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Company will integrate those resources into its Headworks Bio group
A global company based in Houston has expanded its ability to help produce reuseable water for people in drought or poverty conditions around the world.
Headworks, Inc., producer of water treatment products and technologies, announced that it has acquired the business of Hydroxyl Services, Inc. of Canada. The company is integrating those resources into its Headworks Bio group, which produces systems to turn wastewater into useful water needed across the globe.
“A major cause of health and economic problems is lack of disease-free water for washing, irrigation and commercial use in many parts of the world, and Headworks has the technology to help solve these problems,” said Michele LaNoue, chief executive of Headworks.
Hydroxyl engineers and scientists will be added immediately to Headworks Bio staff to accelerate work on reuseable water systems, LaNoue said.