Brimac cleans-up with water treatment agreement
27 March 2008
Brimac Environmental Services is targeting companies, which accrue high effluent treatment costs, with a system from Michigan, USA, based provider, Plymouth Technology. Sole European distributor, Brimac, said the Metals Removal System (MRS) would have a positive environmental impact, claiming that up to 50% of water treated in this way can be reused in some processes.
Paint manufacturers are set to benefit from the MRS
‘The real strength of this partnership is that we can now offer European industrial manufacturers a superior technological solution for significantly improved wastewater treatment,’ said Will Downie, CEO of Brimac. ‘The MRS has been specifically designed for the industrial manufacturing sector to reduce water consumption and achieve metal removal rates never before achievable resulting in cleaner, safer water.’
Using proprietary media and patented processes to absorb heavy metals and other contaminants, the MRS is particularly popular with plating companies, metal refineries and large paint manufacturers. Facilities must treat wastewater on-site before releasing it into municipal water systems. Brimac says MRS treated wastewater requires less chemicals, produces less sludge and therefore less plant resources, while providing an effluent stream typically cleaner than that required by regulations.
‘Strong demand in the US resulted in a need to expand our MRS product offering for customers with international operations,’ Amanda Christides, president and CEO of Plymouth Technologies, said. ‘Our new Brimac partnership will provide a clear channel to deliver Plymouth Technology’s MRS systems to the UK and European market, helping us to better address the burgeoning requirement to standardise globally. Brimac Environmental Services offers a common vision for the development and market introduction of our waste water treatment solutions that will revolutionise the way manufacturers use water,’ she added.
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