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The Memphis, Tenn.,-based center will provide ion exchange services, high-quality water systems & laboratory services to a range of industrial clients
Envirogen Technologies Inc. announced the formal launch of the Envirogen Service Center in Memphis, Tenn., offering a range of technology-based water treatment solutions to industrial and municipal customers.
Capabilities of the Service Center include ion exchange and adsorptive media regeneration, system design and installation for deionized water (DI) production for a variety of industrial needs, heavy metals removal and recovery, precious metals removal and recovery, reverse osmosis systems and more. The Center also provides laboratory capabilities for project assessment and pilot studies. Envirogen's Memphis, Tenn., location has been the company's primary research, application technology and logistical support group for its North American operations and will now support water treatment and manufacturing operations outside the company.
According to Chris Burt, business manager for Envirogen Technologies, opening up the Service Center's capabilities to water treatment and manufacturing operations around the United States is a natural extension of Envirogen's mission to provide high performance, low lifecycle costs solutions. "In Memphis, our personnel have decades of experience with adsorptive and filtration technologies for a broad range of industries and applications. This makes us specialists in virtually every phase of these operations, from laboratory and pilot work, to system design and installation, to safe and cost-effective regeneration and operations—all aimed at achieving optimal performance and low long-term costs. Throughout all of these activities, our emphasis is on providing top quality service to our customers," Burt said.
Located in the Mid-South, its Memphis location and access to major interstate highways and other transportation systems allows it to effectively service locations around the country.
Ion exchange and adsorptive media services include:
The Service Center also designs, installs and services temporary and mobile treatment systems for industrial process water, boiler feed water and wastewater applications. For industrial process and boiler water, applications include deionization, the removal of sodium, hardness, barium, chlorides, sulfates, alkalinity and silica. Wastewater and process water applications include the treatment and/or recovery of metals—such as molybdenum and chromium—as well as other contaminants.