Green Named President of AquaFiber Technologies
Kirby Green III  was recently named President of AquaFiber Technologies Corporation . Mr. Green, for the past year served as Senior Vice President of AquaFiber. Green is a member of the firm's Board of Directors and a member of the Board’s Executive Committee which develops strategic plans, oversees technological innovation and develops new markets. As President of AquaFiber Technologies Corporation, he focuses on daily operations; communicating and implementing the organization's vision, mission and overall direction, as well as evaluates the work of other executive leaders and staff. Green will manage the organization in accordance with the direction established in strategic planning and will execute the policy of the CEO and the Board of Directors.
Mr. Green  brings more than 43 years of experience, most of which spent protecting Florida’s environment through leadership positions with the St. Johns River Water Management District and Florida Department of Environmental Protection. “Kirby's success has been the result of his ability to balance the needs of the environment with the needs of Florida’s residents,” says AquaFiber’s Chief Executive Officer Tom Bland , “Kirby has gained a reputation as a creative thinker and problem solver with an unparalleled understanding of Florida’s natural resources."
AquaFiber Technologies Corporation  has developed a patented, dual nutrient (phosphorous and nitrogen) removal process that cost effectively removes nutrients, bacteria, metals and toxicity from surface waters and industrial wastewater. With 24 U.S. and International patents and 11 patents pending, AquaFiber is dedicated to using the best available science, leading-edge technologies and common-sense solutions which address the crisis of nutrient pollution in water. In addition to the benefits of surface water remediation, the algal biomass produced from the AquaFiber process represents a potential secondary market in renewable energy production and sustainable soil amendments. AquaFiber’s technology has been proven to government agencies and independent scientists as an effective, efficient, and low cost solution to address a national and global water crisis of nutrient pollution in surface waters. www.aquafiber.com