Up to Eight New MIEX Systems to Start Up in North America in 2010

May 10, 2010
Ten new installations currently under construction

This year is turning out to be another banner year for the adoption of the MIEX Technology in North America with 10 new installations currently in construction and up to eight of these scheduled to start up by the end of 2010, according to the company.

Regions where MIEX systems are currently in construction include Alabama, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, South Dakota, Washington, Alaska and Saskatchewan, Canada. The capacities of these water treatment plants range from 300 gal per minute to 14 million gal per day.

“We are very pleased to see the market embracing the MIEX Technology for meeting current and future DBP standards,” said Shane Jones, president, Orica Watercare. “And with quite a few more installations to commence construction later this year, 2011 also promises to be a very busy year for us.”

Source: Orica Watercare

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