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ElectroCell Technologies, Inc.

We market an organic liquid waste treatment system that uses focused pulses to reduce nutrients, kill pathogens and create more digester gas

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  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Grand Isle, VT, USA
  • Currency USD
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Company Summary

Our company reduces land applied nutrients, kills harmful pathogens and lowers or eliminates odors in manures and biosolids. We are the only technology to ever sell nutrient reduction credits in the Chesapeake Bay or anywhere else. We significantly reduce BOD in food production wastes, saving surcharges from treatment plants, and recently demonstrated we can increase methane gas production by pretreating anaerobic digester feedstock.


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    Buzz Hoerr

    Buzz has a long career working in citizen involvement in watershed cleanup as Chair of the Citizens Advisory Committee on the future of Lake Champlain. He has traveled around the world working to increase citizen involvement in improving their lakes and rivers, working for the UN and World Bank. He was part of a team that wrote World Lake Vision, the reference standard for integrated lake basin management. His goal is to solve the problem.

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    Bryan Paul Ducharme

    Bryan spent many years as a process consultant as an analyst and developer of new directions for a wide variety of Fortune 500 companies. He sold his company, the Kodiak Group, and began a career in eco friendly homebuilding. He made an initial investment in ElectroCell and moved into the full time position of COO in 2010.

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    Jake Straub
    Business Development

    Jake is a Penn State agronomist by trade and has spent years working in two primary market areas, golf courses and agriculture. In addition to management planning for both of those sectors, he has worked as a fertilizer consultant for national brands. His wide knowledge of the biochemistry in soils and how they positively interact with the treated effluents has helped expand the value proposition of the technology dramatically.