Big Fish Environmental, a Michigan-based company was formed in 2005. That same year, the Big Fish facility in Charlevoix, Michigan was licensed by the State of Michigan as the first permanent septage receiving and processing facility.
In 2007, Big Fish became the first (and only) facility in Michigan to produce bio-solids that meet the Class A Pathogen Reduction criteria to be considered Exceptional Quality by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
In 2010, Big Fish received a NSF Environmental Technology/EPA Process Verification as a result of an extensive 13-month testing program.
Big Fish Environmental’s major partners are:
John W. Campbell, President and Managing Member of Big Fish Environmental, LLC, and President and Owner of Site Planning Development, Inc., has more than 40 years of progressively responsible experience directing a variety of business ventures and research. John has led ventures through start-up, survival and growth modes.
Robert J. Winter, Jr., Partner of Big Fish Environmental, LLC, a business executive with extensive experience in real estate development, investment and consulting services, and is an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.