Arizona’s Dynamic Water Technologies raises awareness of water scarcity for World Environment Day on June 5th

In less than 20 years, scientists predict fresh water supplies will dry up for more than a quarter of the world’s population as megadroughts and climate change alter the environment. Dynamic Water Technologies, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., is at the forefront of technological advances in reducing water consumption used for industrial processes and in large cooling towers.

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City of Los Angeles named Innovator of the Year for saving millions of gallons of water; attributes success to Dynamic Water Technologies

LOS ANGELES – Today the Los Angeles Better Buildings Challenge named the city of Los Angeles winner of its Walk the Walk Award for outstanding water conservation during the past year. City officials installed an electrochemical treatment system that reduces process water used in cooling towers by millions of gallons of water per year. Developed…

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Pat McMahon interviews Mike Boyko for AZTV Ch. 7

AZTV’s Pat McMahon interviews Dynamic Water Techologies’ CEO, Mike Boyko, and Banner Health’s chief corporate engineer, Dan Dupaix to help explain the innovative technology.

Dupaix estimated that Banner Health with the portfolio of 17 sites to have the DWT equipment will be saving Banner Health a total of 104M gallons of water a year. That’s enough water saved to fill the Rose Bowl Stadium one and a quarter times.

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Scottsdale tech firm puts the chill on clients’ water bills

Michael Boyko spent most of his career in pollution control systems, but a few years ago he began hearing more about water scarcity issues. He started looking for technologies to help companies conserve water and discovered David Sherzer, founder and president of an Israeli company called Universal Environmental Technology. “I uncovered this technology on Linkedin…

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