Olaf N. Krohg, CEO of Seven Seas Water, commented: “We are excited to announce that Seven Seas Water is now partnered with a strong infrastructure investor that recognizes the value of our services and solutions through our water treatment operations and our wastewater treatment and reuse assets. Under this new ownership, Seven Seas Water will be backed by a partner that shares our ambitious growth strategy and supports our continued focus on providing world-class service and operating expertise for our customers.”
About Seven Seas Water
Seven Seas Water offers WaaS® solutions by providing outsourced water treatment and wastewater treatment and reuse solutions for governmental, municipal, industrial, property developer and hospitality customers. Our water treatment solutions utilize seawater reverse osmosis and other purification technologies to produce potable and high purity industrial process water in high volumes for customers operating in regions with limited access to potable water. Our wastewater treatment and reuse solutions include scalable modular treatment plants, field-erected treatment plants and temporary bypass plants that are used by our customers to treat and convert wastewater into effluent or reclaimed water prior to being released back into the environment. Some of our wastewater and reuse solutions are provided by AUC Group, our Houston, TX based subsidiary.
About Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners
Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners is a leading global infrastructure investment platform. The team has a proven and disciplined approach to investing in infrastructure assets globally. MSIP recently announced $5.5 billion raised for North Haven Infrastructure Partners III, its third global infrastructure fund. For further information about Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, please visit www.morganstanley.com/im/infrastructurepartners.
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