the team continues to be at the forefront of new technology and products that make the outdoors a bit safer for families, for wildlife, and for the future
Alpharetta, Georgia (PRWEB) April 05, 2016
Tracom fiberglass open channel flow products are providing new and advanced alternatives for wastewater monitoring. Companies today are reevaluating the importance of responsible wastewater management. Tracom, Inc. is helping these industries find a way to install safe, standardized equipment to monitor output levels. Considering recent developments in Flint, Michigan, Americans are beginning to take note of the importance of water quality from consumption to disposal.
The Atlanta-based company is pioneering the future of wastewater monitoring. Tracom, Inc. develops custom fiberglass products that are installed on the outflow pipes of industrial factories and manufacturing centers. By nature, these businesses produce toxic wastes that can end up in natural water supplies without the proper precautions. Tracom, Inc. becomes the vital step in helping these high-industry companies monitor and prevent long-term water pollution.
The Importance of Wastewater Monitoring
Contaminants like lead, toxic paint, and other industrial byproducts can eventually end up in public waterways. Without adequate safeguards, lakes and rivers can easily become inundated with unsafe and illegal levels of hazardous materials. Tracom, Inc. develops the non-corrosive fiberglass pipes that allow companies to measure water quality at the time of disposal.
Specialized products like Parshall Flumes and Weir Boxes are foreign to the average person, but essential components of wastewater treatment for thousands of businesses. These modules can be outfitted with sample tubes and measurement devices to continuously audit water output. Through Tracom’s products, industries across the country have been able to promote sustainable water management for 26 years.
National Industry Recognition
Wastewater monitoring is governed by a rigid set of regulations that are overseen by national government organizations. Tracom’s fiberglass products must not only meet client expectations, but also pass federal standards. In doing so, Tracom, Inc. has won endorsements from some of the biggest players in ecological preservation, including the US Army Corps of Engineers and the US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Now, one of the company’s original founders, Clarence Kazmier, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP). Clarence has been a
member of the GAWP for 45 years. He currently provides Quality Assurance on our products and executive leadership on the company’s board.
"Thanks to the Tracom’s continued commitment to outstanding products and commitment of industrial wastewater monitoring, the team continues to be at the forefront of new technology and products that make industry safer for families, for wildlife, and for the future", adds Matt Kazmier (General Manager).
About Tracom, Inc.
For 26 years, Tracom, Inc. has been partnering with some of the most recognizable brands in America, creating standardized solutions for wastewater treatment. From Fortune 500 companies to public universities, the team has gained a reputation as one of the most dependable names in the industry, thanks in part to their state-of-the-art fiberglass production facility.
"As expectations shift to more responsible wastewater management and federal regulations demand an increased level of participation, Tracom will strive to continue in driving innovation in ecological responsibility", adds Kazmier. To learn more about Tracom, Inc. visit them online at http://tracomfrp.com.