U.S. Peroxide, LLC changes name to USP Technologies

May 15, 2015
U.S. Peroxide, LLC has changed its name to USP Technologies. The name change builds upon US Peroxide's successful track record of more than 20 years providing full-service peroxygen-based programs to the municipal and industrial water treatment market.

ATLANTA, GA, May 15, 2015 -- Effective today, U.S. Peroxide, LLC, a provider of peroxide-based treatment programs for water, wastewater, soil, and air, has changed its name to USP Technologies.™ The name change builds upon US Peroxide's successful track record of more than 20 years providing full-service peroxygen-based programs to the municipal and industrial water treatment market.

Changing the name to USP Technologies will help to better describe the company's continued commitment to expanding its technology offering by adding new value-added solutions, while at the same time expanding its geographic capability to be able to provide service programs to customers outside of North America.

USP Technologies, with offices and field service locations throughout North America, provides performance-driven, full-service environmental treatment programs. Applications include turnkey odor and corrosion control solutions for municipal wastewater and drinking water treatment; refinery, gas, oil, and petrochemical wastewater applications; industrial wastewater and air quality treatment; in-situ remediation; and UV-oxidation.

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About USP Technologies

USP Technologies is a provider of hydrogen peroxide and peroxide-based, performance-driven, full-service environmental treatment programs to help purify water, wastewater, soil, and air. Further, the company is one of Trojan Technologies' six businesses, including Aquafine, Trojan Marinex, TrojanUV, Salsnes Filter, and VIQUA. USP specializes in turnkey solutions for municipal wastewater and drinking water treatment; refinery, gas, oil, and petrochemical applications; industrial wastewater and air quality treatment; remediation; and UV-Oxidation. For more information, visit www.usptechnologies.com.

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