The Co.s, Inc.s, Corp.s, Ltd.s, and LLCs of pollution industries.Anox AB
, Providence, R.I., and Kaldnes Miljoteknologi AS
will combine their names to become AnoxKaldnes, which will complete a merger of the companies made in 2002. The name change officially took effect on June 3. The change represents the final step toward integrating the companies and presenting a united front to the marketplace. The company will continue to focus on its Kaldnes Moving Bed™ Biofilm Reactor process, the HYBAS™ system, as well as on continued research and development of different biofilm carriers, including Natrix™ media and the Biofilm Chip™. See www.anoxkaldnes.com
.Babcock & Wilcox Co.
(B&W), Barberton, Ohio, has completed work with American Electric Power (AEP) for low NOX
combustion systems at the utility's Rockport, Ind., plant. B&W's scope included 98 low NOX
DRB-4ZTM burners and 19 dual-zone overfire air ports for two 1300 MW coal-fired units. The system will reduce NOX
emissions by about 40 percent from baseline emission levels. Both units fire a blend of western sub-bituminous and eastern bituminous coals. See www.babcock.com
.Dakota Software Corp.
, Rochester, N.Y., has released Tracer for Incidents and Accidents (Tracer I/A), a software solution for minimizing the human and financial toll of workplace injuries. Tracer I/A instantly highlights plants with the highest injury rate, injury types and number of missed workdays. The software's parametric filtering allows analysis of current or historical data to detect problems and trends and perform metrics for safety management planning. Tracer's Smart Form allows for recording and submitting OSHA 300 Log Reports. Tracer Alerts, which work with any e-mail system, track deadlines. The program provides a password system and security rights setting for confidentiality. Visit www.dakotasoft.com
.Gas Technology Products LLC
(GTP), Schaumburg, Ill., announced the purchase of the company's Lo-Cat® technology by JFE Engineering (JFE), Yokohama, Japan for JFE's new gasification plants in Kurashiki, Tokushima and Isahaya. The Japanese company selected the sulfur removal technology because of GTP's experience in waste gasification plants and proprietary mobile bed-absorber contactor. See www.gtp-merichem.com
, Atlanta, recently signed a definitive agreement to acquire BHA Group (BHAG) Holdings Inc. Upon consummation of the transaction, BHAG will become a wholly owned subsidiary of GE. BHAG operates in 11 countries, supplying parts, services and engineered upgrades to reduce particulate matter emissions for power generation and industrial applications, as well as ePTFE membrane products for use in industrial and consumer products. Following closing of the acquisition, BHAG will be integrated with GE's portfolio of environmental services. Contact Dennis Murphy, (678) 844-6948 or firstname.lastname@example.orgMet-Pro Corp.
, Harleysville, Pa., has launched new web-based ePump-Flo software that promises to ease the pump selection process for customers. The program features a search engine to select pumps that meet user-specific performance criteria. Customers can then select the best pump for their application based on size, efficiency and NPSHr. Pump curves and performance data can then be accessed for evaluation purposes. Visit www.met-pro.com
- The company has recently introduced 57 new models to its line of pressure blowers capable of generating pressures up to 125 inches wg with flows from 100 to 15000 cfm.Orin Remediation Technologies
- The company has moved to a new location. Its new address and phone number are 4908 Meinders Road McFarland, Wis. 53558, phone (608) 838-6699 fax (608) 838-6695. See its website at www.orinrt.com
for more information.