Growing Reputation for Midwest Waste Heat Energy and HVAC Efficiency Experts
Energy Recovery Partners, a Wisconsin company that specializes in waste, heat, energy and HVAC efficiency for the food and heavy manufacturing industries, is establishing itself as a quality resource for process and product improvement.
Created in 2010 by co-owners Bob Nelson and Paul Ziehr, Energy Recovery Partners (ERP) focuses predominantly on providing environmental solutions that address improvements in air pollution and VOC abatement, HVAC design for food safety, and energy recovery within a production facility. These areas are a growing concern for manufacturing companies, as both political leaders and consumers are pushing safety and compliance to the forefront of American awareness, and calling for legislation to enforce stronger standards.
"Food safety and environmental protection go hand-in-hand," said Bob Nelson. "For decades, citizens have recognized the need to balance the various, necessary steps in any manufacturing process with the impact on the environment. That same diligence carries over to the end product, providing consumers with reliable, quality choices."
Paul Ziehr agreed, and added: "Just reading today's headlines, one can see the need for a focus on prevention, rather than a reactionary mindset. That's why we do our job - to identify potential risk, and implement solutions that are tailor-made to maximize a company's manufacturing methods."
In an effort to create a vital communications resource that addresses both need and outcome, ERP recently launched a renovated website that features an in-depth look at the company's process, a collection hub for important industry developments, and actual case studies that highlight finished projects. The site may be accessed at www.energyrecoverypartners.com.
Using a five-part approach that incorporates measurement, food safety zones, design, installation, and control, Energy Recovery Partners transforms waste heat energy and HVAC inefficiencies into manufacturing process improvements. The company is headquartered in Hubertus, Wisconsin.