilot system is currently at the ACTI Paramount [California] facility to test various feed stocks for their energy properties, while providing system demonstrations.


Abdul Latif Mahjoob’s

American Combustion Technologies, Inc. 

is “ACTI”…  

called “AITI” in LEG FY10-19812 Exhbit B

aka American Renewable Energy, Inc. / AREI …

aka American Renewable Technologies, Inc. / ARTI.

In other words, it turns out that OSGC subsidiary ‘Green Bay Renewable Energy, LLC’ was nothing but ‘Green Box Oneida Nation’ – another one of Ron Van Den Heuvel’s fraud schemes wearing a new mask under a different name.

According to the April 6, 2015 Plaintiffs–Appellants’ Brief in Cook. Co. Case No. 2014-L-2768 and Exhibits, Cook. CO. Case NO. 2014-L-2768Generation Clean Fuels LLC, [GCF], ACF SERVICES INC., ACF LEANING INC.  v.  ONEIDA NATION of WISCONSIN [ONWI] & ONEIDA SEVEN GENERATIONS CORP. [OSGC] et al.:

Throughout the negotiations of the Agreements, OSGC and the Tribe representatives repeatedly represented to ACF that they are acting on behalf of the Tribe/OSGC and referred to the Tribe, OSGC and GBRE as though they were one and the same. … Kevin Cornelius and Bruce King repeatedly corresponded with ACF regarding the Project, utilizing OSGC email addresses and OSGC letterhead and utilized OSGC’s office. Kevin Cornelius and Bruce King represented to ACF that GBRE was only a vehicle for tax purposes, that the Agreements were with the Tribe/OSGC and that Kevin Cornelius had authority to enter into the Agreements and waive sovereign immunity on behalf of the Tribe, OSGC and GBRE.

In reliance on the representations of Kevin Cornelius, Bruce King, and William Cornelius that they had they permission of the Tribe and OSGC to enter into the Agreements, ACF continuously performed a variety of tasks to meet its obligations under the Agreements once they were executed. … In fact, Kevin Cornelius and Bruce King sent numerous documents related to the Project to Eric Decator in Illinois, but none of these documents referred to GBRE, which was consistent with ACF’s understanding that the actual parties to the Project were OSGC/the Tribe.

In August 2013, [OSGC CFO] Bruce King advised Eric Decator that OSGC’s Board wanted to review the Project again to determine whether to proceed and sent Eric Decator his slide presentation for the OSGC Board, which included a warning that OSGC “may have additional liability to [ACF] partners in project” if it did not proceed.

On or about August 15, 2013 ACF sent a letter to OSGC’s Board at the request of Bruce King regarding the Project.

On August 30, 2013, Bruce King (CFO of OSGC/Treasurer of GBRE), Cathy Delgado (OSGC Board member), William Cornelius (OSGC Board President), Brandon Stevens (Tribe Business Committee member) and Michael Galich went to ACF’s plant in Bakersfield, California to examine the type of machines that would be utilized in the Project...


Back to the 04/11/11 GTC Special Meeting Transcript:

Sayokla Williams:  Can I ask you a question then? If you did that, then why is it this type of proposal that you targeted for our own community; this waste to incineration, this new technology … or whatever it’s called? Why did you target this type of project for our community, why couldn’t you do something different than this? Did our GTC recommend this type of project for you to go after?

OSGC President & Board Chair & Oneida Gaming Commission Counsel, Atty. William ‘Bill’ Cornellus:  We’re looking at. ..the corporation is tasked with making money; that’s what we’ve heard a thousand times here. If you lock at our reservation, it doesn’t take a genius to determine that we don’t have wind or solar. at least not wind or solar to make a profit, We were looking at renewable energy and we hired a person, I mean this is kind of in the later presentation, but we hired a person from Wisconsin Public Service with 30 years of experience and that person [Marc Hess / IEP Development, LLC / MH Resources, LLC] went around the reservation, looked at the areas that had wind, looked at the areas that had solar and they did not have those. We looked at biomass, we looked at just straight wind, and we didn’t have that either. But you know what? There is a dump there and that dump is putting pollutants in the air every single day. Not to mention that Brown County makes six to seven million dollars a year off of that garbage going through our Reservation, which we have no control over. We thought this was an opportunity for us to look at that and have some sort of control over that, because whether we like it or not; it’s going there. Not to mention that there is also paper sludge dump right over here that we have no control over either.

