Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. Launches New Division: Ship & Shore Technologies

The new division spotlights Ship & Shore's recent expansion of pollution and odor control technologies 

Long Beach, CA, April 30, 2019 - Ship & Shore Environmental Inc. (SSE), an environmental products and services company specializing in air pollution solutions, has announced the launch of a new company division called Ship & Shore Technologies (SST). The new group will feature SSE's latest product line expansion of scrubber systems. In addition to the scrubber line, SST will engineer, design, and supply a full range of pollution, particulate removal, and odor control equipment beyond current SSE's current scope.

"The formation of Ship & Shore Technologies stems from several factors, including recent engineering, research, and development activities; an increase of incoming projects; and the confidence we have in our process application knowledge. SST will play a major role in our pursuit of many new industries, such as pharmaceutical, wastewater, and odor control," says Anoosheh Oskouian, President & CEO of Ship & Shore Environmental.

The new business group will be led by the SSE management and technical teams as well as Sam Shojaie, a pollution control veteran with unparalleled scrubber technology expertise. Shojaie will be responsible for integrating a range of new solutions into the SST product line, including biological filters, mist eliminators, quenches, and a full range of scrubber products, such as the ionized wet scrubbers used for simultaneous removal of acid gasses and sub-micron particulates.

Some of SST's most prominent new scrubber applications will include the following technologies:

  • Wet Scrubbers To remove multiple pollutants present in an air stream containing gases, liquids, or solid particulates, SST's wet scrubber solution is typically used as the air pollution control device, providing optimal effectiveness even for complex control situations.
  • Chemical Scrubbing Odor control treatment applications could be conducted in 1, 2, of 3 different stages, allowing SST chemical scrubber systems to reach a removal efficiency of 99.9% or higher.
  • Venturi Scrubber With compact design and the ability to process corrosive gas streams at minimum maintenance costs, venturi scrubbers are frequently selected for hazardous emission control applications. SST can offer non-wetted or wetted venturi scrubber designs
  • Emergency Chlorine Scrubber Equipped with components needed for dependable operation and obtaining the highest performance required by regulatory agencies, Chlorine scrubber systems are an economically feasible solution for our customers.

"The addition of these new products to Ship & Shore Technologies creates an exceptional opportunity to serve our customers with greater breadth, precision, and value than ever before as true solution providers," said Shojaie.

SST already has several projects underway, including serving customers from pharmaceutical and biogas companies. The new division's first equipment installation is scheduled for Summer 2019.

About Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.

Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.is a Long Beach, California-based, woman-owned, certified business specializing in air pollution capture and control systems for industrial applications. Ship & Shore helps major manufacturers meet Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) abatement challenges by providing customized, energy-efficient air pollution abatement systems for various industries, resulting in improved operational efficiency and tailored "green" solutions. Since 2000, Ship & Shore has been prepared to handle and advise on the full spectrum of environmental needs with its complete array of engineering and manufacturing capabilities and global offices around the U.S., Canada, Europe, Middle East, and China. The Ship & Shore Technical Engineering Team has custom designed tailored solutions for clients throughout the world. For more information, visit www.shipandshore.com.

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