Jordan Phasey - Founder and CEO
Scientist and phosphorus expert
We developed Sludge Treatment Wetlands after becoming aware of the difficulties of disposing of dewatered geobag sludge. The material is too wet! Hauling it is too expensive! There has to be a better way!
Turns out there is - Sludge Treatment Wetlands. Dewatered material is 2-3 times drier than geobag material, and we don't use chemicals.
The stuff is so clean, we turn it into organic fertilizer and sell it. So you don't have to worry about disposal any more.
Our solution was judged one of the Top 10 in the World by the USEPA, and we won an award at the White House in 2016 in the Nutrient Recycling Challenge. It is low cost, simple, and chemical free.
Michael Inman - Owner R&M Farms
Michael Inman is the proud owner of the first Agricultural Sludge Treatment Wetland in the World, on his family farm near Tar Heel, Bladen County.
Michael has been farming hogs for 30 years, and is a Sow Service Representative with Prestage Farms. Michael represents District 4 on the Board of the North Carolina Pork Council and was NC Pork All-American in 2006.
“Farmers have to protect the environment, and they have to do something about sludge. This is the best option available for dealing with sludge while protecting the environment for another generation.”
“I can’t believe how dry the sludge looks.”
Scott Wallace PE - Constructed Wetland Expert
Scott is one of America’s leading constructed wetland engineers, having designed more than 250 systems in 22 different countries. Scott has received National Engineering Excellence Awards in 2005, 2009 and 2017 from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for pioneering wetland treatment projects.
Scott is co-author of Treatment Wetlands, Second Edition, the definitive textbook for design of constructed wetlands, in addition to numerous peer-reviewed publications.
Scott is the inventor of a number of wastewater treatment processes, including aerated subsurface flow wetlands, which are in use all over the world.