Badger Meter, Watertech announce channel partner agreement

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MILWAUKEE, WI, June 26, 2014 -- Badger Meter, a global innovator and manufacturer of flow measurement and control solutions, has entered into a channel partner agreement with Watertech of America, a total system management provider for the treatment of water and wastewater in industrial and commercial markets.

Through the strategic partnership, Watertech will recommend Badger Meter Flow Instrumentation products to its existing customers in energy, food & beverage, healthcare, commercial/institutional, and medium industry.

Both companies are members of The Water Council, which includes a network of more than 150 water technology companies working together to succeed in the world water marketplace. Badger Meter is a founding company, and Watertech has held membership since the organization's inception in 2007.

Based in Milwaukee, Wis., The Water Council is the only organization of its kind in the United States and, through its confluence of expertise and resources, is establishing the region as a World Water Hub for research, economic development and education.

"This channel partner agreement is significant not only because Watertech of America will be recommending Badger Meter products, but also because it demonstrates the power of Water Council companies working together and supporting one another," said Richard A. Meeusen, chairman, president and CEO of Badger Meter and co-chair of The Water Council. "For both of our companies, conservation is the ultimate priority."

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About Badger Meter

An innovator in flow measurement and control products, Badger Meter serves water utilities, municipalities and commercial and industrial customers worldwide. Measuring water, oil, chemicals, and other fluids, Badger Meter products are known for accuracy, long-lasting durability and for providing valuable and timely measurement data. For more information, visit www.badgermeter.com.

About Watertech of America

Located in Greenfield, Wis., Watertech of America combines total system management with chemical and equipment expertise for the treatment of water and wastewater for the industrial and commerical markets. For more information, visit www.watertechusa.com.

About The Water Council

Created by leaders in both business and education, The Water Council is convening the region’s existing water companies and research clusters, developing education programs to train talent, and building partnerships that cut across all sectors and geographic boundaries. The Water Council believes it can advance Milwaukee’s global position by becoming a magnet that attracts creative talent, innovative ideas and is recognized as a World Water Hub for research, education and economic development. For more information, visit www.thewatercouncil.com.

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