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We pride ourselves in being a wastewater treatment partner.

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Over the years, we have helped many customers, from a range of industries, with their wastewater challenges. The strength and success of our organisation is due to quality of our products and the commitment of our team

Alkalinity & pH control

A safe and cost effective alternative to the use of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) or other chemicals for wastewater alkalinity and pH adjustment.

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Biogas management

Energy from biogas produced from anaerobic digestion of wastewater sludge is a powerful source of renewable energy, don’t waste the waste.

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Caustic replacement

A safe and cost effective alternative to the use of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) for wastewater alkalinity and pH adjustment.

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Hydrogen sulfide sequestration

Unlike other agents, which can be costly, potentially hazardous, and targeted at a single issue, ALKA-Mag+ offers a safe and cost-effective strategy for managing H2S.

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Odor & corrosion control

Unlike other agents, which can be costly, potentially hazardous, and targeted at a single issue, ALKA-Mag+ offers a safe and cost-effective strategy for managing odor.

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Magnesium Hydroxide – the best alternative to caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) and lime

Safe, cost-effective and better for the Earth

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CUSTOMER STORIES

May 18, 2020 \ ACTI-Mag \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment \ Food & Beverage
An innovative mixed-metal hydroxide for pH control and wastewater microorganism activity

An innovative mixed-metal hydroxide for pH control and wastewater microorganism activity at a meat processing facility in the United-States.

September 14, 2020 \ ACTI-Mag \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment \ Food & Beverage
Achieving sustainable dairy wastewater management with magnesium hydroxide

ALKA-Mag+, an innovative magnesium hydroxide slurry, was used by a dairy processor in the Pacific Northwest to provide better pH

September 11, 2020 \ ACTI-Mag \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment \ Food & Beverage
Converting from caustic to magnesium hydroxide

Spokane County Regional Water Reclamation Facility, operated by Jacobs, processes 8 million gallons per day (mgd) of wastewater collected from

High quality products | Proactive customer service

We take pride in providing high-quality products, technical credibility in the applications of water, process water, and wastewater treatment, dedicated delivery specialists and equipment, and proactive on-site technical service.

SUPPORTING WATERAID

Because we truly care about sanitation

Almost 2 billion people do not have a decent toilet or access to basic and safely managed sanitation. In many cases, faeces and urine end up untreated in the environment, contaminating it and threatening people’s health.

This is why IER supports WaterAid programs, to facilitate access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities.

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Latest News

June 09, 2021
Magnesium Hydroxide’s Role in Sludge Compaction

Trying to determine how to improve wastewater sludge dewatering and compaction can be a very complicated process.  The root cause

January 18, 2024
ALKA-Mag+ Mg(OH)2: alternative to caustic soda for wastewater treatment – with IER’s Lufkin TX facility

A safe and cost-effective alternative to the use of sodium hydroxide [caustic soda, NaOH] for wastewater alkalinity and pH adjustment

January 06, 2024
IER News Issue 12 – January 2024

A Letter from Doug Kelley, President of IER Hi everyone! I hope everybody had a very relaxing and Merry Christmas!

January 06, 2024
Magnesium Hydroxide – the Most Powerful and the Most Gentle

This is a common discussion I’ve had over the years with wastewater operations folks that struggle to understand this reality. 

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