UV Pure Moves to New Toronto Facility; Hires New Team Members

In October 2018, UV Pure Technologies Inc. moved to a new 12,500-square-foot facility in Toronto to support the increasing demand for its water disinfection systems.

In addition to the larger manufacturing space, the new facility will double the size of UV Pure’s R&D lab. This dedicated space will accelerate the commercialization of the new Hallett systems while ensuring they meet globally accepted standards for public health and environmental protection, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s UV Disinfection Guidance Manual.

In related news, the company has filled three new roles.

Marcin Jerzyk, UV Pure’s Supply Chain Manager, joined the team in September. The role focuses on improving the company’s supply chain network, inventory management, logistics, and import/export processes. Jerzyk brings 20 years of experience in logistics and supply chain management from different industries.

William Law started working with UV Pure in November 2017 as a Research and Design Test Technician. Since May 2018, Law has been working as a Mechatronics Engineer and an Engineer-in-Training. In his current role, Law is supporting the R&D team to obtain the potable, wastewater, and water reuse certifications for UV Pure’s new Hallett product line.

D’Arcy Beyea also joined UV Pure in July as Inside Sales Coordinator. Beyea primarily supports UV Pure’s North American and international sales teams through sales data analysis, system sizing, and project bidding. He also works with the company’s engineering team to create designs using AutoCAD for a variety of projects.

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