OSGC CEO Kevin Cornelius:  Ok, one of the questions we [were asked] on the funding and what we’d like to do; there was an insinuations, actually it was not an insinuation; it was just plainly said that we shouldn’t get one more dime, or we shouldn’t invest any money in this. So the funding, the sources, the amount of money that we are getting from the Oneida Tribe is zero. We have not received money from the Oneida Tribe since 2004. So, for this project, we’re getting no money to do this project. There was mention before that we talked about a grant and it wasn’t a grant, but we have two grants. One from the state for $2 million; we have another grant from the Federal Government for $584,000 and we have that information you can see that we’ve shared that with the BC and it is from the [Wisconsin] Department of Commerce grant. Also we have a loan guarantee from the Federal Government for $19 million and that is a program set up by the Bureau. Actually, I’m going to get through this and then. What we do also have from the state is a low interest, non-secured loan. So we have a $2 million low-interest loan which we don’t have to put up any collateral for, and we also have a $2 million grant. So that brings the total project, sources of funding that we have received up to $24 million and that is the cost of the project. I would like to ask Shannon [Loeve], she is here and she can maybe talk a little bit about the loan guarantee program and the amount of, as far as somebody said there wasn’t any kind of money guaranteed or committed. So I’ll let her answer that question.

Shannon Loeve – Worked for Native American Bank NA;, then BIA; now back at NABNA as VP & Sr. Mgr. in Lending Dept.

Shannon Loeve: Hello, my name is Shannon Loeve and I’m with the Division of Capital Investment. We are an agency under the Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development. My office is responsible for administrating the Loan Guarantee Program, and you’ve heard it referred here tonight as the BIA Loan Guarantee Program. It’s the same thing. People are more familiar with the BIA Loan Guarantee Program. We are a federal agency. We provide a 90 percent loan guarantee to the lender. So we don’t actually give any money, we don’t fund the program. What we do is we provide an added insurance to the lender who is actually fronting the money, to give them an incentive to make the loan. The purpose of our program is to provide capital to Indian Country. Basically, the intention of our program is to help lenders make loans that they may not otherwise be able to make, simply because they are located on a reservation or because they are a start-up enterprise. There’s generally something about the actual loan that’s requested that prohibits them from making the loan that is specific to Indian Country. The general intention behind our program is to have an economic impact in Indian Country. With that being said, I’ll go ahead and just take questions now.

Former OBC Chair Rick Hill: Any questions about the Loan Guarantee Program?

Kevin Cornelius: Question is, that was mentioned before, was the money committed to the Tribe?

Shannon Loeve: I think what’s important to make note of right now is that the Loan Guarantee has not been approved. What we did is we obligated funds from last year’s budget. To put that into perspective, I think what you saw here is $19 million, is what we’ve obligated toward the project. We have to do our due diligence and we have to know the project is going to meet all of our requirements under our regulation, prior to making it an obligation. So the $19 million that we’re talking about, in the context of our budget last year, our entire guarantee was $89 million. So that is a huge portion of what we were able to provide last year, so we couldn’t make that obligation, we wouldn’t take that lightly. If we make the obligation to an organization or borrower, those funds cannot be used by any other group. Because we know that we have limited resources, we wouldn’t possibly make that obligation without knowing that this is a project that we wanted to see happen.

Rick Hill: Brandon?

OBC member & OSGC Liaison Brandon Stevens: One of the questions that I got from a lot of Tribal members, over and over again was, in worse case scenario, what would happen in case of a default?

