With decades of experience in water and waste water treatment, our leadership team is able to deliver highly technical advice based on a complete understanding of a water/waste water operation and the customers’ needs.

Charles Johnson – PRESIDENT

 Charles helps to set the strategic direction of Waterhouse and oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. He has operated several successful businesses in his thirty-year business career.

Jens Husted Kjaer – DIRECTOR

With a M.Sc in Chemical engineering and more than 20 years of experience in chemicals, pollution control, and micro filtration, Jens advises on assisting with setting the strategic priorities of Waterhouse.


Mark’s priority is to work directly with customers in their plants to ensure the best technical and cost effective solution to their problem. Mark brings ten years of water treatment experience to Waterhouse and has worked extensively with clients in Western Canada and North-Western United States.



Kate has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Victoria.  She comes to Waterhouse with hands-on experience in providing water management solutions for municipal development.   She enjoys problem solving and finding creative solutions that meet the needs of her customers.

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Tim graduated with a Bachelor in Applied Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering and has a strong passion to work with people.  His technical background enables him to effectively break down problems and to identify solutions.

Anthony S. Greville – TECHNICAL MANAGER

Anthony has a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable water treatment experts in western Canada and Northwestern United States. He brings decades of experience to any discussion and there has yet to be a customer problem that he did not have a solution for. We are excited to have Anthony on our team.

Jillian Hamilton – OFFICE MANAGER

Jillian ensures deliveries and orders run smoothly. With a PhD in organic chemistry, Jillian has a rare knowledge mix of products and their corresponding logistical hazards.