ChemTreat acquires water treatment provider Trident Technologies

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SAN DIEGO, CA, Jan. 11, 2010 -- ChemTreat Inc. announced that it has acquired Trident Technologies Inc. and Trident Technologies S.A. de C.V., leading providers of water treatment products and services in Southern California and northwestern Mexico.

"We are creating a new and dynamic force within the Southern California and Mexican Industrial and Commercial & Industrial water treatment markets."

Trident Technologies, headquartered in San Diego, CA, provides water treatment solutions for a diverse range of commercial, institutional and industrial markets. Unique product and service offerings concentrate on water and resource management with particular focus on "Green" technologies.

ChemTreat is one of the largest providers of industrial water treatment in the United States with revenues in excess of $250 million. As part of the Water Quality Group of Danaher Corporation, ChemTreat/Trident joins Hach, Trojan and other companies in the growing sector of the water market.

John Nygren, ChemTreat's President, said: "We are creating a new and dynamic force within the Southern California and Mexican Industrial and Commercial & Industrial water treatment markets."

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