Interview: Nanobubble Technology in Water & Wastewater Applications

Interview: Nanobubble Technology in Water & Wastewater Applications


June 08, 2022

By Line
Compiled by Cristina Tuser

Analyzing Moleaer’s Nanobubble Technology in an interview with Nick Dyner, CEO of Moleaer

Interview: Nanobubble Technology in Water & Wastewater Applications
Photo 18901610 © Roman Zaremba |
About The Author

Nicholas (Nick) Dyner is Moleaer’s Chief Executive Officer. The company uses nanobubble technology with a mission to unlock the power of water to do more with less. Moleaer’s products provide clients a cost-effective, chemical-free solution proven to increase sustainable food production, reduce the use of chemicals, restore aquatic ecosystems, and improve natural resource recovery.

Founded in 2017, Moleaer launched its first nanobubble generator and began commercializing its technology in Los Angeles, California. Under Dyner’s leadership, the company has pioneered nanobubble technology at industrial scale. Today, the company has over 1,500 installations in more than 30 countries, treating more than 400 million gallons of water per day in agriculture, aquaculture, surface water, and wastewater.

Prior to Moleaer, Dyner served as the Senior Vice President of LG Chem Water Solutions where he led the Company’s global sales and marketing efforts following LG’s acquisition of NanoH2O, one of the largest in the water industry to date. Over Dyner’s tenure with NanoH2O, he developed the Company’s sales and brand strategy, led the first product launch, and personally did business in over 90-countries. Before joining NanoH2O, Dyner spearheaded the business development activities at Water Standard. For nearly three years, he served as a global product manager at GE Water & Process Technologies. 

Dyner received extensive business training in various roles at General Electric and is a Six Sigma Black Belt certificate holder. He earned a bachelor’s degree in History and Economics from Cornell University. 

Interview: Nanobubble Technology in Water & Wastewater Applications
Author: admin

Leave a Reply