Music to Your Ears: Rob’s Speech Today!

Stop by Booth 105 and check us out at IBCon!

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It’s Day 2 of IBCon, and that means it’s time for Rob to fulfill his duties as featured speaker. He’ll be doing so at the UPDATED TIME of 10:45. The topic of the discussion is “Connected Water: Monitoring and Managing Go High-Tech.” Come on out and let him deliver a Symphony™ of knowledge to you!

Today’s the Big Day!

There’s a big day ahead for Aquanomix. Not only will we be presenting at IBCon at the San Jose Convention Center’s Gateway Pavilion in Booth 105, but Jonathan Garrick will be speaking at the American Water Works Association’s ACE16 at 4:30 PM on the topic “The Perfect Marriage: Water Quality & Energy Data Together at Last” at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago. Hope to see you there!

 


We’re Going to American Water Works Association’s ACE16!

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Watch out, Windy City- Aquanomix is coming! We’ll be presenting at ACE16 in Chicago, IL on June 22nd. Our very own Jonathan Garrick will be speaking on “The Perfect Marriage: Water Quality & Energy Data Together at Last” at 4:30 PM at the McCormick Place Convention Center. You don’t want to miss this!

For more info, click here.

PRESS RELEASE- Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

 

Aquanomix Technology Implemented in Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Water reuse system installed in newest Smithsonian museum

 

Davidson, NC- June 8, 2016- Aquanomix, a leader in water reuse technologies, is proud to announce that it has made its mark on history in its installation of a water reuse system at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Aquanomix installed a water reuse system with a 119,000 gallon cistern and 15,000 gallon day tank with a 100 GPM filtration pumping station and 150 GPM triplex booster pump. The system reclaims groundwater, rainwater, and stormwater for use in toilet flushing, irrigation, and fountain makeup. Peak water use by the NMAAHC is expected to be 25,000 gallons per day.

 

“We’re humbled to have been selected as the provider of water reclamation equipment for this historic project,” says Aquanomix managing partner Robert O’Donnell. “The Smithsonian Institution houses some of the world’s greatest treasures. This monumental effort to bring the NMAAHC museum to fruition allows this tradition to continue. We eagerly await opening day.”

 

The $500 million, 350,000 square foot museum, which opens September 24, occupies the last remaining space on the National Mall and is the sole national museum dedicated entirely towards African American history and culture.The NMAAHC had been in the making for nearly a century before finally being authorized by legislation in 2003.

 
About Aquanomix
Aquanomix is an environmental technology company that delivers water optimization and energy saving platforms for HVAC related piping systems. Aquanomix has pioneered the emerging water reuse market in the U.S. HVAC marketplace. The company delivers the building’s water quality and heat exchanger efficiency data into a single portal, straight into the rightful hands of the owners and operators. Aquanomix is committed to smarter water and energy use today as a solution for a greener tomorrow. For more information, please visit www.aquanomix.com or contact Aquanomix press at marketing@aquanomix.com.

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This little thing called IBCon…

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Maybe you weren’t aware, but Aquanomix is going to be at IBCon from June 22-23. Not only will we have a booth to show off Symphony, but managing partner Rob O’Donnell will be a featured speaker on the 23rd! Come on out and visit us in San Jose in just a few weeks for the conference.

For a printable PDF of the flyer pictured above, click here.

Optimize Your Day by Reading Rob’s New Article!

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Looking for a good read? We’ve got you covered! Managing partner Rob O’Donnell penned an article for Realcomm EDGE’s May 2016 issue, which is now available online for your reading pleasure. The article, focused on the economic and environmental benefits of managing your water, begins on page 37 and is titled “Managing Water Makes Dollars and $ense.”

Check it out here!

On Our Case… Study

An Aquanomix case study regarding our work on the Duke Energy McGuire Nuclear Site will be featured as a part of IBCon 2016. If you can’t make it out to Silicon Valley for the conference itself, you can read all about our water system management optimization innovations here.

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Clients Are Raving!

Not to brag, but T5 Data Center in Kings Mountain, SC installed Symphony in 2015 and recently published a page on their website about how much they love it. (Okay, we’re bragging.) The author of the page, Bill Brink (also pictured below) describes Symphony as “an accurate water evaluation which can be used to hold the water treatment company accountable” and writes that “by controlling the chemicals real time, we significantly reduced the buildup of sediment in the chillers. Our tubes were clean and required little attention, cutting the tube punching time and scrapping down to a minimum.” Thanks for the shout out, T5, and we’re glad we could help improve your facility!

Read the full text here.

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We’re Going to Silicon Valley!

Aquanomix will be returning to IBCon for their 2016 conference in Silicon Valley from June 22-23! We will be hosting Booth 105 at the Gateway Pavillion, and our very own Rob O’Donnell will be a featured speaker for the event. So, who’s down for a road trip?

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