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Home > Press > Randy Truby Joins NanoH2O to Strengthen World-Class Commercial Operations Team: Desalination veteran brings extensive sales and marketing leadership experience

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NanoH2O, Inc., a fully integrated manufacturer of next-generation reverse osmosis membranes, today welcomed Randy Truby, a 40-year veteran of the membrane desalination industry, to its already robust commercial team. As director of global sales strategies, Mr. Truby will assist NanoH2O with its worldwide sales and product development initiatives.

Randy Truby Joins NanoH2O to Strengthen World-Class Commercial Operations Team: Desalination veteran brings extensive sales and marketing leadership experience

Los Angeles, CA | Posted on April 11th, 2011

Mr. Truby's experience in the desalination industry dates back to General Atomics, widely recognized as the first premier company in the membrane desalination industry. Mr. Truby has been instrumental in facilitating the industry's growth, as it progressed from the first generation of cellulose acetate spiral wound membranes to thin-film polyamide membranes to NanoH2O's development of nanocomposite membranes. Throughout the evolution of the membrane industry, Mr. Truby has held a number of key leadership positions including CEO of Fluid Systems, vice president of operations at Hydranautics and, most recently, CEO of Toray Membranes USA.

"I am honored and excited to join the NanoH2O team," said Truby. "After witnessing the potential of thin-film nanocomposite technology, I believe NanoH2O's membrane offers the desalination industry the next step-function in membrane performance. The combination of enhanced flow and best-in-class salt rejection offers customers unique opportunities to lower their energy consumption, increase water production or lower capital costs by reducing a plant's footprint. With the company's significant investment in commercial manufacturing capacity, NanoH2O is poised to be a leading participant in the industry."

"We are proud to have Randy Truby join the NanoH2O organization," said Jeff Green, NanoH2O's co-founder and CEO. "His extensive knowledge of the membrane desalination industry will help propel our company to a new level. Randy joins a seasoned and best-in-class team of engineering, manufacturing operations, finance and sales executives that will position NanoH2O at the forefront of the rapidly growing desalination market."

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About NanoH2O, Inc.
NanoH2O, Inc. is a global provider of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes that change the fundamental economics of desalination. Based on breakthrough nanostructured materials and industry-proven polymer technology, thin-film nanocomposite (TFN) membranes improve desalination energy efficiency and productivity. Exhibiting the highest permeability (flux) on the market, NanoH2Os reverse osmosis membranes maintain industry-standard salt rejection while purifying water from a broad range of sources. Designed to fit into new and existing desalination plants worldwide, NanoH2Os membranes are at the forefront of combating critical water scarcity issues. NanoH2O is the 2010 Wall Street Journal Innovation Award winner in the environment category.

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