JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BCR Inc, a leading provider of proven biosolids and process treatment technology solutions, announced that Keith Hamilton has joined the company in a consulting capacity where he will focus on the recently announced SEVAR belt drying technology as well as working with the international and academic community to evaluate new technology. Hamilton brings 40 years of dewatering industry expertise, with specialty in industrial and municipal dewatering and drying technologies including international experience. Prior to joining BCR, Hamilton most recently was Director of Sales and Marking with Haarslev Industries. Previously he served as GM for Cambi, a Norwegian biosolids and biowaste technology company, and in sales and marketing leader roles for Siemens US Dewatering business and earlier in his career for Andritz.
“We are excited that Keith has joined our growing team of biosolids drying industry experts as we continue to see awareness and preference growing for BCR’s technology solutions,” said Joshua Scott, BCR CEO. He brings deep knowledge of the SEVAR belt drying system and will be instrumental as we bring this technology to North American municipalities as we solve their biosolids processing challenges.”
Hamilton joins colleague Keith Williams, a biosolids process drying industry veteran who joined BCR as VP of Sales and Marketing in October of 2020. Williams has led BCR’s sales growth to become one of the leading biosolids treatment technology providers across North America among the range of decision makers involved with the selection of biosolids process technology.
“As BCR grows and we see an increased demand from our stakeholders at municipalities, consulting engineers, contractors, and manufacturer’s reps, it is a critical time to add true industry leaders to our team,” said Joshua Scott. “One of our differentiators is that we bring a better way of thinking to solving biosolids process stream challenges, and I believe that Keith Hamilton and Keith Williams bring that level of expertise to our customers.”
BCR partners with municipalities and the engineers who are responsible for researching, testing and purchasing biosolids treatment technology. Whether customers are looking for Class B or Class A biosolids, BCR assists in the review of biosolids treatment technology for the first time, scaling an existing system or upgrading from Class B to Class A biosolids technology. More information can be found on www.bcrinc.com or by contacting the company firstname.lastname@example.org