Environmental Elements lands 4 contracts

Maryland Watch

January 08, 1998

Environmental Elements Corp., the Baltimore-based supplier of industrial air pollution control devices, announced yesterday that it has received four contracts, totaling roughly $1.9 million.

The work involves the repair or replacement of existing precipitators, which remove particles and other pollutants from the emissions generated during the manufacturing process.

"By retrofitting the latest state-of-the-art components into older but still operable structures, our customers can remain in compliance with EPA Clean Air Act laws," said E. H. Verdery, chairman and chief executive.

Fort James Corp. ordered the installation of materials to upgrade an existing electrostatic precipitator.

International Paper Co. contracted for the rebuilding of a precipitator at a pulp and paper mill in Vicksburg, Miss.

The third project includes the materials and installation required for a refurbishment of an existing precipitator at Willamette Industries' paper mill in Hawesville, Ky.

Harmac Pacific Inc. ordered environmental upgrades for its pulp mill in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Pub Date: 1/08/98

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