Archive for June, 2012
Tweet Industrial Distribution Group, Inc. is the market leader in the design, build, and management of supply chain solutions and a national distributor of indirect materials . Our knowledgeable and experienced Associates strive to deliver world class service and provide cost take-out initiatives for our Customers. Our suite of supply chain solutions embodies our specialized […]
Industrial Distribution Group, Inc. is the market leader in the design, build, and management of supply chain solutions and a national distributor of indirect materials . Our knowledgeable and experienced Associates strive to deliver world class service and provide cost take-out initiatives for our Customers.
Our suite of supply chain solutions embodies our specialized supply chain knowledge in product procurement, inventory management, product application, and process improvements. We currently provide solutions for over 600 global companies and institutions.
Our decades of experience enable us to provide our Customers with solutions designed specifically for their requirements. We can deliver lower total product cost as a tier one supplier through our relationships with the world’s leading indirect material manufacturers.
What sets us apart is our process oriented approach that delivers consistently improved results for our Customers through the following services:
Supply Chain Solutions
Integration of the supply chain takes cost out of the process, improves cash flow and improves your operating income. Our solutions can reduce or eliminate your day-to-day tactical tasks enabling you to completely focus on strategic results.
Full Storeroom Management (Integrated Supply) . . .more
Customer Managed Inventory (CMI) . . . more
Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) . . . more
Dispensing . . . more
On Site Representative . . . more
Punch Out . . . more
Customer Managed Storeroom (Storeroom Software) . . . more
Order from over 150,000 items and manage your entire account on-line with our e-Commerce solution. Monitor monthly budget spend, track usage by user, view order history and invoices – all in real time. Intuitive search capabilities make it easy to find what you need. Order on account or with a credit card secured by PayPal™.
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Documented Cost Savings
We specialize in helping you reach your cost savings goals through process improvement, inventory reduction, supplier consolidation and overall cost savings.
We have earned a strong reputation as a distributor with considerable technical and product application capabilities in all major product categories. Our specialists and factory representatives can help you implement initiatives to improve your manufacturing processes, increase throughput and lower your costs. . . . more
Products and Brands
We are a tier one supplier and maintain relationships with the world’s leading manufacturers and together search for new and innovative ideas to improve your manufacturing process. We work with you to evaluate your operation through on-site surveys and product analysis, product recommendations, SKU optimization and consolidation. . . . more
Quality Business Management System
As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, we work with our Customers to improve their processes using our world-class Business Management System, incorporating well respected programs such as Lean, Six-Sigma, Kaizen, and others.
Tool and Application Services
We can help meet calibration and certification requirements to reduce downtime through our assembly tool service programs. Our trained technicians perform diagnostics, analyze results and perform necessary maintenance checks to keep your tools running smoothly and your productivity high. We also offer technical support and custom application solutions. Let our qualified associates design a custom solution to save you time and money
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Tweet Our History Mar Cor Purification (MCP) is owned by Cantel Medical Corp., a NY Stock Exchange listed company (CMN). The business consists of several familiar companies integrated to offer filtration, water purification and disinfection technologies, including Minntech Filtration Technologies Group, Mar Cor Services, Biolab Equipment, GE Medical Water and the Gambro US Medical Water business. […]
The Medical Water Products Group has been providing 510(k) water purification products and services to the medical marketplace for over 35 years and has over 3500 installations and over 12,000 single patient systems in North America. These clients include dialysis clinics, hospitals & medical research centers. Mar Cor has the broadest range of products in these key markets.The Life Science Products Group has been serving the high purity water marketplace for over 30 years and has over 1000 installations in North America in demanding applications in pharmaceutical/biotech, food & beverage, laboratory and electronics. Mar Cor can supply a turnkey water system to meet a variety of requirements and flow rates from 1 to 600 gallons per minute. The BioScience Products Group has been providing hollow fiber membrane filters, cold sterilant disinfectants and dry fog products for over 20 years. These are used in many medical and industrial customers as a key component of maintaining a high quality filtration & disinfection environment.
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Offices in Europe & Asia
Mar Cor Purification is dedicated to providing innovative filtration, water, and disinfection technologies that deliver the best solutions for our customers.
