Who We Are
The company was started in 2010 by a group of investors, engineers and scientists with the vision of creating a company that focuses on building innovative technologies that balance the twin goals of global industrialization and environmental stewardship. Our motto, 'Radical Thinking' captures the ethos (character) of our company. We are a team willing to think outside the box to develop the radical technologies necessary to create economic gain and environmental benefit.
In the same way the liver which breaks down toxins in the body, our first family of technologies breaks down toxics in oil & gas wastewater so it can either be reused or safely disposed. As one of the largest users of freshwater, the oil & gas industry benefits economically by reusing their wastewater. The environmental benefit is simple - reusing wastewater reduces freshwater needs, helping to lessen the global freshwater shortage.
Board of Directors
Mr. Albin is President of Reborn, LLC an investment fund based in Oklahoma. Mr. Albin has been involved with the manufacturing sector for over 20 years, and has been active with his family businesses. Mr. Albin graduated from Oklahoma State University and resides in Duncan, Oklahoma
Mr. Glasscott serves as General Manager of the company. He has extensive experience in International Finance and Economics, and has been involved with water and wastewater treatment technology research for over seven years. He started his career with the engineering consulting firm Dames & Moore, acting as Project Economist for the clean-up of a superfund site in Colorado. Mr. Glasscott studied at the University of Denver and London School of Economics earning his undergraduate degrees in Economics and Political Science. He earned his International MBA at the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina with a focus on international economic development.
Tom McCasland, Jr.
Mr. McCasland is Chairman of Mack Energy Co. and trustee and chairman of the McCasland Foundation. He is an inductee of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association’s Wildcatter Hall of Honor, and conceived and helped organize the Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, a philanthropic organization designed to give smaller cities and towns a way to develop endowment funds.
Mr. Neal is President of Neal Consulting and co-owner of several businesses in southern Oklahoma. Mr. Neal has over 50 year experience in design and manufacturing of oil & gas equipment, starting several manufacturing companies over his lifetime. He holds several patents, and created with design of some of the most sophisticated oil field equipment in the market.
Mr. Tilley President and owner of Tilley Trucking, Inc. and several other businesses in southern Oklahoma. Mr. Tilley has considerable experience in the oil & gas industry including experience in research and development. Mr. Tilley graduated from Oklahoma State University and resides in Duncan, Oklahoma.
Ms. Wichterman has extensive experience in international trade and economic development including positions with the US Agency for International Development, the International Trade Administration. She is an expert in South Asia affairs, and has published studies for the US government on investment & trade promotion, and economic development. She is associated with several organizations in the Washington D.C. area. Ms. Wichterman studied at the University of Denver, and the London School of Economics earning her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Public Affairs; and her Masters in International Relations from Columbia University.