July 20, 2015 West End, NC: Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc. (ATL), a leading supplier of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), is excited to announced today that Alexandria Renew Enterprises (AlexRenew), one of the most advanced water reclamation facilities in the United States, has selected ATL’s Sample Master® for their Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).
Sample Master® LIMS will be used as part of an ongoing program to enhance the quality, productivity, and efficiency of AlexRenew’s laboratory operations at its wastewater reclamation facility in Alexandria, VA. The laboratory will have all of their instruments interfaced and their regulatory reporting fully automated with ATL’s NPDES DMR package. AlexRenew serves the city of Alexandria and parts of Fairfax County, Virginia and treats an average of 35 million gallons of water every day.
“ATL is excited for the opportunity to team up with AlexRenew to help them meet their goals for maintaining one of the country’s most advanced water treatment facilities. We are committed to working alongside AlexRenew to successfully automate their laboratory operations with Sample Master® LIMS and provide ongoing world-class technical support once they go live”, said Dr. Christine Paszko, ATL’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
AlexRenew’s Quality Assurance Officer, Aster Tekle, noted, “We chose Sample Master® because it is the best choice for our laboratory as we continue to work towards our organization’s 2040 vision and its strategic outcomes of operational excellence and developing an implementing innovative ideas and technologies to enhance resiliency and sustainability. We look forward to working with ATL on the implementation.”
About Alexandria Renew Enterprises
Alexandria Renew Enterprises, also known as AlexRenew, operates one of the most advanced wastewater reclamation facilities in the United States. This facility is located on a 35-acre site within walking distance of Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
AlexRenew serves approximately 320,000 residents in the city of Alexandria and part of Fairfax County, VA. AlexRenew cleans an average of 13 billion gallons of dirty water every year. Since the company’s founding in 1952, AlexRenew has maintained a steadfast commitment to the environment, its residents and its employees.