Primary Flow Signal to participate in AWWA conference

Sept. 17, 2013

CRANSTON, R.I. — PFS will have a booth as part of the annual AWWA Ohio conference set for Sept. 18 in Toledo, Ohio.

CRANSTON, R.I. — Primary Flow Signal (PFS) — a designer and manufacturer of flow-metering solutions for water/wastewater — announced its participation in the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Ohio’s annual conference, according to a press release.

The conference takes place tomorrow, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the SeaGate Centre in Toledo, Ohio, and PFS will be demonstrating their products in booth #47.

“As a company dedicated to proven and traceable water and wastewater measurement, we are looking forward to exhibiting at Ohio’s 75th Annual AWWA Conference,” Bruce Briggs, president of PFS said in the release. “We invite water industry professionals and conference attendees to visit our booth to learn more about why there are tens of thousands of successful installations of our Venturi-type primary flow elements nationwide.”  

The AWWA is an international nonprofit education association that works to guarantee sustainable, safe drinking water.

This annual conference promotes the idea of water workers networking to continue making a difference in the Ohio drinking water supply.

Read the entire press release here.

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