Baswood Fact Sheet

Baswood offers innovative fixed-film, fixed-media solutions utilizing proven trickling filter and submerged attached growth processes. Baswood’s disruptive technology has proven effective in treating everything from basic municipal waste to various high-strength influent with significant fluctuations in both loadings and flow. Baswood installations are using very little energy, have little to no odor, and produce water for reuse when integrating well known tertiary processes from our partners. Baswood systems of modular, vertical reactors fit in a small footprint, are adaptable to almost any available space and can be expanded as needed at a low cost.


BioViper - Specifically designed to handle high-strength industrial waste streams, the Baswood BioViper offers a preferred combination of cost effectiveness, size, simplicity, and low operating costs to provide optimal pretreatment when compared to traditional treatment technologies.

BioVore - Baswood's biosolids/sludge management solution for the municipal market, the BioVore, uses patented technologies to provide both increased solids retention and decreased hydraulic retention in a stable, fixed film system resulting in reliable municipal wastewater treatment and minimized biosolids production.


U.S. Patent 7,144,507
Dry Cycle Anaerobic Digester (DCAD)

U.S. Patent 7,387,733
Aerobic/Anaerobic Integrated Microbial Succession (AIMS)

Leadership Team

Edward Norton, Chairman of the Board
Michael Walker, Chief Executive Officer
Kendall Yorn, SVP Engineering
Paul Kamholz, VP Sales & Marketing
Bill Faulds, Chief Technical Officer


Year Founded 2004
Business Type Privately held
Size <50 employees

Markets Served
Industrial/Food & Beverage
Brewery Waste
Beverage Soft Drink and Juice
Oil and Gas

825 Watters Creek Blvd #200
Allen, TX 75013

718-B State Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101