News | June 1, 2019

Dr. Mirka Wilderer Named CEO Of De Nora Water Technologies

Source: De Nora
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Global leader of sustainable technologies, De Nora has named Dr. Mirka Wilderer to lead the company’s Water Technologies group as chief executive officer effective June 1, 2019. Dr. Wilderer, who replaces retiring predecessor Theo Brandes, joined De Nora in February 2019 as global integration director. De Nora Water Technologies is a leader in disinfection and filtration technologies, with a global footprint that includes offices in Europe, United States, Japan, China, Singapore, and Brazil. Dr. Wilderer is committed to bolstering the company’s revenue growth with geographic and application market expansion, technology advancements, and improved processes that will bring an enhanced 21st century experience to De Nora Water Technologies global customer base.

“We are thrilled to have Mirka on the De Nora management team,” offered De Nora CEO, Paolo Dellachà. “She brings years of success applying innovative solutions to leading change and managing business transformation. I’m confident that her exceptional leadership skills and a gift for fostering cross-functional collaboration will be a perfect fit for our growing Water Technologies business. As we approach De Nora’s 100-year anniversary, Mirka’s demonstrated success, enthusiasm, and entrepreneurial mindset is the fresh approach we need to achieve our goals and lead us into another century of providing sustainable technologies.”

Born and raised in Germany, Dr. Wilderer has fifteen years of water industry experience in numerous countries in Europe and Asia, moving to the United States in 2009. She holds a doctorate in international management.

“I’ve spent my life surrounded by people with a passion and pride for caring for water, beginning with my parents who were devoted water professionals,” said Wilderer. “With a real passion for international management, I am delighted to be a part of a company with a truly global footprint - a presence around the world including emerging markets like China, Japan and Brazil. I’m honored to be part of the De Nora team, known for its reliability and responsiveness to our customers. My vision for De Nora Water Technologies is to surge ahead in the market by leveraging the talents, experience, and commitment of our global team. Our goal is to become the partner of choice to sustainably treat a resource that touches each of our lives, making water easy for our customers.”

The pioneer of modern electrochemistry technology, De Nora brings a long history of innovation to familiar water treatment products like the Capital Controls® original all-vacuum gas chlorinator, which introduced groundbreaking chlorination safety in 1960 and continues to be the industry benchmark today. De Nora applies decades of product innovation and experience to a growing portfolio of disinfection and filtration technologies, including Capital Controls ozone and advanced oxidation, ClorTec® on-site hypochlorite generation, and MIOX® mixed oxidant generation. A trusted name for more than 55 years, DE NORA TETRATM filtration technologies include DeepBed™ filters, Denite® denitrification systems, bioreactors, and underdrains. De Nora Water Technologies serves global water and wastewater treatment customers in the municipal, industrial, marine, and oil and gas markets.

About De Nora
De Nora is an Italian multinational leader in sustainable technologies that offers energy saving products and water treatment solutions. Globally De Nora is the major provider of electrodes for electrochemical processes in the Chlorine & Caustic, Electronics & Surface Finishing and Renewable Energy Storage and is among the leaders in technologies and processes for the filtration and disinfection of water. It serves clients in 119 countries worldwide with 19 offices, 12 manufacturing facilities, and three research & development centers in Italy, the USA and Japan. The Group intellectual property portfolio currently contains 350 patent families with more than 3,000 territorial extensions and about 90 trademarks all over the world.

SOURCE: De Nora