IRVINE, Calif., Sept. - MicroMedia Filtration, Inc. , an industry leader pioneering wastewater treatment and renewable energy technology, announces that it has changed its name to M2 Renewables, Inc. (www.m2renewables.com), effective June 22, 2010.
'We are proud of our success in providing wastewater solutions with 1/10 the footprint, 1/2 the cost, and 1/5 the energy use of conventional systems, and we have grown into a company with new directions and ideas to meet the needs of the 21st Century,' says CEO Gerhard Forstner.
Coming off the success of installations in the cities of Fontana and Adelanto, California as well as recent recognition for their innovation in green engineering at the TechAmerica High-Tech Innovation Awards (http://www.techamerica.org/htaoc), the company feels their new name more accurately portrays their scope as they venture into new ways to help the planet produce cleaner water and energy.
The municipal wastewater industry in the United States currently consumes 4% of national power generation. The solution to this taxing environmental problem lies in the accelerated adoption of green wastewater treatment systems and renewable energy programs. M2 Renewables, Inc. operates in the center of this critical and expanding field. Their goal is to make wastewater management more efficient while minimizing energy use.
Ken Stedman, Founder and CTO of M2 Renewables, states, 'Our solutions have far reaching impact into other industries, allowing new ways to realize profits while offering environmental advances. M2 Renewables more accurately reflects this expanding business reach. We will move forward in our ongoing pursuit to achieve a sustainable future for generations to come.'
The company is committed to better management of vital resources while reducing harmful emissions and will continue to offer clients practical, cost effective systems that reduce carbon footprint while saving space and energy.