OTTAWA, April 11, 2012 /CNW/ - Clearford Industries Inc. ("Clearford" or the "Company"), (TSXV: CLI) today announced it has appointed Mr. Wilf Stefan, P. Eng. MBA as CTO & V.P. Engineering.
Mr. Stefan has been active in the waste-water sector for seven years, most recently as COO and President of a publicly listed, internationally focused water and wastewater treatment solutions company. Wilf has also worked with, among other organizations, CIDA, been involved in business in West and South Africa and as a researcher in Delft University, Netherlands.
"Clearford has begun to deliver on the international implementation of our waste-water solution in Peru and is preparing to implement additional projects both in the South American region and around the world." said Bruce Linton, Chief Executive Officer of Clearford. "Wilf brings to Clearford strong management and sector delivery experience well aligned with our design and delivery program."
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About Clearford Industries Inc.
Clearford Industries Inc. (TSX-V: CLI) is the developer of the patented Small Bore Sewer™ (SBS™), a watertight small diameter wastewater collection system that provides servicing with superior operational and environmental performance at a significantly lower cost when compared to historic gravity sewers. Clearford's SBS™ technology and industry expertise provide the enabling platform to deliver, on a global basis, turnkey, fixed-price wastewater collection, treatment and energy generation solutions that are ideally suited for water-scarce regions, those with unreliable water distribution networks, and new developments seeking a greener approach to water and wastewater management. For more information on Clearford, please visit www.clearford.com.
Forward Looking Statements
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Clearford Industries Inc.
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