Nanostone Water Inc. is pleased to announce an expansion of its organization in India and the Southeast Asia region in order to better serve clients in the desalination, drinking water, industrial water, and wastewater reuse markets.
Dharmendra Raval has been named General Manager (Technical) – India & Southeast Asia. Dharmendra Raval is a Chemical Engineer with more than 28 years of experience in various segments of water and wastewater treatment in India as well as globally. Dharmendra possesses expertise in the design and development of complex treatment processes for large capacity seawater desalination projects, zero liquid discharge projects, ion exchange resin-based demineralization projects, industrial wastewater and recycle/ reuse projects. During his tenure, Dharmendra has served with industry-leading organizations like Shapoorji Pallonji, GS Inima, Triveni Engineering, Arvind Envisol, Ion Exchange etc. Dharmendra has also attended various management programs by IIM Ahmedabad and IIM Calcutta.
“The addition of Mr. Raval is a significant milestone on our long-term commitments to emerging markets in India & South East Asia. Mr. Raval’s insight and extensive technical experience will be integral in further driving the growth of our company as well as enhancing the value and service we offer our clients. I look forward to working with Mr. Raval.” said Preetha Nair, Managing Director – India & South East Asia.
“Observing the water and wastewater treatment industry for almost three decades, I am confident that Nanostone’s Ceramic Ultra Filtration will be game-changing technology. Nanostone’s unique value proposition will support the industry to achieve their goals towards improving recovery, lowering downtime, lowering its footprint, reducing CAPEX/OPEX, and improving environmental sustainability. I am happy to be part of Nanostone’s team and looking forward to a great response from the water and wastewater industry in India and South East Asia”, said Dharmendra.
About Nanostone Water
Nanostone Water’s advanced ceramic-based filtration solutions physically remove suspended solids and pathogens from even the most challenging waters with reliable, robust, and cost-effective processes while significantly reducing land and environmental footprints. The company operates an automated state-of-the-art module manufacturing plant in Germany and serves global desalination, municipal water treatment, and industrial water treatment markets from commercial offices in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the U.S.
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