Chem-Aqua, Inc., a wholly owned water treatment subsidiary of NCH Corporation, is pleased to announce that an article coauthored by member of its Management Team has been published in the Green Supplement to the Summer 2011 issue of The Analyst, a quarterly magazine from AWT (Association of Water Technologies). The article, “Using Automation to Green Your Water Treatment Program” by Allan Browning, Technical Marketing Manager for Chem-Aqua in Dallas, TX, and Sam McManis, Engineering Manager for Chem-Aqua in Dallas, TX, was featured in the publication’s T.U.T.O.R. section, a column that discusses issues of technical importance to the industry.
Mr. Browning’s and Mr. McManis’ article explained how a facility’s water treatment program can reduce utility bills, improve energy and water efficiency, and protect the environment. It also highlighted how automation can be used to help track and benchmark a water treatment program’s performance as required for building certification programs like USGBC®’s LEED® Green Building Rating System™.
The publication of this article is significant as The Analyst presents new technologies in the areas of cooling, boiler and wastewater treatment to the water treatment industry. The magazine highlights current developments in industrial water treatment and emphasizes the practical application of available technologies.
For 90 years Chem-Aqua has provided custom designed programs that solve water treatment problems and make boiler, cooling and process water systems more efficient. As a global solutions provider, Chem-Aqua has built success on a total system approach to water treatment and provides a comprehensive program of products, equipment and services addressing the unique mechanical, operational, chemical and personnel requirements of each system. In today’s industry this total system approach involves environmental sustainability, preservation of natural resources and reduced material waste. For more information on Chem-Aqua, please visit www.chemaqua.com.
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