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Tweet Swim Gem first opened its doors in 1978. Since then we have become on of the largest family-owned pool supply businesses in Northern Virginia. Swim Gem is an authorized BioGuard dealer. Our management staff has been certified by BioGuard, so rest easy knowing we have the best knowledge of pool chemistry you can hope […]
Swim Gem first opened its doors in 1978. Since then we have become on of the largest family-owned pool supply businesses in Northern Virginia.
Swim Gem is an authorized BioGuard dealer. Our management staff has been certified by BioGuard, so rest easy knowing we have the best knowledge of pool chemistry you can hope to find. Come see for yourself, experience makes all the difference.
Swim Gem operates two store locations, one in Leesburg and the other in Manassas. Both locations are equipped to handle in store repair of equipment, should it be convenient for you to bring it in. Otherwise, we also schedule service calls for home repair of in-ground pool equipment.
Swim Gem offers a variety of services to keep your pool and spa in top condition. Below are some of the quality service that we provide.
Having trouble getting your water balanced out. Bring it to us and we’ll help you out. We perform in-depth water analysis, most of the time while you wait. We can get you a solid plan of action to get your water balanced and clear.
Things we check:
-Total Dissolved Solids
-Chlorine (Free and Total)
-Copper and Iron
Other testing, such as phosphate testing, can be performed as it seems necessary.
Swim Gem offers a variety of services to be carried out at your home. We provide service in Prince William County, Loudon County, and Fauquier County. These services include:
-Automatic Pool Cleaner Installation/Repair
-Computer System Installation/Repair
-Salt and Mineral Spring System Installation/Repair
-Safety Drain Cover Installation (weather dependent)
-Light Bulb/Fixture Repair/Replacement
-Loop-Loc Safety Cover Measurement and Installation
-Baby-Loc Safety Fence Measurement and Installation
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Swim Gem.
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Tweet Since 1899 American Crystal Sugar Company products have been an integral part of America’s food industry. During this time developing closer relationships with customers has been the cornerstone of our business approach. Being cooperative means we’re better able to control all aspects of sugar production and marketing from field to factory to customer. This […]
Since 1899 American Crystal Sugar Company products have been an integral part of America’s food industry. During this time developing closer relationships with customers has been the cornerstone of our business approach.
Being cooperative means we’re better able to control all aspects of sugar production and marketing from field to factory to customer. This gives us the best opportunity to remove all roadblocks that stand in the way of customer relationships and satisfaction.
American Crystal Sugar Company’s goal is to not only be an aggressive sugar company, but to continue to be progressive sugar business.
American Crystal Sugar Company is a world-class agricultural cooperative specializing in the production of sugar and related agri-products. American Crystal is owned by approximately 3,000 shareholders who raise 500,000 acres of sugarbeets in the Red River Valley of Minnesota and North Dakota. As the largest beet sugar producer in the United States, American Crystal utilizes innovative farming practices, low-cost production methods and sales and marketing leadership to produce about 15 percent of America’s highest quality sugar. The Company operates sugar factories in Crookston, East Grand Forks and Moorhead, Minnesota; Drayton and Hillsboro, North Dakota; and in Sidney, Montana under the name Sidney Sugars Incorporated. American Crystal’s technical services center and corporate headquarters are also located in Moorhead.
Located in Edina, Minnesota, United Sugars Corporation markets American Crystal’s sugar to retail and industrial customers throughout the nation. Midwest Agri-Commodities Company, based in Corte Madera, California, globally markets American Crystal’s agri-products such as sugarbeet pulp and molasses.
American Crystal Sugar Company markets its Agri-products through its ownership in Midwest Agri-Commodities.
American Crystal’s sugar production process results in a variety of agri-products including Beet Pulp Pellets, Sugarbeet Pulp Shreds, Beet Molasses and Raffinate, which is desugared beet molasses. These agri-products are marketed through Midwest Agri-Commodities Company, based in San Rafael, California, and are sold primarily for use in pet food manufacturing, as an enhancer in milk production, bakers yeast manufacturing and a host of other feed related applications.
Midwest Agri-Commodities is owned by American Crystal and three other agri-product producing owners. Midwest Agri-Commodities is a leading marketer of sugar agri-products around the globe. In fact, they market over one million tons of these agri-products each year in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia.
American Crystal produces the agri-products described below. More detailed information can be obtained by contacting Midwest Agri-Commodities.
