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Improving Indoor Air Quality with Air Pollution Solutions

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has been identified by the EPA as one of the top five most critical environmental risks to public health. It is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that most Americans spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Those employed in office jobs spend approximately 40 hours […]

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Reasons to Choose Ultra-High Efficiency Filter Systems (UHF®)

Air filtration systems have become an essential element in the modern industrial workplace. Not only are they necessary for regulatory compliance, they offer a host of advantages in keeping the work environment healthy, productive, and profitable. Most importantly, air filtration systems protect the health and well-being of employees and other people who spend time in […]

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Effective and Affordable Air Pollution Control

Awareness of the impact airborne contaminants have on human health and the environment has led to a multitude of regulations in today’s industrial workplace. In order to maintain regulatory compliance, businesses are in need of effective and affordable air pollution control solutions. Unfortunately, most business owners and facility managers do not fully understand what measures […]

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Acid Gas Removal

When the efficient and effective removal of acid gas is required, APC offers the full range of solutions to address specific application needs. Applications that require acid gas removal systems include industrial boilers, chemical plants, medical and hazardous waste incinerators, sludge incinerators, industrial furnaces, aluminum remelt furnaces, biomass furnaces, kilns, metals finishing, foundries, mining, certain […]

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Mercury Emissions Removal – Your Qualified Partner

Mercury exposure poses a well-documented threat to human health as a neurotoxin. Since mercury is a naturally occurring element in the earth’s crust, certain processes such as mining and combustion of fossil fuel cause mercury to spread and contaminant air, water, and soil. According to the EPA, in 1990, the three largest producers of U.S. […]

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99% Emission Control Efficiency for Textile Plant

In order to meet EPA compliance requirements, a global supplier of textiles needed a solution for controlling emissions of oil mist and fine particulate in their U.S. plant. The company supplies textiles for automotive interiors, which are manufactured using large, coated sheets of fabric in tenter frame ovens. The exhaust from the tenter frames were […]

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Air Pollution Control Systems – A Custom Approach

Air pollution control can be a complicated matter. In a given industrial workplace, a wide range of processes, contaminants and exhaust conditions can be involved. Adding to the complexity is that often different air pollution control technologies (e.g., activated carbon adsorber, oxidizer, etc.) can be used to remove the target contaminant(s). Third, local and federal […]

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Ultra-High Efficiency Filter Systems for Oil and Other Condensed Fume Emissions

Tackle Oil and Mist Emissions with up to 99% Efficiency When an effective solution is required for the control of oil mist, condensed hydrocarbon fumes, aerosols, overspray, and other condensed fumes including exhaust gas streams with submicron sized droplets, APC Technologies offers ultra-high efficiency filter systems to cost-effectively meet needs in a wide range of […]

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Improving Indoor Air Quality at Manufacturing Plants

Indoor air quality at manufacturing plants has become an increasingly important topic over recent decades, involving regulatory, worker productivity and retention, and health concerns. Commonly, poor indoor air quality in manufacturing plants originates from production process emissions. Either the production equipment emissions are not controlled at all (i.e., no exhaust system), or the existing exhaust […]

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Mercury Emissions Control and Removal from Gas Streams

Mercury emissions can result from a wide range of sources and are drawing increasing attention from federal and state regulators. Mercury is a neurotoxin, and according to the World Health Organization, exposure to even small amounts of mercury can cause serious health problems. Excluding large power plants, sources of airborne mercury emissions include: Wastewater treatment […]

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