Rich Cavagnaro was announced Metro Atlanta Chamber Business Person of the Year in the experienced entrepreneur category. Each year, the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Atlanta Business Chronicle honor outstanding business professionals from around metropolitan Atlanta.more
AdEdge Water Technologies announced the addition of Khushbu Karan as an applications engineer. Karan will be responsible for performing a variety of sales engineering support and project tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping and execution of water treatment projects.
Prior to working at AdEdge, Karan worked as a project engineer at H2Flow Equipment, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and as a project assistant for the municipality of York region in Toronto.more
AdEdge Water Technologies LLC recently announced the hiring of Sam Miller as the company’s newest mechanical designer. He will be responsible for designing and drafting system equipment and machined-part three-dimensional modeling, assembling bill of materials for projects and quality assurance of water treatment systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminants from groundwater.
Miller brings with him more than 12 years of experience in mechanical design.more
AdEdge Water Technologies LLC recently welcomed Eric Simpson as its newest project engineer. He will be responsible for management tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping and execution of water treatment projects for systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminants from groundwater.
Simpson brings more than 20 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry, serving in capacities ranging from water distribution design, water modeling and sanitary sewer design and rehabilitation.more
AdEdge Water Technologies recently shipped an arsenic treatment system to the Arica – Pago de Gomez Water Treatment Plant in Chile to reduce arsenic levels of 18 ppb in the water source to below the arsenic maximum contaminant level set by the World Health Organization of 10 ppb.more
Craver brings 30 years of experience in the water treatment industry
AdEdge Water Technologies announced that Doug Craver joined the company as western regional sales manager. Based in Scottsdale, Ariz., Craver will be responsible for AdEdge sales in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada.more
Emerick has more than 13 years experience in water and wastewater industry
AdEdge Technologies yesterday announced that Doug Emerick has joined AdEdge Technologies as a project engineer. Emerick will be responsible for management tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping and execution of water treatment projects for systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminates from groundwater.more
Matz has more than 25 years of experience, including work as a government subcontractor
AdEdge Technologies announced that Paul Matz joined AdEdge Technologies as senior project engineer. Matz will be responsible for project management and engineering on large treatment system projects.more
System treats arsenic in well water
The first AdEdge WaterPOD was loaded and shipped for startup in Carson City, Nev.more
System aims to be ideal solution for sites where space, cost and schedule are critical
The AdEdge WaterPOD containerized treatment unit was developed by AdEdge to meet a growing U.S. and international demand for small-footprint, cost-effective modular water treatment installations. The fully integrated, pre-engineered, pre-wired, packaged water treatment solution combines system performance with economy, resulting in an ideal solution for sites where space, cost and schedule are critical, the company said.more
Company to install system for resort village of Kannata Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada
AdEdge Technologies announced it has been awarded and is implementing an integrated arsenic, iron and manganese treatment system project for the resort village of Kannata Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. The resort village of Kannata Valley, a community of 149 households, is situated on the north shore of Last Mountain Lake approximately 50 km north of Regina, Saskatchewan.more
Redesigned site offers more content, new navigational structure
AdEdge Technologies recently announced the launch of its redesigned website, www.adedgetechnologies.com.
The new website features expanded content with more photos, graphics and a new navigational structure that offers visitors quicker access to information relevant to their water treatment needs. The website is organized to provide quick and direct access to a variety of resources including news, literature and case studies of projects completed by AdEdge.more
Uranium and arsenic treatment system project will serve Campbell Ranch, Nev.
AdEdge Technologies recently announced it has been awarded and is implementing an integrated uranium and arsenic treatment system project for the community of Campbell Ranch, Nev.more