Industry News - November 2019

Anue Water Technologies names new senior sales manager

Anue Water Technologies announced the addition of Sharon Paterson as senior sales manager. She joins Anue with 15 years of wastewater industry experience, having most recently served in business development and marketing positions with Seaglass Consulting, Veolia and Envirosuite. Paterson earned her bachelor’s degree in communications at Calumet College of St. Joseph in Indiana and her MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. 

Sharon Paterson

Liberty Pumps names new president

Liberty Pumps announced that the board of directors elected Robyn Brookhart to the position of president. She replaces Charlie Cook who will remain CEO and chairman. She has been with the company for 22 years and has served in a variety of positions including sales and marketing, customer service, and manufacturing. Most recently she has been the company’s executive vice president, as well as its chief operating officer, a position she will retain.

Robyn Brookhart

Xylem advances commitment to sustainability, announcing 2025 signature goals

Xylem announced a set of goals that advances the company’s sustainability commitment across three fronts: serving its customers, building a sustainable company and empowering communities through social impact initiatives. The new goals were published in Xylem’s 2018 Sustainability Report: Creating a Water-Secure World. Highlights of the goals to achieve by 2025 include helping solve water affordability and scarcity issues, addressing the planet’s resilience against climate change, building a sustainable company and empowering communities. 


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