MRI – Meurer Research
Meurer Research (MRI) gives water and waste water treatment facilities the solution they need to tackle even the most complex challenges.
MRI focuses on its plate settler and sludge collector technologies designed and manufactured entirely in Golden, CO. With superior performance standards, Meurer has specific systems for increasing the clarifier capacity, maximizing solid removal, fine tuning pre-treatment systems and improving flow management. With more than 50 patents, Meurer has both foreign and domestic customers and has performed over 5,000 installations. There are a wide range of solutions that optimize the water and waste water treatment industry with advancements like MRI BIO-CEL® MBR, inclined plate settlers, Hoseless Cable-Vac™ Sludge Collector, ultra-scraper, mix & match Flocculation Systems™, time machine pilot systems, and package plants
Meurer’s Colorado operation features a 30,000-square-foot facility designed exclusively for manufacturing and marketing products for water and waste water treatments. The line of products at Meurer are created for the customer in mind and begin with years of experience from the in-house research and development team of engineers. The products are tested with computational fluid dynamics, test tanks and simulators. No matter the specifications, Meurer can build it. Learn more about the products at Meurer.
Smith & Loveless
Smith & Loveless delivers products for water and wastewater treatment and pumping systems that are energy efficient and cost effective.
With a core focus on wet well mounted solids handling lift stations and packaged aerobic wastewater treatment systems, the company has performed thousands of installations across seven continents and in more than 70 countries. Smith & Loveless aims at making the world a better place by putting focus on the environment with its products and services. As an industry leader, Smith & Loveless is known in many markets as the go-to technology supplier of pump and pump stations, head works, waste water treatment, membrane bioreactors, filtration systems and mineral recovery. The products at Smith & Loveless have set the bar for systems in municipalities, governmental and military facilities. There is an unmatched quality to the products at Smith & Loveless and there is a definite need for a premier supplier to do so.
B. Alden Smith and Compere Loveless started their company in 1946. It first started as a sales engineering firm that represented only a handful of waste water manufacturers. The duo saw a need for factory assembled pump stations very early on which is the basis of their success. Smith & Loveless are always seeking patents on their inventions. The company has more than 60 active U.S. patents with foreign patents in 15 other countries, several applications pending and more than 25 foreign and domestic trademarks. Read more about Smith and Loveless.
WesTech Engineering provides a complete array of water, waste water and process equipment for industrial applications, from engineering and manufacturing of individual equipment items to the supply of complete turnkey systems.
WesTech Engineering provides a complete array of water, waste water and process equipment for industrial applications, from engineering and manufacturing of individual equipment items to the supply of complete turnkey systems. At its most basic level WesTech is a solids/liquids separation company with a range of equipment solutions including clarifiers, dissolved air flotation cells, membranes, multi-media filters, thickeners, and much more. At a more complex level WesTech can provide a complete raw water or wastewater treatment system including all necessary treatment equipment, piping, controls, pumps, dewatering, and chemical feed equipment. By using its staff experience and passion to problem solve, WesTech gives advancements in water technologies that can also offer benefits to humanity and society, too.
As an employee-owned company, WesTech believes it has a different level of commitment to the customer and the product. In 1972, just after the Clean Water Act was passed by Congress a group of engineers found World Environmental Services and Technologies. Today, that company is known as WesTech Engineering. Read more about WesTech and its beneficial products.