Archive for December, 2011

Merry Meters, Everyone!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet [[posterous-content:pid___0]]We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays. We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners. All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

[[posterous-content:pid___0]]We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays.

We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners.

All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

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Merry Meters, Everyone!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays. We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners. All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

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We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays.

We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners.

All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Capture H2O!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet CAPTURE H2O specializes in identifying, implementing and providing service for water conservation projects at commercial and industrial facilities. Our initial focus is to audit all the water systems throughout the facility and identify projects that reduce potable water usage. In addition, we identify fuel and energy conservation projects that are linked to the water […]

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CAPTURE H2O specializes in identifying, implementing and providing service for water conservation projects at commercial and industrial facilities. Our initial focus is to audit all the water systems throughout the facility and identify projects that reduce potable water usage. In addition, we identify fuel and energy conservation projects that are linked to the water systems. When water usage is reduced, so is the energy and fuel required to heat and treat it. 

We also provide ongoing maintenance and services for our projects including sustainable water treatment systems.  

OUR VISION

To preserve the earth’s drinking water supply by applying sustainable technologies and solutions that reduce potable water usage and facilitate water reuse.

OUR MISSION

Help our clients achieve their sustainability goals by identifying and implementing innovative water and energy conservation technologies. Provide excellent service support to ensure our projects continue delivering the desired results. 

SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES

We can help your facility identify and obtain USGBC LEED credits in the water efficiency category.

Capture H2O, Inc. was established to provide the commercial and industrial markets with a focused independent assessment of water conservation strategies and implementation support. Capture H2O provides a full service offering from identification, implementation, measurement and verification to long term service support. The company was created in order to provide its clients with a wide range of water and energy conservation technologies without the bias associated with a large or product focused company. 

The goal of the company is to create long term relationships with its clients and become the “trusted advisor”. 

Capture H2O has extensive experience with steam boilers, cooling towers, chillers, high purity water, sterilizers/autoclaves, water softeners, reverse osmosis, domestic water fixtures, waste water treatment plants, belt presses, paper machines, heating hot water boilers, landscape irrigation, rainwater harvesting and many more system.  

We also have extensive experience with all types of water processing equipment, chemical and non-chemical water treatment programs. 

Capture H2O will become Myron L Meters’s first featured Water Consultant Network member in January 2012.  In exchange for promoting Myron L Meters products with their customers, Water Consultant Network members receive additional disounts and marketing and promotional consideration from MyronLMeters.com.

Learn more about Capture H2O at www.Captureh2O.com.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:      http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:        http://waterindustrynews.com

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks Mosaic!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet   Learn More About the Mosaic Company Mosaic is the world’s leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. Our business engages in every phase of crop nutrition development, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients, […]

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About Mosaic 

Learn More About the Mosaic Company

Mosaic is the world’s leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. Our business engages in every phase of crop nutrition development, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients, feed and industrial products for customers around the globe. Our customer base includes wholesalers, retail dealers and individual growers in more than 40 countries.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota, we employ approximately 7,400 people in eight countries. Our shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MOS.

From its phosphate mines in Florida to its soybean fields in China, Mosaic maintains a truly global presence. We have distribution facilities in ten countries, serving customers in over 30 countries around the world. Our key production areas are highlighted below.

 Potash

Our potash annual capacity of 10.4 million tonnes is the second largest in the world. We operate mines in Saskatchewan, New Mexico and Michigan. About 45% of our product is sold to North American customers, and the remainder is exported to other regions of the world.

Phosphate

We are the world’s largest producer of finished phosphate products, with an annual capacity of 9.7 million tonnes—more than the next three largest producers combined. Approximately 46% of our phosphate product is shipped within North America, and the remainder is exported to other regions of the world.

Offshore

Our offshore interests form a production and distribution network in key agricultural markets around the world. This network is a competitive differentiator for Mosaic and includes approximately one million tonnes of storage capacity at 24 facilities worldwide. Our global presence includes operations in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, India, Thailand and China.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Mosaic.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:   https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:         http://waterindustrynews.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Acappella Pictures!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet Posted: Tue., Dec. 13, 2011, 3:50pm PT New U.S. Release Addiction Incorporated (Documentary) By DENNIS HARVEY Scientists gather to observe an animated test subject in a re-enactment from “Addiction Incorporated” OTHER RECENT REVIEWS: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo The Sitter Red Hook Black Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol Jealous […]

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Posted: Tue., Dec. 13, 2011, 3:50pm PT
New U.S. Release

Addiction Incorporated

(Documentary)

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A Variance Films release of an Acappella Pictures presentation of a Dune Road Films production. Produced by Charles Evans Jr. Executive producer, Charmaine Parcero. Co-producers, Devorah Devries, Stephen Mitchell. Directed by Charles Evans Jr.
With: Victor DeNoble, Paul Mele, Russ Herman, David A. Kessler, Michael C. Moore, Keith Summa, Henry Waxman, Steven C. Parrish.

