Michael Shaw, Director of Application Engineering at Nanostone Water, will be part of an expert panel discussing Existing and Emergent Opportunities for Ceramic Membranes at the Industrial Workshop on Separations Technology hosted by the Fraunhofer USA Center for Energy Innovation. The workshop will take place on September 27 at the University of Connecticut’s Innovations Partnerships Building in Storrs, Connecticut. For more information, please see https://www.fraunhofer.org/en/fraunhofer-usa-centers/center-for-energy-innovation.html.
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Nanostone Water, Inc. a leading global provider of ceramic membrane technology solutions for water and wastewater treatment plants, today announced that Jonathan Pressdee has been named Executive Vice President, Global Business Development, effective immediately.Read More
Waltham,MA, June •, 2020 – Nanostone Water, Inc. (“Nanostone”) is proud to announce it signed a strategic agreement with H2O Innovation, Inc. (“H2O Innovation”), a leader in customized water and wastewater treatment solutions using membrane technologies.Read More
We at Nanostone Water hope that you, your families, and your colleagues are safe and well. The COVID-19 outbreak has presented many changes in the way that we all operate. We share a collective concern about the health and safety of our communities, and recognize the challenges to our and our customers’ businesses that the spread of the virus has presented.
At this time, our company remains fully operational, and we are able to ship product on schedule. Our field service, engineering and sales professionals are fully accessible by phone, email or video conference, and we are dedicated to providing the same quality of service that our clients have come to expect. We look forward to continuing to serve our clients and our communities, and, on behalf of everyone at Nanostone Water, we wish you and your families good health as we all navigate this challenge together.