Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) July 24, 2011
PEP Aerisa has signed MISCOwater (http://www.miscowater.com ) as their exclusive sales representatives for Waste Water Treatment Plants in the South West. MISCOwater has been awarded the south west region of the United States to represent Aerisa (http://www.aerisa.com) technology that removes common odors from waste water treatment plant process like Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Ammonia as well as other odors caused by Mercaptans that often result in nuisance odor complaints from local residents. “ Cold plasma technology releases charged ions into an air space and mitigates 99% of agents in the air that impact air quality at approximately 1/6th the energy usage of traditional air cleaning solutions,” per Mark Allen Roberts, PEP Aerisa President.
The Aerisa system has been effectively installed in a number of Waste Water Treatment Plants to remove odors and nuisance odor complaints from near by communities caused by H2S, Ammonia, and Mercaptans. Effectively treating the air in headwork’s and solids buildings as well as pump stations and lift stations the Aerisa technology produces clean, breathable indoor air environments for WWTP employees. Aerisa uses cold plasma technology to release charged ions into the air that aggressively attack agents in the air like H2S, Ammonia and Mercaptan molecules as well as Volatile organic compounds that negatively impact air quality.
MISCOwater is a leading Manufacturers’ Representative of process equipment for Water Treatment and Wastewater Treatment, in California, Nevada, Arizona, Denver and New Mexico. They specialize in providing reliable, proven, innovative and life cycle cost-effective solutions for municipal wastewater treatment and municipal water treatment. They represent over 50 market leading companies that provide quality process equipment. Dennis Emrie of MISCOwater went on to say “We are excited to be aligned with Aerisa. We have observed the impact their green technology has had for some of the waste water treatment plants in our market and we see Aerisa cold plasma technology as one more way of achieving our organizations’ goals of providing technologically superior solutions to environmental problems.”
Aerisa is in the process of identifying and recruiting market leading sales organizations in the waste water treatment area throughout North America. “When we were searching for the best firm to represent our technology we asked local treatment plants and Civil Engineering firms and MISCOwater kept coming out on the top of everyone’s list.” says Steve Swertley, Aerisa Western Regional Sales Director. “MISCOwater has the reputation of embracing new technologies to better serve the problems their customers have throughout the South West and we are honored to have won their support “ says Mark Allen Roberts, Aerisa President.
Studies indicate 90% of odors are electro-statically connected to something in the room. Our technology aggressively seeks out those toxins and odors in the air and produces clean, breathable air. Other technologies require the indoor air to be circulated through various forms of filtering systems that can become quite costly from an energy and maintenance perspective.” Roberts went on to say. An additional benefit waste water treatment facilities enjoy with the Aerisa technology is the elimination of corrosion typically found in indoor air spaces like headworks and solids buildings.
Aerisa also has used their technology to attack cigarette smoke and odors in casinos and gaming facilities, and was chosen by LAX Airport to provide the best indoor air quality for its customers and employees.
The Aerisa engineers continue to clean indoor air spaces with its green technology that often results in less air exchanges, reducing energy consumption over traditional solutions. Their system is often 1/8th to 1/10th the cost of other odor removal systems and reduces their client’s energy consumption compared to traditional solutions.
PEP Aerisa takes a “science of clean air” approach to solving the indoor air quality issues their customers may have. “Our experience serving the waste water treatment plants has built a strong foundation attacking some of the most aggressive odors, and we look forward to serving more plants with MISCOwater’s experience and expertise in this industry” says Roberts.
To find out more, please visit http://www.aerisa.com.
Mark Allen Roberts, President