Industry News - March 2011

GTI Names Lever Design & Technical Sales Engineer; CST Industries Forms CST Storage; ADI Systems Names Leao Manager of Biogas Applications; Water Quality Lab Offers Wastewater Testing; ABB Offers Flowmeter Reference Guide; NSF Introduces Flushable Claims Certification Program; Calgon Carbon’s UVT Division Receives ISO Certification; RWL Acquires Aeromix Systems; Hall Joins Staco Energy as Marketing Manager

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GTI Names Lever Design & Technical Sales Engineer

Mike Lever has joined Geomembrane Technologies Inc. as design & technical sales engineer. Based in Lexington, S.C., Lever brings 10 years experience to his position.

CST Industries Forms CST Storage

CST Industries, Lenexa, Kan., has realigned Engineered Storage Products Co. and Columbian TecTank to form CST Storage. The new company will continue to manufacture glass-fused-to-steel and epoxy-coated modular steel storage tanks in its DeKalb, Ill., Parsons, Kan., and Winchester, Tenn., facilities.

ADI Systems Names Leao Manager of Biogas Applications

Josef Leao has joined ADI Group Inc. as manager of Biogas Applications. Leao, fluent in eight languages, brings 30 years experience in engineering, logistics and operations to the newly created position.

Water Quality Lab Offers Wastewater Testing

Water Quality Testing Services, a division of Northern Lake Service Inc., is conducting front-line wastewater testing at its lab in Wisconsin. The facility offers BOD, TSS and fecal coliform testing services.

ABB Offers Flowmeter Reference Guide

ABB Measurement Products offers a 74-page reference guide for selecting and applying electromagnetic flowmeters (magmeters). Magmeter Basics — A Technical Reference Guide, introduces magmeters, summarizing such topics as principles of operation, construction, magnetic fields, maintenance, transmitters, installation and calibration. For a copy, contact Robert Mapleston at 800/922-2475, or go to

NSF Introduces Flushable Claims Certification Program

NSF International has launched a certification program that provides third-party verification of consumer product claims that they can be safely disposed of via toilet flushing. The program provides a solution to many clogging issues associated with wastewater treatment systems. The NSF Flushable Consumer Products Certification Program addresses consumer products such as facial tissues, baby/cosmetic wipes, kitty litter, pet refuse bags, disposable diapers and feminine hygiene products. Certified products will bear the NSF Certified Flushable mark, indicating whether the products are suitable for a sewer system, septic system or both. Annual audits and periodic product testing is required to maintain an active listing on the NSF website,, and retain uses of the NSF mark.

Calgon Carbon’s UVT Division Receives ISO Certification

Calgon Carbon Corp.’s Ultraviolet Technologies division and its subsidiary, Hyde Marine Inc., received ISO 9001:2008 management system certification. The UVT division received the ISO 9001:2008 accreditation from the registrar Det Norske Veritas and the ANAB National Accreditation Board. The certification applies to the management system for the design, devel-opment, manufacture, delivery, installation, warranty support and aftermarket parts and services for ultraviolet water treatment and ballast water treatment systems.

RWL Acquires Aeromix Systems

RWL LLC has acquired a majority interest in Aeromix Systems Inc., manufacturer of water and wastewater treatment systems. Peter Gross will remain Aeromix’s CEO.

Hall Joins Staco Energy as Marketing Manager

Jim Hall has joined Staco Energy Products Co. as marketing manager. A graduate of General Electric’s manufacturing and Raytheon’s advanced management programs, Hall has a Bachelor of Science degree from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from the University of Illinois.


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