Kevin Bossy

, Chief Executive Officer

Kevin Bossy joined Bishop Water Technologies in October of 2008 as CEO of the business which was spun out of Bishop Aquatic Technologies. He has built on the success of the Bonnechere Valley Nutrient Processing Facility which utilises Geotube® dewatering technology. Since Kevin’s arrival, Bishop Water Technologies has grown exponentially, with projects and installations across Ontario.

Kevin worked at RBC Capital Markets for 13 years, he then moved to the commercial and personal side of banking, as a Commercial Account Manager. In his role he offered financial advice and products to a variety of businesses – from small home based operations to companies with multi-million dollar sales.

Kevin was born in Malta and lived in England before making career moves within Canada, Singapore and Australia. In 2000 he and his family moved to the Ottawa Valley, where they enjoy a busy and active lifestyle. Kevin is a volunteer in the community, an avid skier and loves to golf.

Contact Kevin:
613-433-0289 (cell)

Keith Galloway

, Wastewater Treatment Specialist

Keith graduated in 1978 as an Engineering Technologist from Conestoga College, Air & Water Resources Engineering Technology.

For the past 33 years he has worked for several major water treatment companies who service the Water and Wastewater industry ( Industrial and Municipal) in Ontario and across Canada. Keith has worked for Dearborn, Betz-Dearborn, Hercules Betz-Dearborn for 23 years then Ashland for 9 (2 years selling equipment).

Keith’s experience and expertise is in industrial water and wastewater systems. He has extensive knowledge and experience in biological systems, physical/chemical systems, waste treatment techniques/equipment and the application of water soluble polymers and chemistries to all of the above.

Keith has experience in all the major industrial sectors including, Pulp & Paper, Automotive, Food, Oil & Gas, Steel, General Manufacturing and Municipal.

Contact Keith:

Christine Gan

, Wastewater EIT

Christine started at Bishop Water in May of 2017 as a Wastewater EIT. She received her Master’s degree in Chemical and Environmental Engineering from Queen’s University, where she worked to improve wastewater treatment in Canada’s rural and northern communities. Christine researched low-impact methods of biological treatment to augment existing facilities, and believes in the importance of creating innovative technologies to help create long-term, sustainable solutions to water accessibility and wastewater treatment. As a graduate teaching assistant, Christine taught concepts surrounding current practices in waste treatment and bioremediation processes, and supervised laboratory sessions that utilized cell-based engineering principles.  


Contact Christine:
(343) 361-0463 ext 25