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Pure H2O, Inc., a provider of advanced water and wastewater treatment systems, announced that they have applied for membership in the National On-site Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA). Panesar, secretary of Pure H2O, said, “we felt it important at this time to link up with a recognized organization like NOWRA in order to gain greater exposure for our Company and its products.”
Panesar also said that “NOWRA is the largest organization in America dedicated to educating and representing members within the onsite and decentralized wastewater industry. Given some of the sizeable projects that we are presently negotiating, NOWRA was a logical choice as the wastewater organization that best fit our needs.”
NOWRA has also developed strategic partnerships and/or alliances with the Water Quality Association, National Ground Water Association, National Environmental Health Association, the Environmental Protection Agency and many regional and state on-site water associations.