FET Conference to Address Environmental Compliance with Plymouth Technology.

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Mark Brazee and Michael Carney will be presenting on The Treatment of Processing Water at the event.

The Federation of Environmental Technologists (FET) are sponsoring the Environmental Compliance at Industrial Sand Mines and Processing Facilities event on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015. The event is being held at the Holiday Inn Eau Claire, Wi.

Plymouth Technology representative Mark Brazee will be giving a speech with Michael Carney from J Carpenter Environmental on the Treatment of Processing Water for Industrial Sand Mining at 3:00 PM.

“We have been able to work within the sand mining industry to refine our product offering to best suit water quality needs” Said Mr. Brazee,” In the process, we have been able to meet or exceed the environmental standards used in the sand mining industry which has significantly reduced the impact on the surrounding areas.”

Plymouth Technology is able to provide polymers that are generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA. The FET and sand mining industry have moved to using GRAS products to minimize the environmental impact on local water sources.

About Plymouth Technology:
Founded in 1991, Plymouth Technology, Inc. of Rochester Hills, MI., is a leading provider of industrial water and wastewater treatment chemicals, equipment and consulting services. The company specializes in delivering customized solutions with on-site service for water, energy and waste minimization, water reuse and environmental compliance. Introduced in 2004, Metals Removal Systems™ are in use throughout the United States enabling industrial manufacturers to reuse process wastewater and reduce operating costs. Plymouth Technology is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise. For more information, visit http://www.plymouthtechnology.com.

About The FET:
The Federation of Environmental Technologists, Inc. (FET) was founded in 1982 as a 501(c)(3) exempt organization to assist industry interpret and comply with environmental regulations. Our membership is regional (Great Lakes Region) and fluctuates at around 600-700 members. FET is recognized throughout the country by other professional organizations for its participation in educational programs. More information on the FET event can be found at http://www.fetinc.org.

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