Nanostone Water Welcomes New Director of Project Management Seth Leiboh
Waltham, MA, November 1, 2018 – Today, Nanostone Water, a manufacturer of ceramic ultrafiltration membranes, announces the addition of Seth Leiboh as Director of Project Management. In this critical role, Mr. Leiboh will be responsible for the execution of Nanostone projects globally from contract to closure including coordination with customers to ensure a high-quality final product, delivered on-time and on-budget.
Mr. Leiboh comes to Nanostone Water with 14 years of experience in the Membrane Industry. In his previous roles, Seth has been on the leading edge of new technology development, and also brings to Nanostone his experience in project management, product development, and water treatment plant design. Previous experience includes roles at Siemens Water Technologies, now Evoqua, and seven years at Oasys Water, where he was Director of Application Engineering. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University.
Imran Jaferey, Chief Commercial Officer at Nanostone, states “We are excited to add Seth to our team, his skills and industry knowledge will be critical in successfully delivering our solutions to our customers. His track record for success will be a great benefit to Nanostone customers.”
About Nanostone Water
The CM-151TM ceramic membrane from Nanostone Water was launched in February 2017, and is a unique high surface area pressurized ultrafiltration monolith style membrane module with improved permeate flow efficiency and lower energy consumption versus currently available ceramic membranes. The form factor enables replacement of existing PUF hollow fiber modules with minimal system modifications. Together, with the improved energy efficiency, the high surface area and unique segmented construction drastically reduces cost of ownership, making Nanostone’s ceramic UF module competitive with polymeric UF/MF systems.Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, the company has ceramic manufacturing operations in Halberstadt, Germany. (www.nanostone.com)
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