LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Jul 6, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies Inc. (
Mr. Kish currently serves as Director of Business Development for Ecoverse, an industry leading Ohio-based company that has been providing equipment and technologies for composting facilities since 2001. Over his long career, Mr. Kish has served in many development and operational roles for some of the largest composting companies in the U.S., creating efficiencies, process excellence and sales channels for compost and sustainable soils products. His role with Q2P includes introducing partnership opportunities, advising the Company's Board of Directors on important industry trends, and assisting Q2P develop quality control programs and distribution outlets for finished soils products.
"I have known Bill for many years, and believe his breadth of knowledge and experience in the composting sector will add great value to Q2P in our strategic move into this line of business," stated Kevin Bolin, the Company's Chairman. "On behalf of the Board and our shareholders, we welcome Bill to our growing team."
"Q2P has a compelling strategy led by a strong executive team and Board of Directors with a proven track record," stated Mr. Kish. "We are seeing the composting industry shift from a waste management solution supported by a tipping fee model, into a product driven business where the consistent quality of end product and intelligent sales and marketing strategies can provide higher margins and greater environmental impacts. I look forward to working with Q2P execute its ambitious plan in this area."
Mr. Kish's position as a Board of Advisor member is a non-Director, non-executive role.
About Q2Power: Q2Power seeks to become a leading provider of waste management services for small-scale waste water treatment plants and other producers of methane and organic waste. Q2Power's current combined heat and power (CHP) technology can be deployed with minimal time and expense at thousands of small-scale facilities that must dispose of waste such as methane, biogas and other used fuels at increasingly greater costs and regulatory burdens. Through an association with ERTH Products, Q2Power also can convert bio-solid waste from water treatment plants into beneficial reuse products such as Class A compost and engineered soils. Q2Power installed its first power system this summer at an Ohio wastewater treatment plant and is on track to deploy additional bio-solid solutions to meet customer demand in 2016.
For more information about Q2Power, please visit: www.q2p.com
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