Anheuser-Busch Plant Coating Projects
A client turned advocate due to our epoxies proven performance
Anheuser-Bush has been an advocate for Warren Environmental’s epoxy products since our inception in 1996. Before Danny Warren began Warren Environmental, Anheuser-Busch contracted Danny to serve as their head painter in their Merrimack plant.
He performed all of their industrial painting throughout the 80s and also led their Busch 2000 program. The goal of the program was to develop a non-toxic coating for the breweries. They decided to stop the program when they realized no existing technology was capable of spraying the epoxy formula Danny invented. Danny negotiated terms to work longer for the brewery if they allowed him to keep his research. They agreed and that is how Warren Environmental’s proprietary blends of epoxy coating were developed.
Since then, Warren has maintained a strong relationship with Anheuser-Busch, coating their wastewater digesters, clarifiers, manholes, tanks, and other structures at their facilities in Georgia, New York, and Massachusetts. Our coating products provide them long-term corrosion protection, peace of mind, and significantly lower maintenance costs within their facilities.
In 1996, A&W Maintenance demonstrated the Warren Environmental coating system, 301, to Anheuser-Busch. The product was used in our most aggressive environments for chemical attack and abrasion. The work performed was on pump-back systems and structural support steel in the stock house cellars. Typical epoxy coatings in stock-house cellars have an expected life of 18 to 24 months. The Warren Environmental epoxy system has survived seven years and is still in very good condition.