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Anue Water Hires Bob Negley, Sales Manager

By The Associated Press

TUCKER, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 23, 2020--

Anue Water Technologies, the leading supplier of cost- effective Oxygen, Ozone and other sustainable and high-performance technologies to prevent odor, corrosion, scale, bacteria, and FOG (fats, oil, grease) in municipal and industrial wastewater applications, has hired Bob Negley to the position of Sales Manager.

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Anue Water Technologies, Tucker, Georgia, has hired 34 year water treatment expert Bob Negley to the position of Sales Manager for its innovative line of Oxygen and Ozone equipment, Enviroprep well-washers for FOG elimination, carbon-pocketed Geomembrane Covers for odor control, and sustainable chemistries. (Photo: Business Wire)

In his new role, Bob will be responsible for commercial affairs, working with channel partners to place Anue’s innovative line of Oxygen and Ozone equipment and new green chemical technologies. Bob’s years of equipment and chemical expertise make him the ideal choice to lead the commercial efforts for our sustainable technical solutions for control of H2S, Corrosion, and FOG (fats, oil and grease).

Mr. Negley brings 34 years of water treatment industry experience to Anue, including 12 years in industrial/commercial boiler, cooling, odor control and wastewater applications, plus 14 years in chemical applications for scale inhibition in water treatment, oilfield, HI&I and pulp & paper. Bob also served for 9 years in the U.S. Navy, as a Staff Instructor and on two 2 nuclear submarines.

Anue VP General Manager Greg Bock declared, “We are pleased and proud to have a dedicated and seasoned expert in water treatment such as Bob Negley. His great experience, knowledge and communications skills will help Anue’s channel partners, industrial and municipal users in the process of resolving technical issues with the larger, enhanced product offerings.

Bob Negley commented, “ I’m happy to be representing the world’s most innovative and sustainable water treatment solutions, and look forward to working with Anue’s great network of channel partners to continue to expand our solutions offerings and other cost-effective and high-performance technologies for the elimination of odor, corrosion and FOG (fats , oil, grease).”

For more information, contact Anue Water Technologies, Inc. at or (760) 727-2683 or visit our web site at

Founded in 2005, Anue Water Technologies Inc. is headquartered in Tucker GA. The company manufactures and supplies high efficiency, patented systems for the municipal and industrial wastewater markets.

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CONTACT: Anue Water Technologies, Inc.

Media Contact: Jon Amdursky

jamdursky@anuewater.com

KEYWORD: GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: OTHER MANUFACTURING OTHER ENERGY CHEMICALS/PLASTICS UTILITIES OIL/GAS MANUFACTURING ENERGY OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES NATURAL RESOURCES

SOURCE: Anue Water Technologies, Inc.

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PUB: 03/23/2020 09:49 AM/DISC: 03/23/2020 09:49 AM

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