Biwater appoints new chief financial officer

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Paul Stevens, Chief Financial Officer, Biwater Group


SURREY, UK, June 5, 2014 -- Biwater, the UK-based engineering, water and wastewater business, has announced the appointment of Paul Stevens, FCCA, as Chief Financial Officer.

Stevens will be responsbile for all aspects of the group's financial management. He will be overseeing the company's growth and development, as it continues to strengthen its longstanding client relationships in over 30 countries across the globe, whilst also conducting business in new territories worldwide.

Accordingly, Stevens joins Biwater as a seasoned finance professional, with vast experience working for multinationals in the construction, energy and utilties industries. Most recently, he was the Company Finance Director and Company Secretary for Dalkia Plc., the Global Energy and Outsourced Services Division of Veolia Environment.

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"Biwater appoints new president to desalination, membrane treatment sector"


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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