The first UK water treatment specialist to work in Japan is retiring

Whirlpool Water Treatment and Water Treatment Specialist (WTTS) Craig Wood has retired from his role as head of the company’s water treatment division. 

 “He was a key figure in the development of the UK’s water filtside treatment program, and was instrumental to achieving the first water treatment licensing in Japan in 2014.” “

Craig was instrumental in establishing the UK water filtration industry, and is one of the pioneers of the Japanese water treatment industry,” a spokesperson said.

 “He was a key figure in the development of the UK’s water filtside treatment program, and was instrumental to achieving the first water treatment licensing in Japan in 2014.”

 Mr Wood’s retirement is not a permanent departure.

Whirlpool announced in August that Mr Wood had left to work for Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

Whampoa has been looking to replace Mr Wood, who had worked at the company since 2010, with an executive, who will oversee the company.

Mr Wood, whose father worked at Whirlstream as a specialist in water treatment and was a leading figure in water filters industry, has been involved in water supply for over 25 years.

He joined Whampoa in 2002 and has been its head of water treatment since 2012.

Whampoos water treatment unit was one of three UK water filters and treatment companies that was founded in 1992.

Its members include British companies including Lidl, Colgate-Palmolive and Boots.

The company employs more than 500 people in the UK, with more than 80 per cent of those in the supply sector.

A spokesperson for Whampoos said the company was pleased to announce Mr Wood’s departure.

“Whampoo is delighted to have Craig back in the fold as a Whampos water treatment operator and to welcome him back to Whampo’s family,” a company spokesperson said in a statement.

Last year Whampoo said Mr Wood was “one of the founders of the British water filtrations industry”.

The spokesperson added: “Whampo is also proud to have the first UK filter certified in Japan.

Whampoons success in providing safe water for the public has been recognised internationally and is a major reason for the company to continue to expand its water treatment services to meet the increasing demands of our customers.”

Whampoons chief executive officer, Ben Wilson, said Mr Wilson had “always wanted to be a part of Whampons water treatment operations”.

“His experience in the water treatment sector and the importance of the water filter industry to our business have been instrumental in his decision to join Whampoes water treatment group,” Mr Wilson said.

“Craig has been an important part of our success in water treatments and we wish him well for the future.”

Whirlstream said it was happy to announce Craig Wood had been “retired”.

It added: “Whirl is proud to welcome Craig to our family.

We look forward to welcoming Craig back to the company in the future as a leading water filtarion operator.”

Whacka Whacka News said Mr Woods retirement had been announced to coincide with the company “coming into full steam”.

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