Take a tour through the history of AquaPoint by clicking through the slideshow below.
Founded by Craig Lindell and John Lafreniere
The first residential and commercial Bioclere treatment systems were delivered in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. The commercial system was for a Stop & Shop Plaza, the first of 23 installs for the New England market chain
Expanded into the Southeastern U.S. with installations in Georgia & North Carolina
The Bioclere was tested, and ultimately certified in both the NSF Standard 40 and the U.S. EPA Environmental Technology Verification protocols
Installed our first Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MBBRs) at Taconic Farms in Germantown, NY.
Awarded the contract to supply .250 MGD of treatment systems to the U.S. Navy’s expansive Training Command at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 17 Biocleres across 7 different sites were installed
Acquired the intellectual and proprietary property of Hydroxyl Systems and began marketing & manufacturing Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MBBRs) in the U.S. and Caribbean
Invited to participate in a U.S. EPA Reuse Pilot Study. The Bioclere proved to be far and away the most energy efficient and cost effective when compared to competitors
The first Bioclere-OH system was installed at an apartment complex in Hyde Park, NY, an application designed for surface discharge
Implementation of our first water reuse project at a WalMart in Mexico
Collaborated with C.S. Davidson Engineers and TAH Construction for a 0.3 MGD avg/0.6 MGD peak ENR (<8 TN, < 1 TP) treatment system project for the rural municipality of Fairfield, PA
Collaborated with Xerxes Corporation to create fully integrated line of prefabricated MBBR/IFAS treatment systens in underground FRP tanks
Winner of 2016 LEEDS Home Project of the year for a Bioclere system in downtown Portland, OR
AquaPoint has delivered over 1700 Bioclere units to 700 project sites