Patents Help Company Create A More Environmentally Friendly Sewer Treatment System

Monday, March 07, 2011

"Engineering Firm Aims to Head Off Sewage Overflows"
Crain's Detroit Business

March 7, 2011 – Brooks Kushman client, Applied Engineering Technologies, Inc. was featured in the "Focus: Innovations: Patents" section of the March 7, 2011 issue of Crain's Detroit Business for creating a patented method to make sewer treatment systems more environmentally friendly. Founder and president of Applied Engineering Technologies, Inc., Saad Ghalib said "It cuts costs, is operationally friendly and requires less space than traditional systems." Dearborn, Michigan began using Ghalib's sewer treatment system in late 2010 and according to State Rep. Gino Polidori, D-Dearborn, the system saved the City of Dearborn more than $150 million. 

Brooks Kushman patent attorneys, John Nemazi and Mark Stuenkel helped Ghalib file patents for the sewer treatment system in the U.S. and overseas.  

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