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IER News Issue 1 - September 2020

Audrey Barucchi \ September 22, 2020

A warm welcome to our very first Newsletter.

A Letter from Doug Kelley, President of IER

“IER is thrilled to become a new member of the Calix Team of global wastewater experts!  As part of this team, we are excited to launch our new website and the first issue of a quarterly Newsletter, both of which are designed to help municipalities and industries solve their wastewater challenges by optimizing financial, safety, and environmental factors.

We have signed you up for our Newsletter hoping you’ll find in its contents an occasional nugget of value that specifically addresses a need or goal to help your organization succeed.  If you find that what we offer is not for you, simply click ‘unsubscribe’ at the bottom of any email.

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please contact us.

Thank you! “

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Case study: Achieving sustainable dairy wastewater management with magnesium hydroxide.
  • The value of magnesium hydroxide as a substitute for caustic soda and lime
  • Webinar series: Better pH & alkalinity control
  • Introducing John Van Wingerden
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