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AVANTech Technology Development

AVANTech, Inc. has developed and deployed a process for the continuous removal of hexavalent chromium removal from groundwater. AVANTech’s integrated system efficiently removes CR-VI and CR-III while producing dewatered waste that meets TCLP and municipal landfill requirements. This system has been deployed with success at a government facility. AVANTech personnel are available to train and...

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New CCS System Proven to Efficiently Treat Fine and Submicron Particulate, Simultaneously with Gases
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New CCS System Proven to Efficiently Treat Fine and Submicron Particulate, Simultaneously with Gases

System is seen as the first technology to achieve high removal efficiencies operating at the flow volumes typical for large diesel engines. July 11, 2007 Owosso, MI Tri-Mer Corporation, developer of CCS ( Cloud Chamber System") technology, recently teamed with U.S. air quality authorities on a full-scale demonstration of the CCS against diesel pollution at the train yard in Roseville, CA. The...

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Reliant Energy Completes $10 Million Upgrade of Pollution Control Equipment at Elrama Power Plant

Additional Improvements, New Technology for Monitoring to Further Lower Emissions PITTSBURGH, June 6 // -- Reliant Energy announced today that it has completed installation and placed in service the final module of upgrades to the flue gas desulfurization system (scrubber) at its Elrama Power Plant. The plant, located in Elizabeth, Pa., about 25 miles southwest of Pittsburgh, is a 465 megawatt,...

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GE Energy's Filtration Technology Receives Ecomagination Certification

NEW DELHI, INDIA -February 27, 2007-GE Energy's PulsePleat® filtration technology has received ecomagination certification after completing the company's rigorous environmental and operational evaluation. It was cited as one of a number of successful GE projects during the formal launch of GE's ecomagination program in New Delhi, India. Ecomagination is GE's commitment to address challenges...

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CMAA Crane Buyer's Guide
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CMAA Crane Buyer's Guide

CMAA has organized this Buyer's Guide to promote standardization and to assist prospective buyer's of electric overhead traveling cranes in selection of equipment most suitable for their applications.

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Coating Company Reduces Emissions and Operating Costs
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Coating Company Reduces Emissions and Operating Costs

The Coated Products Division of Brady Corporation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has purchased its' third oxidizer system from Anguil Environmental Systems, also a Milwaukee based company. Brady Corp. has long been committed to pollution prevention and emission reduction programs but the coating facility has implemented a new initiative, energy-efficient emission control. By teaming with Anguil, a...

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The Babcock & Wilcox Company Signs Licensing Agreement with AEP Subsidiary for Emissions Technology

BARBERTON, Ohio, October 12, 2006 - The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W) has signed a licensing agreement with AEP ProServ, Inc., a subsidiary of American Electric Power (AEP), for AEP's sulfur trioxide (SO3) mitigation technology designed to reduce stack emissions from coal-fired power plants. The nonexclusive agreement allows B&W to sell, engineer, design, manufacture, construct, start up and...

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The Babcock & Wilcox Company to Supply Texas Plants with Eight Supercritical Boilers and Environmental Equipment

BARBERTON, Ohio, June 8, 2006 - The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W), a subsidiary of McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE:MDR), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to supply eight identical supercritical coal-fired boilers and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems as part of TXU's solid-fuel power generation program in Texas. The expected revenue from the full release of all...

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PSEG Awards Emission Control Contract to Siemens Power Generation's Wheelabrator Division

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 2, 2006 - Wheelabrator Air Pollution Control Inc., a division of Siemens Power Generation, has been awarded a contract by PSEG Power Connecticut LLC to provide a multi-pollutant control system for Bridgeport Harbor Generating Station, Unit 3, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The contract has been assumed by Shaw Stone & Webster, a unit of The Shaw Group Inc., who has the...

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Fourth Time's A First - JWC Environmental Proves its Ingenuity Once Again as 2006 Winner
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Fourth Time's A First - JWC Environmental Proves its Ingenuity Once Again as 2006 Winner

COSTA MESA, CA - July 2006 - JWC Environmental previously demonstrated their industry excellence by winning the WEF Innovative Technology Award in 1997 for the revolutionary Auger Monster® screen - then four years later in 2001, the company's visionary engineers produced another winner with the Screenings Washer Monster® ; and again in 2003 with the Honey Monster(TM) Septage Receiving...

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Dual-Stage System produces reusable water from wastewater.
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Dual-Stage System produces reusable water from wastewater.

Membrane Bio Reactor combines diffused aeration and biological treatment with membrane filtration to produce reusable water in 8 hr. After air is added to incoming effluent, bacteria reduce organic content. Stage 2 filters water through membranes resembling rows of straws with microscopic pores that draw clear liquid into them while keeping solids out. System can be operated automatically from...

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