Mark Sales – Chief Executive Officer

Mark is co-Founder and CEO of Greyter Water Systems. Mr. Sales’ background provides for a combination of strategic, operational and financial experience. Mark is the Founder of CleanTEK Network which has launched businesses in the areas of clean air, clean fuel and water management. Mr. Sales sits on a number of boards and has held various operational positions with early stage businesses. Mr. Sales’ financial and investment experience spans 15 years having working at Merrill Lynch and Venture West Partners in Denver, Colorado. He is co-Founder and Chairman of renewable energy start-up Prodal-G Inc.

Greyter Water Systems is Selected for the Lansing United Church

  • December 11, 15 | Mark Sales
A Greyter Water System was selected to reuse stormwater at the Lansing United Church in Toronto, Ontario. This 4660 square meter (50,000 sq. ft.) facility underwent a large addition and renovation. The City of Toronto regulates storm water management and incentivizes water reuse. The church chose a Greyter Water System that allo  .....

Greyter Water Systems Solution was Selected for Technica Mining's New Office Building

  • June 22, 15 | Mark Sales
Greyter Water Systems solution was selected by Technica Mining to reduce potable water consumption at Technica's new office building and warehouse in Sudbury. Technica Mining is leading contractor in the area of underground mining and construction. The company's 10,000 square foot two storey office building and 11,000 square f  .....

Greyter showcased at the California State Capital - "Meeting the Challenge Together"

  • April 07, 15 | Mark Sales

Meeting the challenge together focuses on making homes and businesses more energy and water efficient!

Just days after t  .....

Greywater & Stormwater use in buildings: How one Ontario-based water technology company is creating a sustainable water culture

  • March 24, 15 | Mark Sales
Thursday, March 19, 2015
By Rebecca Melnyk - Building Strategies & Sustainability
A large cistern installed near the main plumbing lab in Peterborough’s Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre at Fleming College is ready to harvest rainwater. T  .....