September 17, 2014
Klaus Reichardt grew up in Germany, where he received his baccalaureate degree. He moved to the United States in 1978 and attended Pepperdine University, receiving both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business and management. When he arrived in Southern California, he saw the importance of water management. “Either we (California) have too much when there are floods or, more often, we have too little due to droughts.”
His desire to make a difference led him to start Waterless Co. in 1991. His company, located in Vista, California, has produced waterless urinals for 23 years. The company’s core product—the Waterless No-Flush™ urinal system—works completely without water. Available in a variety of models for both commercial and residential settings, the no-flush systems are manufactured and marketed in the United States and worldwide.
Reichardt also speaks and writes about water conservation and is involved with the US Green Building Council. Here is a link to his most recent article (The New Water ‘Normal’)
I believe in our products and believe in the need for water conservation, not only in the United States, but throughout the world. We are seeing mounting water concerns locally and around the world, and the water problem finally starts to hit home! We must take steps now to protect this natural resource and use it more responsibly.”
Our sponsor Signature Analytics will be represented by Ryan Selhorn. From Huntington, New York, Selhorn attended Georgetown University and attained a BS in Accounting and Finance. He’s been the VP of Operations at Signature Analytics for a little more than a year. Prior to his time at Signature Analytics, he worked 10 years at Grant Thornton within the audit department as well as the M&A practice.
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