6 Nov 2019
Porvair Filtration Group has been named to receive a certificate of recognition from City of Nampa, the regulatory governing body for Waste Water, for consistent compliance in completing their Industrial Waste Acceptance Permits.
The City of Nampa state that their "industrial customers play a critical role in the WWTP meeting NPDES discharge limits" and that our "consistent compliance requires acknowledgement to that important partnership.
The Certificate of Recognition was presented at the November City Council meeting on the 4th November 2019.
As part of its corporate and social responsibility, Porvair recognises its clear commitment to the health and safety of its employees and to the communities in which it operates. Priorities include minimising impact on the environment and being accountable for its environmental footprint. In fact, many of the products developed by Porvair are used to the benefit of the environment.
Porvair’s Boise Division focuses on the manufacture of custom metal filtration components and assemblies with porous sintered metal and PTFE media for use in a range of applications, including: semiconductor, solar / photovoltaic, wafer manufacturing, flat panel display and hard disk drive manufacturing.
Jerry Young, Boise’s General Manager, commented: "We are honoured to receive a certificate of recognition from the City of Nampa for our consistent compliance with Industrial Waste Acceptance Permits and play an important part in meeting the city's NPDES discharge limits. We are delighted to have been recognised for our hard work and acknowledged as an important industrial partner."
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