JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BCR Environmental Corporation (BCR), a proven innovator of technologies for the advanced treatment and conversion of wastewater and organic waste, today announced that President and CEO Aaron Zahn was honored by the Jacksonville Business Journal as one of the city’s up-and-coming leaders under the age of 40 who, according to the publication, are building on Jacksonville’s rich past while working toward its brighter future. Commenting about the award, Zahn, a world leader in wastewater and organic waste recycling infrastructure, said, “This recognition is a nod for the progress we’re (BCR) making towards our mission to improve the environment.”
Since Zahn assumed the reins of BCR seven years ago, BCR has become the preeminent developer and operator of public and private organics waste recycling facilities that convert waste into marketable end products. He is frequently invited to speak at industry conferences and events about infrastructure innovation, public private partnerships and environmental issues. Known for its environmentally responsible and economically viable technologies, BCR is the only company in the world to work with the U.S. EPA to develop new, certified technologies for the treatment of organic waste into marketable products since 1987.
The 40 Under 40 awards were presented at the publication’s luncheon ceremony held April 26 at the Renaissance World Golf Village Resort.
About BCR Environmental
BCR Environmental Corporation (BCR) is a U.S. -based developer of innovative, scalable, economical, and environmentally advantageous wastewater treatment and conversion technologies. BCR’s patented solutions—CleanB®, CleanB-AC™ and Neutralizer®—are EPA -approved technologies for binding nutrients into and reducing biosolid mass for the creation and beneficial reuse of high-quality marketable end products. Filling a centuries-old gap left by traditional technologies, BCR technologies simplify and enhance disinfection, stabilization, deodorization and reduction of biosolid and organic waste mass. In addition, they reduce energy consumption by approximately 95 percent and reduce nutrient pollution. The reduced footprint needed for wastewater treatment and organic waste/biosolids management help reduce or eliminate the need for costly plant expansions to meet increasing demand, and allow existing plants to repurpose tanks for storm water run-off, reuse water storage and other operational benefits. For more information, visit www.bcrenv.com, follow us on Twitter @BCRenv or call 904-819-9170.
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