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OneCape Summit

Technology Showcase

Sponsored by NEWIN, Blue Institute and Blue Economy Project

 

AquaGen Infrastructure Systems    Yarmouth, MA

 

AquaGen Infrastructure Systems, Inc. is a Cape Cod Based, wastewater biotech company engaged in converting wastewater into renewable energy and sustainable community infrastructure development.  The algae based technology will reduce the capital cost needed to build treatment facilities and facility energy use by 60 to 70% through the use of algae photosynthetic aeration and nutrient elimination.  The technology has been described as a disruptive innovation in the water-energy nexus.  

 

Brian Braginton-Smith

President/CEO

 

 

Email: bbs@aquagen-isi.com

Phone: (508) 280-6909

Web: www.aquagen-isi.com  

 

  Bio-Microbics, Inc.    Shawnee, KS

 

Bio-Microbics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of innovative alternatives to centralized sewering—water, wastewater (land & sea), greywater, and stormwater treatment systems.  Ideal for single-family homes to small municipalities, the decentralized technology adapts to a specific property’s needs to provide maximum treatment capacity, often exceeding local requirements.  BioMicrobics systems are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and modular for installation and operation/maintenance. Fully integrated, engineered systems…FITT® for the Purpose Intended.  J&R Sales and Service, Inc. specializes in providing and installing Bio-Microbics systems for nitrogen sensitive areas across New England.

 

Lauren Usilton

President

J&R Sales and Service, Inc.

Raynham, MA

Email: info@jrsalesinc.com

Phone: 508-823-9566

Web: www.JRsalesinc.com  

Web: www.biomicrobics.com

 

 

Blue Economy Project,  Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce    Centerville, MA

 

The Project, an initiative of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Cape Cod Commission and the County of Barnstable, is about creating a sustainable future for the region by expanding and diversifying our economy beyond its tourism base through a focus on a marine-centered live-work-play economy.

 

Bert Jackson

Dir. of Community Engagement, Blue Economy Project

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

 

Email: bert@capecodchamber.org

Phone: 508-237-5640

Web: www.bluecapecod.org

facebook.com/bluecapecod

 

 

  Blue Institute at Cape Cod, Inc.    Cape Cod, MA

 

The Blue Institute at Cape Cod is truly unique in a global, national, and local context.  The Blue Institute at Cape Cod will host scientists & graduate research students, contain state of the art laboratories, offer an undergraduate cross-disciplinary water centric semester away, and will incorporate a Blue Technology Incubation Center. Designed to bring academic, government, and private sector scientists together along with students and other practitioners, the Blue Institute represents the world’s first collaborative and innovative host site for water education, innovation, and research facility in a region renowned for unique fresh and marine water sites, and its environmental legacy.

 

Judith Underwood

President & Founder

 

Email: underwood@blueinstitute.org

Phone: 508-237-4581

Web: www.bluecapecod.org

facebook.com/bluecapecod

 

 

 

   
Cape Cod Commission – The Black Box   Barnstable, MA

 

The Cape Cod Commission is the regional land use, regulatory and planning agency for Barnstable County. The Commission’s mission is to protect the unique values and quality of life on Cape Cod by coordinating a balanced relationship between environmental protection and economic progress to keep a special place special.  The Commission’s work supports the Cape’s 15 towns with cost-effective planning and technical services.  The Black Box is the location of decision-support tools built and developed by the Commission for regional water quality and community planning.

 

Phil (Jay) Detjens

Applications Manager. GIS Department

 

Email: pdetjens@capecodcommission.org

Phone: 508-744-1238

Web: www.capecodcommission.org/blackbox/

 

 

 

Cape Cod Technology Council (CCTC)    Barnstable, MA

 

Founded in 1996, the Cape Cod Technology Council is the region’s technology advocacy organization. Through our signature First Friday Speaker Series, Infrastructure Committee, partnership and collaboration with local government and community organizations, and member networking opportunities, the CCTC connects businesses, entrepreneurs, educators, community leaders and residents with technology resources.

