Connecticut received the $3.4 million State Energy Sector Partnership grant last year as part of a nationwide effort to grow industries focusing on environmental sustainability and energy efficiency. Through the grant, the state wants to ensure it has enough educated workers to meet the needs of those growing industries. In March 2011, the Connecticut Office of Workforce Competitiveness began bringing in experts to meet with the state’s industries to discuss their environmentally friendly efforts, their training, and what needs to be done to provide a steady flow of GREEN-COLLAR workers. Eemax was one of the Connecticut-based companies spotlighted as a small, growing GREEN company.
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The Connecticut Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth's Private Equity Expo was a can't-miss affair for Kevin Ruppelt and David Brault of Eemax. Ruppelt, president and chief executive officer of the business, and Brault, its chief financial officer, were among more than 300 middle market dealmakers at the event Friday at the Stamford Marriott, including private equity professionals, investment bankers, lenders, corporate development officers, lawyers and other service providers.
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Green Building Product News
AccuMix™ was recently spotlighted in the Green Building Product News digital newsletter. AccuMix from Eemax is the first ever thermostatic temperature controlled heater with an ASSE 1070-2004 code compliant mechanical integrated mixing valve. It is perfectly suited for use in public restrooms in retail stores, restaurants, medical environments, office buildings, factories, schools, or any commercial building.
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Eemax Electric Tankless Water Heaters were featured in the April 2010, Vol. 65, No. 4 issue of The Wholesaler. The article focuses on how homeowners remodel their kitchens and baths frequently to make them more efficient, yet during the renovations, they sometimes forget to replace one of the single most important energy and water consuming items -- the water heater. Eemax fills a niche with an affordable soluton that is easy to install and provides a better way to heat water.
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U.S. Business Review
Kevin Ruppelt, President and CEO of Eemax, Inc., (www.eemax.com), was recently interviewed for a feature article in the Spring 2010 issue of U.S. Business Review. The article appears on pages 22-23 and focuses on how Eemax’s “green” products save energy, water, space, and money.
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