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Enviro-Care Company
1570 St. Paul Avenue
Gurnee, IL 60031








Charlene Low
Marketing Manager
Mobile: 847-712-2192

Enviro-Care/SAVI Headworks Equipment
To Be Manufactured in the United States

Rockford, Illinois,  January 10, 2013.  Enviro-Care Company of Rockford Illinois and SAVI S.r.l. located in Roncoferraro (MN) Italy have signed an exclusive license for the U. S. manufacture of all SAVI products for sales distribution throughout North America.


SAVI is an international supplier of a wide range of screening and solids / grit handling equipment with hundreds of installations worldwide.  In addition, SAVI’s international product offering includes traveling bridge filters for grit, grease, and sludge removal as well as circular clarifiers.


 “Since the inception of the original North American marketing license between SAVI and Enviro-Care, the two companies have forged a strong partnership.”  states Jim Mattox, President of  Enviro-Care.  “The manufacturing license is the next logical step in this relationship.”


“The ability to manufacturer the SAVI designed equipment in the U.S. has major benefits for both companies.”  confirms Phil Thompson,  Enviro-Care Vice President of Sales & Marketing.  “Enviro-Care can now provide faster deliveries and more easily customized headworks equipment to the North American market.  This also enables us to comply with the Pennsylvania Steel Act and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Buy American Provision, where “Made in America” is a necessity.  In addition, SAVI gains increased manufacturing capacity to support their worldwide market.”


Last year, Enviro-Care introduced the SAVI “Beast” at WEFTEC in New Orleans.  This innovative septage receiving unit is the type of advanced technology that has made SAVI a worldwide leader in wastewater equipment. 


“As SAVI continues to design and engineer advanced wastewater treatment equipment, Enviro-Care will make this equipment available to the North American market.” promises Thompson.