Biwater appoints new president to desalination, membrane treatment sector

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Biwater's Jorg Menningman (Photo credit: Biwater)

 

March 11, 2014 -- Biwater, a global provider of large-scale water and wastewater solutions, recently appointed Jorg Menningman as president of the company's Desalination and Membrane Treatment sector.

With over 30 years of experience in all aspects of water treatment, specializing in membrane and filtration applications, Menningmann is qualified to continue developing this area of Biwater worldwide.

Having spent considerable time on large-scale projects in the Middle East, among other regions, Menningmann understands the need to develop appropriate technological and financial solutions to help nations address their most pressing water-related challenges.

"Jorg Menningman will be an asset to the Group's desalination and membrane activities, overseeing the roll-out of new membrane applications in the U.S. and abroad," said Adrian White, Executive Chairman, Biwater International.

About Biwater

Biwater provides large-scale water and wastewater solutions for clients across the world.The company's desalination business serves both municipal and industrial clients. It is a premier membrane system manufacturer, particularly for large capacity systems, producing high purity drinking water. The company currently has more than 440 MGD of installed membrane treatment capacity globally. For more information, visit www.biwater.com.

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