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TGWT Clean Technologies
TGWT stands for "The Green Water Treatment", a leader in green chemistry established in North America since 2005. Affiliated with the German water treatment company Korn which is also a shareholder. Areas of expertise in water treatment: steam boilers, cooling towers, closed loop and wastewater
TGWT is the founder of The Tannin Guys® water treatment experts network.
Our Mission: Making Water Treatment Simple, Sustainable, Profitable.
Growing fast since 2005, The Tannin Guys® are changing the approach to boiler water treatment from small buildings to large industrial corporations.
Multi-disciplinary and innovative team addressing immediate customer needs and giving dynamic support in the field.
core Values of TGWT
Trusting, communicating and collaborating
Bringing forward our best knowledge and best experience
Carrying out the right action in the given moment
Being totally engaged
TGWT Business Model
1) Water Treatment Service Company
Canada : Quebec and Ontario
Servicing direct end users
2) Blender and Technical Center
Canada, USA, Mexico & Worldwide
Develop partnerships with Water Treatment Service Companies
The Tannin Guys® are all about green chemistry that results in energy savings by reducing water usage, greenhouse gas emissions and maintenance fees. It’s easy, and it requires no capital investment.
Made in Germany!
TGWT is sharing the purified tannins intellectual property with the German company KORN GmbH.
Korn owns 37% of TGWT.
R&D and Innovation Driven:
Each year, TGWT invests 5% to 10% of its revenues in R&D and Innovation using leading edge technologies to bring forward our tannin expertise.
The quality of corporate governance is a priority for TGWT Clean Technologies Inc., its Board of Directors and its management.
The Board believes that corporate governance standards are fundamental to TGWT Clean Technologies Inc.’s continued success and enhancement of long-term company value.
The Board believes that effective corporate governance requires consideration of governance matters on an ongoing basis and where appropriate, the adoption of new policies and the update of existing policies to address evolving corporate governance standards and practices.