Canadian Bottled Water Association appoints new president

March 17, 2014

BROCKVILLE, Ontario — John Worsnop, plant operator at Culligan Eastern Ontario Water Technology, is the new president.

BROCKVILLE, Ontario — A new president has been appointed by the Canadian Bottled Water Association (CBWA), according to a press release.

John Worsnop, plant operator of Eastern Ontario Water Technology d.b.a. Culligan of Eastern Ontario, has been chosen to lead the trade association, reported the release.

Worsnop has dedicated the past 15 years of his career to the development of the bottled water plant at Culligan Eastern Ontario Water Technology, noted the release, and has spent the last several years serving on the board of directors for the CBWA promoting the industry on a much larger scale.

“I am very proud and excited to serve as the president of the Canadian Bottled Water Association,” said Worsnop. “Having worked at Culligan for over twenty years, the bottled water industry is a passion of mine.”

According to the release, Worsnop is the first Culligan dealer to be president of the CBWA.

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