RWL Water and Praxair Announce Joint Marketing Agreement

March 9, 2016
Companies will market portfolio of technologies for aerobic treatment of wastewater

RWL Water, a water, wastewater and reuse applications company, and Praxair, Inc., a supplier of industrial gases and applications technologies, have announced a joint marketing agreement for the sale and distribution of products and systems that apply pure oxygen for wastewater treatment.

RWL Water’s expertise in desalination, wastewater aeration and treatment, waste-to-energy, and recovery and reuse for industries and municipalities complements Praxair’s ability to supply industrial gases and technology. The combined offerings will provide several benefits to municipalities and industries including increased capacity, reduced sludge volume, lower energy consumption and improved nutrient removal.

“This cooperation with Praxair brings customers proven pure oxygen aeration equipment, the application knowledge to maximize treatment system advantages and the capability to reliably provide the industrial gases needed to support the installation,” said Peter Gross, CEO, U.S.A. Operations of RWL Water.

“Together, RWL Water and Praxair will be able to offer plant operators an unrivaled portfolio of technologies and equipment for the aerobic treatment of wastewater,” added Roman Grosman, national business development director for Praxair. “By providing tools that enhance our customers’ processes, Praxair continues to deliver on its mission of making our planet more productive.”

Source: RWL Water

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