ResinTech breaks ground on New Jersey plant; Tru-Tech Valve releases new logo & website
ResinTech Breaks Ground on Headquarters
ResinTech Inc. broke ground on its new global headquarters in Camden, N.J. The $138.8 million development project includes 353,000 sq ft of new construction on approximately 27 acres. The campus bound by Federal Street and River Road is walking distance from other global brands that have made a move to Camden, including American Water and Subaru of America.
ResinTech's new high-tech plant for manufacturing strong acid cation resin will be the largest facility of its kind on the East Coast and the first U.S. plant to produce ion exchange resins in more than 30 years. The facility is sized to provide 550,000 cu ft of production capacity with a planned expansion to meet the demands of the growing market
Tru-Tech Valve Releases New Logo & Website
The new brand mark emphasizes Tru-Tech valve’s history and its customer base. Established in 1958, Tru-Tech is celebrating its 60th year as a manufacturer of diaphragm valves as the original licensee of the Arco-Wynn diaphragm valve design.
Dataman Group Direct Releases Book
Dale “DataDale” Filhaber has launched a new book, “Lead Generation for Water Quality Dealers.”
“Lead generation is never easy,” Filhaber said. “This book will give water quality dealers the tools they need to keep the leads flowing into their pipeline on a continuous basis”.
Stetson University Makes Splash at Water Festival
The Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience (IWER) at Stetson University and other Volusia Water Alliance members and area organizations are joining forces to educate the community about the significance of water during The Water Festival on Saturday, April 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on West Indiana Avenue in downtown DeLand, Fla. The event is free and open to the public.
IWER and the Volusia Water Alliance are committed to spreading the word about water conservation. IWER focuses on water and environmental research, and uses innovative approaches for tackling complex challenges and offering policy options for protecting natural resources throughout Florida.
- Little Beaver welcomes Joseph Haynes as a product engineer at the company’s manufacturing facility in Livingston, Texas.