JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today BCR announced that Keith Williams has joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. Bringing more than 38 years of experience across water and wastewater treatment technologies, Mr. Williams will lead BCR’s sales team with a focus on municipal markets. This will include managing and growing industry relationships with rep firms who bring technologies to municipal wastewater treatment plants within their regional markets.
“We are excited to have Keith onboard to continue to grow sales outreach across the range of decision makers involved with the selection of biosolids process technology,” said Joshua Scott, BCR CEO. “With Keith’s sales leadership and guidance, our goal is to become one of the industry leaders for biosolids treatment technology.”
“As I learned more about BCR and the company’s unique technologies, I knew I wanted to be a part of their team and help them drive their continued growth across North America,” said Mr. Williams. “Their technology portfolio offers industry leading solutions that fit a wide range of biosolids processing requirements.”
Previously Mr. Williams worked for leading wastewater treatment equipment suppliers, Alfa Laval as their VP of Water and Ashbrook Simon-Hartley, as their VP of Biosolids. His responsibilities have included full P&L, sales, marketing, product management, and project management. While at these companies, he engaged with stakeholders at municipalities, consulting engineers, contractors, and manufacturer’s reps to provide industry leading biosolids solutions.
Mr. Williams earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from LeTourneau University, Longview, TX.
Wastewater treatment plant leaders, engineers who specify WWTP technologies, contractors and others who wish to discuss current or future projects may reach Mr. Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BCR partners with municipalities and the engineers who research, test and purchase biosolids treatment technology. Whether customers are looking for a Class B or Class A biosolids program, BCR assists in identifying the best biosolids treatment technology for the given conditions, scaling a system or upgrading from Class B to Class A biosolids. Learn more at www.bcrinc.com or by contacting the company email@example.com.
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