Envirogen Water Technologies adds strength to its project and industrial team.

May 2014

Envirogen Water Technologies today announce two additions to the team.  Ian Pearson as Head of Projects – Europe and Dave Rigby as Industrial Market Manager

Ian PearsonIan Pearson recently joined as Head of Projects for the European Operation, with over 15 years experience delivering projects to customers, Ian brings with him a wealth of Project management experience, gained at organisations such as Ionics and GE.

Ian has delivered projects for large global blue chip customers.  Mark Beveridge European Technical Director at EWT says “With Ian’s experience, he is able to shape processes and drive technical excellence to help deliver world class water treatment systems for our customers”.   Ian’s role at Envirogen is to “enhance the execution of world class projects, ensuring on-time delivery of the best technology, whilst retaining the advantage to our customers  of our intimate industry knowledge and versatility.”


Dave RigbyDave Rigby joins as Industrial Market Manager, and is responsible for the sale of the complete range of products and solutions for water purification and effluent treatment solutions to the industrial market.

Dave is a qualified Mechanical Engineer with over 18 years experience in the water treatment industry.  Having previously worked at both GE and Veolia, he is experienced in every aspect of customer sales including service, emergency hire, major refurbishments, capital sales and long term out sourcing.  He is well placed to grow the Industrial division under the Derwent brand and further establish Envirogen Water Technologies as a leading provider of industrial water treatment equipment, providing great products and services to customers with honest, sound advice.

Vince Payne, CEO – European Operations at EWT says “both Ian and Dave are significant boosts to our team, and bring with them a wealth of experience, further strengthening our ability to provide water treatment solutions and deliver projects on time and to budget.”

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