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MPW earns national safety awards for work at FirstEnergy plants

December 5, 2018

In November, MPW Environmental Services, Inc., received three Zero Injury Safety Awards (ZISAs) from the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc. (NMAPC), for 2017. The awards are for 280,924 zero-injury man-hours at FirstEnergy’s Bruce Mansfield Plant in Shippingport, Pa.; 123,332 zero-injury man-hours at FirstEnergy’s W. H. Sammis Plant in Stratton, Ohio; and 50,641 zero-injury man-hours […]

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Hydro Hazard Video

August 10, 2018
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MPW announces opening of branch in Queensbury, N.Y.

August 2, 2018

QUEENSBURY, N.Y. — MPW Industrial Services today announced the opening of its branch location here. About 60 miles north of Albany, N.Y., the branch specializes in industrial cleaning, including high-pressure water blasting and vacuum truck services. MPW named David Cronk branch manager and Michael Otruba operations manager. Cronk has more than 23 years of experience […]

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MPW automation improves safety, efficiency of boiler cleaning

May 22, 2018

View Full Case Study Problem At a waste-to-energy facility in the Midwest, an industrial cleaning contractor was using a series of mechanical winches to remove pluggage and ash deposits from the boiler tube lanes which span the mud drum and steam drum. Two technicians would control the winch while a third tech functioned as a […]

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MPW’s automated lance improves safety and efficiency of boiler cleaning

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem An energy-from-waste plant in the Midwest faced the challenge of hiring an industrial cleaning partner that could improve the safety and efficiency of boiler-cleaning processes during outages. Previous contractors encountered malfunctions and failures with their pumps in previous attempts to clean the boiler. This led to delays that interrupted other […]

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Emphasis on safety leads to development of MPW’s RB X-40

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem An Ohio coal-fired power plant faced safety and efficiency concerns when cleaning fly ash from duct work.The ducts, which are 12 feet wide and 12 to 14 feet high, present all the safety and productivity challenges of confined space work. The fly ash buildup ranged from 2 feet to 8 […]

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Remote-vacuuming technology makes white liquor tank cleaning safer, more efficient

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem When a Virginia pulp and paper mill accepted bids to clean its white liquor tank, it was looking for a contractor with the innovative capabilities to conceive and apply a procedure to increase the speed and effectiveness of the clean while also removing workers from entering the potentially dangerous setting. […]

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MPW’s improvements lead to savings for Southeastern pulp and paper facility

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem A Florida pulp and paper mill faced a complicated, dangerous process to clean its power boiler during scheduled outages. Previous efforts to clean the boiler included manual water jetting from scaffolding, which posed a safety risk to workers below due to the potential for falling debris. Solution The Operations team […]

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Camera Inspection Service Video

August 21, 2017
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Automated Tube Lancing System Video

August 21, 2017
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