Marland Acquires Allied Water

Marland Environmental Systems, Inc. recently announced the acquisition of Allied Water Corporation, a San Francisco-based manufacturer of integrated reverse osmosis (RO) purification and desalting systems.

Since 1975, Allied has been engaged in research and development of the reverse osmosis process as a reliable energy-efficient alternative to existing troublesome evaporative techniques. The Sweet Water™ systems they manufacture use t h i r d g e n e r a t i on technology to produce water of extreme purity from salt, brackish and other impure sources.

The product line includes 21 units with daily capacities from 40 to 7,500 gallons.

"The acquisition of Allied is part of an ongoing program to broaden and strengthen our product line," commented Marland vice president, Bob Daniels.

Marland, a public company with headquarters in Walworth, Wis., is one of the leading manufacturers of marine sewage treatment systems.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 61,  Oct 15, 1980 Mississippi

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