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ECS Environmental Solutions Acquires KCH Engineered Systems and Heil Engineered Process Equipment

Combined entity focuses on meeting odor and air pollution control needs of both municipal and industrial customers.
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ECS Environmental Solutions, KCH Engineered Systems and Heil Engineered Process Equipment have combined to meet the odor and air pollution control needs of both municipal and industrial customers. ECS designs and manufactures odor control systems for the municipal wastewater market, while KCH and Heil design and manufacture air pollution control systems for industrial markets. The combined organization provides a suite of fiberglass and thermoplastic products, including chemical scrubbers, biological systems, carbon adsorption systems, NSF-certified degasifiers, AMCA-certified exhaust fans and blowers, mist eliminators and corrosion-resistant ducting to meet the challenges of air pollution control needs.

 

 

 

 

 

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