Shannon Loeve: In the case of a default, what happens is the lender has the ability to make a claim for loss to my program. We pay the lender their 90 percent. 90 percent of their balance. At that point we take over the note, we being the Federal Agency, and we begin to see if there is some way that we can collect on the guarantee. Either it’s liquidation; if we got a viable business, we will try to restructure the loan and so forth. I think the real question that we’re getting at is whether or not the Tribe is on the hook for this. The answer to that is that our obligation is actually to the corporation, it is not the Tribe and in the event of a default, there is no recourse to the Tribe.

Yvonne Metivier: This [question is] definitely about the DOI/BIA Guaranteed Loan Office. Yes, Pat [Cornelius], I was the spy who went to Washington D.C. at the end of February and I met with Phil Viles[, Chief of the Division of Capital Investment in the DOI’s Office of Indian Energy & Economic Development]. Almost everything that you say is exactly what Phil Viles told us – it has not yet been approved. However, what is going on now is that Doherty Limited, the finance company, may have approved this loan but the DOI/BIA has not guaranteed Doherty and they may change that process. Phil Viles has sent us an e-mail that this is not a done deal. He also sent us an e-mail in September, which I gave to the Business Committee. Phil Viles is the one who signed off on this and he told me in person. I went, an old lady, dragging my bad foot. ..poor me, but I wanted to ask him in person – what is going on? He said yes, they do allocate the money but there [are] other projects they may give it to because [OSGC] has not yet met the standards that they need to, to approve the loan. That is my bottom line.

Shannon Loeve: I would like to point out, you made the observation that the money has been allocated but the funding, the ability to provide a guarantee from those funds that have already been obligated, could go elsewhere. The answer to that is no. The obligation is specific to the borrower and because we are in a different fiscal year, we obligated from last year’s fiscal year. So those funds cannot go elsewhere and because we knew that, I guess I want to reiterate that our due diligence prior to obligating those funds was extensive. We worked with the lender. We made sure that all of the documentation requirements were met. Again, we’re governed by regulation. There are minimum standards that we have to meet.

Fmr. OBC Chair Rick Hill:Now I’m going to have Tina explain. There were questions about the guaranteed loan and how it works and where the liabilities lie, so we’ll have her quickly do that so you got a fuller understanding of the Bureau Guarantee Program.

Fmr. OBC Treasurer & Chair Cristina Danforth: Good evening, everybody. I’m just going to be brief in my comments. I just wanted to explain that in order to apply for a BIA guaranteed loan, as Shannon said, they are guaranteeing the loan by 90 percent. [OSGC] is liable for the other 10 percent regardless, but in the case that we aren’t able to make our obligations to the lender, the BIA makes that obligation for us. There was a lot of due diligence, a lot of regulatory requirements that have to go forward in order for us to even get a guaranteed loan. This is a good thing and one of the reasons why BIA has guaranteed loans is because a lot of Tribes, all throughout the United States, even gaming Tribes and Tribes with other resources of revenue, still have difficulty getting access to capital. So Oneida Seven Generations is a corporation of the Tribe, but they are separate from the Tribe for the reasons of liabilities. So that in the event that they’re liable for anything, they are sued for anything, that it was the corporation that is financially responsible and obligated, not the Tribe and that’s the difference between being a corporation of the Tribe and the Tribe itself being liable. So I just wanted to explain that it’s a very rigorous process and we are very glad that the BIA has guaranteed this loan on behalf of [OSGC]. And I know there’s a lot of a historical problems with some of the past financials of Seven Gens, but that was before Kevin Cornelius’ time, that was before this current board’s time. And so your comments are heard and I understand why they are being made, but I appreciate everyone’s patience and I especially appreciate the attentiveness of our guests. Thank you

The guests were Abdul Latif Mahjoob of ACTI, and Shannon Loeve who was then working for DOI/BIA and then returned back to the Native American Bank NA [NABNA] …

in the State of…


Cristina Danforth is the President of the Native American Finance Officers Association Board [NAFOA] as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the Native American Bank NA [NABNA] and the Native American Bancorporation Co. in the State of …


According the FY2017 GTC Annual Meeting Packet, the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin has so far LOST 70% of its $1,000,00 investment in 8% ownership of NABNA.

