Ecoremedy Welcomes New Hires in Key Engineering, Business Development and Field Operations Positions

  January 24, 2022

Ecoremedy LLC today announced three strategic new hires to support its drive to become the world’s premier technological solutions provider to problematic waste treatment. Each new team member brings an extensive background in their respective disciplines and a passion for environmental stewardship.

Aaron Lewer serves as project engineer for Ecoremedy and brings more than 15 years of experience designing, analyzing, testing and commissioning complex industrial systems in the food processing and laboratory automation industries. Lewer has developed innovative approaches to design and manufacturing automation, design for manufacturability, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), finite element analysis (FEA) and design optimization.

“Throughout Aaron’s career, his holistic approach to problem-solving and outside-the-box thinking has resulted in innovative solutions – exactly the focus of Ecoremedy,” said Ecoremedy President and CTO David Mooney. “His ability to analyze complex problems and effectively communicate to both the technical community as well as the end user is a tremendous asset to Ecoremedy.”

Dion Banks serves as director of business development, sales and marketing for Ecoremedy and brings more than two decades of international business experience to the Ecoremedy team. He hosted a White House Roundtable on Renewable Energy for U.S. Department of Agriculture, served as a member of the Maryland Thermal Energy Taskforce, and participated in Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s trade mission to Brazil.

“Dion’s passion for fairness and equality ensures all stakeholders are represented in every transaction,” Mooney said. “As an influencer for social and environmental issues, he elevates Ecoremedy’s mission to treat local waste locally, thereby avoiding the social and environmental damage associated with long-haul treatment practices.”

Brad Morgan serves as field operations manager for Ecoremedy and brings more than 28 years of experience as an engineering and maintenance management professional. As a Six Sigma green belt and advocate of continuous improvement for all processes, he is experienced with incremental change and overhauling outdated maintenance practices and systems. Morgan has developed countless low-cost improvements to realize significant cost savings and increased efficiency and productivity within manufacturing operations.

“Brad is a key Ecoremedy team member, helping to lead operations, construction and plant commissioning,” Mooney said. “He is skilled in cultural change initiatives, problem-solving, quality improvement and increased productivity practices.”