Mar. 9, 2011
Monroe, MI -- EIC will become the exclusive representative for Monroe Environmental liquid clarification and air/gas cleaning systems in the Middle East and North Africa.
Monroe Environmental, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-quality pollution control equipment, announced it has signed an agreement making Energy International Corporation (EIC) its exclusive representative in the MENA region.
Energy International is a leader in the supply, design, and installation of HVAC and electromechanical equipment to construction projects throughout the Middle East and North Africa. EIC will now offer Monroe Environmental's full line of water & wastewater treatment equipment as well as air/gas cleaning and odor control systems to industrial manufacturers, municipal treatment plants, and a variety of other end-users throughout the region.
Energy International is the perfect choice to represent Monroe Environmental in the MENA region, said Gary Pashaian, President, Monroe Environmental. We both believe in delivering the best in quality products and backing those products with continuous and total support.
Monroe Environmental manufactures a number of water and wastewater treatment systems including API oil/water separators, circular clarifiers, oil recovery units, plate & tube settlers, air stripping towers, and parallel plate horizontal & vertical clarifiers. Monroe's air/gas cleaning and odor control systems include packed bed scrubbers, carbon adsorbers, venturi scrubbers, cartridge dust collectors, and oil mist collectors.
All Monroe Environmental products are engineered, fabricated and completely assembled and tested in-house at their Monroe, Mich., facility when feasible, to ensure that all parts and components fit together perfectly during final installation at the job site. This process reduces the need for costly and time-consuming field modifications. EIC and Monroe also offer start-up training and support after the sale.
We are pleased to have Monroe Environmental as a partner in the Middle East and North Africa, said Ned Fawaz, Chief Executive Officer, Energy International Corporation. They are well respected in their industry and their products and services fill a vital need in the region.