Dr. Art Umble Joins Clearas Water Recovery Board of Directors
MISSOULA, Montana - May 9, 2016 - Clearas Water Recovery today announced the addition of Dr. Art Umble, the Wastewater Practice Leader, Americas Region for MWH Global, to the Clearas Board of Directors.
Missoula, MT, May 9, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Clearas Water Recovery today announced the addition of Dr. Art Umble, the Wastewater Practice Leader, Americas Region for MWH Global, to the Clearas Board of Directors.
“We are honored to introduce Dr. Art Umble as a member of the Clearas Board of Directors. His perspective, experience and leadership in wastewater management, nutrient recovery, process optimization and plant performance makes him the perfect addition to our Board,” said Jordan Lind, CEO of Clearas. He continued, “Art is a thought leader in the industry and shares our vision to transition wastewater plants to integrated resource recovery facilities using more sustainable technology.”
Dr. Umble noted “The wastewater industry is facing challenging demands which require the use of innovative and sustainable solutions. Technologies, such as the Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) system, developed by Clearas, represent the type of forward thinking that is necessary to meet these challenges. I am pleased to be able to join the Clearas Board and look forward to helping guide them during these exciting times.”
“We conducted an aggressive search to find someone who would further strengthen our Board’s breadth and depth and we are delighted to have someone of Art’s caliber filling our fifth and final board seat. Art’s addition speaks volumes about the Clearas team and the Company’s potential,” said Craig Hurlbert, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Clearas is the leading provider of advanced, biological-based, water treatment technologies for municipal and industrial point source dischargers. Our proprietary technology leverages algae’s biological benefits in a carefully controlled and continuous flow environment that removes nitrogen, phosphorus and other harmful nutrients found in industrial water discharge and wastewater effluent. Visit www.ClearAsWater.com for more information.
Source: Clearas Water Recovery, Inc.