Beet Pulp Pellets
Beet Pulp Pellets are the fibrous portions of the sugar beet left after the sugars are removed. It is mechanically pressed, dried to reduce the moisture content to approximately 9% and then pelletized into a 5/16-inch pellet. The fiber in Beet Pulp Pellets is highly digestible which makes it a good non-starch energy source.
Sugar Beet Pulp Shreds
Sugar Beet Pulp Shreds is an agri-product of the sugar beet industry, and offer a valuable feed resource for all types of livestock. Sugar beet pulp shreds are the fibrous portion of the sugar beet left after the sugars are removed, and is mechanically pressed and dried to reduce the water content to approximately 9%. Sugar beet pulp fiber is highly digestible, extremely palatable feed in a form that is considered less dusty than hay. This product is available in 40 lb. bags and comes in plain and molasses-added forms.
Beet Molasses is an agri-product of the sugar beet industry, and offers a valuable feed resource to the cattle industry and fermentation industry. Beet Molasses is the residual liquid left over from the sugar extraction process, providing an excellent source of energy for livestock. Raffinate (Desugared Beet Molasses) Raffinate is the residual liquid resulting from the desugaring of beet molasses, and provides an excellent source of energy and protein for livestock.
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with American Crystal Sugar Company,
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Tweet Central Utah Water’s primary responsibility is to deliver clean, useable water to our customers by managing the vast CUP and District network of water facilities. Every day we work to maintain and improve those facilities. We monitor and track precipitation levels and make decisions on how best to serve current customers and store […]
Central Utah Water’s primary responsibility is to deliver clean, useable water to our customers by managing the vast CUP and District network of water facilities. Every day we work to maintain and improve those facilities. We monitor and track precipitation levels and make decisions on how best to serve current customers and store water for future generations. The District is proud of its role in managing the water in its jurisdiction and using technology, intelligence and hard work to ensure the best possible balance for man and nature.
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District represents the citizens of a 10-county area in administration, sale, and delivery of water for the Central Utah Project (CUP), as well as the operation and maintenance of the CUP facilities.
Water developed by the CUP is used for municipal, industrial, irrigation, hydroelectric power, fish, wildlife, conservation, and recreation purposes.
The District has developed water treatment facilities in several communities. These facilities supply quality culinary water to comply with ever increasing state and federal drinking water standards and regulations.
The Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Department is specifically charged with: 1) operating and maintaining Central Utah Project (CUP) facilities assigned to the Bonneville Unit and 2) the sale and delivery of CUP water.
CUP facilities are operated and maintained in Duchesne, Wasatch, Summit, Juab, Utah, and Salt Lake counties. The facilities include major storage and regulating reservoirs, smaller diversion features, and interconnecting conveyance systems. Some features are operated under third party contracts with other water agencies.
The sale of project water includes the administration of water sales contracts with municipalities, water districts, irrigation companies, and individuals. The delivery of CUP water involves water supply coordination with the District’s contract holders while maintaining compliance with state water right laws and Reclamation Reform Act regulations.
Fulfilling District O&M responsibilities requires extensive involvement with multiple federal, state, local, and private organizations in addition to the general citizenry. The O&M Department also receives technical assistance from the Engineering Department to meet these responsibilities. Efforts by the O&M Department are centered in trying to best accommodate the public interest in a safe, efficient, and fiscally-responsible manner.
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with the Central Utah Water Conservancy District.
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Tweet Improve your profitability with a complete solution. Culligan Matrix Solutions feature a revolutionary design that is customizable for the needs of your business. The solution is also among one of the fastest to market – from design to installation. The fast to market system helps you achieve accelerated return on investment (ROI). Beginning with […]
Improve your profitability with a complete solution.
Culligan Matrix Solutions feature a revolutionary design that is customizable for the needs of your business. The solution is also among one of the fastest to market – from design to installation.
The fast to market system helps you achieve accelerated return on investment (ROI). Beginning with an on-site water analysis, a Culligan Application Engineer identifies your needs and the selection of modules that contribute to your complete solution.
This consultation helps us design a solution, which improves your profitability, reduces waste and helps achieve your ROI goals. Your needs may require a combination of Culligan’s innovative modules:
Preliminary treatment modules include multi-media filters, softeners, de-alkalizers and chemical treatment, which allows water to perform more efficiently throughout your business. This is the first step to help reduce scale, extend the life of equipment down the line, reduce maintenance costs and promote consistent production.
