Envirogen appoints Joe Higgins as Group Chief Executive

Envirogen announces the appointment of Joe Higgins as Group Chief Executive. Joe’s appointment is one of several management changes within the group’s leadership team signalling the next stage of Envirogen’s growth strategy and value creation.  According to Joe, Envirogen is ideally positioned to benefit from the global water and wastewater market: “The global water and Read More

Musgrove Park Hospital install new RO system with zero downtime to improve water treatment processes

Musgrove Park Hospital embarked on a site-wide improvement program to streamline and modernize its processes. Under this initiative the Sterile Processing Department (SPD) launched a review of its department infrastructure and water treatment processes. As well as conducting its own analysis, the department asked Envirogen for efficiency improvement ideas. An extensive risk assessment process identified Read More

Good Hope Hospital maintains endoscopy service with reverse osmosis hire unit

When the reverse osmosis plant (RO) supplying the endoscope reprocessing unit at Good Hope Hospital, part of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB), began to produce poor total viable count (TVC) results and with the existing plant becoming difficult to repair, UHB faced the dilemma of requiring a permanent replacement unit, while needing to Read More

Small and flexible, modular RO system delivers benefits for Pinderfields Hospital

Called in at the “eleventh hour,” Envirogen Group’s EndoTherm Modular RO system enabled The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust’s new centralized endoscope reprocessing facility to open on schedule and is providing trouble-free operation. While sterile processing services had been centralized from 2007, endoscope reprocessing was carried out at each of the Trust’s three hospitals: Pinderfields Read More

Envirogen Wins $1.7MM Kalamazoo Biological Foul Air Mitigation Treatment System

July 20, 2021 – Envirogen has been awarded the contract for a new Build-In-Place (BIP) biofiltration system.  The $1.7MM contract will treat the air flowing through the city’s sewer systems to remove odorous compounds and address resident complaints of smells of rotten cabbage and rotten eggs. Read the official announcement made by the City here.

1,4 Dioxane Treated with Envirogen FBR

July 13, 2021 – The US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) (Omaha District) and The United States Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC), in conjunction with Jacobs Engineering Group (Jacobs) and Bhate Environmental Associates, Inc., have contracted Envirogen Technologies to design, build, and install an active water treatment system to treat 1,4 Dioxane at an Read More

Latest Edition of Optimum H2O Newsletter – Q2 2021

Click to view Envirogen’s Q2 2021 Newsletter In this issue we covered: New Case Study – Metals Removal with Ion Exchange Emerging Contaminant – 1,4 Dioxane New Product – Pressure Leaf Filters Application Focus – Nitrate Removal Replay of Ion Exchange Webinar