Tina Danforth misses ~50% of OBC and GTC Meetings due to her travel for NABNA and the Native American Finacce Officers Association [NAFOA], work for which she is presumably paid even as her incompetence leads to MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN LOSSES TO GTC.

MEANWHILE, the Native American Bank NA makes money when tribes borrow millions from the BIA for boondoggles like Ron Van Den Heuvel’s & OSGC’s ‘renewable energy’ fruad schemes, and the Native American Bank NA Annual Report 2015 says:

2014  We became a dominant institution in the utilization of BIA loan guarantees, accounting for nearly 30% of all dollars under this type of guarantee in the country.

For the second year in a row we received a Bank Enterprise Award in the amount of $265,496 and a Performance Lending Award from the US Department of Interior, Office of Indian Energy and Economic Development Division of Capital Investment.

04/12/11 : Department of Energy scoping hearing

04/13/11 : Green Bay Press-Gazette:  ‘Biomass Plant Plan Comes Under Fire’


04/20/11 : SEC filed Unopposed Motions to Withdraw Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment Against Defendants Wragg, Knorr, & McKelvy, Civil Action No. 09-cv-02676-CMA-MJW,  SEC  v.  Mantria Corp., Wragg, Knorr & McKelvy

04/21/11 : Arland Clean Fuels, LLC filed Articles of Organization in the State of Colorado where Atty. Eric Decator had previously been 1st Asst. Attorney General

Arland Clean Fuels, LLC, was renamed Generation Clean Fuels, LLC on May 16, 2012, the same day that several entities with the name ‘Arland’ were registered in Delaware.

According to the May 22, 2014 Complaint w/ Exhibit ‘Master Lease Agreement’  filed in U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida, Fort Meyers Division, Case No. 2:14-cv-283,  Generation Clean Fuels  v.  Veterans Capital Corp. [Joseph E. Wold Jr., President]:

1.  Plaintiff [Generation Clean Fuels, LLC], formerly known as Arland Clean Fuels, LLC, is a limited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Delaware with its principal place of business located in Cook County, Illinois.

2.  The members of GCF include four individuals and a limited liability company.

3.  Two of the individual members are residents of Cook County, Illinois [including Louis Stern and Eric R. Decator].

4.  Two of the individual members are residents of Door County, Wisconsin [Michael S. Flaherty and Gaylen LaCrosse].

5.  The limited liability company member is a limited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Illinois with its principal place of business located in Cook County, Illinois, all of whose members and managers are residents of Cook County, Ilinois.  

  • Incinerator Free Brown County / IFBC spoke to the Brown County Taxpayers Association about OSGC’s proposed waste incinerator project labeled ‘pyrolysis gasification’ that would turn trash to ash.

04/22/11 : According to the July 2, 2015 Brown County Sheriff’s Dept. Search Warrants for Ronald Van Den Heuvel / Green Box NA Green Bay, LLC:

a. Ron Van Den Heuvel granted Dr. Araujo a security interest in Mayfran Conveyor and Ericz suspended magnet on or about April 22, 2011, but then granted Cliffton Equities a security interest in the same property on or about June 18, 2014.

