Fred Wiesler, Director of Sales and Marketing, discusses his plan to increase the company’s profile and visibility. Wiesler will strengthen these efforts by preparing new product data sheets and sales literature. In addition, he said the company plans to develop a direct regional sales organization in North America and a distributor/agent organization in the rest of the world. QUA now has over 100 installations worldwide in municipal, power, petrochemical, food and beverage and pharmaceutical applications.
Green Button Alliance Launches Green Button Connect My Data (CMD)
The Green Button Alliance (GBA), which fosters the development, compliance, and adoption of the industry-standard Green Button energy and water data-access and -sharing protocol, recently (9/5) announced the launch of its Green Button Connect My Data (CMD) Certification Program for data custodians. Utilities providing customers access to their electricity, natural gas, or water data by utilizing the Green Button standard are now able to assure their programs are Green Button standards-compliant and meet goals for...
WesTech Equipment Featured in New Water Treatment Facility for Michigan's Genesee County Communities
In the wake of the clean water public health catastrophe in Flint, Michigan, a dozen communities in Flint’s own Genesee County are now receiving drinking water from a new water treatment facility. Supplied by water from Lake Huron via the newly-built, $274-million Karegnondi Water Authority (KWA) pipeline, the $72-million Genesee County Water Treatment Plant is equipped with the latest-generation process technology, including CONTRAFAST® high-rate sludge thickening clarifiers and CenTROL® gravity...
“Tariffs need to double” in the USA to tackle ageing infrastructure & water scarcity
12 October 2017 - A new White Paper, published by Global Water Intelligence (GWI) and the Global Water Leaders Group (GWLG) calls for further water and wastewater tariff increases across the USA, amid rate hikes driven by concerns for ageing infrastructure and water scarcity. The White Paper, entitled The Global Value of Water and published last month in partnership with Arup, includes results of The Global Water Tariff Survey 2017, with tariff data from 452 cities across the world, and commentaries from GWLG...
GWI’s New Market Intelligence Tool WaterData Enhances Water Sector Strategy and Planning
Global Water Intelligence (GWI) has announced the launch of a new platform designed to empower water businesses in strategy building, market assessment and competitor analysis processes. WaterData provides a comprehensive map of the municipal and industrial water and wastewater markets, both providing a top-level view of market trends and slicing the sector by region, technology domain, digital solutions and the industrial sectors. Supported by granular market size data, forecasts, databases and third party...
Big data, Sludge, and Privatisation: Outlook for water until 2022
The deployment of smart systems, big-data technologies, and decentralised solutions for water treatment is expected to grow in the next five years as ageing infrastructure, leakage management, and intelligent sewer networks rise up the utility agenda. At the same time, markets are opening up to private sector investment, according to an updated market insight report for the water industry, bringing great opportunities for players to gain access to new markets. The global water treatment and distribution market...