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Livermore, Calif.—Puronics, Inc. has established the Walter Polens Award to recognize its dealers for providing outstanding customer service. A leading water technology company headquartered in Livermore, Calif., Puronics acquired the Ionics Consumer Water Group in Jan. 2006.
The Walter Polens Award was created to honor the memory of Ionics’ co-founder, who died four years ago at the age of 81. In addition to starting Ionics in 1947, he was a past president of the Water Quality Association, as well as a board member of the Water Quality Research Council. The award will be given annually to the dealers that demonstrate the highest regard for the customer experience.
Puronics makes water treatment products for homes and businesses using technologies such as water conditioning, micro-filtration, reverse osmosis and ultra violet disinfection.