Nate nickerson, PE
Nate is a hands-on engineer and inventor. Prior to his engineering degree he worked as a master automotive mechanic for cars and heavy machinery. He has brought this hands-on experience to the design and deployment of innovative and pratical wastewater reuse technologies as Principal at Critical Flow and previously as Senior Engineer at Living Machines L3C. Over 15 years he has worked on water reuse and water infrastructure for a variety of clients including the US Marine Corps, The San Francisco Public Utility Commission, The Brando Resort, and over two dozen major universities. Nate leads the engineering effort and reviews fabrication and installation for GRAYWORKS projects.
Eric lohan, ms
Eric is a microbiology geek. He has been involved in the process design of over 100 wastewater treatment and water reuse projects as Principal at Critical Flow and previously as General Manager for Living Machines L3C. Eric is co-author of 5 patents on innovative wastewater treatment technologies and has been involved in permitting some of the first decentralized water reuse systems in Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, Atlanta and other areas. He leads the process design for GRAYWORKS projects and reviews the design basis and reuse applications to maximize reliability and reduce system costs.
David has done more than perhaps anyone in the US to help establish the viability of rainwater reuse. As founder and CEO of Rainwater Management Solutions (RMS) and President of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA), he has helped support the development of rainwater and graywater reuse regulations in over a dozen states. RMS has become the largest supplier of rainwater reuse systems in the US with over 500 installations. David is frequent contributor to leading journals and presenter at national and international conferences on water reuse. David leads the sales effort at GRAYWORKS and interfaces with regulatory agencies to assist with permitting.