Provectus Environmental Welcomes Andy Lowy
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CHICAGO - illiNews -- Provectus Environmental Products, Inc. is excited to announce that Mr. Andy Lowy has joined the firm as a Technical Sales representative. Andy is presently located in Raleigh, NC, and joins Provectus after nine years of in situ remedial design and sales experience with an international remediation firm. Mr. Lowy's previous work focused on a wide array of projects, including the utilization of chemical oxidants, chemical reductants, and aerobic/anaerobic biological processes to remediate contaminants such as chlorinated VOCs, BTEX, MAHs, and PAHs. His primary focus was on technology evaluation and selection based upon site-specific data. At Provectus, Mr. Lowy will use his robust background of knowledge and experience to continue to develop key client relationships while offering industry-leading technical sales support, allowing for the application of our safe, advanced, and cost-effective technologies to successfully remediate a wide range of contaminated sites.

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"I'm very excited to begin the next chapter in my professional career with the Provectus Team and our valued clients. This opportunity grants me the ability to use and build upon my previous industry experience, while being afforded the chance to work with superior in situ remedial technologies. I couldn't be more excited to begin my work here and look forward to assisting Provectus' clients with their complex remedial problems and the multitude of solutions Provectus can offer," said Mr. Lowy.

You can contact Andy directly via e-mail at andy.lowy@provectusenv.com or (480) 670-7278. Otherwise, please visit https://www.provectusenvironmental.com/ for further information on our team and offered technologies.

Contact
Christopher Mullen
Director of Marketing & Communications
Provectus Environmental Products, Inc.
***@provectusenv.com


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