Facility & Environmental Management Media

Internal Promotions Part 2: FEM Division relies on culture, safety

October 5, 2018

Between July 2017 and June 2018, MPW employees accepted 309 promotions, which is about 10 percent of the company’s total number of employees. In this three-part series, The Leader will publish the stories of MPW employees who have made strides professionally and examine how and why MPW continues to invest in its people. Click here to read Part […]

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White Paper: Facility & Environmental Management Best Practices Guides

August 20, 2018

View Full White Paper On any given day, our team is managing hundreds of projects at customer sites across the U.S. and Canada, ranging from complex industrial water and cleaning jobs, to facilities management and environmental services projects. While our business and capabilities have grown and changed over the years, our motivation has always remained constant: provide […]

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MPW’s Field Service Technicians fully staff Minnesota wastewater facility

July 2, 2018

 View Full Case Study  Upon purchasing a Minnesota dairy facility, a food production company was facing issues with its wastewater discharge failing to meet city specifications. The city had fined the facility hundreds of thousands of dollars in previous years for discharges that exceeded the plant’s permit. At one point the city forced the facility […]

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MPW’s Honda Indiana team excels during comprehensive inventory move

June 12, 2018

RFG/MPW employees at Honda Manufacturing of Indiana faced an imposing challenge in March: transportation of all Honda Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) inventory by semi-tractor trailer from the assembly plant to its offsite warehouse 10 miles away. This project was necessary due to the recently added production of a future Honda model, the Insight, at […]

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MPW’s Pierce, Tolbert serve as instructors at POWER-GEN workshop

January 4, 2018

On December 4, Justin Pierce, MPW Director of Engineering and Manufacturing, and Brad Tolbert, Industrial Water Sales Director, joined three other industry experts in instructing a workshop on closing coal ash ponds. Titled From Start to Finish: Closing Coal Ash Ponds, the pre-conference workshop was part of the POWER-GEN International Conference at the Las Vegas […]

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RFG/MPW garners diversity award from Volkswagen

January 4, 2018

MPW Industrial Services, along with its partner RFG, recently earned Volkswagen’s 2017 Passion for Diversity Award. RFG/MPW serves VW at the automaker’s only U.S. assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, performing deep cleanings, paint shop work and comprehensive waste management services. This honor marked the third prestigious award MPW’s Facility & Environmental Management (FEM) Division received […]

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MPW improves pipe-cleaning process for Southeastern auto manufacturer

December 14, 2017

 View Full Case Study  An automotive manufacturing facility in the Southeastern United States sought a partner with the innovative capabilities to improve the safety and efficiency of its industrial cleaning processes. Specifically, the plant required improvements for its procedures to remove sludge buildup from pipes inside phosphate tanks. Previous cleaning attempts were performed with manual-lancing […]

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The benefits of partnering with an integrated facilities management company

November 15, 2017

In the complex, day-to-day operation of an industrial plant, managers are always on the lookout for the best ways to cut costs in key areas. From infrastructure improvements and plant downtime, to managing a waste stream, keeping track of the many isolated areas of the production process doesn’t always come easily. With so many ways […]

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Webinar recap: Finding a sustainability program that fits your organization

November 15, 2017

Each year, U.S. manufacturers generate several billion tons of waste, requiring companies to devote significant operational resources to identification and disposal. Reducing this waste requires a keen understanding of the entire stream, from raw material suppliers to disposal at the landfill. A thorough waste-stream assessment can help plants devise a custom strategy to becoming a […]

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Lawson retires after 26 years

November 8, 2017

Paul Lawson recently retired from MPW Industrial Services after 26 years with the company. Lawson’s MPW career started in 1991 as a laborer in Battle Creek, Michigan. MPW promoted him to Crew Leader in 1992 and to Supervisor in 1994. He retired as an Account Manager/Supervisor, still working in Battle Creek for MPW’s Facility & […]

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