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Fluid Technology, Inc.

Fluid Technology, Inc, owned by Jack Fontaine & Tom Franklin, has been in business since October of 1998. Now in their 21st year of business, they’ve grown to be a go-to company in their industry to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Fluid Technology, in its simplest form, is an industrial cleaning company, but they aren’t a janitorial company! Their core operations are centered around dredging and dewatering in order to remove solids from wastewater generated by a multitude of different industries. They service many industries, including but not limited to: Pulp & Paper, Pharmaceutical, Food Processing as well as Oil & Gas. They have pioneered and introduced a new treatment process for cuttings from oil and gas drilling that keeps millions of gallons of wastewater from disposal at landfills to help preserve the environment and lower the drilling costs.

Their business takes them from Oxford to all points in North America. One thing that remains a constant, no matter the industry or part of the continent, they’ve met thousands of wonderful and interesting people. With a staff that can fluctuate from 10 to 30 employees depending on the scope of a project, one of the biggest changes they’ve witnessed over the years is the pool of available workers. Not just the shrinking pool, but also the work ethic of those in the pool.

Something that sets Fluid Technology apart from their competition is they want the process to work. Competitors have hired Fluid Technology on occasion because they say that their own people cannot do the work as efficiently as Fluid Technology. They are especially proud to have retained their small company identity and work ethic while still working with some of the largest industrial companies in the country.

Visit them on the web at:


2110 Millville Oxford Road
Hamilton, OH 45056

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  

Phone#: (513) 241-1600




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Miami Savings Bank knows that our business will only be successful if the markets we serve are economically viable. That is why we are dedicated to improving the communities where we live and work. We support our communities by serving on boards, working with cities, educational institutions, individuals, townships, and neighborhood groups. Below are just a few of the organizations where Miami Savings Bank has established a working relationship.

Whitewater Township

Whitewater Township was established in 1803, the same year that Ohio became a State. Our boundaries are defined by Dearborn County, Indiana on the west; Harrison and Crosby Townships to the north; and the Great Miami River on the south and east. The township is comprised of 26.50 square miles or nearly 17,000 acres of land ranging from rolling hills to flat bottom land. Three established communities located within the Township include Miamitown, Hooven, and Elizabethtown. Many families have lived in the township for generations, while others have more recently discovered the benefits the area has to offer.

Our Partnership Relationship with Whitewater Township

City of Harrison

Our Partnership Relationship with City of Harrison

Harrison, Ohio is strategically located on the I-74 corridor in western Hamilton County. With easy access to the Interstate, Greater Cincinnati International Airport and downtown Cincinnati, residents and businesses can take advantage of all the Cincinnati region has to offer. Learn More About City of Harrison

City of Oxford

The City of Oxford is comprised of 6.3 square miles in the northwest corner of Butler County and is home to approximately 22,000 residents. Over 46% of the population is between the age of 20 and 24 due to the approximately 16,000 students at Miami University. The community’s tie to education is further demonstrated by the high educational attainment of its population and its high quality public school district. Learn More About City Of Oxford

Our Partnership Relationship with City of Oxford

Western Economic Council

Our Partnership Relationship with Western Economic Council

The Western Economic Council (WEC) is a non-profit Ohio corporation organized in 1985 by business leaders and interested citizens. Our purpose is to promote high quality and balanced economic development and redevelopment throughout western Hamilton County. For more than twenty-five years, we have worked to stimulate detailed understanding of the challenges our area faces and to encourage community pride and support. Learn More About The Western Economic Council

Harrison Kiwanis

The Harrison Kiwanis was established in 1966 and is located in Harrison, Ohio. The Harrison Kiwanis is a non-denominational organization dedicated to making a difference, one child at a time. All proceeds from fundraising go directly to local organizations.

Our Partnership Relationship with Harrison Kiwanis

Oxford Chamber of Commerce

Our Partnership Relationship with Oxford Chamber of Commerce

The Oxford Chamber of Commerce is a member-focused professional business association. We strive to provide value to our membership and to our community. As a Chamber we provide a platform to market and promote your business, tools to enhance your business operations, networking opportunities to broaden and strengthen your business relationships, and “members only” discounts through affiliate partners. Learn More About The Oxford Chamber of Commerce

Southwest Local School District

The Southwest Local School District is committed to providing the highest quality education for all students and continually meeting the needs of the society it serves. It will develop responsible citizens who recognize the rights and contributions of others, communicate effectively and creatively, and become independent lifelong learners. Learn More About The Southwest Local School District 

Our Partnership Relationship with Southwest Local School District

Talawanda School District

Our Partnership Relationship with Talawanda School District

The Talawanda School District is located in southwest Ohio. The district encompasses 144 square miles, a mostly rural area surrounding the city of Oxford. Miami University is located within the district. The total population is nearly 30,000, and we serve just over 3000 students in the Talawanda school district. Cincinnati is located 30 miles south of our community and Dayton is located approximately 45 miles north of our community.  Learn More About The Talawanda School District

Warby Motorsports

Our Partnership Relationship with Warby Motorsports

Ken Warby "The World’s Fastest Man on Water"
The current World Water Speed Record Holder is Ken Warby (pictured with Miami Savings Bank President Bob Lameier). Learn More About Ken Warby

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