2019 RVIA Economic Impact Study

The new RVs Move America Economic Impact Study, released June 3, 2019 at the annual meeting of RVIA, revealed the RV industry has an overall economic impact on the US economy of $114 billion, supporting nearly 600,000 jobs, contributing more than $32 billion in wages, and paying more than $12 billion in federal, state, and local taxes. The announcement was made by Garry Enyart, RVIA chairman, and Onan/Cummins Director of Mobile Generator Sales & Coach Care.

For more information on the $114 billion total economic impact and what it includes, click here.

No Dirty Water, W.S. Darley and Ozotech Bring New Systems to RV Market

Mon Jul 23, 2018
Author: RV News Staff

No Dirty Water has teamed up with W.S. Darley and Ozotech to bring its new portable, activated oxygen/ozone-based water purification systems to the market.

"This will be a game changer for bringing, clean, great-tasting, healthy water to the outdoors--camping, hiking, fishing, RVing and outdoor adventure in a way that's environmentally responsible," the company says.

Members of the Darley and Ozotech teams will be at booth 31152-UL at the Outdoor Retail Summer Market in Denver, where they'll share demonstrations and the technical details of the products.

W.S. Darley, a leader in firefighting equipment and pumps for more than a century, Ozotech, a global distributor and leading manufacturer of activated oxygen/ozone generating equipment and No Dirty Water (NDW), a leader in portable activated oxygen/ozone-based water purification systems, today announced a combined effort to transform water purification for consumer and commercial applications.

No Dirty Water self-contained system: This smaller, portable water filtration kit is ideal for families and individual who want an easy-to-use method for providing clean, great tasting water. Great for camping, RVing, hunting, sporting events or home use, the system utilizes a 5-micron filtration system to remove harmful chemicals and sediment and activated oxygen to disinfect and remove odors and bad taste.

No Dirty Water OEM kit: utilizing the same filtration and activated oxygen/ozone technology, the No Dirty Water OEM kit enables manufacturers of recreational vehicles, marine, heavy-duty trucks and vehicles for the foodservice industry to provide the same clean, great tasting water to their end users.

No Dirty Water Dealer Kit: utilizing the proprietary activated oxygen/ozone-based water purification system that can be installed on in the secondary market by independent dealers and outdoor retailers for recreational vehicle and marine applications.

No Dirty Water Consumer Kit: a fully contained kit ideal for consumers and DIY applications, allowing consumers to retrofit their RV, marine or camper with NDW’s activated oxygen/ozone-based water purification system.

“The world today is facing a constant need for clean drinking water, and we are pleased to work with these two great companies that share our passion for creating a better world. A little over a decade ago, Apple introduced the first iPhone, revolutionizing the ways we communicate and live our lives, so why can’t we use the same technological drive to solve the world’s water problems over the next decade?” says John Sztykiel, founder of NDW. “We see many opportunities to expand the addressable market for portable activated oxygen/ozone-based technology beyond clean drinking water, and we are excited to explore these opportunities together.”

The joint effort of these three companies will also bring a positive impact on the environment.

“At Darley Water Solutions, we are always looking for new ways to provide safe, clean and healthy drinking water in a variety of emergency response, military, and humanitarian
applications,” says Kevin Sofen, Director of Business Development at W.S. Darley. “When we see natural or man-made disasters, the first critical need to be addressed is for clean drinking water. These systems can provide reliable, efficient sources of clean drinking water wherever it’s needed, from a disaster recovery to developing nations across the world.”

Steve Christiansen, head of sales and operations at Ozotech says, “We see many opportunities to leverage our technology to provide a market redefining, innovative solution for drinking water. By teaming up with NDW and Darley Water Systems, we are using ozone technology to provide cleaner, greener solutions to improve peoples’ lives.”