Water and Wastewater Industry News: July 18, 2016

Here's a quick roundup of this month's industry news. Track the industry's movers and shakers, learn about company acquisitions, get the skinny on new products and more.
Water and Wastewater Industry News: July 18, 2016

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LMK Technologies exec named to trenchless technology board
Rick Gage, vice president of sales at LMK Technologies, was named to the board of directors for the Midwest Society of Trenchless Technology. The nonprofit organization was established in 1998 to promote trenchless technology education and its benefits.

Cityworks adds three employees
Cityworks announced the hiring of Bridget Suda, Gregor Wilke and Larry Solien. Suda joined the sales department while Wilke and Solien became part of the client relations team. The company also promoted Greg Walters to a position in the client services department.

Wastequip announces dealer network for OEM parts division
Wastequip’s Go To Parts division signed exclusive agreements with 10 dealers covering the South, Southeast, Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions.

Franklin Electric VP named to Hydraulic Institute’s board of directors
DeLancey Davis, vice president of Franklin Electric and president of North America Water Systems, was appointed to the Hydraulic Institute board of directors.

Cretex Specialty Products redesigns website
Cretex Specialty Products redesigned its website, www.cretexseals.com. New features include mobile optimization, easier navigation, product landing pages, and representative and distributor locator maps.

Itron signs contract to improve water access in Mali
Itron signed a contract with Malian Drinking Water Supply Management Company, water provider to 160,000 customers in Mali, to help the utility improve its water supply and decrease non-revenue water.

Isuzu produces 30,000th N-Series gas truck
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America produced its 30,000th Isuzu N-Series truck on June 10 at the Spartan Motors facility in Charlotte, Michigan. Assembly of the N-Series gas trucks began at Spartan in April 2011.


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