Effective water treatment is primarily available at a large scale. With this lack of agility, it is little wonder that over 80% of the world’s water is not adequately treated and less than 1% is recycled. Humanity’s mismanagement of this keystone resource will make water one of the most impactful societal problems in the next decade according to the World Economic Forum. In the face of this looming scarcity, there is a lack of easy to use, modular, and affordable technology that can truly treat and recycle water at any scale. Not giving people and industries control of their water can and already is creating intense, unprecedented, and cascading pressure on our aging infrastructure. The NuTree provides water systems at any scale that remove over 90% of contaminants. It boasts compact but m... [Read More]
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CTO and Co-Founder
Ari Ochoa, CTO and co-founder, has a degree in biology from Foothill College. He was one of the first people to join NuLeaf Tech and from the beginning was a leader for creating systems that cleaned water and created energy from wetland processes. A self-taught microbiologist, he is an avid homebrewer and is very familiar with the process of making beer as well as the craft beer industry's struggle with wastewater. He grew up next to the Bay Area wetlands and has a lifetime fascination with their ecosystems and, in addition to his engineering skills, has a love for plant life and likes to garden. He has also worked in construction and sales.
CEO and Co-Founder
Rachel has degrees in biology and chemistry with a focus in environmental chemistry from Drexel University. She also has a certificate in management from Stanford University. She has studied physics and material science for fun. An avid tinkerer and writer, she has worked in geochemical and metallurgical engineering labs as well as content editor at the world’s leading biomimetic consultancy. She brought the idea of bridging clean tech and biomimicry to NASA Ames, and from there created a DIY group and eventual start up. She also has a part-time job in wine sales at Ridge Vineyards, giving her a unique outlook in the hospitality and alcohol industry.
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