Evoqua Launches Water One® Service Platform Nationwide
Dec 13, 2018
Evoqua represents an enhanced service model to transform customers’ water operations.
Evoqua Water Technologies , an industry leader in mission critical water treatment solutions, announced the national launch of its optimized Water One® service platform, which enables customers to outsource their water treatment systems and focus on their core business, while Evoqua manages the operation and maintenance of customers’ water treatment systems.
Water One is an enhanced service model that uniquely combines Evoqua’s water expertise, proactive service and proven technology with data intelligence to continuously improve customers’ water operation management. Benefits of a Water One solution include: system optimization, predictive and proactive service, and simplified, pay-by-use billing and pricing.
“With a global demand for better quality and easily accessible water, our aim is to provide our customers the right solutions and expertise to best achieve their water treatment objectives. We are leading the way with an innovative, groundbreaking service that reinvents the way customers interact with their water treatment supplier,” said Evoqua Chief Executive Officer Ron Keating. “With the Water One platform, customers tell us the water quality and quantity they need - and we do the rest. We like to say, Water One - and done.”
With Water One services, Evoqua determines the right technology and economic solution to meet customers’ on-site water requirements and from there, designs, builds, installs and maintains the systems. Additionally, Water One service utilizes real-time data analytics and remote monitoring capabilities to enhance Evoqua’s own predictive maintenance economics by optimizing the utilization, routes and scheduling of its service personnel.
“I like the idea that a team of experts is watching over our water system for us,” says Leonard Scinto, Director of Laboratory Services for North Shore Medical Center in Miami, Florida. “With Water One, Evoqua knows remotely if an issue arises that could put our water quality specifications at risk, and they arrive before a water quality issue occurs. The program works well for us. They’ve got our back 24/7.”
Evoqua has successfully implemented the Water One platform at hundreds of locations. The service is now available nationwide for customers in the industrial and municipal markets.
Evoqua Water Technologies is a leading provider of mission critical water treatment solutions, offering services, systems and technologies to support its customers’ full water lifecycle needs. Evoqua Water Technologies has worked to protect water, the environment and its employees for more than 100 years, earning a reputation for quality, safety and reliability around the world. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Evoqua operates 160 locations in eight countries and, with over 200,000 installations and 87 service branches, is a leader in North American industrial, recreational, commercial and municipal water treatment.
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