Articles by SCMFG/Staff

Turbidity in Industrial Wastewater. What is it and Why Measure?

What is Turbidity? Turbidity refers to the cloudiness of water caused by tiny particles or suspended solids. These particles are so small that they are invisible to the naked eye. Turbidity is technically described as the measure of clarity in water. Defined by the American Water Works…



Onboarding for Mergers and Acquisitions

We often think of onboarding for new hires, but effective onboarding is also imperative for successful transition during mergers and acquisitions. Even before the final contracts are signed, it is beneficial to have an onboarding plan. Sadly, more often than not, little preparation has been made for…


Daedalus Industrial is Hiring

Daedalus Industrial is Hiring! View below for the “Controls Engineer” and “Electrical Engineer” job descriptions and apply today! Controls Engineer Location: Easley, SC Are you an experienced controls engineer searching for the position that would utilize your abilities, as well as remain challenging? Are you looking for…


A Simple Solution for STEM Talent Shortages

In order for the United Nations to achieve its stated Sustainable Development Goals for the future we need to make some big changes. These sustainability goals are focused on increasing the use of clean energy, building more sustainable cities, and improving how we treat our planet. It…


Communication Breakthrough: Do You Know the Platinum Rule?

Join FocalPoint Coaches Jerry Pilewski, Mike Ungar, and John Roney for their next Business Advantage free webinar July 27, 12pm – 1pm.. Communication Breakthrough:  Do You Know the Platinum Rule? Being a versatile and highly skilled communicator is vital in today’s marketplace for success.  Key to this…


SHAW Plant Reduces Costs, Improves Training using Virtual Reality

South Carolina manufacturing companies are finding that Industry 4.0 technology can have immediate financial benefit, and it is not always expensive or difficult to implement. Shaw Industries’ plant in Columbia, S.C. demonstrated this in a recent plant visit from the South Carolina benchmarking group, the OpExChange. Shaw…


Viennetta Wishes, Riunite Dreams

It was purely accidental that I stumbled upon the news. No. Not accidental. It was fate. As I perused the weekly online circular from Publix, an image caught my eye. Assuming I had seen it incorrectly, I zoomed in to double check. Could it be? It was….


A Greenville Story; 55 Years and Counting with International Plastics

NOTE: WSPA also shared this article. Read here In June 1964, U.S. military forces began ramping up operations in South Vietnam as the Beatles embarked on their first, and only, world tour. That same month, Greenville-Spartanburg Airport prepped for its second birthday in October and 38-year-old World War II Veteran and Upstate entrepreneur, J.R. McClure, […]


Is Your Industrial Wastewater Plant Too Small?

Undersized wastewater plants can disrupt the overall facility process and often force production limitations, which can reduce profits. Under-sizing issues can be identified through expansion audits, the need for a reduction in operational costs or by experiencing shutdowns due to plant capacity issues. If it has been…