The company has a very strong management.
Paul Wallace, Co-Founder and CTO
Paul co-founded EWM in 2012 and is the inventor of EWM’s innovative processes. He has more than 30 years of experience in research, technology innovation, project management, and business development roles. He has over 50 patents to his credit and is one of the main inventors of clean coal gasification, under which large plants were built around the world. He has worked with large and successful process technology firms including GE, Texaco, and Chevron, where he served in a variety of roles including developing and designing energy, water, and treatment projects. His diverse technical background provides him with the unique insight to combine water treatment, chemical production, and combined heat and power technologies into a high-efficiency, economically viable, minerals recovery process. Paul works full-time with the company.
Hubble Hausman, Co-Founder and CFO
Hubble brings nearly twenty years of experience in project management, financial analyses, business planning, and client and community relationships. He led the establishment of EWM as a company and ran its day-to-day operations. As a former investment banker at Robert W. Baird and Credit Suisse, he worked closely with dozens of successful growth companies across a variety of industries, helping them consummate mergers and acquisitions and raise capital. In addition, Hubble has written approximately 20 business plans during his career as an investment banker and subsequently as an entrepreneur and also has worked with his extended family’s limited partnership making and managing private investments. He sits on the board of many companies.
Sue Snyder, CEO
Sue is an experienced attorney and business leader. She has a degree in civil and environmental engineering and has over thirty years of experience related to business leadership, legal, environmental, water, contract development, and client interactions. She has worked with some of the leading edge water clients as a partner in one of the U.S.'s leading international law firms. Sue brings insights into practical project development along with environmental understanding from a technical and operational aspect. She has developed new endeavors in over twenty countries and has been instrumental in public-private endeavors, including leading the largest U.S. incentive program for a new facility. She has taught environmental and business law at one of the largest universities and has been a leader in many business and legal organizations.