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Renewable Fuels Nebraska Associate Members List


Meet a Member Monday, July 20, 2020


Air Regulations Consulting 

Founded by Eric Sturm in 2014 and located right here in Lincoln, Nebraska, RFN Associate member Air Regulations Consulting (ARC) provides consulting services with a focus on solving regulatory, permitting, and compliance issues pertaining to industrial air pollution. With extensive experience in both the Environmental Protection Agency and work alongside the Department of Justice, ARC has, since their founding, amassed an extensive list of clients throughout the Midwest. Their knowledge in air quality regulations allows them to provide a professional and thorough analysis to ensure their customers receive the outcome they desire.

RFN Producer Member E Energy Adams Environmental Health & Safety Manager Joe Oswalt, had the following to say: “I have worked with Eric (Sturm) for the last six years, and the services that he has provided are top notch! I can always rely on Eric to give me quality and timely assistance on compliance issues. His expertise in air quality regulations is exceptional, and I would highly recommend his services for any regulatory needs.”   

We are proud to count Air Regulations Consulting as an RFN Associate member and thank them for their commitment to Nebraska’s ethanol industry.  


American Coalition for Ethanol


Baird Holm LLP



Bosselman Enterprises

Meet a Member Monday, July 27, 2020


Bosselman Enterprises 

Bosselman Enterprises joined RFN as an associate member earlier this year. We are excited to welcome them to our membership and thank them for their support of Nebraska ethanol!

A name familiar to many, Bosselman Enterprises was founded in Grand Island, Nebraska, in 1948 by Fred Bosselman, his wife, Maxine, his brother, sister, and brother-in-law. Fred was a farmer and part-time truck driver who began his success story with the completion of Bosselman & Eaton Truck Stop on U.S. Highway 30 in Grand Island. In 1965, the Bosselman Truck Plaza was built at the intersection of Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 281 at Grand Island and became known as the "Truck Stop of Tomorrow.”

As years went by, Bosselman turned his business into a family affair when his children and their spouses joined the organization. Now, in its fourth generation as a family company, Bosselman has expanded to 23 states with over 1,400 employees. The company prides itself on 70 years of community service supporting its communities through financial contributions, support of youth scholarships, community events, and the volunteer efforts of employees.

Bosselman Enterprises includes 45 Pump & Pantry convenience stores; 45 Boss Shop truck service centers; the Bosselman Travel Center; numerous hotels and restaurants; quick-serve concepts including Subway, Little Caesars, Caribou Coffee, and Cinnabon Bakeries; Tommy Gunz Liquor Warehouse; VisionComm Storage & Vending; and the Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team.


Buckman North America

CTE Global, Inc.

Christianson and Associates PLLP

Eco Engineers

ERI Solutions, Inc.


Growth Energy

ICM, Inc.

K-Coe Isom

Kemin Industries

Lallemand Biofuels

Nebraska Corn Board

Nebraska Public Power District


Phibro Ethanol Performance Group

POET Ethanol Products

Renewable Fuels Association

Southwestern Public Power District (SWPPD)


U.S. Water Services


Updated June 2, 2020