The Water Center at Penn's Corporate Roundtable furthers the Center's mission to support communities in meeting their critical water challenges and the development of future water leaders through philanthropy. We see a unique opportunity for your company to engage with the Water Center at Penn and share their perspectives on today's key water issues. Additionally, our partners will help identify trends; initiate policy discussion; support the Center's research portfolio; and lay the foundation for future collaboration that will benefit communities and the environment, both locally and globally.
Roundtable Member Opportunities
General Benefits ($25,000)
- Association with an Ivy League water research and policy center
- Engagement with world-renowned faculty, action-oriented students, and alumni
- Collaborating with visionaries to harness technology for water equity
- Opportunity to highlight your company’s innovative work with the Water Center’s expansive network
- Participation in the annual Careers in the Water Industry Event
- Invitation to speaking opportunities at Water Center hosted and partner events
- Opportunity to write articles and blogs for our news networks
- Innovation and Research
- Leadership Development
- Student Engagement
- Water Center Programming
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Established in 1981, Aquatech is a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets with a focus on desalination, water recycle and reuse, and zero liquid discharge (ZLD).
Headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, Aquatech has offices throughout North America, and has a significant presence worldwide through subsidiaries in Europe, the Middle East, India and China. Through its network and world-wide operations, Aquatech has successfully executed more than 1,000 water management projects in over 60 countries around the globe.
Companies, communities, and homes around the world choose DuPont Water Solutions to help make water safer and more accessible. Industries and markets count on us to become more efficient; to make food more nutritious; and to offer more effective pharmaceuticals. Our innovation and collaboration with the world’s best water experts enable ecosystems of innovation to deploy vital technologies in new, market-shaping ways.
We build software and data tools for a changing planet. We've been fortunate to be a part of teams working on meaningful and impactful projects in a wide range of industries. We got our start helping NASA develop the systems, software, and user interfaces to make Earth science and remote sensing data more accessible–and we want to bring what we've learned to help you make progress on your project.
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National Water Research Institute is a 501c3 nonprofit that was founded in 1991. NWRI collaborates with water utilities, regulators, and researchers in innovative ways to help develop new, healthy, and sustainable sources of drinking water.
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We fund fellowships to support the water scientists of tomorrow, and we award the Clarke Prize, one of the world’s leading water-industry prizes, to water scientists, researchers, and policy experts that are making a difference today.
NJUA is the statewide trade association for investor-owned utilities that provide essential water, wastewater, electric, natural gas and telecommunications services to New Jersey residents and businesses. NJUA has provided a forum for the exchange of ideas and a unified voice in the public policy arena for its members since 1915.
NJUA’s 13 member utility companies are dedicated to the delivery of essential services to nearly 7 million residential customer accounts and 1 million non-residential customer accounts across the Garden State. Most of our companies have been in existence serving customers for more than 100 years. Not only do New Jersey’s utility companies help to maintain the well-being of the State and provide services that support the State’s quality of life, but also, they are a driving force behind New Jersey’s economy.
We approach the start of every project as the beginning of a collaboration because we understand the value of partnership. As a multidisciplinary firm, Pennoni has the ability to approach engineering challenges from a wider spectrum of angles than most. From land development to energy management, our expertise runs deep and our passion for problem-solving runs even deeper.
Solenis solves tough water treatment and process improvement challenges for customers in the consumer, industrial and pool water markets through people, experience and technology. These core elements of their business help them build the strong bonds needed to achieve greater value while reaching sustainability goals.
Communities are fundamental. Whether around the corner or across the globe, they provide a foundation, a sense of place and of belonging. That's why at Stantec, we always design with community in mind.
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- Brands are uniquely positioned to align business and society on the path to a flourishing future.
- Those brands that embrace this challenge will prosper in the 21st century.
- Accomplishing this challenge requires a new way of seeing the world - along with a new set of skills, tools, and collaborators.
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Orbia’s Building and Infrastructure business Wavin is an innovative solutions provider for the global building and infrastructure industry.
Backed by more than 60 years of product development experience, the business is tackling some of the world’s toughest challenges through pioneering in water and sanitation management, indoor climate control technologies and durable, adaptable and efficient rural and urban infrastructure solutions.
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Over the last 100+ years, our unique combination of innovative products and services, proven expertise, and unmatched customer support have been helping to create a more water-secure and resilient world.
Across the water cycle, our innovative solutions use less energy, reduce operating expenses, and support sustainability efforts. By working together, we can ensure water is accessible, affordable, and safe for all.