New environmental website will allow users to navigate from an environmental challenge to a solution from the company
FMC Corp. announced launch of its environmental website, www.environmental.fmc.com. The newly designed website showcases products from the Soil and Groundwater Remediation and Water Treatment businesses, technologies and service model, as well as access to the technical resources necessary to help customers solve contamination challenges in complex environments.
“The needs of our customers were the top priority when building this digital resource. In some cases, customers will know the solution they need to solve the environmental issue. Most of the time however, customers know the problem, but are unsure of the best product and approach for treatment,” said Amie Dunn, marketing communications manager, FMC Global Peroxygens. “Our new site is an intuitive experience making it easy for the user to search by product or contaminant. Recognizing customers’ challenges and providing possible solutions at the onset during their web visits is the first step in our commitment to stand beside a customer every step of the way.”
The website also offers various tools to help customers, partners and others in the industry expand their knowledge on topics that affect environmental remediation. The site is now home to an ongoing series of Soil & Groundwater Remediation webinars, intended to engage members of the industry in conversation about the science behind some of today's remedial treatments. FMC’s internal and external network of experts will promote education and understanding among consulting engineers, owners of remediation sites, regulators and others in the remediation field through the webinars, which feature a scientific discussion on the topic of choice led by an industry expert, followed by the presentation of a case study and concluding with a question and answer session.
Also featured on the website are case studies that explore the successful trials of the Water Treatment team’s VigorOx WWT II wastewater disinfection technology.