Bradley Corp. hosted the Milwaukee-based Water Council’s first quarterly meeting of the year on February 18 at Bradley’s headquarters and plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
Bradley, a member of the Water Council, kicked off the afternoon by inviting members to tour its plumbing fixtures manufacturing facility and product display centers. Afterward, the meeting of more than 100 members commenced with a welcome by the fifth-generation owners of Bradley, including Chief Strategy Officer Bryan Mullett and Vice President of Sales Christopher Mullett. The program was moderated by Rich Meeusen, chairman/chief executive officer of Badger Meter and Water Council co-chair.
With four manufacturing plants located in the U.S., Bradley’s commercial plumbing products combine the newest materials and technologies with durability, user accommodation and water conservation.
The Water Council was founded by businesses and educators in Milwaukee, a region that has become renowned as a world hub for water research, education and economic development. The group, which was formed in 2009, currently represents 166 companies related to the water technology industry.
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