The previous location will house a media testing laboratory and also will be the site for the regeneration plant and the service and warehouse divisions
Carbon Activated Corp. announced the opening of its new corporate premises at 2250 South Central Avenue in Compton, Calif. The new facility has 30,000 sq ft dedicated to an office. This location will house all corporate office staff inclusive of sales, administration, accounting and finance, and human resources. The previous location will house a media testing laboratory and also will be the site for the regeneration plant and the service and warehouse divisions.
Organization will emphasize "10-1-10" message in future marketing and fundraising campaigns
In an effort to emphasize that every $10 donation provides clean drinking water for one person for 10 years, Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) announced that the “10-1-10” message will be at the heart of all its future marketing and fundraising campaigns.
Ed Motiff has 12 years of industry experience
Hellenbrand Inc. of Waunakee, Wis., recently named Ed Motiff regional sales manager of the western U.S. region. Motiff will provide ongoing support to the company’s current dealer base and focus on new business development.
Motiff has 12 years of industry experience, including residential and commercial production and customer service, and is CWS-IV certified.
The event was held last month at the Las Vegas Convention Center
Nearly 3,700 visitors from 56 countries gathered in Las Vegas last month for WQA Aquatech USA 2015, the annual convention and exposition presented by the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) and Amsterdam RAI. Attendees took advantage of the opportunities to gain technical knowledge, network with their peers, learn about WQA's programs and services, see new water treatment products and gain business leads during the event, which was held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Munish Nanda joined the company as president, Americas, on April 6
Watts Water Technologies Inc. announced that Munish Nanda joined the company as president, Americas, on April 6, 2015. Nanda replaces Suellen Torregrosa.
Living in the Rocky Mountains certainly has its benefits—and they are not limited to the majestic views and quick access to the ski slopes.
As Steve Silagy, owner and service manager of AquaLogic in Gypsum, Colo., points out, it also has water quality benefits. “We are pretty lucky in the fact that we are literally at the top of the food chain here—we really live at the top of the water source,” he said. “Nobody uses it above us.”
Colorado dealership finds success in Rocky Mountain tourist community
The origin of Mast Family Culligan dates back to 1975, when Dale Mast purchased the Fort Myers, Fla., franchise after entering the water treatment industry in the late 1960s. This year, the company celebrates 40 years in business in southwestern Florida.
Florida dealership spans 40 years & three locations
Board seeks candidates who will continue to strengthen Ontario’s water sector
The Water Technology Acceleration Project (WaterTAP) board of directors has commenced a formal search for a new CEO.
“The person selected for this role will be responsible for building upon WaterTAP's success, as well as enhancing and implementing the organization's strategic plan to achieve our next stage of growth," said Kenneth A. Morrison, WaterTAP chair.
Rajendra Singh received the prize for improving water security in rural India
Rajendra Singh, known as the "Water Man of India," was named the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for his water restoration efforts, improving water security in rural India and showing courage and determination in his quest to improve the living conditions for those most in need.
Singh, born 1959, lives and works in the Indian state of Rajasthan. In close cooperation with local residents, he and his organization have revived several rivers, brought water and life back to a thousand villages and given hope to countless people.
A family atmosphere is a hallmark of the water quality industry. Many companies are family owned and operated, with water treatment knowledge and business values being passed from generation to generation.
A look at the water industry’s multigenerational family businesses