Potent docu “Addiction Incorporated” chronicles the long and tortured road traveled to establish federal regulation of the tobacco industry — a cause finally won largely due to the revelation that some manufacturers long had proof cigarettes were addictive, despite decades of public denial. Producer Charles Evans Jr.’s directorial debut finds an engrossing suspense angle in the involvement of Victor DeNoble, an idealistic scientist-turned-whistleblower whose suppressed corporate research became the bombshell catalyst in that struggle. Strong reviews should help the pic in its qualifying run starting Dec. 14 at Gotham’s Film Forum, with other cities following in January.

The genial DeNoble, the principal interviewee among many here, was a working-class East Coaster considered none-too-bright until a college course prompted the discovery that undiagnosed dyslexia had been hampering his academic performance all along. By 1976, he’d earned a doctorate in experimental psychology and was recruited by Philip Morris four years later as a senior drug researcher.

Told, “We don’t kill people; nicotine does,” at his job interview, DeNoble figured he’d nabbed a dream post awarding healthy corporate paychecks for science that actually benefited people. He and fellow researcher Paul Mele were essentially tasked with trying to find less harmful alternatives to nicotine as cigarette ingredients.

However, when their lab-rat studies revealed not only that nicotine was patently addicting, but a second element (Acetaldehyde) even more so, the company figured it could get more bang for its buck by upping rather than reducing the dosage of the latter. An incriminating results paper planned for scholarly publication got yanked under pressure. Ordered to destroy remaining rats and other evidence of his findings, DeNoble was then abruptly fired.

A decade later in the mid-’90s, ABC began sniffing around rumors that the tobacco industry — still vigorously resisting government regulation — had actually worked in secret to maintain addictive levels while denying such addiction existed. The industry used lawsuits, spying on FDA investigators, political palm-greasing and other tactics to keep the lid on this explosive truth. But once Congress released DeNoble from his former employer’s airtight confidentiality agreement, the cat was out of the bag.

Once the chronicle reaches industry-shaming Congressional hearings and other still-familiar events, it grows less exciting, if only because the earlier parts, casting DeNoble as humble protagonist in a then-secret battle between personal ethics and corporate malfeasance, offer such compelling real-life drama.

Pic’s most adventuresome leap is the use of impressive, even poignant animated sequences in which anthropomorphized rats experience the highs and eventually fatal lows of substance addiction.

Assembly is first-rate down the line.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Acapella Pictures.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:      http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:        http://waterindustrynews.com

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Merry Meters, Everyone!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet [[posterous-content:pid___0]]We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays. We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners. All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

[[posterous-content:pid___0]]We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays.

We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners.

All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

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Merry Meters, Everyone!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays. We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners. All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

Scientist-santahat

We at Myron L Meters wish everyone the best of family holidays.

We appreciate our wonderful customers, suppliers, and business partners.

All the best to you from all of us at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Capture H2O!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet CAPTURE H2O specializes in identifying, implementing and providing service for water conservation projects at commercial and industrial facilities. Our initial focus is to audit all the water systems throughout the facility and identify projects that reduce potable water usage. In addition, we identify fuel and energy conservation projects that are linked to the water […]

Scientist_avatar

CAPTURE H2O specializes in identifying, implementing and providing service for water conservation projects at commercial and industrial facilities. Our initial focus is to audit all the water systems throughout the facility and identify projects that reduce potable water usage. In addition, we identify fuel and energy conservation projects that are linked to the water systems. When water usage is reduced, so is the energy and fuel required to heat and treat it. 

We also provide ongoing maintenance and services for our projects including sustainable water treatment systems.  

OUR VISION

To preserve the earth’s drinking water supply by applying sustainable technologies and solutions that reduce potable water usage and facilitate water reuse.

OUR MISSION

Help our clients achieve their sustainability goals by identifying and implementing innovative water and energy conservation technologies. Provide excellent service support to ensure our projects continue delivering the desired results. 

SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES

We can help your facility identify and obtain USGBC LEED credits in the water efficiency category.

Capture H2O, Inc. was established to provide the commercial and industrial markets with a focused independent assessment of water conservation strategies and implementation support. Capture H2O provides a full service offering from identification, implementation, measurement and verification to long term service support. The company was created in order to provide its clients with a wide range of water and energy conservation technologies without the bias associated with a large or product focused company. 

The goal of the company is to create long term relationships with its clients and become the “trusted advisor”. 

Capture H2O has extensive experience with steam boilers, cooling towers, chillers, high purity water, sterilizers/autoclaves, water softeners, reverse osmosis, domestic water fixtures, waste water treatment plants, belt presses, paper machines, heating hot water boilers, landscape irrigation, rainwater harvesting and many more system.  

We also have extensive experience with all types of water processing equipment, chemical and non-chemical water treatment programs. 

Capture H2O will become Myron L Meters’s first featured Water Consultant Network member in January 2012.  In exchange for promoting Myron L Meters products with their customers, Water Consultant Network members receive additional disounts and marketing and promotional consideration from MyronLMeters.com.

