Quality system at WesTech's Iowa facility achieves ISO Certification

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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, Dec. 9, 2013 -- The quality system at a WesTech Engineering office in Ames, Iowa, has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification.

Overseeing the General Filter and Microfloc product lines, WesTech's Iowa facility had to meet the latest international ISO requirements for a quality management system in order to achieve the certification. As such, the company consistently provided products that met customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements.

The ISO 9001 certification is a process that documents and verifies that a facility consistently operates at a world-class quality level. WesTech's Salt Lake City headquarters have been certified since 1994 and placed priority on gaining ISO 9001:2008 certification for its Iowa operation upon acquiring the General Filter and Microfloc product lines from Siemens in September, 2012.

About WesTech Engineering, Inc.

WesTech engineers and manufactures process equipment and working solutions for municipal water and wastewater treatment as well as industrial and minerals processing. Drawing upon nearly half a century of experience, we provide our customers around the world with the best value and solutions for their process needs. The water technologies we advance and apply benefit not only our customers, but society as a whole.

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