Flovac Management -Global Team, Local Solutions
Mr Gooren has been involved with vacuum technology since 1981 and established Gooren BV in Holland in 1988. Mr Gooren has designed over 200 systems and has established 15 Flovac offices throughout Europe and Latin America. Mr Gooren is widely considered one of the experts in vacuum technology and was a member of the European committee that developed the first vacuum sewerage standard in the world, EN 1091, the European standard that is now used throughout the Middle East and Asia as well as in Europe.
Mr Radinoff is a leading figure in the water industry and together with his brother Peter has ensured that Flovac Australia has been the leading developer of the vacuum industry in Australia since 1984.
Prior to joining his brother at Flovac in 2000, Mr Radinoff had been involved in International Banking for over twenty years as Vice President of Goldman Sachs in Asia and Executive Director of Swiss Banking Corporation (UBS) in Australia. Mr Radinoff sits on the board of the Australian operations and of Flovac Inc. (The America’s) headquartered in Florida. He was responsible for the development of standards and a code of practice for vacuum sewers in Australia which is now being taken up in a number of other countries.
Mr Vogt, a chemical engineer, studied at the University of Dortmund in Germany. He has been involved with the design, installation and operation of some of the largest vacuum schemes in Europe and has been involved in the water industry for over twenty five years. Mr Vogt has been the driving force in the acceptance of the technology in many countries particularly in Eastern and Southern Europe. Mr Vogt is on the board of Flovac Deutschland, Flovac Polska and Flovac Adria.
Mr Radinoff is widely recognized as one of the most skilled and experienced operations people in the world with vacuum sewerage systems.
Mr Radinoff runs a number of training courses for contractors, operators and plumbers and has commissioned in excess of 70 vacuum sewerage systems. From 1989-2004 Peter was responsible for the operation and maintenance of seven Sydney Water projects, incorporating over 4,000 houses.