Industry News - November 2022

Industry News - November 2022

Brad Doughty

Asahi/America introduces new field service technician

Asahi/America announced the addition of Brad Doughty to its technical field service team for all U.S. He will help train customers on using Asahi/America’s welding equipment to properly install the company’s single and double wall piping systems.

New content spotlights training

The training section of has been updated with all new content and features. It provides an overview of all Watts’ training, which includes instructor-led training offered at six Watts Learning Centers in the U.S. or through Lunch & Learns at customer sites. Trainers are experts in plumbing and flow control, drainage, water quality or HVAC and hot water, and customers can now request training through an online form. Quick online learning is available 24/7 at Watts Works Online. The platform hosts hundreds of self-paced eLearning modules. Continuing education courses, approved by ASPE and the AIA, enable engineers, architects and others to stay up to date on industry trends and advance their careers.

Duperon awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification

Duperon was awarded ISO Certification for its systems and processes under ISO 9001:2015. This marked the company’s first ISO audit, which it completed with zero findings. The ISO 9001:2015 certification sets the standard for a quality management system, which is achieved when an organization exhibits its ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

Jeffrey Kin
Steve Corless

Centrisys/CNP expands team

Centrisys/CNP has hired two new team members. Jeffrey Kin joined the company as applications and project management director, and Steve Corless came on board as electrical engineering director. In his new role, Kin leads a team managing bid quotes and the execution of contracts on new equipment purchases. Corless oversees Centrisys/CNP’s electrical department and is an integral part of the continuous advancement of equipment and service.

BlueTriton Brands joins The Water Council’s WAVE program

The Water Council announced BlueTriton Brands has signed onto The Water Council’s WAVE program, becoming the first company in the beverage industry to participate. BlueTriton is a North American provider of bottled water brands including Poland Spring, Ice Mountain and Pure Life. WAVE will help BlueTriton improve its enterprise-level water stewardship performance and public reporting, concluding with independent verification of its progress.  

Aaron Lewer
Brad Morgan
Dion Banks

Ecoremedy adds to management team

Ecoremedy, which designs complete biosolid drying and gasification facilities for wastewater treatment and other organic wastes, announced three new hires. Aaron Lewer serves as project engineer and brings more than 15 years’ experience designing, analyzing, testing and commissioning complex industrial systems in the food processing and laboratory automation industries. New Director of Business Development, Sales and Marketing Dion Banks has more than two decades of international business experience. And new field operations manager Brad Morgan brings more than 28 years’ experience as an engineering and maintenance management professional.


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