United States of America
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I. Kruger Inc.

4001 Weston Pkwy
Cary, NC 27513

Phone: (919) 677-8310
Fax: (919) 677-0082

US Municipal Solutions

Responsibility

Is the keystone for all our business activities

Responsibility is the keystone for all our business activities. We support our customer's environmental and economic challenges by providing innovative and sustainable carbon and water footprint programs. Internally our responsibility is reflected in our safety management, diversity and personnel engagement.

Value

Is what we create for our customers

Value is what we create for our customers. Our all-encompassing range of solutions and technologies is dedicated to leverage the value of water and wastewater resources. Combined with local presence and a worldwide network of experts, we ensure our customers the best possible solutions to treat or reuse wastewater, produce or recover energy, extract raw materials, such as phosphorus, and capitalize on byproducts.

Service

Is what we deliver to our customers

Service is what we deliver to our customers. As the global benchmark of water services we secure our customers' performance through world-renowned technologies and expertise. Combined with our operating experience it forms the basis for ongoing improvements and synergies leading to best-in-class service.

Multi-local presence

Visit Us At Industry Tradeshows

KY/TN WPC

Booth #423

July 20-23, 2014

Chattanooga, TN

Virginia Water Jam

September 8-11, 2014

Hampton, VA

WEFTEC 2014

Booth #4600

Achieving Stringent Effluent Limits

Veolia's BIO-DENITRO system, followed by the the Hydrotech Discfilter, produces high quality effluent for reclaimed water.

Meeting Total Inorganic Nitrogen Limits

Veolia's AnoxKaldnes HybasTM process has increased plant capacity to 8 MGD and demonstrates TIN levels of less than 4 mg/L.

BioCon Meets EPA Standards And More

The City of Buffalo was faced with numerous challenges such as rising disposal costs, odor issues, and an increase in plant capacity due to the expected increase in population from approximately 15,000 to 30,000 by 2025. Furthermore, the EPA 503 Class A disposal standards needed to be met, as well as meeting the requirements in the limited site footprint.