Rain for Rent and HaloSource alliance aims to improve water management

By |  July 15, 2014
Photo from the St. Croix River crossing project in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Photo courtesy of Rain for Rent.

Photo from the St. Croix River crossing project in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Photo courtesy of Rain for Rent.

With water management system contractor Rain for Rent and water purifying company HaloSource joining forces, customers are to expect enhanced water filtration solutions, in addition to more cost effective water management systems, the companies say.

Since the alliance formed, the two companies have began a number of projects aimed at delivering cost effective results, some of which include the I-405 expansion in Lost Angeles, Calif., the St. Croix River crossing project in Wisconsin and Minnesota, and the San Francisco BART extension.

With these innovations, the companies hope to provide environmentally friendly results, from reusing water to integrating biodegradable tools in their projects.

“We are confident that this strategic alliance will deliver significant opportunities to provide new and existing Rain for Rent customers with cost and time savings and improved capability to manage regulatory challenges in the multibillion-dollar water management markets,” says Timothy Joyce, VP & GM of the Americas, HaloSource.

From Rain for Rents complete water management systems to HaloSource’s Green, water purifying technologies, the duo plans to provide customers with innovative, cost effective products and eco-friendly results.

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