Generating environmentally-friendly from waste and biomass.

Management

Marcus Adlon
Managing Director MVV Umwelt Asset GmbH

+49 621 290 4621

Following his studies of business engineering at the University of Kaiserslautern, Marcus Adlon worked at IWKA AG, now known as KUKA AG. Here, he held various positions of responsibility in the controlling department before joining MVV Umwelt GmbH in 2002.

Having held various positions in controlling and asset management, in 2005 he was appointed Commercial Director at Biomass Power Plant Königs Wusterhausen. Since 2008, Marcus Adlon holds the post of Head of the Department for Asset Management at MVV Umwelt. With the founding of MVV Umwelt Asset GmbH in 2011, he also became Managing Director of this company with responsibility for the supervision of assets for our plants in Mannheim, Leuna and Königs Wusterhausen.

Marcus Bracht
Managing Director MVV Umwelt Asset GmbH

+49 621 290 4657

Marcus Bracht has been Managing Director of MVV Umwelt Ressourcen GmbH since July 2015 and has also been Managing Director of MVV Umwelt Asset GmbH since January 2019. A graduate in engineering, he studied environmental and hygiene technology and majored in waste disposal and wastewater purification. He then gained more than 25 years of professional experience in the waste industry. He has held various senior positions in both the public and private sectors. Before joining the Mannheim-based company, he worked as general manager at a medium-sized company disposing of mineral waste and filter dust in Heilbronn.

Dr. Johannes Günther
Managing Director MVV Umwelt Asset GmbH

+49 621 290 4633

Dr. Johannes Günther already joined MVV Umwelt in 1997, working as project manager and head of department. In 2002, he took over the management of Mannheim Biomass Power Plant and of Biomasse Rhein-Main GmbH. In 2006, he moved to the management of MVV Umwelt O&M, where he is responsible for the technology division.

Mannheim EfW CHP Plant

Ensuring reliable disposal and generating valuable energy from household and commercial waste: Mannheim EfW CHP Plant has been disposing of waste for more than 40 years already.

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Mannheim Biomass Power Plant

Our biomass power plants exclusively produce climate-friendly electricity, thus contributing towards sustainable environmental protection.

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TREA Leuna EfW Power Plant

We see the generation of heating energy and electricity from waste within a closed resource-efficient, climate-friendly cycle as making a key contribution towards sustainable environmental protection.

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Königs Wusterhausen Biomass Power Plant

Our biomass power plants exclusively produce climate-friendly electricity, thus contributing towards sustainable environmental protection.

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