Hartford, CT (PRWEB) December 22, 2014
Express Kitchens, recently named by Fortune Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, continues its commitment to the ecology with the recent purchases of a green water treatment system and to its growth with a Yukon Bridge Saw.
Spokesman Scott Boutellier says, “It is our goal not only to provide our customers with the best products, but also products that are fabricated in an up-to-date facility that focuses on being ‘green’ by recycling our water in a safe, modern and efficient method.” Boutellier adds, “We trust that the community will see that we have their well-being in mind as we are committed to preserving a precious commodity like water.”
Not only will Express Kitchens save in excess of 23,000 gallons of water per day with the new 100% closed loop water recycling system for its fabrication shop, but the water recycling and filtration system will also allow the company to reuse all of the water used in the production of its kitchen countertops. Complying with the Clean Water Act means nothing is going down the drain, out the back door, or into a septic system and the inorganic waste, a byproduct of this process, is easily disposed of as it poses no hazards.
The additional purchase of a high yield Yukon Bridge Saw will significantly increase speed at which Express Kitchens can produce quartz, granite and marble countertops. This shortened production cycle will allow the company to produce quick, precise cuts and in turn deliver product to customers in a shorter time frame.
Express Kitchens, in its promise to serve the greater community, plans to add several more local jobs and provide better service to customers in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
To find out more about Express Kitchens, its products, and its job opportunities, go to http://www.expresskitchen.net