Bjerringbro, Denmark — George Green III, Chairman and CEO of Water Missions International (WMI) and his son George Green IV, Vice President, recently met with Grundfos leadership at the world headquarters of Grundfos Pumps, Corp. to explore new ideas to continue bringing clean drinking water to impoverished peoples throughout the world. The two companies share a common vision in their humanitarian efforts to provide safe drinking water to poor villages.
These efforts compliment the Grundfos LifeLink project which is dedicated to bringing clean drinking water to remote third-world countries, utilizing the Grundfos SQFlex submersible solar pump.
WMI is a nonprofit engineering organization based in Charleston, South Carolina. WMI’s state mission is to provide sustainable access to safe water in developing countries and disaster areas. Their organization has provided clean drinking water for more than 1.5 million people in 40 countries around the world. WMI specializes in reliable low maintenance solar panel based pumping solutions and simple but rugged state of the art filtration systems. For solar projects WMI has standardized on the Grundfos SQFlex solar pump as the dependable heart of the pumping system.
Grundfos and Water Missions International will continue building their partnership and seek fresh approaches to compliment each others efforts in new and innovative ways.
For further information on Water Missions International, visit www.watermissions.org.
For more information on Grundfos Pumps, Corp. , visit the website at www.grundfos.us
ABOUT GRUNDFOS PUMPS:
Grundfos Pumps Corporation, part of the Grundfos Group, is a global pumps and pumping systems leader serving the residential, commercial building and process-industry markets, as well as being a major supplier to the water-supply and water-treatment industries. Grundfos is known for advanced products, technology and brands including Alldos, Hilge, PACO Pumps, Peerless Pumps, and Yeomans Chicago Corporation. Producing over 10 million pumps each year, Grundfos strives to improve reliability and energy savings, and to exceed customer needs wherever water moves. Grundfos is focused on innovative, sustainable solutions while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Founded in 1945 in Bjerringbro, Denmark, The Grundfos Group is a worldwide enterprise that employs more than 18,000 people in 81 countries with North American headquarters in Olathe, Kan.
For more information, visit the website at www.grundfos.us