Management Team

U.S.Based Personnel
Howard J. Siemers, B.S., MBA

Water Systems International Ltd .,Founder-Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Siemers was previously founder and CEO of a startup healthcare service company that provided laundry and linen services to several leading hospitals in six US cities. During his five year tenure of building the company into an industry leader, he became intimately involved with water reuse engineering before he sold his shares to start WSI. Prior to that he held several operating and financial positions, including 7 years of international business development, during a 15-years career tenure with Marriott Corporation, a large US based hotel company. Mr.Siemers received his under-graduate degree in accounting and management and a MBA from St. Johns University. He is a member of the American Waterworks and International Desalinization Associations.


N. Krishnan, BE, M.Tech, SMEP
Chairman & Managing Director – Water Systems India (P) Ltd

Mr. Krishnan has considerable operational experience in the water industry, most recently with Sacede India (P) Ltd., a water and wastewater processing equipment company. He was CEO of the firm and was responsible for its expansion to its current level of USD$ 15 million. Prior to that he held several engineering and management positions with various water companies and worked extensively with the World Bank funded project in India. He received a BE in Civil Engineering from M.K. University and a M.Tech., in Environmental Engineering & Sanitation from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Mr.Krishnan also received Management training and earned an S.M.E.P. From the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He has undergone several training programmes at WSI Membrane Systems Production facility in RASCO, USA, Saceccav Depurzioni Sacede, Milano and Desio, Italy and Jones + Attwood, Birminghom, UK. He is also a member of Indian Water Works Association , Indian Environmental Engineers Associations and Indian Desalination Association.