 

Bert Jackson

Director of Community Engagement

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

 

Email: bert@cctechcouncil.org

Phone: 508-237-5640

Web: www.cctechcouncil.org

facebook.com/CapeCodTechnologyCouncil

twitter.com/CapeCodTech

 

 

EPA Region 1    Boston, MA

 

EPA’s Region 1, New England Office and Office of Research and Development are working with communities to help restore their coastal embayments.  The EPA table has information about the Southeast New England Program and projects we have supported to introduce and evaluate new technologies to help reduce nitrogen entering water bodies.  The table will feature our:  Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor Challenge which seeks to identify and spur development of technologies to monitor nitrogen concentration in the effluent from advanced onsite wastewater treatment systems; Permeable Reactive Barrier Site Characterization Project to develop a site suitability protocol on Cape Cod;  Stormwater Gravel Wetland Projects in Hyannis and Chatham to treat nitrogen in stormwater; and a Permeable Pavement Project in Arlington MA to monitor its effectiveness for stormwater treatment.   

 

Margherita Pryor

Region 1

Email: pryor.margherita@epa.gov

Phone: 617-918-1597

EPA Web:  www.epa.gov

Southeast New England Program Web: www.epa.gov/snecwrp

Maggie Theroux Fieldsteel

Office of R&D, Sensor Challenge

Email: theroux.maggie@epa.gov

Phone: 617-918-1613  

Sensor Challenge: https://www.innocentive.com/ar/challenge/9933926

 

 

Falmouth Scientific    Cataumet, MA

 

Falmouth Scientific, Inc. (FSI) is a leader in the design and manufacture of precision marine and oceanographic instrumentation and systems. Our sensor based products areas include sub-bottom and side scan sonar imaging systems; current, wave, and tide meters; acoustic transducer manufacturing and test; and acoustic positioning systems. Services include custom design, development, integration, and production of marine technology and value-added services such as prototyping, product assembly, potting, calibration, and pressure testing.

 

Carl Mancuso

Vice President, Sales & Marketing

Email: cmancuso@falmouth.com

Phone: 508-564-7640

Web: www.falmouth.com

 

 

Fuji Clean USA    Brunswick, ME

 

Fuji Clean advanced wastewater treatment systems are the most popular onsite septic treatment systems in the world with over 2 million operating systems around the globe.  The company offers a wide range of sizes and certified models to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 40 and 40/245.  Enhanced nitrogen removal is accomplished using a modified Ludzak-Ettinger (MLE) process.  With an integrated septic tank and very small footprint, the lightweight (fibre reinforced plastic tank) system offers a most effective solution for tight, difficult-to-access sites.  “Contact filtration” treatment includes flow equalization, continuous recirculation and controlled discharge– all powered by one best-in-class, low-power FujiMAC linear diaphragm.  No internal pumps or moving parts.  Manufactured/assembled in both Japan and the United States.

 

Lee Verbridge

Sales Director

Email: lee@fujicleanusa.com

Phone: 207-406-2927

Web: www.fujicleanusa.com

 

 

Winston Steadman

All Cape Environmental Services

Yarmouth Port, MA

Email: wsteadmanii@comcast.net

Phone: 508-362-2425

 

 

Hydro-Action Industries    Plymouth, IN

 

Hydro-Action is an onsite wastewater treatment unit manufacturer with over 29 years of industry experience. Founded in 1988 and sold to AK Industries in 2004, our technology utilizes an activated sludge treatment process, which constantly infuses oxygen to wastewater where aerobic bacteria metabolize the waste. Then it separates the wastewater in a clarification chamber without the use of media filters, carbon additives, or high maintenance technologies. We offer our products in a three tank combination as a single unit: pretreatment, aerobic treatment, and pump tank design as the “Set-N-Go” unit. We are certified to the NSF 40 & 245 Standards.

 

Pete Sabo

Business Development Manager

AK Industries & Hydro-Action

Email: pete@hydroaction.com

Phone: 800-370-3749 x228  /  574-936-2542 x 228

Cell: 574-276-9681

Web: www.akindustries.com  /  www.hydro-action.com

Joe Densieski

Northeast Distributor

Hydro-Action

Riverhead, NY

Email: wastewaterworksinc@gmail.com

Cell: 631-831-2580

Web: www.wastewaterworksinc.com

 

 

 

Infiltrator Water Technologies    Old Saybrook, CT

 

Infiltrator Water Technologies manufactures and sells products for the decentralized wastewater industry. Our injection molded IM-Series septic tanks can be part of nitrogen reducing treatment trains or as part of a nitrogen-reducing urine separation system. Our plastic leachfield chambers and EZflow synthetic gravel can be used in shallow pressure-dosed dispersal systems to reduce nitrogen. Our tanks and leachfield products are available in an assortment of sizes allowing for easy configuration to a variety of system sizes. Infiltrator wastewater treatment products are made almost completely from recycled plastic. These products are manufactured in 6 locations across the U.S. and were used in most of the residential onsite wastewater treatment systems installed in the U.S. last year.

 

Dennis Healy  

Area Sales Representative for MA, ME, NH, NY, and VT

Plainville, MA

Email: dhealy@infiltratorwater.com

Phone: (866) 860-1396

Web: www.infiltratorwater.com

 

 

Massachusetts Alternative Septic System Test Center (MASSTC)    Sandwich, MA

 

Located on Joint Base Cape Cod immediately adjacent to the wastewater treatment plant, MASSTC is operated by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment.  It conducts testing and research on products that purport to remove the myriad of contaminants found in domestic wastewater.  Its facility can accommodate over 20 concurrent onsite septic system tests, allowing companies to conduct research and development on their products or complete any number of standardized test protocols.

   
George Heufelder

Director

 

Email: gheufelder@barnstablecounty.org

Phone: 508-375-6616

Fax: 508-362-2603

Web: http://www.masstc.org

 

 

New England Water Environment Association, Inc. (NEWEA)    Woburn, MA

 

We are NEWEA, New England’s water quality professionals who are responsible for the water you use every day. We take it from your home or business, treat it, and return it to the environment for future use.

 

Mary Barry

Executive Director

 

 

Email: Mbarry@newea.org

Phone: 781-939-0908

Mobile: 617-875-2142

Web: www.newea.org

 

 

NorthEast Water Innovation Network (NEWIN)    Wrentham, MA

 

NEWIN is the leading US water innovation cluster accelerating water solutions to market and solving global water challenges through local innovation and collaboration. NEWIN is a non-profit industry association and innovation institute supporting water innovators and regional stakeholders from Maine through New Jersey. NEWIN supports its members with networking, knowledge sharing, shared business and innovation services, identifying access to capital, and engagement in policy and advocacy work. NEWIN works with members through all phases of solution development and market engagement. Our membership comprises 298 registered companies across 7 US Northeast states.

 

Marcus Gay

Executive Director

Email: Marcus@NovusTechnicalServices.com

Cell: 617-233-0859

Web: www.NEWIN.org

Bruce Walton

Board Member for Cape Cod

West Hyannisport, MA

Email: bwalton@BattaliaWinston.com

Cell: 617-633-5065

 

 

Norweco , Inc.    Norwalk, OH

 

Norweco, Inc. is a manufacturer of water and wastewater treatment products, systems and chemicals. We specialize in small-flow treatment applications, ranging from municipal treatment systems for small towns and villages, all the way down to systems for the individual family home. Our products are designed to provide a high level of treatment in the most efficient, cost-effective manner. We provide Nitrogen and Phosphorus treatment options for onsite applications. Our products exceed the highest regulatory standards and are confirmed and sustained by a broad range of certifications, listings and approvals.

We place special focus on customer service, product innovation, research and development, regulatory cooperation, industry education and employee fulfillment. We understand that each of these areas is critical to our continued success.

From our corporate offices in Norwalk, Ohio, we serve a diverse customer base through our licensed distributors and dealers across North America and around the world.

 

Paul Cannon

National Sales Manager

Email: pcannon@norweco.com

Phone: 419-668-4471

Web: www.norweco.com

 

Winston Steadman

All Cape Environmental Services

Yarmouth Port, MA

Email: wsteadmanii@comcast.net

Phone: 508-362-2425

 

 

National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA)    Arlington, VA

 

The National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA) is the largest organization within the U.S. dedicated to educating and representing members within the onsite and decentralized industry. Decentralized wastewater treatment systems can provide effective and more affordable wastewater treatment solutions when compared with traditional central sewerage systems.  These systems can sustainably serve a single home, a neighborhood, or an entire community including commercial and industrial facilities.  Our members include educators, regulators, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and other parties in the protection of North America’s water resources and environment.  All segments of the industry are represented on NOWRA’s Board of Directors that provide broad perspectives to promote and sustain our industry and service to the public.  NOWRA headquarters is located in Arlington, Virginia, with local constituent groups throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Eric Casey

Executive Director

 

Email: executivedirector@nowra.org

Phone: 800-966-2942

Web: www.nowra.org

 

 

Orenco Systems, Inc.    Sutherlin, OR

 

Orenco Systems has been refining wastewater technologies since 1981. In the process, Orenco’s engineers and scientists have accumulated 500 years’ experience in providing affordable, sustainable wastewater solutions.  Orenco’s wastewater technologies serve communities and developments of all types and sizes.  They take the burden off maxed-out municipal systems, handle fringe development, and provide affordable alternatives for areas facing environmental compliance orders.  Because they use little power and enable water reuse, they define the very future of sustainable wastewater engineering.  Orenco’s wastewater equipment has been installed at the top of glaciers in Alberta, eco-villages in Australia, hotels in Greece, USAID projects in Guatemala, and in cities, subdivisions, and resorts throughout the world.  Orenco is recognized worldwide for its expertise, and our staff and distributors provide value-added services at every phase of a wastewater project, from planning and finance through management protocols and lifetime support.

 

Blake Johnston

East Region Sales Manager

Lyme, CT

 

Email: bjohnston@orenco.com

Phone: 860-501-5969

Web: www.orenco.com

 

 

Terra Systems, Inc.    Claymont, DE

 

Terra Systems pioneered in-situ bioremediation technology and today Terra Systems is the only emulsified vegetable oil (EVO) supplier that manufactures its own proven and patented (EVO) bioremediation products for the reduction of nitrate, sulfate and chlorinated solvents. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Delaware uses proprietary equipment. Unsurpassed pre and post-sales technical support combined with Research & Development focused on the advancement of bioremediation technology and in-house QA/QC ensures project success. In addition to our SRS® family of substrate products for chlorinated solvents, we have developed a specialized substrate product (SRS®-NR) for nitrate reduction in groundwater.  The patented SRS® Family is registered and certified by the USDA Biopreferred Program.

 

Michael Free

VP, Sales and Marketing

Email: mfree@terrasystems.net

Phone: 484-889-2214

Web: www.terrasystems.net

 

Fritz Hostrop

Senior Engineer

Salem, MA

Email: fhostrop@terrasystems.net

Phone: 617-645-1074

 

 

WaterSuite    Rockland, MA

 

WaterSuite provides water professionals the tools needed for risk management through a dynamic system of record that integrates data from utilities and publicly available sources. This interactive cloud-based platform helps utilities prepare, detect, and respond to emergencies through a geographic visualization of key information.

 

Doan Freed

Director of Marketing

 

Email: dfreed@watersuite.com

Phone: 339-469-2331

Web: www.watersuite.com

 

 

 

 

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