West Virginia

Meet the team that can help you move your project forward

Hi, I am the Regional Sales Manager, Michael Cole

My name’s Michael Cole, and I’m the Regional Manager for Nexom, including EDI. My experience includes over a decade of wastewater treatment sales and engineering experience in municipal and industrial markets in south east USA. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at Penn State.

Hi, I am the Regional Sales Manager, Michael Cole

My name’s Michael Cole, and I’m the Regional Manager for Nexom, including EDI. My experience includes over a decade of wastewater treatment sales and engineering experience in municipal and industrial markets in south east USA. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering at Penn State.

Meet Our West Virginia Representative(s)

Also allow me to introduce our reps in West Virginia. Their team is great at helping West Virginia engineers and customers solve their wastewater treatment problems. You can reach them at:

Phone: 412-487-7140
Website: pumpmanpittsburgh.com
Office: 3812 William Flynn Highway, Bldg, #2
Allison Park, PA 15101

What engineers have said:

"[EDI's] innovative technology as a post lagoon tertiary filter will meet all the town's future development needs and save the town millions of dollars compared to a conventional plant!"— TRISH JOHNSON, OTTAWA, ONTARIO

What engineers have said:

"The [SAGR] wastewater system is consistently discharging extremely high effluent quality with non-detect BOD, TSS and ammonia."
— MATT WILDMAN, P.E. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA

What engineers have said:

"EDI's ability to work with the local operators and their client service throughout the pilot was exemplary!"
— TRISH JOHNSON OTTAWA, ONTARIO

What engineers have said:

"The ease of operation and the ultimate success of the Walker [SAGR] system has led to several other projects in the surrounding communities and throughout Iowa."— MATT WILDMAN, P.E. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA

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California, MO

Plant upgrade allows simplified maintenance and room for future expansion while meeting compliance.

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