GREEN CHEMISTRY
Green Chemistry is not a new concept to Industrial Water Engineering.  New Mexico is a natural testing ground for green chemistry. Limited water supplies in New Mexico keep IWE on the cutting edge of water conservation and resource management.

Industrial Water Engineering programs are designed to reduce energy and water consumption by preventing system problems and maintaining system efficiency. Industrial Water Engineering will maintain reliable equipment and product quality. 

“Industrial Water Engineering is proud to provide water treatment support to Presbyterian Healthcare Services.  One of only 3 hospitals nationwide to receive the Energy Star rating in 2009!”
 "Industrial Water Engineering is proud to provide water treatment support to Presbyterian Healthcare Services. One of only 3 hospitals nationwide to receive the Energy Star rating in 2009!" 

IWE has been able to help numerous customers increase water use efficiency.  IWE capabilites have been highlighted in industry journals and newsletters such as Conservation Current published by the New Mexico Water Conservation Alliance.
Partners in water conservation: Kim Trinosky, Facility manager for Honeywell (center), with Gary Wilkinson (left) and Les Norman (right) from Industrial Water EngineeringPartners in water conservation: Kim Trinosky,
Facility Manager for Honeywell (center)
with Gary Wilkinson (left) and Les Norman (right)
from Industrial Water Engineering








 
Honeywell Aerospace wins Large Water Users Water Conservation Award for 40% savings in water use through seven cooling towers.  Honeywell employs over 1,300 employees and is one of the largest facilities in New Mexico.