Charleston, SC, July 12, 2013 – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released an update to its report on emerging technologies, identifying EnviroMix as an innovative technology for efficient mixing. The publication, Emerging Technologies for Wastewater Treatment and In-Plant Wet Weather Management, was developed by the EPA as a tool for owners, operators and engineers seeking information on innovative technologies. EnviroMix was selected for its efficient mixing technology, focused on driving down power cost by 60% or more, as compared to legacy technologies.
“Once again, we are extremely proud to be part of this publication, which demonstrates our continued value in helping water & wastewater professionals reduce energy demand,” said Ted Jenkins CEO of EnviroMix. “We continue to see rapid adoption of our engineered solutions focused on efficient mixing and process controls.”
The EnviroMix technology summary can be found in chapter six, “Energy Conservation Measures,” (pg 165). The EPA review highlights the Company’s mixing technology solutions for both anoxic and anaerobic zones, in order to drive down energy demand while meeting nutrient removal limits.”
With offices in Atlanta, GA and Charleston, SC, EnviroMix is a privately held corporation, which designs and manufactures treatment systems to dramatically reduce energy costs and help facilities meet nutrient removal limits. Utilizing patented and proprietary technology, the Company provides both equipment and process control solutions to enhance plant performance in the water and wastewater markets. For additional information please visit www.enviro-mix.com.