Plymouth Technology specializes in helping industrial manufacturers clean up their water – otherwise known as water treatment. They work with clients in a variety of industries – companies that build cars, washing machines, jet engines, even those that drill for oil and…process tomatoes?
"I love using this example!" laughs Amanda Richie, president of Plymouth Technology Inc. She breaks it down into simple terms: "Heinz 57 gets tons of dirty tomatoes in from farms" – they've got dirt and worms and bird poop and whatever else – "The tomatoes get the water really dirty and they can't put that water back into the lake because it would kill all the fish. We use chemicals to clean that water," she says. Their work is in compliance with the Clean Water Act which governs water pollution. Plymouth Technology provides chemicals and chemical engineering applications advice to manufacturing operations. "We help protect the environment and this natural resource."