We spoke with a priest who ministers to the Montagnard people of Vietnam about his experiences with water shortage and cleanliness (or lack thereof). It’s an eye-opening clip and worth a few minutes of your time. View it below:
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.
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.
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?
With less than TWO weeks from the 2015 GreenBuild Expo in Washington DC, we want to make sure you have the chance to see the newest technologies water optimization at Booth #2803.
Don’t have a pass? No problem!
We’re offering free expo passes; click here.
To set up a private meeting, please email marketing at aquanomix dot com.
We are hiring Inside and Outside Sales Positions. Can you bring it? Check out our Careers page for more information.
Aquanomix is a featured speaker at this year’s Annual ARCSA Convention (American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association) in Long Beach, California.
Join us as we tell you what you’re doing wrong in your quest to conserve. 😉
Our 2015 Conference will focus on rainwater catchment for uses beyond the garden as well as using water supplies wisely. We will look at how rainwater catchment is one solution to mitigating drought and decentralizing stormwater pollution.
Our dear friend and Board of Advisor Member, Colin Frayne, of the Association of Water Technologies, is the keynote speaker for this year’s event. Mr. Frayne has a great depth of experience with reusing water, water management, and water shortages around the world. Depth. See what we did there??
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