Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
BCR Environmental announced today that Chibby A. Alloway has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer. BCR is a U.S. based clean technology and infrastructure solutions company focused on the wastewater and organic waste treatment industries. Alloway will lead development and commercialization efforts for BCR’s biosolids and organic waste treatment solutions.
“Chibby’s experience in the industry is second to none,” said Aaron Zahn, BCR President and CEO. “With his expertise and proven track record, Chibby will accelerate BCR’s corporate growth and technology development and help our executive team deliver unparalleled value to our clients.”
Alloway comes to BCR with over 30 years of experience in the water, wastewater, and organic waste treatment industry. His expertise and past experience includes developing biosolids, food waste, and yard waste management solutions.
Prior to joining BCR, Alloway was Vice President of Engineering and Technology at Synagro Technologies, where he was responsible for enhancing the value of technical services to both municipal and industrial clients. As Executive Vice President and CTO at Veolia Water North America, Alloway developed and directed a technical services group comprised of engineers and academic specialists in all areas of water, wastewater, and biosolids management.
Alloway also played a role in the development of USFilter Operating Services and Metcalf & Eddy Services and served as General Manager and District Engineer of the Triunfo Sanitation District in Ventura, California.
About BCR Environmental
BCR Environmental Corporation is a U.S. based clean solutions company focused on industry-revolutionizing solutions that convert organic waste streams into safe, valuable, and marketable end products. BCR’s patented technologies include its CleanB™, CleanB-AC™, and Neutralizer® systems. BCR’s vision is to provide solutions that are simple, modular, environmentally responsible, and overcome the economy-of-scale limitations of traditional organic waste solutions.
For more information, visit http://www.bcrenv.com.