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Holland Services CEO added to AquaMost board
A. Lee Graham

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AquaMost Inc. has named Robert Gaudin, founder and CEO of Fort Worth-based Holland Services, to its board of directors.
“Robert brings tremendous industry experience, understanding and relationships,” said AquaMost chairman and CEO Todd Asmuth in a news release.
“This market knowledge is critical as AquaMost grows in the water treatment segment of the oil and gas industry,” Asmuth said.
The company pointed to Gaudin’s experience in upstream, midstream and downstream land services as why he was chosen.
"My first job after college graduation was with the New York State Attorney General's office overseeing water purification legal affairs,” Gaudin said.
“This foundation translated into becoming one of the hundreds of thousands of energy environmentalist who are dedicated to a cleaner planet with water purification and sustainability as our objective. I'm proud to be a part of AquaMost and be a leader in playing an important role in these efforts," Gaudin said.
AquaMost, based in Madison, Wis., makes water treatment products for the oil and gas industry. More information is available atwww.aquamost.com.
 
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