LOS ANGELES, July 2, 2018 – PolyCera® Membranes, which develops and markets next-generation membrane technology for industrial wastewater treatment and process separation, has hired Chad Dannemann as Business Development Engineer, as it continues to invest in key staff to support its goal of accelerating growth in key markets around the world.
Mr. Dannemann brings more than 20 years experience in the water industry to his new position, with expertise in water purification and wastewater treatment and reuse. He has been involved in numerous membrane-based advanced water recycling and ZLD projects in design, project management, and business development capacities.
Prior to joining PolyCera, he held postions in business development, engineering and R&D, serving as Regional Director for Desalitech, Capital Sales Engineer at USFilter, Business Development Manager at Severn Trent, and R& D Manager at Ashbrook-Simon Hartley and Alfa Laval.
He holds several patents in the area of cloth media filtration and earned a Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering from McGill University.
“We are pleased to welcome Chad to PolyCera. His experience and expertise further strengthen our growing team and will be invaluable as we work together to make PolyCera a global leader in membrane process separation technology,” said Simon Marshall, CEO and President of PolyCera Membranes.
About PolyCera Membranes
A Water Planet company, PolyCera Membranes develops and markets next-generation membrane technology for industrial wastewater treatment and process separation, setting new standards in performance and total cost of ownership. Our PolyCera membrane filtration products deliver the highest quality of treatment with unrivaled reliability at the lowest lifetime cost. With more than 80 completed installations on three continents and an additional 27 trials running on six continents, we have established a growing global presence in just 18 months since launch of our award-winning PolyCera ultrafiltration products. Backed by an IP portfolio of 61 patents, we continue to expand the range of applications for our award-winning PolyCera membrane technology to include nano-filtration and chlorine resistant reverse osmosis membranes.
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