Membrane solutions can help reduce turbidity, suspended solids, dissolved solids and organic substances. This step will help you increase the efficiency of your equipment and processes, resulting in substantial cost savings and reducing the need for chemical regenerants, in most cases.
In this module, charged ion exchange resin reduces mineral ions from water. Deionization solutions include portable exchange deionization and automatic deionization. This module extends the lifespan of equipment, contributing to long-term cost savings.
Storing purified water for peak instantaneous demand reduces capital costs and streamlines your production process. Storage tanks are available in a variety of materials and capacities for complete customization.
Your business needs may at times require specific distribution solutions. Furthermore, polishing of water may be necessary based on final water quality requirements. A Culligan engineer will work with you to find the necessary pumps and disinfection technologies to provide you a complete solution.
Reclamation & Reuse Solutions
A complete solution must consider options for reducing water consumption through the reuse and repurposing of wastewater. Total plant water balance audits can help ensure your compliance with regulatory requirements and help you realize an improved ROI.
Contact a Culligan engineer to learn more about our Reclamation & Reuse Solutions…
Work with a Culligan engineer to choose the advanced parts and accessories your business requires. These additional components complete your custom-engineered Culligan Matrix Solutions system, helping you fulfill your water treatment goals.
Myron L Meters is proud to work with Culligan.
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Tweet History – VA History VA History The United States has the most comprehensive system of assistance for veterans of any nation in the world. This benefits system traces its roots back to 1636, when the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony were at war with the Pequot Indians. The Pilgrims passed a law which stated that […]
History – VA History
The United States has the most comprehensive system of assistance for veterans of any nation in the world. This benefits system traces its roots back to 1636, when the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony were at war with the Pequot Indians. The Pilgrims passed a law which stated that disabled soldiers would be supported by the colony.
The Continental Congress of 1776 encouraged enlistments during the Revolutionary War by providing pensions for soldiers who were disabled. Direct medical and hospital care given to veterans in the early days of the Republic was provided by the individual States and communities. In 1811, the first domiciliary and medical facility for veterans was authorized by the Federal Government. In the 19th century, the Nation’s veterans assistance program was expanded to include benefits and pensions not only for veterans, but also their widows and dependents.
After the Civil War, many State veterans homes were established. Since domiciliary care was available at all State veterans homes, incidental medical and hospital treatment was provided for all injuries and diseases, whether or not of service origin. Indigent and disabled veterans of the Civil War, Indian Wars, Spanish-American War, and Mexican Border period as well as discharged regular members of the Armed Forces were cared for at these homes.
Congress established a new system of veterans benefits when the United States entered World War I in 1917. Included were programs for disability compensation, insurance for service persons and veterans, and vocational rehabilitation for the disabled. By the 1920s, the various benefits were administered by three different Federal agencies: the Veterans Bureau, the Bureau of Pensions of the Interior Department, and the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
The establishment of the Veterans Administration came in 1930 when Congress authorized the President to “consolidate and coordinate Government activities affecting war veterans.” The three component agencies became bureaus within the Veterans Administration. Brigadier General Frank T. Hines, who directed the Veterans Bureau for seven years, was named as the first Administrator of Veterans Affairs, a job he held until 1945.
The VA health care system has grown from 54 hospitals in 1930, to include 152 hospitals; 800 community based outpatient clinics; 126 nursing home care units; and 35 domiciliaries. VA health care facilities provide a broad spectrum of medical, surgical, and rehabilitative care. The responsibilities and benefits programs of the Veterans Administration grew enormously during the following six decades. World War II resulted in not only a vast increase in the veteran population, but also in large number of new benefits enacted by the Congress for veterans of the war. The World War II GI Bill, signed into law on June 22, 1944, is said to have had more impact on the American way of life than any law since the Homestead Act of 1862. Further educational assistance acts were passed for the benefit of veterans of the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam Era, Persian Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
In 1973, the Veterans Administration assumed another major responsibility when the National Cemetery System (except for Arlington National Cemetery) was transferred to the Veterans Administration from the Department of the Army. The Agency was charged with the operation of the National Cemetery System, including the marking of graves of all persons in national and State cemeteries (and the graves of veterans in private cemeteries, upon request) as well and administering the State Cemetery Grants Program. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was established as a Cabinet-level position on March 15, 1989. President Bush hailed the creation of the new Department saying, “There is only one place for the veterans of America, in the Cabinet Room, at the table with the President of the United States of America.”
