provides a broad introduction and overview of current industrial European mobile
water requirements by operators and how market trends are influencing future
discusses the reasons why a change of perspective is required when assessing
the needs for industrial water supply within operating sites, and why the rental
model is especially attractive to substitute conventional procurement models
technology and service offerings can help you effectively navigate the
challenges ahead, including increased regulation and environmental challenges
- The critical nature of process water in
ensuring successful industrial operations and an effective plant
The webinar starts at 12 noon.
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13:00 - Webinar End
Mark Dyson: General Manager, Mobile Water Services - Europe
Mark Dyson is
the General Manager for Mobile Water Services - Europe. Mobile Water Services
is a service offering of Veolia. Mark’s career started in the water treatment
industry in 1982. During this time he has lived and worked within the UK,
Germany, USA and Kenya where Mark has managed the development of water business
organisations for a number of major water treatment companies.
in both emerging and developed markets Mark has been with Veolia for nine
years both leading the sales and marketing team for Veolia’s Industrial,
Scientific and Healthcare process water division in the UK, leading the
technical community for the development of new services and products across
Europe and also managing the commercial and operations teams for the Mobile
Water Services team across Europe.
Mark holds a
BSc in Engineering and Management from Brunel University and an MBA from the
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