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  • Evoqua To Help Penn State With Growing Water Needs
    water that s no longer an issue A key element of that water plan is Pittsburgh based Evoqua Water Technologies who will provide its industry leading adsorption systems that remove organic contaminants through 12 12 foot diameter high pressure vessels HP1230SYS In addition to the adsorption systems Evoqua will also supply approximately 360 000 pounds of its Westates AquaCarb AC1230C virgin coconut shell based granular activated carbon for use in the systems visit www evoqua com carbon for more detail This type of activated carbon is a high surface area carbon designed to remove a wide range of organic compounds and is used in drinking water home water filtration systems and industrial process water treatment systems where strict water quality specifications must be achieved Combined with other equipment through the system this will result in crystal clear high quality water for the campus drinking research and general water needs The selection of Evoqua s adsorption and granular activated carbon is part of a comprehensive study conducted by the University for its 2 4 million gallon a day water system which included the costs and benefits of multiple options and ultimately led to a balanced plan that includes a new water treatment plant and water distribution system upgrades The plan will allow the University to meet regulatory requirements operational demands and insurance carrier fire protection water storage standards The new water treatment plant will be located near the intersection of Big Hollow Road and Service Road on the north side of campus very close to Beaver Stadium The total project budget for the water treatment plant and distribution upgrades is 62 million with the majority of funding coming from the Commonwealth The Evoqua adsorption systems are scheduled to begin installation in January 2016 and are expected to be completed by October

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  • Evoqua Launches The Next Generation In Electrochemical Desalination
    Nexed modules provide cost effective treatment options such as consistent water quality with variable feed water parameters or partial removal of contaminants without the need for blending Because output quality can be manipulated by input power adjustments this tunable feature also allows for options to minimize footprint and provide for optimized energy consumption The base technology has proven unique features including low pressure quiet operation and tunable performance and lays the groundwork for even more benefits in the future Our Nexed system represents a breakthrough in electrochemical desalination said Ron Keating Evoqua Water Technologies CEO Through our R D efforts we have been able to bridge major technology gaps to make low cost effective and reliable desalination possible as well as lay the groundwork for even larger breakthroughs to come By overcoming the challenges to make the technology adjustable for the end user output quality can be manipulated by input power adjustments This tunable feature also allows for options to minimize footprint and provide for optimized energy consumption Nexed modules can be applied to a wide range of uses including sea and brackish water variable salinity applications and water re use options said Keating Technology Development History A collaborative project between Evoqua s Singapore and US R D teams engineers achieved new energy savings capabilities in a lab setting in 2008 which led to Evoqua winning the Singapore Challenge competition initiated by the country s government Since then Evoqua has been developing a commercial version of its process which was launched today In December 2010 Evoqua demonstrated that its process could reach 1 65 kwh m3 or nearly half the energy required with reverse osmosis at 3 kwh m3 Successful technology development has continued including the creation of a 50 m3 day demonstration system laying the groundwork for today s

