Canada: Premier Tech Aqua enters partnership with Entex Technologies

In line with its mission of becoming a technological and commercial leader in the onsite and decentralized wastewater treatment industry, Premier Tech Aqua (PTA), a Business Unit of Premier Tech, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with US company Entex Technologies (ENTEX) to bring to the Canadian Municipal, Commercial, Community, Institutional and Industrial (M2C2I) sectors proven and state-of-the-art fixed and moving media solutions for wastewater treatment. PTA thus becomes the exclusive partner to integrate, sell and market ENTEX BioPortz™, BioWeb™, and Webitat™ technologies for M2C2I wastewater applications in Canada.

A world leader in ready-to-use wastewater treatment systems, PTA will use its unique rotomolding and engineering expertise to integrate ENTEX technologies (BioPortz™, BioWeb™, and Webitat™) and combine their exceptional effectiveness with its existing line of high-performance wastewater treatment solutions. With this partnership, PTA enhances its portfolio of products and technologies as well as its capacity to offer the most suitable solution to an even greater variety of M2C2I applications - from the upgrade of aerated lagoons in the cold Canadian climate to helping small businesses solve specific wastewater treatment needs.

ENTEX, a leading American company in the design, development and manufacturing of fixed and moving media as well as wastewater treatment systems incorporating its BioPortz™, BioWeb™, and Webitat™ media, also plans to harness the full potential of PTA's commercial network and wastewater treatment and rotomolding expertise while collaborating on product and commercial strategies with its new partner.

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