Thirsty Duck Announces Canadian Partnership With John Meunier Inc.

March 12, 2014

Trinity, FL — Thirsty Duck, LP ( announced today that they have secured an agreement with John Meunier Inc. to represent and distribute their products in Canada.  Based in Montreal and with offices across Canada, John Meunier Inc. is the leading supplier of flow control products to the stormwater industry in Canada. 

“John Meunier Inc. is an industry leader and an outstanding organization.  We are thrilled to be working with them in Canada,” says Brian Shugrue, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Thirsty Duck, LP. 

“With increasingly complex regulations and design standards, there is a greater need for innovative solutions.  The engineering and regulatory community in Canada has become aware of the significant role buoyant flow technology can play in improving the efficiency of stormwater controls.  John Muenier, Inc. was the obvious choice for Thirsty Duck given their vast experience and dominance in the market place for stormwater flow control solutions.”, said Jon Moody, Chief Operating Officer for Thirsty Duck, LP.

Gianfranco Maragno, Team Leader, HYDROVEX at John Meunier, Inc. comments, “John Meunier Inc. is proud to represent Thirsty Duck’s line of buoyant flow control devices in Canada. This game changing technology allows us to broaden our product offering and provide the storm water industry with new solutions.”

About Thirsty Duck
Thirsty Duck, LP is the global leader in buoyant flow control, providing innovative products and technology to the stormwater industry.  The company designs, manufactures, and markets two lines of self-skimming, patented floating outlets that have the ability to achieve nearly constant discharge regardless of headwater depth. When sized to deliver the maximum allowable outflow rate, detention storage volume can be reduced by up to 50%, depending on site-specific hydrologic characteristics, analysis method, and regulatory agency criteria. The excess system volume can be utilized to meet client- or project-specific needs such as providing additional water quality volume in environmentally sensitive areas and providing additional flood attenuation volume in flood prone areas or more buildable land when property size is limited. Thirsty Duck floating outlets and skimmers can be used in new construction or in retrofit applications.

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