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Featured Branch: Yuma, Arizona

June 2, 2020

INDUSTRIAL WATER DIVISION Discuss your branch/department’s dedication to safety. Yuma Industrial Water has been accident free for the calendar year 2020 and has a 100% participation rate in meaningful safety observations. We are also 100% in compliance with MPW and the CDC guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19. Discuss any recent MPW success stories […]

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Featured Department: Industrial Water Logistics, Hebron

March 16, 2020

Discuss your branch/department’s dedication to safety Our department works closely with our service centers and CDL-A drivers to ensure that all our hauls are done in the safest and most effective manner. We monitor all our CDL-A drivers’ hours of service to make sure we are in compliance with all DOT regulations and safety rules. […]

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UFRO Reverse Osmosis Ultra filtration Mobile

MPW’s ultrafiltration/ reverse osmosis system solves ash pond issue

March 10, 2020

 View Full Case Study Thorough investigation, application of specialized equipment key to selenium removal. Problem A former coal-fired power plant in the Northeastern U.S. had converted to a natural gas source. However, due to stringent EPA mandates, its remaining coal ash ponds, the byproduct of decades of burning coal, would need to be mitigated. That […]

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MPW membranes key cogs in stunning Smithsonian exhibit

January 6, 2020

On November 22, a vendor in charge of maintaining a fountain at a Smithsonian museum ordered four reverse osmosis (RO) membranes from Products Direct, which is MPW’s e-commerce website for industrial and commercial water products and services. Products Direct Specialist Anna Carr said the membranes are likely replacement parts for a system that prevents scaling […]

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MPW sponsors Bridge2Bridge Run in Georgetown

December 4, 2019

Congratulations to Team Leader Brandon Britton and HR Generalist Suzanne Chaney, who participated in the ninth annual Bridge2Bridge Run in Georgetown, South Carolina on November 2. MPW was also a sponsor for the event, which raises funds for Friendship Place, an organization that works to feed the hungry, provide job training and meet other needs […]

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Mobile DI Tanks

iWWD: Emergency Response Reverse Osmosis & Deionization Trailers

November 25, 2019

When a Louisiana chemical plant suffered a site-wide blackout, plant personnel learned they would have to bring each power-generation unit, and its corresponding water filtration system, back on-line individually. Facility workers quickly returned the onsite demineralization system to functional status, but it was receiving almost zero condensate return. To re-establish condensate return, which is a […]

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MPW and Porta Kleen officially open facility in Yuma, Arizona

October 18, 2019

YUMA, Ariz. — MPW and Porta Kleen announced the official opening of a new 30,000-square-foot dual-usage facility on October 16. Located at 7950 E. 30th St., the facility will serve as an MPW industrial water regeneration plant as well as a hub for Porta Kleen operations in the southwestern United States. The building represents another […]

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The military and MPW

September 9, 2019

Nearly 200 of MPW’s 3,000+ employees have current or past involvement with a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. In this two-part series leading up to Veterans Day on November 11, The Leader will examine why MPW is a comfortable second home for these individuals and examine core concepts that these establishments have in common. […]

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Engineering & Fabrication Services

August 9, 2019
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Gas Transfer Membrane Container Spec Sheet

August 9, 2019

View Full Spec Sheet MPW’s Gas Transfer Membrane Container utilizes two gas transfer membranes and a vacuum pump to remove approximately 87-90% of CO₂. The GTM Container is placed in an interpass configuration next to a DI trailer between cation and anion tanks, and is used to balance anion resin to increase volume of cation […]

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