Industry News: March 2020

Here's a quick roundup of this month's industry news. Track the industry's movers and shakers, learn about company acquisitions, get the skinny on new products and more.

Gregory Bock
Gregory Bock

Anue Water Technologies promotes Gregory Bock
Anue Water Technologies promoted Gregory Bock to the new position of vice president general manager. Previously, he served as Anue’s vice president operations since July 2018. In his new role, Bock will be responsible for operations and all commercial relations. This includes the company’s line of FORSe and Phantom systems for wastewater treatment through oxygen and ozone injection, remote digital telemetry systems, Enviroprep systems for rapid elimination of FOG and carbon-impregnated Anue geomembrane covers for cost-effective odor control.


Flomatic Valves releases new 2020 condensed valve catalog
Flomatic Valves introduce its new expanded 2020 condensed catalog and price list. Flomatic’s main valve product categories include check valves, foot valves, butterfly valves, swing check valves, air release/vacuum valves, plug valves, gate valves and a wide range of automatic control valves.


Grundfos and Augury sign partnership agreement
Grundfos and Augury, a data analytics company, are taking a step toward digitizing water and utility infrastructure worldwide by signing a long-term strategic partnership. Together, they will develop smart diagnostics solutions and services for Grundfos’ customers. The two companies have already been working together successfully over the past two years to test new products and service offerings across several markets and industries. Now, they are committing to offering a range of services and new business models enabled by connected equipment.


De Nora Water Technologies manager Kennedy expands role
De Nora Water Technologies announced the expanded role of Sean Kennedy, product technology manager, based in the company’s Philadelphia area office. Kennedy, who joined De Nora in 2019 to manage SORB inorganic contaminant removal technologies, will also manage the company’s UAT membrane filtration technologies. Combining both technologies under the same leadership reflects the company’s commitment to addressing the rising concern of increasingly contaminated water sources.


SEEPEX announces personnel changes

SEEPEX announced Ellyn Chaney has joined the team as the human resources manager; the promotions of Joey Cherry to director of operations, Jeannie Raymond to general manager for Stator Production, and John Salyers to regional sales manager; and the retirement of Mike Dillon, former president

Joey Cherry
Joey Cherry
Matt Dillon
Matt Dillon


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