Wastewater Chemistry 101: Odor, Corrosion and FOG (fats, oil and grease) Control in Sewer Lines
“By demonstrating our technical credibility in the storage and handling of a slurried product, and willingness to spend multiple days on-site to make sure that their chemical storage and feed system was reliable and robust, the City of Snohomish converted to IER and to our supply of AMALGAM-60 magnesium hydroxide.”
– John Strong, IER Technical Service ManagerRead more
As the infrastructure in the United States continues to age it has become increasingly apparent that improved understanding, maintenance, and treatment for sewer line odor and corrosion is extremely important. Magnesium Hydroxide is an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective treatment for odor and corrosion in sewer lines.Read more
Talon joined IER in 2017, after working several years as a nuisance wildlife control specialist and arborist.
Talon drives from our Centralia plant to customer sites and has been an important part of the team over the last few years. He looks after installation, and also assists the plant manager when needed.