LOVES PARK, Ill., February 6, 2020 (Newswire.com) - WaterSurplus team members Craig Hall, International Sales & Surplus Procurement, and Sriram Sambasivam, Mechanical Engineer, will represent WaterSurplus as members of the U.S. Water Technology Business Delegation to India.
Working alongside representatives from the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Global Trade Mission will help WaterSurplus further connect with partners in the Indian water markets, help WaterSurplus learn about relevant policies, procedures and opportunities in India’s water and wastewater industry, and facilitate business-to-business matchmaking appointments with private sector organizations and government agencies.
Hall and Sambasivam will promote WaterSurplus’ OxiPlus line of filtration media as well as its newly patented technologies, NanoStack and ImpactRO, both of which aim to address hard-to-treat water by increasing efficiency and decreasing water footprint. Hall and Sambasivam are excited to further establish the WaterSurplus tradition of sustainability, innovation and international trade.
“This water delegation mission will help us establish sustainable solutions within effluent treatment plants that benefit Indian businesses and municipalities alike,” said Hall.
“Not only could these partnerships and solutions help optimize wastewater treatment plants but also help improve relevant environmental issues specific to many Indian regions, such as iron, manganese and arsenic removal,” said Sambasivam.
In 2019, WaterSurplus exported to over 50 countries. This global mission demonstrates WaterSurplus’ continued commitment to implementing sustainable solutions and partnerships on an international stage.
WaterSurplus offers sustainable water treatment solutions across industries and around the world. This includes engineering and design services, custom turn-key equipment solutions, NSF/ANSI 61 certified media filtration systems, a diverse rental fleet, and services such as plant optimization and membrane cleaning. Additionally, WaterSurplus created and maintains the leading global marketplace for buyers and sellers to create value by redeploying surplus water treatment equipment. For more information, please visit: watersurplus.com