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EDR now offers historical aerial photo coverage for any site in the United States. The company, a national provider of current and historical property environmental risk data, owns one of the nation’s largest collections of aerial photography but coverage sometimes was limited to metropolitan areas. EDR now offers this nationwide coverage by supplementing its existing public and private collections with photos from the United States Geological Survey. Researched as part of a Phase I environmental site assessment, historical aerial photos and other historical sources such as Sanborn® Maps, color historical topographic maps and city directories, can provide such detail as a property’s former name and past land use. Environmental consultants can use the information to determine if a site’s past uses may have impacted its current environmental health. For more information, visit www.edrnet.com.
Godwin Pumps has relocated its Houston area rental branch office from its Deer Park location to a 10,000-square-foot facility to 2727 Appelt Drive, Houston. The facility will become the company’s regional hub for the Southwest. It also allows Godwin to offer more equipment closer to the sites of service. Call (281) 864-9200.
ITT Industries, Inc. has acquired the assets of PCI Membranes from Thames Water. The PCI Membrane products complement ITT Industries Fluid Technology’s pumps, mixers, aeration equipment and wastewater process systems, and will provide expansion opportunities for ITT Industries’ Sanitaire in the growing filtration and disinfection segments. PCI adds chlorination disinfection technology to the group through its Portacel division located in Winchester, England. PCI’s membrane technology and expertise will be leveraged within Sanitaire to develop both Membrane Bio-Reactor and secondary effluent filtration products. Visit www.itt.com, www.sanitaire.com or call (414) 365-2200.
Scott Specialty Gases has signed a five-year agreement with Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. (HTSI), to provide protocol gases to calibrate continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMs) that Honeywell is installing underground in Boston’s new “Big Dig” expressway project. The contract also calls for Scott to supply 24 automatic changeover manifold systems that will help automate the CEMs’ calibration process. The protocol gases and equipment will be part of the Central Artery’s Integrated Project Control System (IPCS), the nation’s largest and most sophisticated system for monitoring traffic, collisions, car fires and general air quality. HTSI was awarded a contract in 1999 to build and maintain Boston’s IPCS. Visit www.scottgas.com or contact Robert Davis at (215) 766-8861.