Plymouth Technology Executive Introduces Technical Advancement for ECoat Solids Management

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Steven Buday the Vice-President and Technical Director at Plymouth Technology will be presenting on Alternative Methods of Treatment and Disposal of Electrocoat Paint at ECOAT16.

Plymouth Technology, the industrial wastewater chemical experts based out of Rochester Hills, MI, has announced that Vice-President Steven Buday will be speaking at the ECOAT16 show on February 17th at 2:30 PM. Mr. Buday will be introducing Alternative Methods of Treatment and Disposal of Electrocoat Paint, focusing on reducing labor requirements, minimizing capital equipment and associated costs through the use of Plymouth Technology’s superabsorbent polymers.

“A chief bottleneck in the wastewater management process is dewatering the detackified paint solids,” said Mr. Buday, “This translates into added labor to unclog, clean, or even replace filter press plate ports. If an undersized press is being operated, multiple press cycles will be required per detakification treatment as well. The new process is dramatically simpler and significantly lowers the total cost of operations.”

Plymouth Technology’s latest superabsorbent polymers have been shown to absorb up to five-hundred times their weight, reducing costs associated with the dewatering and detakification process and helping customers meet even the most stringent federal, state, and local water discharge limits.

Director of Sales Tim O’Mara will also be in attendance to support the event hosted by the Electrocoat Association and Products Finishing Magazine.

For more information regarding ECOAT16, The Electrocoat Association, and Products Finishing Magazine, head to

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

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