IER News Issue 1 - September 2020

John Van Wingerden \ September 22, 2020

A warm welcome to our very first Newsletter.

A Letter from Doug Kelley, President of IER

“IER is thrilled to become a new member of the Calix Team of global wastewater experts!  As part of this team, we are excited to launch our new website and the first issue of a quarterly Newsletter, both of which are designed to help municipalities and industries solve their wastewater challenges by optimizing financial, safety, and environmental factors.

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For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please contact us.

Thank you! “

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Case study: Achieving sustainable dairy wastewater management with magnesium hydroxide.
  • The value of magnesium hydroxide as a substitute for caustic soda and lime
  • Webinar series: Better pH & alkalinity control
  • Introducing John Van Wingerden
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