Natural Systems Utilities appoints new CEO

Natural Systems Utilities, LLC, a distributed water infrastructure company, has appointed Robert D. Dixon as its chief executive officer and board director.

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ, Dec. 1, 2014 -- Natural Systems Utilities, LLC (NSU), a distributed water infrastructure company, has appointed Robert D. Dixon as its chief executive officer and board director.

Dixon has over 30 years of growth management experience, including serving as CEO of Seven Seas Water Corporation, a global developer of water and wastewater treatment plants, and as senior vice president of Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., which uses full-service business models to serve energy, electronics, chemicals, steel, and manufacturing customers around the world.

Dixon helped Seven Seas to expand into several international markets and increase its revenues by 40 percent. Prior to this, he served on the executive committee at Air Products, where managed the Merchant Gases business, which operated over hundreds of onsite facilities in over 40 countries, as well as all of the company's major joint ventures internationally.

Earlier, Dixon served as president of Air Products Asia, based in Singapore, where he ran the company's business throughout the Asian region. Among other management positions held at Air Products, he spent several years as the leader of the business development team for the company's power generation business.

Dixon received his Master of Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University; his B.S. in Business Administration from Miami University, Ohio; and completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He currently serves on the board of Generac Holdings, Inc., an international designer and manufacturer of generators and other engine powered products.


About Natural Systems Utilities


Natural Systems Utilities is a technology differentiated infrastructure company providing higher value, lower impact water and energy solutions for communities and industries. The company is a market leader that is rapidly mainstreaming the benefits of distributed systems as a widespread alternative to, and effective hybrid retrofit of traditional, less efficient centralized infrastructure. For more information, visit www.naturalsystemsutilities.com.

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