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ECO2 Names Clay Thompson as National Sales Manager

Clay Thompson - ECO2

Indianapolis, IN, March 12, 2018 – ECO Oxygen Technologies, LCC (ECO2) is pleased to announce and welcome Clay Thompson as National Sales Manager.  Clay will be responsible for the leadership of the ECO2 sales team, developing new business opportunities and creating customized solutions to meet customer needs.

ECO2 President David Clidence said of the Mr. Thompson hiring, “Clay brings extensive customer service and sales experience to the ECO2 sales team. His character complements ECO2’s core values and we look forward to Clay helping ECO2 continue to deliver innovative environmental solutions to our customers.

Clay is a well-known figure in the odor control and water quality industry with nearly 15 years of experience.  Clay’s experience stems from technology development, through commercialization to consulting engineering.  Clay said: “Our nation’s wastewater infrastructure received a D+ according to the 2017 American Society of Civil Engineers Infrastructure Report card.  This same report gave the U.S. water infrastructure a grade of D and 80% of the drinking water for the U.S. comes from surface waters.

I am so excited to be a part of the ECO2 team which has been addressing these and other issues, with proven success, for over two decades.  Backed by innovators of the water and wastewater industry and nationally/internationally recognized Ph.D’s, ECO2’s technology and approach to problem solving is poised to meet our nations infrastructure needs for generations to come.”

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Garret Schleis - Application Engineer - ECO2

ECO2 Names Garret Schleis as Application Engineer

Indianapolis, IN, July 12, 2021 – ECO Oxygen Technologies, LLC (ECO2) is pleased to announce and welcome Garret Schleis, EIT as Application Engineer. Garret will be responsible for the engineering design, field work and administrative tasks for ECO2 current and future projects.

Lake Hodges Eco2

City of San Diego installs ECO2 Speece Cone System

The City of San Diego installs a large Speece Cone system by ECO2 to dissolve pure oxygen at the bottom of Lake Hodges. The system will continuously inject dissolved oxygen into the reservoir which will improve the water quality in the lake, reduce algal blooms, and improve efficiency at the drinking water treatment plant.

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