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Markus J Lenger
Co Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Science Officer

Markus Lenger began his career in wastewater in 1989 during the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska where he introduced BioVersal, an advanced bioremediation oil-spill cleanup technology, which became more successful than over 1400 other technologies tested. Markus spent eight months in Valdez during the cleanup where he developed systems for wastewater processing, soil remediation and biological mixed surfactant systems. Markus continued as a wastewater research engineer during the 1990's while further developing his BioReactor technology. This work concluded with his invention of the Grease Reduction System, the fundamental technology that established CleanBlu systems. Markus holds four US patents for his technology with two further pending and continues to explore and develop new and disruptive technologies, which have the greatest impact on water reclamation. He is Co-Founder and CEO of CleanBlu Inc. (formerly Hydrologix Inc.), a member of five IAPMO Green Technical Task Forces, a member of the ASME A112 Committee and is a frequent presenter at the IAPMO International Emerging Technology Symposiums. Markus is an Electrical Engineering graduate of Berufsschule, St. Gallen, Switzerland and a Doctorate in Physics from an affiliate of the Max Planck Institute, Munich. He gained his business education at Sony Europe and as a Senior Technical Solutions Manager for IBM. His love of water extends to sailing the oceans around Southern California and Mexico with his family, while never forgetting his vast array of survival gadgetry and electronic devices.
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Gina H Lenger
Co Founder and Chief Financial Officer

Gina Lenger is a twenty-year veteran of facilitating CEOs by holding the position of CFO while providing outstanding executive management assistance. She co-founded CleanBlu understanding its invaluable core potential to change the way society conceives wastewater and to support its vision of a world where clean, safe water flows to all mankind. Other corporate commitments include Company Secretary and Treasurer, Secretary to the Board of Directors, Communications and HR.
Gina originally hails from London, England where she, perhaps surprisingly, learned the art of cooking great food and entertaining. Once a competitive swimmer, her passion for water now extends to sailing and enjoying the ocean with her family and friends.
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Robert Boulware P.E. M.B.A.
Director Advisory Board

Bob Boulware is president of Design-Aire Engineering, a Mechanical / Electrical Consulting Engineering firm located in Indianapolis, Indiana (, which specializes in energy efficient mechanical / electrical system modifications, and assisting in funding for their implementation. He is a ASHRAE Life member; past president of the Central Indiana Chapter of American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) and serves on the ASPE research committee, and was principal author of ARCSA/ASPE/ANSI 63 Design Standard for Rainwater Catchment. Bob is past National President of the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association ( and on the Board of Advisors for the International Rain Harvesting Alliance in Geneva ( Mr Boulware has authored numerous articles and a book on the topic of alternative water sources and innovative means of waste disposal. He is a member of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) Alternative Water Sources Committee, contributing to the development of the 2011 and 2012 Green Plumbing Supplement and the 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code Chapter 17- Rainwater Catchment, which for the first time, determines the installation requirements for gray, recycled and rainwater catchment systems. Bob Boulware is a mechanical engineering graduate of Purdue University, has a Masters in Business degree from Indiana University, is a licensed engineer in over 25 states and the US Virgin Islands.
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Bill Wilson
Director Advisory Board

Bill Wilson is an environmental consultant with over 35 years experience working internationally in the field of comprehensive sustainable development, with emphasis in the areas of agriculture, building systems, water, energy, watershed planning, wastewater treatment and reuse, aquaculture, and marine systems. He is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Special Programs, Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

He has worked extensively with the ecological approach to storm water and wastewater treatment and water recycling, and in 1991 was a participant in the First International Conference in Ecological Engineering held at Stensund, Sweden, where he helped edit the Proceedings. He was Research Associate with Professor Wolf Hilbertz in international work involving the electrodeposition of marine minerals for building materials, marine engineering, and the regeneration of coral reefs, and served under John Lyle as Technical Director at the Center for Regenerative Studies (Lyle Center), Cal Poly Pomona, which he helped design.

He has designed and installed the first direct onsite wastewater-to- landscape reuse irrigation systems in Malibu, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Diego and San Mateo, and developed the numerous sustainable wastewater and storm water treatment options, including for the cities of San Francisco, Duluth, and Tacoma. He has taught the Water & Wastewater element of the Sustainable Living Course at the Real Goods Sustainable Living Center, the Senior Seminar in Environmental Studies at UC Santa Cruz, and is a featured speaker at numerous conferences and symposia in the areas of integrated water planning, water treatment and reuse, Low Impact Development (LID), coral reefs, wetlands restoration, remediation of contaminated soil, water, and sediments, and marine oil spill response.

He planned integrated water systems for some of the highest rated LEED projects in the Country, and was a founder of the LEED Technical Advisory Committee for the US Green Building Council. He has helped develop new energy-efficient wastewater treatment technologies that push treatment to recycled standards with simpler, more affordable methods. As a member of the Mississippi Renewal Commission appointed by the Governor of Mississippi, he assisted in the development of the Master Plan for the recovery of 11 cities and the entire Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina, and his firm helped provide 40 potable water-producing membrane filtration modules to responder centers immediately following that disaster, and redesign the numerous flooded wastewater treatment facilities in Mississippi and Louisiana.

Bill is President Emeritus of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation, which operates the Oceanic Research Vessel ORV/Alguita, a fully equipped 50-foot aluminum catamaran home-ported in Long Beach, California, and is an advisor on environmental issues for the Surfrider Foundation and helped design their coastal pathogen testing program. He has been the subject of several radio and television interviews and documentaries, including features on pioneering research on the environmental impacts of plastics in our oceans and waterways, decentralized wastewater treatment, Low Impact Development stormwater implementation, and new methods for successfully and efficiently re-establishing damaged coral reefs.

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Erin Selleck

Erin Selleck is a seasoned finance executive with 30 years of banking experience. She served as Senior Executive Vice President and Treasurer for Union Bank, N.A., a top 25 U.S. bank and a key subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), one of the world’s largest financial organizations. As Treasurer, Ms. Selleck had responsibility for all corporate treasury functions, including P&L responsibility for a $20 billion investment portfolio, management of key balance sheet risks, and providing funding and capital for all aspects of the bank and holding company. In addition to her responsibilities as Treasurer, Ms. Selleck served as a Policy Making Officer and a member of Union Bank’s Executive Committee. In this capacity, she drove growth and profitability and she directed major corporate policies, including strategic and financial issues, M&A, and the risk profile of the company.

Ms. Selleck spent her early career at Bank of America, after receiving her BA and MBA from the University of California Berkeley. Passionate about supporting the community, Ms. Selleck serves on non-profit boards representing a diverse array of organizations, including the National Association of Corporate Treasurers, Heal the Bay, and the Organization of Women Executives. When she has a free moment, she can usually be found, along with her husband Kurt Holland, in or on the water somewhere, enjoying sailing, swimming, snorkeling, kayaking or simply enjoying the beauty of our planets most precious natural resource.