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Utah-Based ATS (Alpine Technical Services) Joins Inc. 500/5000 2014

-Successful 35-year-old Firm Growing Rapidly as it Expands Environmental Protection and Industrial Safety Offerings-

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A globally significant firm from Utah that is addressing high-end safety and water treatment concerns is setting national records for growth. ATS of Midvale, Utah, has just been named to the Inc. 500/5000 list for 2014, company officials confirmed.

ATS is a privately-held, family-owned, 35-year-old organization offering custom safety (safety showers), industrial, municipal and rural water treatment, water purification, including zebra mussel and algae treatment, and water reuse solutions.  ATS has created a legacy of success in providing high-end custom safety showers for use in industrial settings where hazardous chemicals are involved.

From that foundation, the company has expanded its offerings and markets to address today's safety and environmental challenge, resulting in dramatically increased organizational presence and growth.

"Our long standing legacy of excellence has provided us with an ideal platform for innovating new safety and environmental products that are vital to our world," said Richard Allred, ATS CEO.

For example, ATS has partnered with Showers and Eyebaths to provide the first CSA-certified (CPL-listed) solution for high-end safety showers that can serve even the most rigorous environmental locations (such as the Andes Mountains, a power plant in Brazil, or a platform in the middle of the North Sea). The company is also the premier provider of tank-fed units that can deliver tepid water immediately to rinse and protect eyes, hair and skin from chemical contamination. As underscored by today's award, the organization is currently expanding its success into other safety and environment-related product solutions as well.

"We are highly honored to have placed within the top 50 percent of the companies Inc. is acknowledging in 2014," Allred continued. "From water purification to odor management, corrosion inhibitors and even addressing the problem of zebra mussel that plagues many U.S. waterways, we are dedicated to using applied technology and chemical science to deliver newer and better solutions to a growing set of the most difficult challenges our world and our communities face."

With its expanded offerings, ATS' award-winning growth is also allowing the company to build a new and expanded headquarter facility in Midvale, Utah, which is scheduled to open in early 2015.

About ATS

Operating as a privately held company in Midvale, Utah, ATS provides custom safety and water treatment solutions.  ATS is a leading provider of high-end safety showers for industrial settings where hazardous chemicals are provided. ATS is introducing bundles that include chemicals, equipment and safety showers as a complete solution to its clients.  In addition, the company is currently expanding its focus to address water purification for rural municipalities, in particular. In all, the company is dedicated to providing an increasingly larger spectrum of technology and bioscience solutions to answer the needs for cleaner water, safer manufacturing environments and more effective solutions towards the creation of a safer environment and better world.

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