Bayfield firm looks to revolutionize wastewater treatment

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Bayfield firm looks to revolutionize wastewater treatment

GC Solutions uses substance first developed for Russian space program
Chuck Wages, CEO of GC Solutions Inc., is looking for a $1.3 million investment infusion to bring his work with a chemical substance called Amagel to market. The polymer, originally developed for the Russian space program, is efficient in pulling pollutants from wastewater streams.
GC Solutions Inc. ships Amagel to users in bars that look like soap.
Chuck Wages, CEO of GC Solutions Inc., said he would eventually like to produce Amagel in three locations across the United States, including one production center in Bayfield.
Water from the Animas River polluted from the Gold King Mine spill is seen on the left. On the right is the same water after it was treated with Amagel
Chuck Wages, CEO of GC Solutions Inc., has made Amagel by hand, but now he said it is time to automate the process, and he is seeking investment capital to take the company to the next stage.
Chuck Wages, CEO of GC Solutions Inc., has used Amagel to cleanse Animas River Water polluted by the Gold King Mine spill.
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