President & CEO
Kathleen Renzi founded BioConversion Technology, Inc. in 2000, and leads the company as CEO and marketing director. She also provides her skills and experience in lab analysis, microscopic examinations, and deploying solutions for wastewater treatment plant optimization. Kathleen continues to build BioConversion Technology’s standing as a leading wastewater solutions provider in the southeast and has earned the company a certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, and the Georgia Water and Wastewater Institute.
Vice President & CFO
Husband to Kathleen Renzi, Edward joined BioConversion, Inc. in July of 2010 as Chief Financial Officer. He brings 35 years of sales and marketing knowledge with him, and is primarily responsible for corporate administrative functions, as well as sales and marketing interface. Edward graduated from the University of Florida with both a BS and an MBA.
Vice President of Operations
Son of Kathleen and Edward Renzi, Adam joined BioConversion, Inc. in January 2010. Adam reaches out to establish and maintain client relationships with major municipalities and corporations. He provides BioConversion Technology clients with System Troubleshooting and Optimization, Application Qualification and Treatment follow up. Adam has received certifications from SNF Polymers, Georgia Rural Water Association and the West Virginia Microscopic Training Center. He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a BS degree in Communications/PR.
Vice President of Technical Services & Chemical Engineer
Jeremy joined BioConversion Technology, Inc. in 2012 with 10 years of industrial manufacturing and design experience. He is a graduate of Georgia Technical Institute, with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering, and a minor in Biomedical Engineering.
John Harrelson is a boiler, cooling, and odor control specialist with over 23 years of experience in industrial and municipal water treatment. He currently owns and operates AJ Chemical, specializing in boiler, cooling, wastewater, and municipal applications. Previously, John spent 17 years with Betz-GE Water in management and technical service positions. John has been a speaker at many wastewater conferences throughout the United States, particularly on odor control safety and prevention.