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  • Xcel Energy Takes Environmental Stewardship To The Next Level With Evoqua’s Fish Protection Systems
    the protection of fish species and seasonal larvae Upon the completion of the installation which is expected to be operational in 2016 Xcel Energy is believed to be among only a handful of facilities in the country meeting impinged fish protection requirements of the U S EPA s new regulations implementing Section 316 b of the Clean Water Act which establishes requirements for cooling water intake structures to minimize adverse environmental impacts utilizing Best Technology Available BTA The requirement impacts 1 065 existing facilities across the U S including 544 power plants Xcel Energy s Black Dog generating facility will install eight Evoqua fish friendly screening systems utilizing the industry s only non metallic modified Ristroph baskets The Evoqua system prevents small fish from entering the plant s water intake and cooling system and returns them to the river allowing them to continue movement downstream The installation is expected to begin in the fall of 2015 and to be completed in 2016 If needed these baskets are capable of seasonally interchangeable fine mesh panels to protect larvae Xcel Energy s leadership in fish protection and in the installation at their Black Dog power generation facility takes that commitment to the next level said Dr Mirka Wilderer General Manager of Evoqua s Separation Technologies business Xcel Energy has been using our fish protection system at its Allen King Minn unit since 2007 but will now take that protection proactively to yet another site including the ability to swap in finer mesh screens if needed for seasonal larvae protection as well With this installation Xcel Energy and Black Dog will be in the forefront of the more than one thousand plants in the U S in terms of fish protection added Wilderer In addition to its fish protection efforts at Allen King Xcel Energy has been using an earlier version of Evoqua s fish and larvae protection system at its Prairie Island Minn facility since 1982 With the Black Dog upgrade Xcel Energy will install the latest technology that uses non metallic baskets which are up to 50 percent lighter than traditional steel baskets thereby reducing hanging weight motor torque and requiring substantially less maintenance and operating costs More information can be found at www evoqua com fishprotection Xcel Energy Sustainability Xcel Energy issues an annual corporate responsibility report to share with customers shareholders and other stakeholders the company s economic social and environmental impacts The full report can be found by clicking here http www xcelenergy com staticfiles xe Corporate CRR2013 About Xcel Energy Xcel Energy XEL is a major U S electricity and natural gas company with regulated operations in eight Western and Midwestern states Xcel Energy provides a comprehensive portfolio of energy related products and services to 3 5 million electricity customers and 1 9 million natural gas customers through its regulated operating companies Company headquarters are located in Minneapolis For more information visit www xcelenergy com About Evoqua Evoqua Water Technologies is the global leader in helping municipalities

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  • Evoqua To Help City Of Los Angeles With Water Reclamation In Face Of Drought
    is the global leader in helping municipalities and industrial customers protect and improve the world s most fundamental natural resource water The Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant Advanced Water Treatment Facility purifies tertiary effluent to produce purified water for indirect potable reuse applications which is especially important in the face of the ongoing California wide drought Terminal Island is the third Los Angeles water reclamation plant to produce reclaimed water for indirect potable reuse and one of the few plants in the country that produces water using full advanced treatment This exceptional quality water will soon be used as a potable water replacement in Los Angeles Harbor area industrial applications and as a barrier against seawater intrusion Evoqua will supply its more than 100 years of water solutions expertise as well as its Memcor CP System utilizing next generation hollow fiber membrane technology that allows operators more flexibility and simplified cleaning procedures saving the Bureau of Sanitation capital on cleaning material costs every year We have partnered with the City of Los Angeles for decades and we are honored to have been selected to be a part of this vital expansion said Ron Keating Evoqua Water Technologies Chief Executive Officer We look forward to continuing our work with the City of Los Angeles to help address water needs in the region The new Terminal Island Expansion is expected to add approximately eight million gallons day of filtrate capacity as pretreatment to the reverse osmosis and advanced oxidation process step Memcor products have become an industry leader in the global water and wastewater treatment markets with microfiltration and ultrafiltration solutions for drinking water water reuse wastewater desalination pretreatment and industrial process water The products are in use in thousands of industrial and municipal plants For more information visit www evoqua com

