Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem brand, showcased its comprehensive portfolio of advanced applications at NGWA Groundwater Week 2022, Dec. 6-8 in Las Vegas. Through real-world applications, such as the virtual Xylem Farm platform and Wastewater Panel Wiring Simulator, as well as insights from its experts, GWT featured its cutting-edge products and solutions that solve key challenges in the residential potable water and wastewater categories, as well as water solutions for irrigation and agriculture. At Booth 801, Xylem also highlighted its corporate social responsibility initiative, Watermark, which is committed to providing and protecting safe water resources.
“Goulds Water Technology and Xylem continue to be leaders in providing solutions to residential and agriculture water challenges to ensure clean and safe water access,” said Jen Manswell, demand generation manager, residential and agriculture, Xylem. “As drinking water, contamination and infrastructure challenges continue to persist, groundwater professionals know they can count on us to deliver reliable innovations and applications for the modern groundwater industry.”
Groundwater Week 2022 attendees experienced interactive demonstrations, including the virtual Xylem Farm platform and the Wastewater Panel Wiring Simulator. The virtual Xylem Farm platform showed participants how to manage farm water effectively for productivity and profitability while the Wastewater Panel Wiring Simulator demonstrated how to successfully wire a wastewater panel.
In addition to demonstrations, Goulds Water Technology featured a number of its best-in-class products, which can help solve challenges like ensuring reliable performance for water pressure and wastewater applications, while enhancing efficiency, maintaining optimal performance and reducing energy consumption. Real-world illustrations of product applications were on display, including the ResiBoost Complete Packaged System, JS+ Jet Pumps, G Slimline Submersible Pump and more.
Attendees also learned more about Xylem’s Watermark program. Through its partnership with the Chris Long Foundation's Waterboys, Hometown H2O has helped provide clean water access to 12 families across the United States. Xylem’s Watermark program works with non-profits, like Waterboys and the Water Well Trust, to help provide education and equitable access to safe water and sanitation globally.
Booth visitors also participated in a water filter build to learn about Xylem’s partnership with BUILD People Worldwide, which supplies access to clean water and economic development education to families in rural Cameroon, Africa.
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