Charleston, SC, July 29, 2015 – In recognition of its ability to consistently meet the most stringent water purification requirements, NSF International (NSF) has awarded EnviroMix certification for drinking water systems. The company has received the NSF Standard 61 certification on its nozzle technology, offering water treatment facilities safe and innovative solutions for mixing systems.
The NSF Standard 61: Drinking Water System Components certification is the nationally recognized health effects standard for all devices, components, and materials that contact drinking water. The Standard 61 certification is applicable to the AquaBlend™, BioMix™ and BioCycle™ brands, designed for energy efficient compressed gas mixing for potable water storage, water quality preservation and surface water flocculation. EnviroMix has been a leader in the municipal water and wastewater market with engineered solutions for efficient mixing and integrated process controls. The recent Standard 61 certification furthers the existing system benefits by assuring the products meet strict health effect requirements for water treatment.
Ted Jenkins, CEO of EnviroMix, stated “The NSF certification is another step in our strategic plan to bring innovative, safe and cost effective solutions to the market. As water continues to be a critical issue around the world, our team is focused on creating reliable and safe solutions.”
Headquartered in 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 complete mixing systems, process controls, and energy management solutions to enhance plant performance in the water and wastewater markets. For additional information please visit www.enviro-mix.com.