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Family office backs cutting-edge listed waste management/clean energy group

An Oregon-based family office has backed a novel clean energy waste management business that early this month listed on the New York Stock Exchange in anticipation of rapid growth in the years ahead. 

North Carolina-based 374Water has developed a way of turning water waste into a renewable energy source and other harmless by-products. 

The company’s trade-marked technology – AirSCWO – looks to have the potential to revolutionize the waste management industry and, simultaneously, have a very positive environmental and social impact on local and national economies. 

10-Branch, which represents the interests of the Haladay family, looks like, through SEC filings, it has a small stake in the group, represented by the group’s finance manager, Deanna Rene Estes, who sits on the board of 374Water. 

After leaving IBM, Jay Haladay founded Viewpoint Construction Software and sold it to Bain Capital for $230 million in 2014. The name 10-Branch, set up a year later, is about the various branches of the Haladay family the investment office represents. Currently, 10-Branch is managed by Jay’s son Miles Haladay. 

10 Branch says on its website it co-invests with numerous investment groups, including Silicon Valley Bank and TA Associates. The family office has also invested in various commercial building projects in the Portland area. 

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