Industrial Water Media

Reverse osmosis system leads to dual cost savings at oil refinery

April 24, 2019

 View Full Case Study Problem Not satisfied with the variable cost of city water and the additional sewer charge associated with disposal of wastewater, managers at a Michigan oil refinery sought to restructure its water system by incorporating reverse osmosis (RO) technology. Plant personnel determined that reusing process wastewater would maximize efficiency and minimize expenses. […]

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Filtration units deployed for same-day purification

April 24, 2019

 View Full Case Study Problem A Kansas manufacturing plant was forced to shut down after unusually high sodium levels in the Kansas River led to increased salinity in city water. Conductivity of the city water also increased from 500 µS/cm to 1,600 µS/cm. This heightened water conductivity was problematic during the rinsing process as it […]

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Ash Pond Remediation

March 26, 2019
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Reverse Osmosis Mobile Trailer (RO) MPW

HDPE vs. PVC Piping

March 12, 2019

View Full White Paper It is no secret that the power sector has changed dramatically over the last 20 years. Stricter government regulations, environmental pressures and tighter budgets have transformed the way energy is produced and consumed, encouraging industry leadership to rethink age-old processes. However, certain industry standards remain constant even though an increased focus […]

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MPW names Mike Romano Salesperson of the Year

March 8, 2019

Mike Romano says he was a fish out of water in 2016 and 2017. His pun was unintentional. Although Romano had 10 years of industrial water operational experience at that point, he was new to his Area Sales Manager position and to his territory, which included the southern parts of Texas and Louisiana. “I needed […]

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MPW earns ETL certification to build industrial control panels

February 4, 2019

MPW Industrial Services earned a certification from Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL) to build industrial control panels on December 27. MPW is now authorized to fabricate ETL-standard panels intended for general use. MPW’s Panel Shop is located in the Technology Center on its Corporate Campus in Hebron, Ohio. MPW designs and constructs panels for process industrial […]

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Staff Profile: Justin Pierce

February 4, 2019

As part of our regular Staff Profile Series, we recently interviewed Justin Pierce, Director of Engineering & Manufacturing at MPW Industrial Services. Having worked with the MPW team his entire career, Justin has been a key player in advancing the company’s engineering department. How did you get your start with MPW? I actually started at […]

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Featured Branch: Sedalia (Mo.) Service Center

January 3, 2019

Industrial Water Division Discuss your branch’s dedication to safety. Sedalia has had 99-100 percent Safety Observation participation for most of the year. We instituted a policy that two individuals per week brief their Safety Observations at a shift change meeting. This brings more awareness and has caused more actionable observations. We also have regular safety […]

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First Line of Leadership

December 5, 2018

MPW withstanding volatile labor market by investing in training By Jimmy Peck, ICG General Manager and Matthew Dawson, Director of Training & Development The Great Recession of 2008 marked a major turning point in the history of the U.S. labor market. Though the aftermath of a global financial crisis caused unemployment to rise substantially (as high […]

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MPW driver Kevin Hardy surpasses 1 million miles

December 5, 2018

Congratulations to MPW driver Kevin Hardy who surpassed 1 million miles in his MPW career in October. Hardy, who has worked for the company for 11 years, is based out of MPW’s Industrial Water Service Center in Sedalia, Mo. Hardy said his favorite parts about working for MPW are the modern, well-kept equipment and making […]

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