OKLAHOMA CITY –
World Water Works, Inc., an innovator in the wastewater treatment industry, recently announced the company’s sponsorship of WEFTEC 2016. The company will also participate as an exhibitor. Attendees can learn more about AvN™, inDENSE™ and BIOCOS® among other technologies at booth #4639. WEFTEC 2016 will be held September 26-28 at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.
“World Water Works is proud to be a sponsor at WEFTEC again this year,” said Mark Fosshage, CEO of World Water Works. “Our team is driven to help industrial and municipal customers find wastewater treatment solutions that perform better, recover resources and save money. We look forward to seeing current customers and helping new ones design their plant of the future today.”
World Water Works is also a founding sponsor of Jammin’4Water, a charitable concert featuring the amateur musical talents of water quality professionals. The concert will benefit the WEF Community Service Project, as well as water, sanitation and hygiene-focused organizations working for clean water access around the globe. The concert will take place on Saturday, September 24 at Generations Hall in New Orleans. Visit www.Jammin4Water.org for more information and to purchase tickets.
There are many opportunities to connect with company representatives throughout WEFTEC to learn more about results from recent installments, as well as our proven treatment systems such as Ideal DAF™, Ideal MBBR™ & IFAS and conDEA™ (Continuous Deammonification). Visit booth #4639 to design your wastewater treatment system to meets today’s challenges while preparing for tomorrow’s water needs.About World Water Works, Inc.
World Water Works is a leading manufacturer of specialized process and wastewater treatment technologies. With a focus on cost effective performance, flexibility, and durability, the company partners with clients to identify and create the most appropriate water treatment solutions. Since its founding in 1998, the company’s technology has cleaned more than 15 trillion gallons of water, facilitated the reuse of more than 2.5 trillion gallons and recovered millions of pounds of resources. For more information visit www.worldwaterworks.com