The Team

Donald Kerr – Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Don and his firm Wet-Tek, have been a fixture in the water treatment equipment niche since 1989. Based on guiding principles of simplicity, low cost and locally available parts, Don recognized an unserved demographic and developed a system around the parameters of the targeted population : Small populations with no access to clean water. The P3 BioSand Bag Filter is the result.

Roy Morrison – Chief Financial Officer

Roy has a Bachelors degree in Accounting and a Masters degree in International Business from Pace University. Roy brings to the table over 25 years of working in global Financial Institutions and has the experience of working overseas in under developed countries. Additionally, Roy has the consulting experience to assist Don in the development of this concept and the business knowledge and contacts to keep the company financially sound.

Lisa Albanese – Chief Business Development Officer

Lisa has extensive experience working in global Financial Institutions such as Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Spear, Leeds and Kellogg, creating value by developing product solutions, establishing platform integrations and new market strongholds and providing service to clients. Energized by growing public awareness of global drinking water problems, Ms. Albanese turned her focus to understanding causes and potential solutions. Ms. Albanese has a deep understanding of the global water crisis and brings her skill set as well as her passion and dedication to being part of the solution to our organization.

Matthew Geho – Chief Officer Process & Systems

Lead Operator and Water Chemistry Lab Manager at a municipal drinking water plant, Matthew is guiding process design, pilot testing, performance results and technical support. Mr. Geho’s municipal city water treatment plant was the first water treatment plant in America to utilize the same slow sand filtration process that is employed in the P3 BioSand Bag Filter system. Mr. Geho is a Biologist by education.

Solving the world water crisis 200 people at a time

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