USFilter Launches Redesigned Website
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USFilter has announced the launch of its redesigned website: www.usfilter.com. The site features new tools and provides facts about water technologies, services and solutions for water treatment professionals such as consulting engineers, city engineers, and plant managers at municipal and industrial water treatment facilities.
Within the site, visitors can find technical information about drinking water, wastewater and high purity/process water systems and services by industry, product name or water treatment need. The USFilter Problem Solver, an intuitive search engine, offers comprehensive service and technology solutions, by responding to site visitor's questions about water treatment problems. The site:
• allows direct access to USFilter's water experts
• catalogs USFilter's vast technology and service offering
• allows easy access to current product and service information
• provides company news and information
• offers downloadable information and literature
"Over the last several years, we met with our clients, customers and partners within the water industry to develop a site to meet their needs. We feel the site will bring added value and greater service to our customers and partners by allowing them to interface more quickly and efficiently with us, and by providing comprehensive and cutting-edge water treatment information," said Andy Seidel, president and chief operating officer Vivendi Water North America.
USFilter is a Vivendi Water company, the leading global provider of commercial, industrial, municipal and residential water and wastewater treatment systems, products and services, with operations in more than 100 countries.

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