World Water Works celebrates 20 years since founding

The company celebrates and reflects on successful operations and growth since its founding in 1998.

SOURCE: WORLD WATER WORKS.
SOURCE: WORLD WATER WORKS.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, DEC 21, 2018 -- World Water Works, Inc., an innovative wastewater treatment solutions provider headquartered in Oklahoma City, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Since its founding, the company has helped provide industrial and municipal customers with innovative wastewater treatment solutions that deliver clean water, recover resources and save money.

"We have come a long way since the company started, and we are very excited about our future as the company continues to grow," said Kyle Booth, chief operating officer for World Water Works. "We're appreciative of our valued clients for the opportunities to provide them with our solutions and to our employees for their hard work along the way."

The company was founded in December 1998 upon a mission that still stands today: to purify the future world environment. Working hand in hand with customers, World Water Works designs, builds, implements and optimizes its wastewater treatment solutions to help customers meet today's challenges while preparing for tomorrow's water needs.

World Water Works was incorporated in the state of New York and added an office in Oklahoma City in 2003. By 2008, the company decided to bring manufacturing in-house to provide clients with better service and reduced lead times. The company purchased a state-of-the-art facility in 2011, which serves as its headquarters and fully integrated manufacturing facility today. The company also has offices located throughout the U.S., India and the United Arab Emirates.

World Water Works' products and technologies are now in use on all of the major continents in both industrial and municipal settings. Working with clients to meet and exceed their individual needs and pertinent state and federal effluent requirements, World Water Works is proud to partner in the success of all its clients over the past 20 years.

For more information, visit worldwaterworks.com.

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