Cambrian Innovation appoints new vice president of engineering

June 4, 2015
Cambrian Innovation recently announced that it has appointed Anu Shah as the new vice president of engineering for the company.

June 4, 2015 -- Cambrian Innovation, a provider of advanced biotechnology products for industrial businesses, recently announced that it has appointed Anu Shah as the new vice president of engineering for the company.

Drawing from more than three decades of experience in wastewater treatment and team management, Shah will lead the engineering team and Cambrian's rapid deployment of the EcoVolt product suite nationwide.

Shah comes to Cambrian from Summit Engineering, where he worked as the principal division manager for wastewater engineering projects. He led project development, process engineering and performance evaluation for small- to medium-sized wineries such as Sterling Vineyards and Clos du Bois, as well as large-scale facilities including E. & J. Gallo Winery.

Prior to Summit, Shah worked at LG Group (now URS Corporation) as water and wastewater manager, developing project plans for large municipalities such as the City of Dallas. He also spent eight years at Biothane during its startup phase, engineering innovative wastewater treatment plants using anaerobic and aerobic systems.

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"Cambrian Innovation named 2015 Technology Pioneer for innovative bioelectric solution"

"DOD, NIH awards Cambrian prestigious contracts to further develop advanced biotechnologies"

About Cambrian Innovation

Cambrian Innovation solves industrial resource challenges with advanced biotechnology. The company discovers, develops and commercializes superior biotechnology products that harness the power of natural systems to enable a profitable circular economy. EcoVolt®, Cambrian's flagship product, treats wastewater while generating energy to reduce costs and eliminate the burden of wastewater management for food and beverage companies. Leading partners include NASA, the Department of Defense, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Bear Republic Brewing Company and more. For more information, visit


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