Chem-Aqua, Inc., a wholly owned water treatment subsidiary of NCH Corporation, is pleased to announce that two articles authored by members of its Engineering Team have been published in The Network, a quarterly magazine of Crest Publications Group. The two articles were featured in the publication’s GoGreen section: “High Cost of Water Treatment Problems” authored by Matt Schnepf, a Corporate Engineer for Chem-Aqua in Dallas, TX and “Cooling Tower Cleaning Pays Off” authored by Tom Worley, Operations Manager for Chem-Aqua Services in Dallas, TX.
Mr. Schnepf’s article on “High Cost of Water Treatment Problems” ran in the March 2010 issue of The Network. The article highlighted an often overlooked sustainability issue by detailing how an effective water treatment program can have a positive impact on energy and natural resource use within a facility while also keeping operating costs low.
Mr. Worley’s article on “Cooling Tower Cleaning Pays Off” ran in the September 2010 issue of The Network. The article focused on the importance of routine cooling tower cleaning and chlorination as a preventative maintenance practice to reduce energy consumption, save money and operate systems at peak efficiency.
The publication of these two articles is significant as The Network is read by over 30,000
Dallas/Ft Worth Commercial Real Estate Professionals. The magazine focuses on key issues and topics of importance to such professionals and is a respected voice in the commercial real estate community.
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.
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