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The most recent graduates of the Universal First Line Leader program include (left to right): Charles Nale, Willie Stonerock, Larry Liggins, Michael Beavers, Lisa Bryan, Sarah Ramsey, David McClain, Jason Nutt, John Juarez, Gregory Martin, Paul Cline, Kaleem Winns, Brandon Middleton, Alexander Franklin, Joseph Koscoe, Randy Azbell, Andrew Beck and David Ravert

First Line Leaders are Making a Difference

December 14, 2023

Congratulations to the inaugural graduating class of the new Universal First Line Leader program! Graduates completed a series of Competent Person eCourses, Business Acumen webinars and in-person leadership concepts training as part of a new revamped program, which includes online instruction. “We had several participants from Industrial Water and Industrial Services, as well as a […]

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November 7, 2023

It turned out to be a good deal for everyone. A steel plant in Mingo Junction, Ohio needed to get rid of mounds of damp lime left over from the steelmaking process. A waste service company in nearby Cambridge, Ohio needed a substance to prepare material in a solidification pit for disposal. “A lot of […]

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A Day in the Life: Ray Ratcliff

May 17, 2023

In a company as diverse as MPW in people and professions, it’s easy for all employees to settle into their immediate surroundings and lose touch with what other departments do on a regular basis, even on the same campus. Per reader request to focus more upon all MPW employees, sometimes all we need to bridge […]

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December 12, 2022

MPW is building custom dollies for a truck manufacturer in Ohio. MPW, as a service provider at this particular plant—was running short of the dollies it needed to move its trucks along its assembly line. Each truck, during assembly, requires two dollies, one at its front and the other at the rear. A pin on […]

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Electric Vehicle Services

A Texas Auto Manufacturer Partners with MPW for Industrial Cleaning and Technology Support

May 13, 2022

PROBLEM A Texas automobile manufacturer required detailed industrial cleaning for the building and process equipment in several locations within the plant, including the paint shop, as well as the battery formation, battery cell and drive unit departments. The manufacturer also required specialized dashboards with the ability to track many different data metrics. Additionally, technical ability […]

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Electric Vehicle Services

MPW Assists an EV Auto Manufacturer with Battery Recycling

May 13, 2022

PROBLEM A southern EV auto manufacturing facility discards tens of thousands of pounds of lithium EV batteries weighing 60 to 75 pound each. These spent or damaged batteries are harmful to the environment if not disposed of properly. In addition, the auto manufacturer purchased roughly 15,000 pounds of batteries that were found to be unusable. […]

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Waterjetting and the WJTA

February 16, 2022

50 YEARS AND BEYOND As MPW celebrates 50 years of advancing waterjetting for industrial cleaning use, General Manager and Waterjet Technology Association President Jimmy Peck looks to the future of not only the WJTA, but industrial cleaning waterjet technology as a whole. Read more below

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Hydro-Excavation Recycle System

MPW Introduces Recycling System for Hydro-Excavation Industry

October 13, 2021

New System Reduces Operating Costs and Saves Resources (HEBRON, Ohio) — Date — MPW has developed an automated system that allows dig water to be reused in hydro-excavation, revolutionizing the industry. By separating excavated debris from dig water, aggregate and soil can be repurposed for use on site or hauled for disposal, allowing the dig […]

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Environmental and industrial cleaning teams shine for steel producer

May 6, 2021

PROBLEM An environmental services company working at a stainless-steel production facility faced constant issues with safety, compliance, equipment and meeting project deadlines. The mill, which was located in the Southeastern part of the United States, inevitably began searching for a more competent organization to manage its waste services, environmental spills and emergency response. The new […]

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From left: Kale Holbrook, Jimmy Peck, Melody Hatfield, Monte Black and Steve Runyon

Melody Hatfield wins 2019 Hourly Employee of the Year Award

April 8, 2021

2019 was a year of awards for Melody Hatfield. First, Hatfield, an MPW Supervisor at DuPont Circleville (Ohio) Works, was honored with an Excellence in Service Award from the plant for her team’s work during a Fall shutdown. Then, in March of 2021, MPW announced Hatfield won the company’s 2019 Hourly Employee of the Year […]

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