Industry News - May 2013

Industry News - May 2013
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American Water Resources opens operations center

American Water Resources, subsidiary of American Water, opened its expanded operations center in Alton, Ill. Enlarged from 7,972 square feet to 20,427 square feet, the facility includes additional work stations, a network room, three coaching rooms, a training room and a conference room as well as wall monitors for use in meetings and coaching sessions to reduce the need for printing.

WesTech re-launches filter brands

WesTech Engineering re-introduced the Microfloc and General Filter brands to the municipal water treatment market. WesTech acquired the product lines in September 2012. The lines will continue to operate mainly from their facilities in Ames, Iowa.

SJE-Rhombus hires engineered solutions sales manager

SJE-Rhombus named Don Weirens engineered solutions sales manager. He has 20 years experience in the sales and marketing of water and wastewater controls, business development and manufacturing.

SAVI will manufacture products in US

Enviro-Care Co. of Rockford, Ill., will manufacture wastewater handling equipment for Italian-based SAVI srl. The agreement covers all SAVI products for sales distribution throughout North America.

Vermeer names leadership team

Vermeer named Jason Andringa president, forage and environmental solutions, and Doug Hundt president, underground and specialty excavation solutions. They will co-chair the executive team. Tony Briggs was named vice president, sales and distribution.

Kusters Water forms marketing agreement with CSO Technik

Kusters Water, a division of Kusters Zima Corp., reached an agreement to handle the marketing, sales, distribution, installation and servicing of CSO Technik’s Terminodour system within the United States, Canada and Mexico. CSO Technik, located in the United Kingdom, provides pollution solutions for wastewater treatment.

Alfa Laval acquires Air Cooled Exchangers

Alfa Laval acquired Air Cooled Exchangers, manufacturer of air-cooled heat exchangers. Based in Broken Arrow, Okla., ACE was founded in 1964.

Headworks International becomes global brand

Headworks, a provider of wastewater treatment processes and equipment, launched Headworks International as the parent company of subsidiaries Headworks BIO and Headworks Inc., reflecting the company’s global nature and potential for expansion. Headworks International, headquartered in Houston, Texas, has sales and engineering offices in Canada, the Middle East and India.

Koch hires commercial director, water and wastewater

Koch Membrane Systems hired Bill Musiak as commercial director, water and wastewater for North America. He will focus on growing the customer base and provide leadership for the company’s water and wastewater sales staff in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean.


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