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August 16, 2016
Finding the Right Chemistry
Jacksonville Business Journal – BCR Environmental has taken the waste world by storm — and has bigger growth plans to come. Turning waste into gold – how BCR Environmental went from a bunch of patents to a power player. . .

May 11, 2016
Transforming an Industry
Business InFocus Magazine – BCR Environmental is transforming the way we manage biosolids and organic wastes. “Our goal is to disrupt the mass market by providing sustainable solutions – defined by economical and environmental sustainability – to the small to medium-sized underserved market,” says President and CEO Aaron F. Zahn. . .

February 12, 2016
BCR Environmental Corporation President Receives Business Ambassador Award
Award honors individuals, businesses for contributions to Florida’s economic development. BCR Environmental Corporation (BCR), a company focusing on technologies for the treatment and conversion of wastewater and organic waste, announced that President and CEO Aaron Zahn was awarded the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award by Florida Governor Rick Scott at Connect Florida’s Day at the Capital 2016 event. . .

February 10, 2016
BCR Environmental Corporation President And CEO Aaron Zahn Receives Governor’s Business Ambassador Award From Florida Governor Rick Scott
BCR Environmental Corporation (BCR), a proven innovator of technologies for the advanced treatment and conversion of wastewater and organic waste, recently announced that President and CEO Aaron Zahn was awarded the Governor’s Business Ambassador Award by Florida Governor Rick Scott at Connect Florida’s Day @ the Capital 2016 event sponsored by Connect Florida . . .

December 10, 2015
BCR solution for City of Deltona reduces cost of capital improvements
BCR Environmental (BCR), a proven innovator of technologies for the advanced treatment and conversion of wastewater and organic waste, today announced that the City of Deltona dedicated its Greenfield Eastern Water Reclamation Facility, which uses the company’s Neutralizer® system—a simple, scalable, environmentally responsible . . .

July 2, 2014
Florida’s Water Issues – Infrastructure and Environmental Concerns
Aaron Zahn appeared on WJCT’s First Coast Connect radio program to discuss the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014 and efforts to establish Public-Private Partnerships that address wastewater infrastructure issues. BCR’s segment begins approximately midway into the show.

August 2013
NAS Jacksonville Implements Sustainable Sewage Sludge Treatment
The Navy has established aggressive targets for reducing energy consumption and increasing renewable energy production. To help achieve the goals laid out in the Navy’s energy program, personnel from the Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville recently installed an innovative…

April 10, 2013
NAS Jacksonville implements sustainable sewage sludge treatment
The Navy has established aggressive targets for reducing energy consumption and increasing renewable energy production. To help achieve the goals laid out in the Navy’s energy program, the NAS Jacksonville recently installed an innovative (first-of-its kind for the Department of Defense) sludge treatment solution…

January 2013
Better Recipe
The Haines City (Fla.) Wastewater Treatment Plant has found a way to recycle its biosolids more easily, make a product for beneficial reuse on agricultural fields, and meet new regulations while cutting operating costs and reducing odors….

October 1, 2012
Wastewater plant saves money
HAINES CITY – The new odorless biosolids wastewater treatment plant is living up to its promises. Since it began operations in May, the state of the art Neutralizer plant is saving the city bundles of bucks…

July 17, 2012
BCR Environmental Contracts with U.S. Navy for Efficient Biosolids Treatment
BCR Environmental has announced a contract with the Naval Air Station Jacksonville (NAS Jacksonville) to deliver a CleanB™ solution for biosolids treatment. NAS Jacksonville is the largest Navy base in the…

May 24, 2012
Wastewater treatment plant opens with no smell
HAINES CITY – The city Wednesday officially opened a wastewater treatment plant that has no smell. The $4 million state-of-the-art plant uses a patented neutralizer process with an end product of…

May 23, 2012
Haines City Wastewater Facility Uses Automated Process And is Odorless
HAINES CITY – The city officially opened a wastewater treatment plant Wednesday that has no smell. The state-of-the-art plant uses a patented neutralizer process with an end product of commercial grade…