Re-defining packaged wastewater treatment
REGEN is the only wastewater technology that improves treatment processes resulting from its advanced composite polymer materials that increase biofilm productivity.
Our solution allows for cost effective execution using low energy inputs and bio-electric sensors for increased control of treatment processes surpassing any existing technology.
This patented process design removes complexity from the treatment process given its reduced operational requirement, reduced failure modes and extended life span.
Key Product Benefits
Low energy treatment process
Power source options: Solar, Electrical Grid
Bio-sensors allow for remote communication
Minimal on-site preparation – 1 to 2 days
Minimal operations and management
Training will be given in client location and or Canada
Remote monitoring and operational support available
Producing clean water suitable for irrigation
Fixed Film treatment results in reduced bio-solids production (reduces sludge collection).
Save costs associated with collection of wastewater
Save “tippage” costs on wastewater treatment
Produce stream of water for re-use (irrigation)
Modular, containerized design – low CapEx
Remote monitoring and control – low OpEx
The system including human waste, shower and kitchen water. Our technology utilizes an optimized fixed film treatment process for improved capacity and energy efficiency.
Applications include commercial oil, gas and mining locations, disaster relief, remote communities, communities looking to upgrade or enhance existing lagoon treatment infrastructure
1 treatment module can support from 25 to 400 people.
Modular design allows for low-cost expansion of treatment capacity for upwards of 2,000 people
Treated water can be used for irrigation
Iker is a Sustainable Design Engineer with a proven track record of successfully executing engineering and business development projects. Iker has worked in diverse bioremediation and bioinformatics projects at ClearPod, SENTRY™, and Island Water Technologies, which have equipped him with the multifaceted skills required to successfully lead REGEN's technical, commercial and operations efforts.
Iker's ability to build and execute commercialization frameworks and his deep understanding of customer needs and market trends make him instrumental in advancing REGEN's strategic plan.
Iker's dedication to upholding REGEN's commitment to providing the highest-quality wastewater treatment solutions and focus on building solid relationships with key partners will ensure that REGEN remains at the forefront of the water industry.
Mack Pardy is an experienced Client Manager and has provided remote support to wastewater treatment plant operators worldwide at SENTRY. Additionally, Mack has over 6 years of experience in the commissioning and operating of decentralized industrial and domestic wastewater treatment units in North America.
Mack's passion for water is backed by multiple certifications and licenses, such as Class III - Water Treatment Operator. At REGEN, Mack will ensure that each project delivers a solution with quality, safety, and sustainability at its core.
With his extensive expertise in wastewater operations, Mack can efficiently support clients' operations, oversee the monitoring capabilities, and lead the technical team.
Our Board of Directors
Dr. Patrick Kiely
CEO & President
Dr. Patrick Kiely is an environmental microbiologist with over 15 years of experience in the fields of molecular microbiology, microbial ecology and next generation wastewater and bio-energy applications.
Patrick's academic research has focused primarily on the study of microbe-surface interactions. Key discoveries have been related to the identification of novel genes and processes associated with the colonization of the plant rhizosphere and human epithelial cell lines and characterizing the diverse communities present on electrodes of bio-electrochemical systems. He has developed unique processes for reducing resources required to take complex technologies from bench to market by incorporating key aspects of business development, IP landscaping, economic/technology modelling and bench to pilot prototyping. He has developed water solutions for a variety of private and public (NASA, EPA, NSF, U.S. Army) partners.
In his role as founder and CEO of SENTRY™ Water Technologies Inc. and REGEN Wastewater Technology Inc. he has developed partnerships with key academic and industry to identify and validate the next generation solutions in the water space.
Chair of the Board
Alex holds a B.Sc. from UPEI and an MBA from Dalhousie University. He is a member of the Canadian, Ontario, and Prince Edward Island Institutes of Chartered Accountants, and received his C.A. designation in 1979 and FCA in 2003. He holds an ICD.D designation from the Rotman School of Management and has completed Executive Education Programs at Harvard Business School, Oxford University, and Kellogg School of Business.
Mr. MacBeath spent 35 years with Grant Thornton LLP, 26 of which as partner. He was CEO and Executive Partner from 2001 to 2008, and held positions as 'Global Leader, Markets' and 'Regional Leader, Asia Pacific' at Grant Thornton International based in London, UK, until his retirement in 2012. He has significant experience in business strategy, risk management, national and international markets, and managing change for complex organizations.
Alex is currently the Founder, CEO, and Managing Director of Island Capital Partners, an investment fund focused on seed capital. He is also the Chair of the StartUp Zone, an incubator located in Charlottetown. He serves on the board of Island Water Technologies and chairs the Wallace McCain Institute. He is a member of the board of governors of the University of Prince Edward Island and serves as an advisory board member of the UPEI School of Mathematics and Computational Sciences. Additionally, he is a board member of the National Angel Capital Organization and the Confederation Center of the Arts and serves as the chair of the audit committee and a member of the executive committee of the MedicAlert Foundation of Canada. Finally, he was previously the chair of the audit committee and long-term vision task force for Health PEI.