TerraTherm, Inc. Welcomes Visit from Massachusetts Officials

08/02/12 – TerraTherm, Inc., a world‐wide leader in hazardous waste cleanup and MassVentures-backed companyMayor visits TerraTherm, was visited in its new facility by Gardner City Mayor Mark Hawke and his staff, as well as other officials representing various Massachusetts governmental institutions. The group included spokespersons from Congressman John Olver’s Office, Senator Jennifer Flanagan’s Office, the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, the City of Gardner Dept. of Community Development and Planning, Mount Wachusett Community College, the North Central Workforce Investment Board, and a Gardner City Councilor also representing a local bank.

Dr. Ralph Baker, TerraTherm’s Co‐Founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist led the visit beginning with a brief presentation and overview of the firm’s history and accomplishments, followed by a tour of the facility. The visitors were highly engaged and very interested in learning about the technology and the progress TerraTherm has made. Dr. Baker had this to say about the visit, “We were very pleased to host Mayor Hawke and distinguished guests, introducing them to our world‐ class technology and receiving such a nice welcome to Gardner.”

TerraTherm had recently moved from its office in Fitchburg, MA to its new location at 151 Suffolk Lane, Gardner, MA. Their previous location was about one‐third the size of the new facility, and was unable to sustain the company’s rapid growth. TerraTherm recently signed a 10‐year lease on the new building located in the Summit Industrial Park off Route 101. Co‐Founder, President and CEO John Bierschenk added, “We are pleased to be in this wonderful new facility and to have the space necessary to support the growth of our fabrication and professional services teams. We have already begun planning for additional office space to accommodate the hiring of 10 additional people”.

About TerraTherm
TerraTherm, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development and implementation of in situ thermal remediation of source zones and hazardous waste. They design, build and operate projects from concept to closure, using In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD), Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE) and Resistance Heating (RH). Worldwide service is conducted from company headquarters in Gardner, MA, and offices in Bakersfield CA, Denver CO, and Houston TX, as well as licensees including Krüger A/S (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, The Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, and Poland), Provectus Group Ltd (UK), SheGoTec Japan, Inc. (Japan) and Thermal Cleaning Technologies, Inc. (Israel). For more information, please visit www.terratherm.com.

Media Contact: Michelle Johnson (mjohnson@terratherm.com)