Charger Water Treatment Products opens New Hampshire branch
Charger Water Treatment Products has opened its eighth location in Bedford, N.H. The new branch will be managed by Steve Waspe, who brings 20 years experience in the water treatment industry, and will serve New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. The other branches of Charger Water Treatment Products are located in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Texas and Florida.
Intellectual property rights feature new systems designs, technology platforms and patents
Axeon Water Technologies announced the acquisition of assets and intellectual property rights of a leading systems manufacturer. The company, formerly known as Pure-O-Tech, is a manufacturer and full service provider of commercial and industrial reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ozone and filtration systems. For more than a decade, Pure-O-Tech has provided comprehensive system designs and engineered solutions to customers for a variety of applications.
New website designed to be user-friendly and simple to navigate
Filtronics Inc. announces the launch of its new we site, designed with a user-friendly presentation of information regarding its municipal and industrial water treatment products and services.
Palframan promoted to senior vice president and general manager of RainSoft
Andrew Palframan was promoted from vice president to senior vice president and general manager of RainSoft. He will continue to report to Cal Stuart, president and CEO of Aquion Inc., the parent company of RainSoft.
Program will provide households with better sanitation services and new or improved access to drinking water
A $500 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) will help finance a program to provide 516,000 people in northern Argentina access to improved wastewater treatment services.
The program aims to improve the coverage and efficiency of drinking water and sanitation services in areas of Argentina’s Norte Grande region, where such services are inadequate or nonexistent. Projects will also improve the operational and financial management of service providers and strengthen provincial entities operating in the sector.
Policy brief outlines necessary actions to ensure safe and clean drinking water in Sub-Saharan Africa
A new policy brief recommended how governments, non-state actors and communities in sub-Saharan Africa can contribute to meeting the United Nations’ 2015 Millennium Development Goal on ensuring safe and clean drinking water.
Funds will help develop water treatment methods to keep contaminants out of drinking water
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced almost $1.5 million in funding to three universities to develop sustainable drinking water treatment methods. The research grants are funded through EPA’s Science to Achieve Results program. These grants, which supplement last year’s grants to eight other universities, are intended to provide innovative treatment methods to protect people’s health by keeping harmful contaminants out of drinking water.
Meil promoted to vice president of finance and administration
Edward Meil has been promoted from corporate controller to vice president of finance and administration of Aquion Inc. His position with the company has been expanded to include the corporate human resources function and he will continue to report to Cal Stuart, president and CEO of Aquion.
Three students won for their research on how clay can be used to remove and recover pollutants from wastewater
H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden presented the 2012 Stockholm Junior Water Prize at an award ceremony at the World Water Week in Stockholm. The winners were students Luigi Marshall Cham, Jun Yong Nicholas Lim and Tian Ting Carrie-Anne Ng from Singapore.
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