Energy Recovery Inc (ERI) has relocated its corporate headquarters and manufacturing operations to a nearby facility in San Leandro, California that will include new, state-of-the-art ceramics research and production capabilities.
The newly expanded headquarters combines the company’s business operations and manufacturing into a single, 165 000 sq ft facility in San Leandro. The expansion allows for an increase in production capacity for the company’s PX Pressure Exchanger.
“Our new headquarters provides ERI with a distinctive competitive edge, as it enables us to integrate our supply chain and expand our product offerings through extensive, unmatched research and development capabilities. We look forward to years of continued success in the new location as we further strengthen our position as the industry’s leading provider of energy recovery devices,” said GG Pique, Energy Recovery president and CEO.
Energy Recovery has hired Timothy Dyer, a seasoned ceramist and inventor who holds more than 30 US patents. “This expansion and consolidation provides ERI with the ability to improve the efficiency of our operations and control costs,” said Terry Sandlin, vice president of manufacturing at ERI. “Hiring Tim Dyer is a tremendous win for our engineering and manufacturing development team as he brings a wealth of expertise in ceramics.”