Moleaer names new COO to scale nanobubble

Bryan Brister brings 20 years of experience in the global water industry to Moleaer’s executive team

Nanobubble technology company Moleaer has appointed Bryan Brister as its new COO to scale the company globally.

Brister joins Moleaer with nearly 20 years of experience in the global water industry. Prior to joining Moleaer, Brister spent seven years as CEO of Voltea, which specialised in water purification. He also co-founded and served as the vice-president of operations for Seven Seas Water, during the company’s early-stage growth in water production and wastewater treatment plants.

“The Moleaer team has done an incredible job of driving commercial growth of nanobubble technology, having tripled in the last year alone. This is as much a testimony to the impact nanobubble is having on real-world problems, as it is to the experience of the Moleaer team,” he said.

Welcoming Brister to the Moleaer team, Nicholas Dyner, CEO for Moleaer, said: “Moleaer as reached a point in its growth trajectory where we need someone with Bryan’s expertise to scale our manufacturing and engineering operations worldwide to keep up with our current and projected global growth.

“As we continue to improve the sustainability of many industries, ranging from food to water to natural resources, we need to work on a regional basis to enhance our impact on these industries. We already have plans to open a second assembly facility overseas in 2022 to enable us to better support our distributor and strategic partners in the region.”

The announcement follows Moleaer’s closure of a US$9 million Series B round of financing. This fund raise has been led by S2G Ventures’ Oceans and Seafood Fund and joined by existing investors, ADM Capital’s Cibus Enterprise Fund and Energy Innovation Capital.

The company now has over 1,000 installations of nanobubble generators globally, and is treating more than 225 gallons of water per day in agriculture, aquaculture, surface water and natural resources.