Chad Miller Named Product Manager for AdEdge biottta Biofiltration Technology

Nov. 21, 2014

Buford, Georgia (November 10, 2014) – AdEdge Water Technologies today announced Chad Miller has been promoted to Product Manager for the biotttaTM fixed-bed biofiltration technology. Mr. Miller will be responsible for team efforts related to sales, design, and marketing of the new product launch.

biotttaTM is a treatment process that uses naturally-occurring bacteria to eliminate multiple contaminants from groundwater rather than creating harmful waste streams typically found in ion exchange and reverse osmosis applications.

Chad began his career in the water treatment industry in 1997 and has since provided services and application support for ion exchange, adsorption, membranes, filtration, advanced oxidation, and other treatment approaches serving retail, manufacturing, and municipal drinking water markets. Mr. Miller has been working as a Project Manager at AdEdge since 2009.

“We’re extremely pleased to have Mr. Miller move into the role as Product Manager for the biotttaTM technology,” said Rich Cavagnaro, President and CEO of AdEdge Water Technologies. “biotttaTM represents a significant shift from convention toward a sustainable solution for contaminated groundwater supplies and Chad brings experience in sales and distribution of water treatment solutions and project management background to successfully launch this technology in the marketplace.” 

Chad previously served on the Indiana Water Quality Association Board.

For further information on biotttaTM, please contact AdEdge Water Technologies at [email protected]

About AdEdge Water Technologies

Headquartered just north of Atlanta, Georgia, AdEdge Water Technologies specializes in the design, development, manufacturing, and supply of innovative water treatment solutions that remove contaminants from process or aqueous streams. AdEdge offers a full range of conventional and innovative treatment technologies to achieve trough standards including adsorption, coagulation, ion exchange, biofiltration, and membrane based solutions. For more information on AdEdge call 1-866-8ADEDGE or visit us online at

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