04/27/11 : Green Bay Renewable Energy, LLC’s start date for an air permit application with WDNR at the Hurlbut Street location in the City of Green Bay for “other non-hazardous waste treatment and disposal”

05/05/11 : Alliance GC, LLC change of Registered Agent w/ WDFI

05/12/11 : Oneida Seven Generations Corp. /OSGC filed its Proposed Plan of Operation with WDNR which states that “odors and contaminant dispersion issues may be alleviated through increasing stack heights…”

05/20/11 : $10,621.51 JUDGMENT for Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, against Daniel Hawk in Brown Co. Case. No. 10CV1153

•  Named Registered Agent of Oneida Small Business, Inc. on 05/24/12 as Dan Hawk

•  Named Registered Agent of Oneida Small Business, Inc. on 03/12/15 as Daniel Hawk

05/23/11 :  Oneida Small Business, Inc. restored to Good Standing w/ WDFI; Certificate of Reinstatement and change of Registered Agent; Changed again on 05/24/12 to Dan Hawk, and 03/12/15 to Daniel Hawk (same person)

06/01/11 : WDNR issues Oneida Seven Generations Corporation an Acknowledgment of a Proposed Plan of Operation and Notice of Incompleteness for a Waste to Energy Facility from Waste Management Engineer Sally Hronek

This letter is, also, to inform you that the information submitted is incomplete. …

Due to the nature of this operation, and to improve our knowledge, as well as provide an appropriate evaluation, we have asked for supporting information (i.e. from lab testing and existing operations). The submittal provides information that mixes “waste-to-energy” (WTE) under differing applications.

For example, in some literature, there are references to biomass waste burned in boilers to produce energy. There are also references to municipal solid waste (MSW) being incinerated. However, biomass waste differs in energy production than MSW, and boilers differ in operation than incinerators, which also differ in operation than the pyrolysis gasification process.

Although there are number WTE boilers and MSW incinerators in the US, it appears that current operating pyrolysis applications are at research and testing locations and do not exist on a commercial scale.

We are concerned that your proposal is for a large scale facility versus an initially scaled down pilot facility (with the potential for growth pending proven operating success). I cautiously note, in its current for, the information submitted does not provide us with a confidence level that would ensure a reasonable expectation of success.

06/04/11 : Green Bay Press-Gazette:  ‘Oneidas’ biomass plant faces more questions’


06/21/11 : Oneida Energy, Inc. submits Amended Permit to Construct Application; Based on information submitted by OSGC, DNR identifies 10 stacks: 3 X 60 feet, 1 X 45 feet, 3 X 40 feet, and 3 X 7.5 feet

06/28/11 : FILED – Brown Co. Case No. 2011CV1524,  Citibank NA  v.  Debbie S. Stary


07/2011 : PUBLISHED – 5280 Magazine
The Biggest Green Scam in America
by James Carlson

07/01/11 : July 1, 2011 Open Letter to Menominee Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin by former MITW Grant Writer Leah Sue Dodge re: 05/18/11 MITW Court Decision by Judge Pro Tempore David D. Raasch in Case No. 03CV09

07/04/11 : July 4, 2011 GTC Semi-Annual Meeting & Report from OSGC:

OSGC is in the process of developing, building and operating an energy recovery facility that will generate electricity from municipal solid waste. Energy recovery projects produce renewable electricity that displaces electricity that would otherwise be produced in an electric utility power plant that burns fossil fuel. We signed a long term Power Purchase Agreement with Wisconsin Public Service that will provide revenue for the next ten years. We have completed an Environmental Assessment for the facility grounds.

The five members of the Oneida Seven Generations [Corp.] board include:
William Cornelius, President

Michael Metoxen, Secretary / Treasurer
and members…
Nathan Hill [sic – NATHANIEL KING / NATHAN KING / NATE KING – ONWI Director of Legislative Affairs]
Tsyosha?aht Delgado
Shannon Hill

07/07/11 : Green Bay Press-Gazette:  ‘Biomass facility feeling the heat’; Opposition groups are discovered by the Press Gazette via a Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] request, including opposition from concerned residents and environmental groups IFBC, Sierra Club, Door County Environmental Council, Waukesha County Environmental Action League [WEAL], among others who attended the 04/12/11 DOE scoping hearing.

