Water Technology® gets to know ... Al Chatham

Phillips, Nick
June 2010
Water Technology;Jun2010, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the career development of Al Chatham, founder of the company Water Processing and Well Supply. It states that before entering into water processing business he was working in the insurance sector as a claim adjuster. As stated by Chatham, his company provides complete service in well pumps, softners and filters. Chatham further reports that success in the water treatment industry can be achieved with healthy relationship with customers and efficient services.


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