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  • Ben Stas Named Evoqua Water Technologies CFO
    s CEO and will be based at Evoqua s world headquarters in Warrendale Pa Ben is an outstanding business partner who I ve been fortunate to work with closely in the past said Keating We are fortunate to have someone with his skills knowledge and global perspective leading our financial organization as we look to profitably grow Evoqua around the world added Keating Over the course of his 18 years at Kennametal Stas served in key financial roles for the 3 billion supplier of tooling and industrial materials including VP Finance Business Groups In this role he was responsible for overall financial leadership and governance of Kennametal s business groups with operations in more than 60 countries In this position Stas was instrumental in navigating the company through the 2009 2010 economic downturn and implemented plans that helped set record financial performance Most recently he served as VP of Manufacturing for the Industrial Business segment which today is the company s largest and most profitable business with revenues of 1 6 billion across 27 manufacturing locations Stas also served as CFO of the Metalworking Solutions and Services Group CFO of Kennametal Europe where he was based in Switzerland Director of Global Manufacturing Finance Controller of Metalworking Americas and Sr Financial Analyst Global Sales Marketing Prior to joining Kennametal Stas worked for DuPont Co as a Plant Controller Accountant and Team Leader He holds an MBA from Duquesne University and a BS degree in business administration from Drexel University Stas his wife and two daughters live in Latrobe Pa Stas replaces Mark Roos who has served as interim CFO for the past year following Evoqua becoming a separate company in January 2014 Roos will continue to be a key asset to Evoqua working with Keating and company leadership on special initiatives

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  • Evoqua To Double Manufacturing Capacity And RD Footprint In Massachusetts
    new R D capabilities will include pilot production for new products prior to being placed into full manufacturing around the world The Tewksbury and Lowell expansions are expected to be operational in the Spring of 2015 The new Evoqua Tewksbury facility will manufacture a range of water treatment products including Evoqua s market leading Ionpure continuous electrodeionization CEDI modules its new electrochemical desalination technology and Capac impressed current cathodic protection anodes The expansion is largely prompted by market demand for Evoqua s CEDI technology across the globe Evoqua s Ionpure CEDI technology is used in process and product water treatment where reverse osmosis alone cannot provide the high degree of purity required It is widely used in the power electronics and pharmaceutical industries as well as in specialty laboratories The range of applications for our CEDI technology is widening and we are seeing the trend accelerate said Ron Keating CEO of Evoqua Water Technologies There is a clear movement by OEMs and end users toward this purification method and we are expanding to meet that demand Our expanded advanced manufacturing facilities will help us to keep up with the demand we are feeling as well as shortening lead times with our customers around the world added Rodney Aulick President of Evoqua s Products and Technologies division It s another example of our unmatched commitment to customer service worldwide The Evoqua Tewksbury facility which employs approximately 50 production operations support engineering and procurement personnel will be one of a dozen key production centers in the United States During construction an additional 30 jobs have been created in the region Evoqua is headquartered outside of Pittsburgh PA and has more than 170 locations globally including plants in Australia Canada Germany Italy Singapore and the United Kingdom Evoqua also has an unmatched service

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  • Evoqua Water Technologies Names Ronald C Keating Chief Executive Officer
    be appointed a member of the Board of Directors effective December 1 He joins the company from Contech Engineered Solutions LLC where he has been President and CEO At Evoqua Mr Keating succeeds Gary Cappeline Interim CEO and AEA Investors LP Operating Partner Mr Cappeline commented We were very selective in our approach to filling this role and I have utmost confidence in the leadership Ron will bring to the Evoqua team Following a short transition period Mr Cappeline will remain on the Evoqua Board Ron is a highly experienced executive who brings an outstanding strategic commercial and operational background as well as an impressive financial track record in leading several best in class companies said Martin Lamb Chairman of the Board of Directors of Evoqua I am excited to join the Evoqua team and to have the opportunity to lead a company with a long history of providing innovation and excellence in the water treatment industry Under AEA s ownership the company has become more empowered agile and reactive to market needs and I look forward to continuing that progress as we deliver on profitable future growth said Ron Keating Mr Keating will be located at Evoqua s headquarters which is being moved from Alpharetta GA to Warrendale PA also effective December 1 About Ronald Keating Mr Keating comes to Evoqua from Contech Engineered Solutions LLC which is owned by private equity serving for six years as President and Chief Executive Officer and one year as Chief Operating Officer before that Prior to Contech Ron filled various senior leadership roles at both Kennametal Inc and Ingersoll Rand Inc Ron earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and graduated with a B S in Industrial Distribution from Texas A M About Evoqua Water Technologies LLC

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