Freije to create 200 jobs with move t...

Freije to create 200 jobs with move to Greenfield

There are 162 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jan 23, 2008, titled Freije to create 200 jobs with move to Greenfield. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Freije Treatment Systems, an Indianapolis-based water treatment technology developer, announced today its plans to expand its corporate headquarters and product development center to Greenfield, creating more ...

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Mike

Noblesville, IN

#1 Jan 23, 2008
I notice the governor is talking about the Freije expansion, but I don't hear him saying anything about the Harman-Becker closing that will lose 340 jobs for Indiana. In fact, I've never heard him talk about any closings in this state. He must be a one way governor. While it is true that there are companies coming here, and there is development along those lines, what is he doing to try to keep the companies we already have?
Dave

Forest, IN

#4 Jan 23, 2008
All these jobs, and no ICC highway....I'll be darned!!
retired

Perry, MI

#6 Jan 23, 2008
I also looked into this system and for $1400.00 I can buy alot of salt or potassium that will show results. Save your money folks!

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More Politics

Pittsboro, IN

#11 Jan 23, 2008
Once again, Governor Daniels is taking credit for a company's expansion within the State of Indiana. However, it's the same old story when jobs leave the State of Indiana, no responsibility at all.
Larry Logic

Bethlehem, PA

#12 Jan 23, 2008
Dave wrote:
All these jobs, and no ICC highway....I'll be darned!!
Is this the Freije family that had the Father and Sons business?

George?
Alex

Noblesville, IN

#13 Jan 23, 2008
Geist wrote:
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Not the same technology--are you selling water softener salt?
There are alot of fools out there aren't there
flyinghigh

Gilbert, AZ

#14 Jan 23, 2008
Good news. More jobs coming to the area is ALWAYS good, no matter how you look at it. Cant wait to see what the cynics have to say on this one.
Vinyl Lionel

Carmel, IN

#15 Jan 23, 2008
Geist wrote:
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Not the same technology--are you selling water softener salt?
If it is not magnetic technology then what is it? On their website it clearly states it will work with PVC pipes which do not conduct electricity so we know it is not electric.
ryan

Duncan, OK

#16 Jan 23, 2008
More Politics wrote:
Once again, Governor Daniels is taking credit for a company's expansion within the State of Indiana. However, it's the same old story when jobs leave the State of Indiana, no responsibility at all.
This demands repeating.
ryan

Duncan, OK

#17 Jan 23, 2008
flyinghigh wrote:
Good news. More jobs coming to the area is ALWAYS good, no matter how you look at it. Cant wait to see what the cynics have to say on this one.
I found $5 today, right after I had $9 pick-pocketed from me. But only a cynic would find the second part relevant, right?
JBP

Bringhurst, IN

#18 Jan 23, 2008
More Politics wrote:
Once again, Governor Daniels is taking credit for a company's expansion within the State of Indiana. However, it's the same old story when jobs leave the State of Indiana, no responsibility at all.
What do you want him do to, pass a law that no company can go out of business or relocate? Government can't do much for existing businesses other than keep taxes low. When that happens, all we hear from the democrats is "corporate welfare.' You morons are the ones who can't have it both ways.

We finally have a governor who is actively searching for new business and way to expand existing ones. And guess what? It's working. Take a short drive to Michigan as see what do-nothing democrats are accomplishing for their state. Their unemployment rate is DOUBLE Indiana's and taxes are skyrocketing. The only businesses on an upward trend are U-Haul and Ryder Truck Rental servicing people leaving Michigan.
TYRA BANKS

Indianapolis, IN

#19 Jan 23, 2008
196 salespeople and 4 min. wage installers.....but, all kidding aside a job is a job.
Real Job Too

Florence, KY

#20 Jan 23, 2008
flyinghigh wrote:
Good news. More jobs coming to the area is ALWAYS good, no matter how you look at it. Cant wait to see what the cynics have to say on this one.
Don;t have to be a cynic to see that these new jobs wont offset the jobs lost here...http://www.indystar.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20 080123/BUSINESS/80123021
TYRA BANKS

Indianapolis, IN

#21 Jan 23, 2008
Vinyl Lionel wrote:
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If it is not magnetic technology then what is it? On their website it clearly states it will work with PVC pipes which do not conduct electricity so we know it is not electric.
Works like the George Foremen grill or the Ronco veg-a-magite.
Ummm Nope

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Jan 23, 2008
Geist wrote:
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Not the same technology--are you selling water softener salt?
Yes, it is the same technology. The wire wrapped around the water pipe in the Freije system induces an electromagnetic field via the current that flows thru the wire.

Whether created by a permanent magnet or a coil with a current running thru it, it's still a magnetic field. The field has no effect on the ions in the water. And, BTW the deposits aren't minerals. They're CaCO3 and MgCO3, which are salts. These are highly insoluble in hot water, which is why they precipitate out in your water heater or hot water pipes.

You can't change the charge of a ion with a magnetic field. Can't be done.

Learn a little science.

Sorry about typing Purdue. I meant to type Penn State, but had a brain fart right before I hit the "post comment" button. Nonetheless, the findings are still valid.
Ummm Nope

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Jan 23, 2008
AwCrap wrote:
<quoted text> ...hmmm, I have one and I think it works. Shower head does not clog like it used to.
No it doesn't work. You spent a lot of money and WANT it to work. That's called the placebo effect.

Go return the thing and get your money back.
Ummm Nope

Indianapolis, IN

#24 Jan 23, 2008
TYRA BANKS wrote:
196 salespeople and 4 min. wage installers.....but, all kidding aside a job is a job.
They don't install the system. They just take your money and let you install it yourself.

The Hancock County operation will just be a bigger boiler room than the one they have now.
AwCrap

Indianapolis, IN

#25 Jan 23, 2008
Ummm Nope wrote:
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Yes, it is the same technology. The wire wrapped around the water pipe in the Freije system induces an electromagnetic field via the current that flows thru the wire.
Whether created by a permanent magnet or a coil with a current running thru it, it's still a magnetic field. The field has no effect on the ions in the water. And, BTW the deposits aren't minerals. They're CaCO3 and MgCO3, which are salts. These are highly insoluble in hot water, which is why they precipitate out in your water heater or hot water pipes.
You can't change the charge of a ion with a magnetic field. Can't be done.
Learn a little science.
...come back with newer sources next time genius. Your link uses all its sources from the 70's and 80's. I like music from way back then, but not your reconstituted cold diarrhea on a paper plate.

“Try a decaf, Pal”

Since: Mar 07

Indy

#26 Jan 23, 2008
Ummm Nope wrote:
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They don't install the system. They just take your money and let you install it yourself.
The Hancock County operation will just be a bigger boiler room than the one they have now.
Doesn't really matter what you say, it's the customers who are sending the message here and they are saying they want more of these widgets. We can make them/sell them or some dude in Ohio or Mississippi can do it. In my mind the state does the right thing by keeping these jobs here and before Mitch, these announcements were few and far betweeen.

“Try a decaf, Pal”

Since: Mar 07

Indy

#27 Jan 23, 2008
ryan wrote:
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I found $5 today, right after I had $9 pick-pocketed from me. But only a cynic would find the second part relevant, right?
So what have you done to improve your marketability? What role do you have in this? Why is your well being the responsibility of someone else?

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