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7/24/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

ACM Technologies Hosts Successful Open House

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ACM Technologies, part of the ResinTech family of companies, held an open house at its new Gardena facility located in the South Bay section of Los Angeles.

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ACM Technologies, part of the ResinTech family of companies, held an open house at its new Gardena facility located in the South Bay section of Los Angeles. Customers, vendors and neighboring companies received tours of the new state-of-the-art ion-exchange resin regeneration plant and laboratory. Guests enjoyed local barbeque and received raffle prizes.

According to the company, the new plant will enable West Coast customers to send in spent ion-exchange resins for regeneration and subsequent reuse. The resins are typically used to purify metal-bearing rinse waters, process waters and other closed-loop operations, as well as wastewater treatment prior to discharge and groundwater cleanup. ACM has an existing regeneration plant in the Baltimore, Maryland, area that has been in operation for more than 20 years.

“We are proud to operate this new regeneration facility and employ local workers here on the West Coast where there is an essential need for water recycling and reuse,” says Mike Warner, ACM president. “This regeneration service enables many industrial and manufacturing companies to treat, purify and recycle their process streams and wastewaters.”

ACM Technologies services the metal finishing, EDM, wastewater and groundwater markets with ion-exchange resin regeneration and related equipment and rentals. It is a sister company to ResinTech Inc., a manufacturer of ion-exchange resins.

For more information, visit resintech.com.

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