07/11/11 : Fiber Solutions, LLC Notice of Administrative Dissolution w/ WDFI; Registered Agent Daniel Hilliard; started on 07/18/08 

  • Dan Guido emailed a request to the WDNR on behalf of Alliance Construction & Design for a research and testing exemption to evaluate the operation of a portable waste-to-energy pilot plant, classified under NAICS as Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators. According to the e-mail, this facility will consist of a retort oven rated at up to 60 pounds per hour of waste material equipped with a 0.5 MMBtu per hour burner, a 47 hp Cummins spark ignition engine generator, a cooling tower and a flare. This portable pilot plant will use pyrolysis to create a synthesis gas (syngas) from municipal solid waste which will be combusted by an engine generator.

07/12/11 : DNR Preliminary Determination 11-JJW-071 – Based on information submitted by OSGC, DNR identifies 10 stacks at the above heights 

From page 20: “The project could be reduced in size; however the applicant has stated that upfront costs require a facility to process at least 150 tons of MSW per day to be financially viable.”

07/13/11 : Nature’s Choice Tissue, LLC was renamed
Environmental Advanced Reclamation Technology HQ, LLC [E.A.R.T.H. / EARTH] w/ WDFI

EARTH was later renamed Reclamation Technology Services, LLC on 06/14/16, then days later renamed
Reclamation Technology Systems, LLC [RTS] on 06/17/16

Here’s an image from a June 26, 2015 archive of www.GreenBoxNA.com

[NOTE: EARTH # 1 (formerly Nature’s Choice Tissue, LLC) is a different entity than Everett Advanced Reclamation Technology HQ, LLC / EARTH # 2 that was registered w/ WDFI on 08/03/11; EARTH # 1 is the Registered Agent for EARTH # 2]

07/26/11 : WDNR responds to Todd Parczick of Alliance Construction & Design with proposed conditions for exemption from the formal air pollution control permitting process for the portable pyrolysis pilot plant.









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Abdul Latif Mahjoob / ACTI / AREC / AREI / ARTI ACF Leasing ACF Services Alliance Construction & Design / Alliance GC (Global Conservation) American Combustion Technologies Inc. (ACTI) / American Combustion Technologies of California Inc. (ACTI) / American Renewable Energy Inc. (AREI) / American Renewable Technologies Inc. (ARTI) Artley Skenandore Jr. / Swakweko LLC Atty. William Cornelius Bruce King City of Green Bay Fmr. OBC Chair Cristina Danforth / Tina Danforth Fmr. OBC Chair Ed Delgado Fmr. OBC Sec. Patty Hoeft Fmr. OBC Vice-Chair Greg Matson Fmr. OBC Vice-Chair Melinda Danforth General Tribal Council / GTC Generation Clean Fuels Godfrey & Kahn Green Bay Renewable Energy LLC / GBRE Green Box NA Green Bay LLC Incinerators / Gasification / Pyrolysis / Plastics-to-Oil / Waste-to-Energy Jacqueline Zalim / Jackie Zalim Kelly Van Den Heuvel / Kelly Yessman Kevin Cornelius Mike Metoxen Mission Support Services Nevada LLC / Mission Support Services LLC Nathan King Nature's Way Tissue Corp. OBC Chief Counsel Jo Anne House OBC Vice-Chair Brandon Lee Stevens / Brandon Yellowbird Stevens Oneida Business Committee / OBC Oneida Energy Blocker Corp. Oneida Energy Inc. Oneida ESC Group LLC / OESC Oneida Nation of Wisconsin / Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin / Indian Country / Thornberry Creek LPGA Classic Oneida Seven Generations Corporation / OSGC Oneida Total Integrated Enterprises / OTIE OPD Lt. Lisa Drew-Skenandore Owen Somers / Oneida Internal Security Director Paul Linzmeyer Pete King III / King Solutions LLC Ron Van Den Heuvel Sustainment & Restoration Services LLC Todd Van Den Heuvel Tsyosha?aht Cathy Delgado Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation / WEDC

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