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Nalco Water acquires consulting firm ChemStaff

By Mary Page Bailey |

Nalco Water, the water-management business of Ecolab Inc. (St. Paul, Minn.; www.ecolab.com), has acquired ChemStaff, a privately held provider of strategic consulting and engineering solutions for the global power industry. The acquisition further strengthens Nalco Water’s solutions and services to reduce water, energy, waste and costs for industrial customers.

“This acquisition enhances our world class expertise within the power industry” said Jeff Bulischeck, executive vice president and general manager, Heavy Industries and Mining, Nalco Water. “ChemStaff’s auditing and assessment capabilities will further drive plant efficiencies, productivity and asset performance helping power producers worldwide generate more electricity using less fuel, less water for less cost.”

As industry leaders, ChemStaff’s consultant services incorporate deeper power plant knowledge and process implementation skills. ChemStaff’s expertise in strategic assessments, engineering and laboratory services broadens the suite of water management solutions Nalco Water provides. 

“Nalco Water continues to invest in leading technologies such as 3D TRASAR, OMNI and PURATE and partners with tech industry leaders such as Microsoft for data security” said Ravi Raghavapudi, vice president, Marketing, Heavy Industries, Nalco Water. “Now with our expansion into consultative services, we will keep our customers at the forefront of their markets.”

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