The CEO of AMPAC USA has highlighted the need for offshore watermakers in the Oil & Gas industry. The CEO talked about the main pain points faced by the industry, such as the rising need to extract more from existing reservoirs, the need to go farther when exploring new sources, and the demand for using wastewater treatment systems to be more environmentally friendly. The CEO has also shared viable solutions to these problems and stressed how offshore watermakers by the company could be a good choice.
The CEO of AMPAC USA has highlighted the need for offshore watermakers in the Oil & Gas industry. The CEO talked about the main pain points faced by the industry, such as the rising need to extract more from existing reservoirs, the need to go farther when exploring new sources, and the demand for using wastewater treatment systems to be more environment-friendly. The CEO has also shared viable solutions to these problems and stressed how offshore watermakers by the company could be a good choice.
AMPAC USA, a reputed provider of water treatment systems and solutions, has highlighted the need to save water on the World Environment Day. The CEO of the company has shared some basic and useful tips that can help save rapidly depleting freshwater resources. The tips include everything from limiting the use of water via smart planning to reusing it whenever possible. These tips are easy to implement in residential areas as well as commercial and industrial establishments.
The need for pure water in remote areas is growing due to the COVID-19 crisis. AMPAC USA says that the use of mobile water treatment systems is a smart move to quench the needs of communities that are managing without water or have access to only a contaminated water source. The mobile water treatment systems don't need a power source, use the best technologies, are durable, require minimal operational assistance, can be quickly deployed, moved and customized according to buyer's needs.
COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the intensity of the water scarcity crisis as over 3 billion people do not have enough water to even clean their hands with soap and water for 20 seconds frequently. AMPAC USA, a leading manufacturer of technologically advanced, reliable, and high-quality water purification systems, has highlighted the need for portable water purification systems, especially in countries, states and regions where water scarcity might lead to massive outbreaks of novel coronavirus.
The size of the global hand sanitizer market was USD 2.7 billion in 2019. It's bound to expand manifold in the next few years, primarily due to COVID-19 and the sudden rise in demand. The demand is also rising, as it's a cost-effective, environment-friendly and user-friendly product that's easily available and effective. AMPAC USA believes that, in addition to meeting the rising demand, hand sanitizer manufacturers need to consider using RO water via commercial reverse osmosis or industrial reverse osmosis systems.
AMPAC USA participated in the Water Expo 2019 held in Miami last month. The convention saw participants from over 40 countries indulging in discussions revolving around water technologies, reverse osmosis, water administration, and management. AMPAC USA CEO Sammy Farag spoke at the convention about the benefits of packaged reverse osmosis. The expo saw huge response from many buyers, dealers, distributors, experts, and potential consumers.
An increasing number of instances have been surfacing from all across the globe about water shortages all around. AMPAC USA in this write-up shares the different alternatives, solutions, and ways we can put to use to avoid the problem seawater desalination included. The technology has been a boon for countries like Israel where today the nation produces more agricultural goods than it needs. AMPAC with its 28 years of experience shares with us some of the ways to help push back day zero for a longer time.
The need for better purification technologies has led the world to RO, which was a luxury 10 years ago. Today, companies have made the technology accessible to people from every walk of life at the lowest of costs. In this piece, the CEO of AMPAC USA, Sammy Farag, talks about the clear increase in the market for Reverse Osmosis Purifiers, which is owed to the pollution caused in sources of water around the world. This comes following multiple compromised sources of water that have put the health and lives of people around the world in danger.