What’s Next for Data Center Sustainability? Learn how you can reduce the carbon footprint of your supply chain through effective water treatment.
Effective water-cooling treatment systems play a critical role in keeping data centers operational. As the footprint of data centers becomes ever greater, facilities must become both more energy and more water-efficient. The option to use safer, local products – instead of waiting for biocides to be trucked in from offshore - is increasingly attractive to operators wanting to achieve sustainability, safety, and autonomy in the way they run their business. This presentation reviews the available solutions to help increase the overall sustainability of the cooling operation - reducing water, energy, and chemical consumption, saving on electricity, and extending the life of water treatment process equipment.
What’s Next for Data Center Sustainability?
Reducing the Carbon Footprint of your Supply Chain through Effective Water TreatmentWatch Video
Sr. Director Operations, Evoqua Water Technologies
Brian Peters is the Senior Director and General Manager for Evoqua Water Technologies’ Disinfection business in the Americas. Evoqua Water Technologies is a leading provider of water and wastewater treatment solutions, offering a broad portfolio of products, services, and expertise to support industrial, municipal, and recreational customers. Brian has more than 20 years of commercial sales experience across multiple B2B Industry segments including Pharma, Food & Beverage, Commercial & Institutional, and Power. Prior to joining Evoqua, he held commercial roles of increasing responsibility at SUEZ Water (Formerly GE Water) including Regional Sales Director and Global Channel Partner Leader. Brian holds a BS in Marine Engineering from the US Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) and an MBA from Wake Forest University. After graduation from USMMA Brian spent 7 years as a US Naval Reserve Officer in the Navy’s Merchant Marine Individual Ready Reserve Group.