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Vision

For chosen market sectors we will be Canada's most reputable provider of specialty chemicals and related services. We will achieve controlled growth in long term viable operations through customer focused innovations in products and services. Our vision will be achieved through the skills, knowledge, responsiveness and commitment of our employees.

Mission

To be the supplier of choice for specialty chemicals and services in specific market sectors. We will provide our customers with value through timely access to a comprehensive range of products and services. Our mission is achieved with a high regard for our long term relationships with our customers and vendors and for the job satisfaction and care of our employees.

Objectives

We will provide our customers with industry leading levels of service, quality and value. We will ensure supportive relationships with our customers, employees and vendors to encourage communication and cooperation.

We will continuously improve our products and services to meet or exceed the mutually agreed to expectations of our customers, shareholders and the community. Safe, healthy and environmentally sound work practices and environment.

Our People

Learn more about our staff at Hawkstone Solutions!

Marc Vermeulen, M.Sc., CWT

Marc Vermeulen began his career in water treatment as a product development Chemist with Nalco Chemicals Ltd. in 1992 after earning his B.Sc. degree at the University of British Columbia and his M.Sc. from the University of Alberta.  As well as Nalco Chemicals, Marc has worked for GE Betz Dearborn and Guardian Chemicals over his 26-year career in the water treatment industry.

Marc started his own consulting and water management company, Hawkstone Solutions based out of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in September of 2012. The company is providing water treatment consulting and chemical treatment to a variety of industrial water users in Western Canada and the Middle East.

Marc is a member of the International Power Engineers of Canada and the Alberta Water & Wastewater Operators Association of Alberta.  In 2006, Marc earned his CWT designation.

Marc spent 2013-2019 on the AWT Board of Directors, serving as President in 2018 — https://www.awt.org/