MicroMedia Filtration, Inc. Names New CEO

Industry Executive Appointed to Take Wastewater Treatment Company to the Next Level of Success

Jun 16, 2010, 16:23 ET from MicroMedia Filtration, Inc.

IRVINE, Calif., June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroMedia Filtration, Inc., (MMF) an industry leader pioneering wastewater treatment and renewable energy technology, names Gerhard Forstner Chief Executive Officer. The company's recent rapid growth necessitated and attracted a leader with strong, strategic direction for the company. Ken Stedman, President and Founder of MMF states, "To continue delivering the highest level of technical expertise to our clientele, it was time to recruit a business leader with a proven track record to manage operations."

Forstner most recently served as President of North America for Huber Technology, Inc., a leader in the field of wastewater solutions with $150 million annual revenue. Forstner brings to MMF extensive wastewater, engineering and sales experience. "MMF is well positioned to take advantage of the opportunity in the wastewater and renewable energy space created by water scarcity, ever increasing energy costs and a renewed focus on renewable energy," says Forstner, "I am extremely excited to be part of a company focused on delivering cost-effective, green wastewater treatment solutions."

Forstner, born in Salzburg, Austria, graduated with a B.S. in EE from the Technical College of Engineering in Kapfenberg and holds a M.B.A. from the McColl Scholl of Business. He is also a member of the Water Environment Federation (WEF).

About MicroMedia Filtration, Inc.

MicroMedia Filtration, Inc. (MMF) is revolutionizing the process of wastewater treatment. The MMF system uses less space, consumes less power, and requires less human resources to operate while converting the solids removed from wastewater into renewable electricity. The Title 22 certified scalable system allows clients to deploy for the size needed while allowing growth to meet increasing demand, dramatically improving the carbon footprint when compared to conventional treatment plants.

The MMF Process has three components:  the MMF Solids Separator which removes suspended solids from the raw influent, the MMF Modular Filter, a fully automated, continuously cleaning media filtration system with remote monitoring and control capabilities, and the MMF Energy Conversion System which transforms the removed solids into energy end products.

MicroMedia Filtration offers its treatment process and energy conversion system to municipalities, wastewater treatment authorities, governmental agencies and developers.

For more information, visit www.mmfwater.com

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MicroMedia Filtration, Inc.

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