News | July 11, 2017

Great Water Tech To Participate At AWWA-Ohio Section Seminar

Wolf Merker, Great Water Tech CEO, to Deliver Lecture Entitled “Water Chemistry and Technology: How Germany Limits Corrosion and Lead Contamination in Water Distribution Systems”

Great Water Tech Founder and CEO Wolf Merker will be delivering his presentation, “Water Chemistry and Technology: How Germany Limits Corrosion and Lead Contamination in Water Distribution Systems” as part of the American Water Works Association-Ohio Section Water Distribution Seminar on Thursday July 13, 2017 in Columbus, OH.

“I am excited about the opportunity to speak to the members of the AWWA-Ohio section,” said Wolf Merker. He continued, “These are the men and women, who day in and day out, work to ensure that consumers receive clean and safe drinking water. This is a great opportunity for Great Water Tech to present proven solutions to stakeholders in the Ohio water industry.”

The presentation will focus attention on the ever-increasing problem of lead contamination in the nation’s drinking water systems. Merker will provide background about real-life, time-tested solutions developed over two decades in the German water market, and proven methods to implement these solutions in the United States.

Patrick Rosenstiel, EVP of Sales and Marketing at Great Water Tech said, “Anytime Great Water Tech can provide information and a solution for these dedicated, community-focused and hard-working folks in the water industry, it’s a win.” He continued, “At the end of the day, we are here solely as a resource to the frontline personnel in the water delivery sector. If we can provide some insight, knowledge, and education about solutions to lead mitigation, I’ll chalk that up as a victory.”

About Great Water Tech
Great Water Tech is a water treatment technology company, with full rights to use Mösslein Wassertechnik’s products in the United States. Great Water Tech provides corrosion and contamination solutions for water infrastructure systems, potable water generation resources, and nutrient management solutions for lakes and ponds. For more information, visit http://greatwatertech.com/.

SOURCE: Great Water Tech