Aquionics appoints Greg Brunette as regional sales manager for west region

May 8, 2014

ERLANGER, Ky. — The appointment will consolidate Aquionics' presence in the municipal water and wastewater market.

ERLANGER, Ky. — To meet increased demand for its UV disinfection technology, Aquionics has appointed Greg Brunette as regional sales manager for its municipal water and wastewater systems in the western region of North America, according to a press release.

Brunette will be responsible for growing sales in the region through a combination of direct sales, building and managing a first-class distributor network and giving seminars and technical talks at conferences and sales meetings, reported the release.

He will also be the ‘go to’ market expert for local representatives and industry leaders, the release noted.

With over 20 years’ experience of technical sales in the process industries, continued the release, Brunette knows the municipal market in the western United States and Canada very well and has presented papers at many of the leading regional shows and conferences, including HWEA and A&WMA.

According to the release, Brunette joins Aquionics from Robinson Group LLC/Applied Filter Technology Inc., where he was Western regional sales manager.

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