Pure Technologies President Receives Clean Technology Award
Pure Technologies announced that its President and Chief Operating Officer, John F. (Jack) Elliott, has been named a member of Canada’s 2013 Clean50 and the leader in the Clean Technology category. Canada’s 2013 Clean50, founded by Delta Management Group, recognizes 50 individuals (or small teams) who they believe, along with qualified third party advisors, have made the greatest contributions to sustainable development or clean capitalism in Canada between January 1, 2010 and March 31, 2012. Within this group, Delta then identifies the leader in each of 16 specific categories. Further information on these awards can be found at www.clean50.ca.
“Much of North America’s water-related pipeline assets are approaching the end of their useful lives, creating a massive gap between infrastructure expenditure needs and available funds,” said Jack Elliott. “We are pleased that our efforts to help bridge this gap, by extending the life of critical pipelines – and other infrastructure – and providing cost effective, sustainable solutions for utilities, have been recognized by Delta and other contributors to clean capitalism.” “These exceptional Clean50 honourees have not only succeeded in identifying opportunities for innovation and improvements, they have actually delivered them, in many instances giving their organizations strategic advantages over their competitors, while also delivering a net benefit for the planet”, said Gavin Pitchford, Chief Talent Officer, Delta Management Group, and Founder of the Canada’s Clean50 Awards.