ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Anue Water Technologies has announced that Tencarva Municipal is the new and exclusive channel partner for the sales and installation of all Anue Water products throughout Virginia and Arkansas. Tencarva has been successfully distributing Anue products for more than 10 years throughout Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Ohio and Kentucky.
Anue manufacturers eco-friendly oxygen/ozone and other cost-effective equipment for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, odor, corrosion and FOG (fats, oil, grease) control applied in municipal forcemains, lift stations, wet-wells and wastewater tanks.
“We are happy and proud to have Tencarva Municipal taking on more territory as our exclusive channel partner,” said Greg Bock, Anue Water vice president and general manager. “They are tried, tested and proven wastewater treatment experts and have recently staffed up to introduce municipalities and industrial customers in Virginia and Arkansas to Anue’s eco-friendly systems that replace costly chemicals with labor-saving and eco-friendly Anue Oxygen/Ozone injection and other cleantech solutions to collection system issues of odor, corrosion and FOG (fats, oils, grease). Anue has recently added several new channel partners, such as Environmental Improvements (EI2) for Texas and Oklahoma; Koester Associates for New York State and Northern New Jersey, Kershner Environmental for Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey; Russell Resources throughout the six New England States, J.H. Wright throughout the Gulf States, Florida Panhandle and Georgia; Northwestern Power Equipment for the Upper Midwestern States; and Faco Waterworks for Indiana. With the expansion of Tencarva Southern Sales into Virginia and Arkansas, Anue is able to demonstrate and install our clean and cost-saving equipment solutions to well over 90% of the municipalities in the USA and Canada.”
Tencarva Vice President Bill Allen added, “We look forward to introducing Virginia and Arkansas wastewater treatment customers to Anue’s eco-friendly equipment, which replaces costly and labor-intensive chemicals. More and more municipalities in this region want clean-tech solutions that minimize labor and inputs into the environment.”
For more information, visit anuewater.com.