Rochester Hills, MI (PRWEB) September 13, 2015
Plymouth Technology, Inc., a provider of industrial wastewater, water treatment chemicals, and application engineering solutions, have been invited to present at the Association of Water Technologies 2015 Annual Convention.
Steven Buday, Vice President and Technical Director at Plymouth Technology, will be sharing over 10 years of experience and knowledge with industry professionals on a novel application of metal precipitants. Steven will be speaking from 10:45am to 11:15am.
This presentation will cover a basic overview of the use of metal precipitants, including both the advantages and disadvantages of two carbamate-based metal precipitants. This will be followed by two novel application techniques found in industrial manufacturing wastewater treatment.
“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to present alongside great water and wastewater professionals attending the convention.” Said Mr. Buday, “Our team here at Plymouth Technology has extensive and diverse expertise with wastewater treatment and industrial processes, especially with regard to metals removal.”
Over the past 12 years, Steven has presented on metal removal techniques to the EPA, the Electrocoat Association, and the Water Environment Federation and had several articles in publications such as Pollution Engineering. Steven earned his B.S. in biology and chemistry from Eastern Michigan University and his M.S. in chemistry from Oakland University, where he developed a novel media for arsenic removal.
Plymouth Technology helps manufacturers in a wide range of industries consistently experience greater savings from ease of operation and reduced maintenance, chemical, wastewater treatment and wastewater disposal costs.
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 Association of Water Technologies:
The Association of Water Technologies (AWT) is the international water treatment association representing over 500 companies that specialize in applying water treatments for industrial and commercial cooling and heating systems. We work daily to support our members and provide them with the tools they need to succeed and grow — training, certification, networking, and regulatory and public awareness programs. For more information, visit http://www.awt.org.