Learn more about Capture H2O at www.Captureh2O.com.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:      http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:        http://waterindustrynews.com

 

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks Mosaic!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet   Learn More About the Mosaic Company Mosaic is the world’s leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. Our business engages in every phase of crop nutrition development, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients, […]

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About Mosaic 

Learn More About the Mosaic Company

Mosaic is the world’s leading producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two of the primary nutrients required to grow the food the world needs. Our business engages in every phase of crop nutrition development, from the mining of resources to the production of crop nutrients, feed and industrial products for customers around the globe. Our customer base includes wholesalers, retail dealers and individual growers in more than 40 countries.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota, we employ approximately 7,400 people in eight countries. Our shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MOS.

From its phosphate mines in Florida to its soybean fields in China, Mosaic maintains a truly global presence. We have distribution facilities in ten countries, serving customers in over 30 countries around the world. Our key production areas are highlighted below.

 Potash

Our potash annual capacity of 10.4 million tonnes is the second largest in the world. We operate mines in Saskatchewan, New Mexico and Michigan. About 45% of our product is sold to North American customers, and the remainder is exported to other regions of the world.

Phosphate

We are the world’s largest producer of finished phosphate products, with an annual capacity of 9.7 million tonnes–more than the next three largest producers combined. Approximately 46% of our phosphate product is shipped within North America, and the remainder is exported to other regions of the world.

Offshore

Our offshore interests form a production and distribution network in key agricultural markets around the world. This network is a competitive differentiator for Mosaic and includes approximately one million tonnes of storage capacity at 24 facilities worldwide. Our global presence includes operations in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, India, Thailand and China.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Mosaic.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:   https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:         http://waterindustrynews.com

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks Acappella Pictures!

Posted by 22 Dec, 2011

Tweet Posted: Tue., Dec. 13, 2011, 3:50pm PT New U.S. Release Addiction Incorporated (Documentary) By DENNIS HARVEY Scientists gather to observe an animated test subject in a re-enactment from “Addiction Incorporated” OTHER RECENT REVIEWS: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo The Sitter Red Hook Black Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol Jealous […]

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Posted: Tue., Dec. 13, 2011, 3:50pm PT
New U.S. Release

Addiction Incorporated

(Documentary)

Watchit_button
Add_to_queue_mini_off

A Variance Films release of an Acappella Pictures presentation of a Dune Road Films production. Produced by Charles Evans Jr. Executive producer, Charmaine Parcero. Co-producers, Devorah Devries, Stephen Mitchell. Directed by Charles Evans Jr.
With: Victor DeNoble, Paul Mele, Russ Herman, David A. Kessler, Michael C. Moore, Keith Summa, Henry Waxman, Steven C. Parrish.

Potent docu “Addiction Incorporated” chronicles the long and tortured road traveled to establish federal regulation of the tobacco industry — a cause finally won largely due to the revelation that some manufacturers long had proof cigarettes were addictive, despite decades of public denial. Producer Charles Evans Jr.’s directorial debut finds an engrossing suspense angle in the involvement of Victor DeNoble, an idealistic scientist-turned-whistleblower whose suppressed corporate research became the bombshell catalyst in that struggle. Strong reviews should help the pic in its qualifying run starting Dec. 14 at Gotham’s Film Forum, with other cities following in January.

The genial DeNoble, the principal interviewee among many here, was a working-class East Coaster considered none-too-bright until a college course prompted the discovery that undiagnosed dyslexia had been hampering his academic performance all along. By 1976, he’d earned a doctorate in experimental psychology and was recruited by Philip Morris four years later as a senior drug researcher.

Told, “We don’t kill people; nicotine does,” at his job interview, DeNoble figured he’d nabbed a dream post awarding healthy corporate paychecks for science that actually benefited people. He and fellow researcher Paul Mele were essentially tasked with trying to find less harmful alternatives to nicotine as cigarette ingredients.

However, when their lab-rat studies revealed not only that nicotine was patently addicting, but a second element (Acetaldehyde) even more so, the company figured it could get more bang for its buck by upping rather than reducing the dosage of the latter. An incriminating results paper planned for scholarly publication got yanked under pressure. Ordered to destroy remaining rats and other evidence of his findings, DeNoble was then abruptly fired.

A decade later in the mid-’90s, ABC began sniffing around rumors that the tobacco industry — still vigorously resisting government regulation — had actually worked in secret to maintain addictive levels while denying such addiction existed. The industry used lawsuits, spying on FDA investigators, political palm-greasing and other tactics to keep the lid on this explosive truth. But once Congress released DeNoble from his former employer’s airtight confidentiality agreement, the cat was out of the bag.

Once the chronicle reaches industry-shaming Congressional hearings and other still-familiar events, it grows less exciting, if only because the earlier parts, casting DeNoble as humble protagonist in a then-secret battle between personal ethics and corporate malfeasance, offer such compelling real-life drama.

Pic’s most adventuresome leap is the use of impressive, even poignant animated sequences in which anthropomorphized rats experience the highs and eventually fatal lows of substance addiction.

Assembly is first-rate down the line.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Acapella Pictures.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:      http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:        http://waterindustrynews.com

 

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