To Our Customers, Partners and Friends
March 29, 2020
We hope this communication finds you well.
With the continuing situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for businesses, we want to assure you that World Water Works (WWW) is working diligently to sustain our core operations and to serve our customers’ needs during these unprecedented times.
WWW is requesting employees to work from home where possible, and are following recommended CDC and other government guidelines and requirements in order to minimize exposure and protect the health of our employees and partners.
Oklahoma’s Governor Stitt made an historic announcement effective March 25, 2020, ordering all non-essential businesses to close and for many people to stay home. The Governor’s order included provisions for essential businesses (those businesses identified as being within a critical infrastructure sector as defined by federal government) to remain open and that their essential employees can continue to work. We believe that World Water Works falls into the designation of an essential business under the guidelines of Governor Stitt’s order and our Company plans to continue our operations, to support our customers, our employees and partners.
To date, we have not seen notable disruptions in our operations or product delivery plans or timing. As we have all seen, the COVID-19 situation is very dynamic, and circumstances change daily. We intend to keep our production facility in Oklahoma City open to support essential operations, but we are avoiding non-essential business travel during this period of heightened health concerns.
We will continue to be proactive and adjust our policies and activities accordingly as changes develop. If you have any concerns about a project or specific WWW product order or project or service trip timing, please reach out to your WWW Project manager or other main contact.
Thank you for putting your trust in WWW. We wish you the best and look forward to supporting our customers and partners now and in the future.
1-800-607-PURE | 4000 SW 113TH STREET, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73173 | WWW.WORLDWATERWORKS.COM
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