AWC® Hosts Membrane Autopsy Workshop organized by ALADYR
PLANT CITY, FL. — American Water Chemicals (AWC®) is a Public Water System supplier and laboratory diagnostics service, well known for its educational partnerships and workshops within the industry.
AWC® was proud to host a Membrane Autopsy Workshop organized by ALADYR (Asociacion Latino Americana de Desalacion y Reuso) at our facility in Plant City, Florida. The 25 attendees consisted of End Users, System Integrators and Engineering Companies from various countries in Latin America.
This workshop was made with the intent to help drive excitement, knowledge, and discovery in desalination and water treatment. Our industry can be overlooked or go unseen due to the steep learning curve of scientific terms and analysis, but we have a duty to promote and grow this industry and bring in new members of the scientific community. Water filtration and the sustainability of water becomes more important year over year.
We are happy to work with ALADYR as a member of the organization and continually support its goals. Its purpose is to promote, protect and develop technologies and projects in desalination and water treatment, water reuse and low consumption standards for sustainability and environmental respect by bringing people together to share their knowledge and experience in order to deliver a better water future for Latin America and the rest of the world.
AWC® has been a member of ALADYR since 2016 and we will continue to proudly support ALADYR and their objectives.
About American Water Chemicals
American Water Chemicals® (AWC) was created in 1993 by a group of membrane desalination experts in response to the demand for more reliable water treatment chemicals and membrane-related technical services.
Over the years, their unique understanding of water chemistry has earned them a worldwide reputation for resolving complex operational issues, and improving membrane pretreatment processes. AWC® has become renowned as one of the most trusted suppliers of membrane chemicals for Reverse Osmosis/Nanofiltration (NF/UF) and Microfiltration/Ultrafiltration (MF/UF) systems.
To learn more about American Water Chemicals, their efforts, their upcoming workshops, and their services visit https://membranechemicals.com/.
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