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Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. – Opens Technology Center

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Effective May 1, 2015, IET has opened our technology center.

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Featuring:  13,000 sq, ft. of offices

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12,000 sq. ft. of warehouse (full service facility

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Three kitchens

Kitchen 1Breakfast kitchen

Full gym

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Employee Recreation Room

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With this investment of several million dollars, IET  is positioned for the next decade to offer a state-of-the-art work environment, laboratories, service facility and technology development.

Coupled with our expansion into the southeast with our new offices in Columbus Georgia, Innovative Environmental’s continued growth and expansion offers exciting opportunities for environmental professionals seeking advanced remedial solutions.

IET is also currently seeking qualified candidates for positions; including project manages, field technicians, drillers, laboratory manager and support staff.

As the oldest and largest environmental contractor in the United States, IET was the first injection company in the country, the first technology based remedial contractor and the first to patent a variety of technologies including the combination of zero valent iron and organic hydrogen donors.

Our current technologies consist of nearly a dozen patented and patent pending technologies.

Innovative Environmental Technologies

About Innovative Environmental Technologies

Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. (IET) is the oldest and most respected remedial contractor providing patented and licensed in-situ injection services in the United States. Formed in 1998, IET provides turn-key design and implementation services to environmental consulting companies. Since 1998, IET has designed and implemented over 1,000 in-situ remediation projects. IET is committed to providing the most appropriate and cost-effective technology based solutions for a wide variety of impacted soils and groundwater. IET's in-house and licensed technologies allow for the in-situ treatment of chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydro carbons, pesticides and heavy metals.