KMX Technologies congratulates Dr. Hubert Fleming, Sr. Strategy Advisor, on his recent appointment as Dean of the International Desalination Association, the leading resource for information and professional development for the global desalination industry.
Dr. Fleming is a leader and pioneer in water management and sustainable development, with experience spanning technologies, industries, and regions.
In his role as Dean, Dr. Fleming plays an important role in convening stakeholders from a mix of private, public, scientific, and NGO organizations committed to solving the most pressing challenges and opportunities related to water stress and desalination globally.
Dr. Fleming said, “Desalination and water reuse have become central to public and private sustainability. As IDA represents a major force in advancement of these activities, I’m very eager to further assist in their development.”
Zachary Sadow, KMX CEO, said, “The entire KMX team congratulates Dr. Fleming on this important appointment and know his experience, expertise, and efforts will contribute to the International Desalination Association’s mission of alleviating water stresses globally.”
About the International Desalination Association
The International Desalination Association, established in 1973, is the point of connection for the global desalination and water reuse community. A non-profit association, IDA serves members in more than 60 countries and reaches an additional 15 affiliate member organizations, both regional and national. Its membership comprises scientists, developers, off-takers, regulators, end-users, engineers, consultants, media, and researchers from governments, corporations, and academia. The IDA works to promote water scarcity solutions as an NGO with recognized consultative status by the United Nations ECOSOC, and a member of the UN Water Special Framework for Water Scarcity in Agriculture (WASAG) hosted by the UN FAO Land and Water Division.
About KMX Technologies
KMX Technologies is solving the most critical environmental and energy challenges of the 21st century. Through its proprietary membrane distillation technology, the company is accelerating energy storage with its direct lithium recovery enhancement processes, sustainably sources critical minerals necessary for next generation supply chains and infrastructure, and is advancing wastewater treatment.