U.S. Water and ChemCal Merge

July 9, 2014
U.S. Water Services announced a merger with Texas-based ChemCal.
U.S. Water and ChemCal Merge

U.S. Water Founder and CEO Allan Bly (left) and ChemCal CEO Steve Dumler seal the deal.

U.S. Water Services, Inc. announced the merger of Texas-based ChemCal, Inc. and U.S. Water. ChemCal, one of the largest independent water treatment and equipment solution providers in the United States, was established in 1985 serving the mid-southern United States.

For U.S. Water, the merger enables the Minnesota-based water treatment company to expand its growing national footprint in mid-market industrial water treatment with geographic access to a territory prominent in oil and gas, a key growth segment for the future. 

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