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.

Where in North America are water costs the highest?

  • February 07, 14 | Mark Sales

Many believe that we have been paying far too little for the water we use to grow our food, cool our power plants, and supply our drinking and bath water. That being said, the era of low cost water has ended! Water scarcity, increasing global demand for water, and costly infrastructure upgrades, are  .....

Greyter’s Water Reuse Solution Selected by Durward E. Grubbs, Jr. Environmental Center in Virginia

  • November 20, 14 | Mark Sales
Greyter Water Systems water reuse solution was selected as part of the Durward E. Grubbs, Jr. Environmental Center in Virginia. The center was built on the campus of the H. L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility (AWRF), and will be the home of a new state-of-the-art water quality laboratory t  .....

Greyter to exhibit at Greenbuild

  • October 21, 14 | Mark Sales
Greyter Water Systems will be at Greenbuild in New Orleans on October 22nd and 23rd. Visit us in our booth (2145) located in Hall E. where our staff will be on hand to talk shop and discuss opportunities to manage water more efficiently within Comm  .....

Greyter Highlighted in Kiplinger "Forecasts for Executives and Investors" letter

  • September 18, 14 | Mark Sales
Greyter Water Systems was highlighted as a company to watch in the latest issue of the Kiplinger Letter: Drought in the U.S. West is spurring demand for water recycling systems. So-called greywater recycling allows homeowners and commercial buildings managers to filter and reuse wastewater to flush toilets, wash windows o  .....