Incorporating in 2002 as Rossing’s, Inc. d/b/a Lakota Water Company, the “Lakota” staff and crews have serviced customers all across the nation with either rainwater harvesting or water treatment needs, both residential and commercial. Specializing in the installation of large-scale potable rainwater harvesting systems, Lakota has become a household name among the rainwater community. They are known for their state-of-the art designs and service.
Alan Rossing, CEO and founder of Lakota Water Company, was born Allen Fox and is of Lakota Sioux ancestry. Although he was adopted at an early age and raised in East Texas, he and his children maintain a tribal membership in South Dakota.
Alan has over 30 years of water treatment experience which includes industrial- and commercial-grade water production as well as installation, design, and treatment of large-scale water systems. These systems include everything from nuclear power plants to semiconductors to bottled water manufacturers. He has written articles on ultrapure water and reverse osmosis and has been a rainwater expert contributor for local news stories and publications on sustainable living. Alan oversees sales, installations, and service and is a regular presenter at various rainwater harvesting venues.
Amy Rossing, co-owner of Lakota Water Company, has two Business degrees and brings over 30 years of experience to the company from the legal and HR professions. Amy has owned two successful retail businesses and has an award-winning background in sales and team building . She oversees all administrative and business operations for the company.
Lakota Water Company is proud to be first in the industry to offer franchise opportunities. Mr. Josh Burnham is a franchisee serving 13 counties in the western Central Texas area. Franchise opportunities are available for other markets, as well.
Lakota memberships include the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) and the Dripping Springs Chamber of Commerce.
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