Rochester Hills, Michigan (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
Plymouth Technology, a provider of industrial water and waste water treatment and consulting services, today announced the presentation at WEFTEC 2013 by Technical Director Steven Buday was well received by water quality experts and peers.
Mr. Buday’s presentation, titled “Novel Application of Polyethyleneimine Dithiocarbamate to Remove Heavily Complexed Zinc from Electrocoat Waste Water” is an expert-level approach describing how an industrial enterprise can produce compliant water with less sludge generation and at a reduced cost. The method describes uses existing technology in a novel way to achieve markedly improved results.
"Plymouth Technology is a leader in developing scientifically-sound water treatment for manufacturers," said Plymouth Technology Technical Director Steven Buday. "The well-educated experts at the WEFTEC conference were eager to learn more about this innovative and compelling new technology solution that promises real benefits to the industry."
“WEFTEC is the ideal forum to present our revolutionary processes to industry peers and companies seeking relevant waste water treatment solutions,” stated Plymouth Technology President Amanda Christides. “It is our goal to not only provide environmentally appropriate solutions for the manufacturing enterprise, but also to enable them to operate more efficiently and profitably.”
About Plymouth Technology
Founded in 1991, Plymouth Technology, Inc. of Rochester Hills, Mich., is a leading provider of water and wastewater treatment chemicals, equipment and consulting services for industrial and oil & gas applications. The company specializes in delivering customized solutions with on-site service for water, energy and waste minimization, water reuse and environmental compliance. Plymouth Technology is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise. For more information, visit http://www.plymouthtechnology.com.
WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the biggest meeting of its kind in North America and offers thousands of water quality professionals from around the world the best water quality education and training available today. Founded in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization with 36,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations.