MIDDLETOWN, Conn., Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearwater Systems achieved a significant milestone towards making the built environment more sustainable by formally launching a fully integrated and comprehensive in-house service organization for Dolphin WaterCare®—an industry leading, non-chemical water treatment solution. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130122/NY45800) "We are thrilled to meet the needs of our growing global customer base through the successful creation of our Dolphin WaterCare service organization," stated Anupam Bhargava, CEO of Clearwater Systems. "Providing our customers with holistic water treatment service further demonstrates our commitment to non-chemical water treatment, an emerging best practice in the world of cooling water treatment and building resource efficiency." The Dolphin WaterCare service organization delivers best-in-class, chemical-free water treatment that provides superior control of biological activity, scale, and corrosion. Dolphin WaterCare's compelling value proposition extends to provide maximum water efficiency and efficient heat transfer – the key elements of an optimized cooling system. The service organization consists of a trusted network of regionally deployed, factory trained technicians — with expertise in both water chemistry and HVACR equipment — as well as an expanding fleet of fully-equipped Dolphin WaterCare service vehicles that ensure technicians have all the tools and accessories required to handle any service situation. The group also provides in-depth reports detailing performance and water savings data along with optional remote monitoring for an additional level of visibility and peace of mind for Dolphin WaterCare customers. The Dolphin WaterCare system is a proven and transformative solution that enables facilities to eliminate the risks and costs inherent in traditional, chemical-based water treatment such as: EH&S risks from chemical use, spills and exposure; valuable facility square-footage lost to chemical storage; inability to re-use blowdown water for greywater applications such as irrigation; and the environmental impact of the total chemical life-cycle from production and delivery through use and disposal.