In 2009, President Obama appointed Secretary Eric K. Shinseki to lead a massive transformation of the VA into a high-performing 21st century organization that can better serve Veterans. Under the leadership of Secretary Shinseki, the VA has adopted three guiding principles to govern the changes underway, namely being people-centric, results-driven, and forward-looking. These principles are reflected in the 16 major initiatives that serve as a platform from which transformation is being executed.
The 16 major initiatives are:
Eliminating Veteran homelessness
Enabling 21st century benefits delivery and services
Automating GI Bill benefits
Creating Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record
Improving Veterans’ mental health
Building Veterans Relationship Management capability to enable convenient, seamless interactions
Designing a Veteran-centric health care model to help Veterans navigate the health care delivery system and receive coordinated care
Enhancing the Veteran experience and access to health care
Ensuring preparedness to meet emergent national needs
Developing capabilities and enabling systems to drive performance and outcomes.
Establishing strong VA management infrastructure and integrated operating model
Transforming human capital management
Performing research and development to enhance the long-term health and well-being of Veterans
Optimizing the utilization of VA’s Capital portfolio by implementing and executing the Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) process
Improving the quality of health care while reducing cost
Transforming health care delivery through health informatics
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Tweet Creative dedicated experts delivering results you can rely on. A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, TRC is a national engineering, consulting and construction management firm providing integrated services to the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets. We serve a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects […]
Creative dedicated experts delivering results you can rely on.
A pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, TRC is a national engineering, consulting and construction management firm providing integrated services to the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets. We serve a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to operations.
TRC is 2,400 technical professionals and support personnel at more than 70 offices throughout the U.S. Our clients depend on TRC’s multidisciplinary teams to design solutions to their toughest business challenges in the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets.
We understand our clients’ goals and embrace them as our own, applying creativity, experience, integrity and dedication to deliver superior solutions to the world’s energy, environment and infrastructure challenges.
TRC’s clients depend on us to design solutions to their toughest business challenges. Our multidisciplinary project teams are experts in the following areas.
Hydropower Licensing, Relicensing and Compliance
Power Plant Closures, Retrofits and New Generation
Air Quality Services
Biological Studies and Services
Building Sciences and Industrial Hygiene
Carbon Strategy Services
Cultural Resources Management
Environmental Health and Safety Management
Environmental Permitting and Licensing
Exit Strategy/ Environmental Liability Transfer
Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) Site Remediation
Midstream Environmental and Engineering
Remediation and Site Assessment
Solid Waste Management
Sustainability Advisory Services
Construction Engineering and Inspection
Site Development Engineering
Transportation Infrastructure Design
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with TRC Solutions.
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Tweet Kemira – water is the connection Kemira is a global, over two billion euro water chemistry company serving customers in water-intensive industries. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Kemira offers water quality and quantity management improving customers’ energy, water, and raw material efficiency. Kemira’s goal is to be a leading water chemistry company. We have organized […]
Kemira – water is the connection
Kemira is a global, over two billion euro water chemistry company serving customers in water-intensive industries. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Kemira offers water quality and quantity management improving customers’ energy, water, and raw material efficiency. Kemira’s goal is to be a leading water chemistry company.
We have organized our business into three customer based segments. The Paper segment serves customers in the pulp and paper industry, the Municipal & Industrial segment serves customers in municipal and industrial water treatment, and the Oil & Mining segment serves customers in the oil, gas and mining industries
We offer chemical products and integrated systems that help customers in the water-intensive pulp and paper industry to improve their profitability as well as their water, raw material and energy efficiency. Our solutions support sustainable development.
Municipal & Industrial
We offer water treatment chemicals for municipalities and industrial customers. Our strengths are high-level application know-how, a comprehensive range of water treatment chemicals, and reliable customer deliveries.
Oil & Mining
We offer a large selection of innovative chemical extraction and process solutions for oil and mining industries, where water plays a central role. Utilizing our expertise, we enable our customers to improve efficiency and productivity.
We offer chemical products and customer-driven solutions to the food, feed, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. Utilizing our application expertise, our customers can benefit through improved profitability and enhanced product quality.
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Kemira.
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