News and Events

01November

November 2015: Aquafor welcomes Director of Business Development, Maggie Rose

Aquafor welcomes Director of Business Development, Maggie Rose. Maggie comes to Aquafor with a wealth of experience in guiding small businesses through periods of rapid growth. Prior to joining Aquafor, she served as a management consultant at Goldman Sachs and at the UK House of Commons. She maintains strong ties to a network of friends
18March

Drought sparks fears of energy shortages

Low Recent rainfall has raised the spectre of water rationing for homes and businesses By Joe Leahy – Sao Paulo With Brazil’s economy in a slump, there are few companies in Sao Paulo that can boast they are doing a roaring trade. But water tanker operation Gota de Cristal Agua Potavel, or Crystal Drop Drinking
05September

AQUAFOR Welcomes VP of Global Partnerships Logan Stanton to the Executive Team to Execute Sustainable Clean Water Solutions

As AQUAFOR continues to increase its footprint and capabilities, CEO Matthew Talbert brings on Logan Stanton as VP of Global Partnerships to build a global network of water professionals around AQUAFOR’s suite of water solutions. Stanton adds extensive international business and military experience to the AQUAFOR executive team, focused on finding cost-effective solutions to overcome
24August

AQUAFOR Vice President of Business Development, Albert M. Zaccor, to Develop Key Business Partnerships in the Global Clean Water Crisis

San Diego, CA, August 27, 2014—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AQUAFOR, a budding new force in clean water solutions, international aid and corporate responsibility, announces Albert M. Zaccor (Colonel, U.S. Army – Retired) as the Vice President of Business Development. As AQUAFOR continues to broaden its reach on the global business stage, Zaccor will leverage his 30+
21August

AQUAFOR Calls On Organizations Around The World To Join The Clean Water Cause

AQUAFOR: A New Name in the Fight against the Global Water Crisis SAN DIEGO, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — As global climates shift and wealth inequality increases, over 800 million people currently live in drought-stricken and unsanitary conditions around the world, struggling to meet their everyday needs. The greatest concern for the majority of these people is