RedZone Robotics strengthens wastewater asset management capabilities with acquisition of Cleanflow Systems
Maker of robotic wastewater inspection technologies RedZone Robotics has acquired Cleanflow Systems, a leading provider of wastewater condition assessment technologies based in New Zealand...
PITTSBURGH, PA, Sept. 13, 2011 -- Maker of robotic wastewater inspection technologies RedZone Robotics has acquired Cleanflow Systems, a leading provider of wastewater condition assessment technologies based in New Zealand.
The combination of the two companies will result in complementary assessment and analytics technologies that include solutions for the full range of wastewater infrastructure. This combined portfolio of products and services provides information that helps wastewater asset owners and their partners do a better job of delivering services, spend limited funds more wisely and ensure compliance with regulatory agencies.
"The combination of Cleanflow and RedZone makes sense for the business and for our customers. Together we can provide all of the tools required for our customers to make sense of the world's abundant wastewater collection systems, which are all too frequently out of sight and out of mind. The challenge here is to put the much needed information in the hands of wastewater managers so they can proactively manage their sewer infrastructure," said CEO Eric Close. "The combined offering gives collection system owners, as well as their engineering and contractor partners all of the tools they need."
Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.