Tetley, Paula A.
February 2009
Pollution Engineering;Feb2009, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses the move of Thermal Engineering Co. in helping its industrial clients to lessen the pollution and meet new air-quality regulations in Santiago, Chile. It states that the firm was able to help a local paper manufacturer comply with appropriate pollution control standards while reducing its dependence on high-cost natural gas for processing. It states that paper plant's pollution control system incorporated a number of innovative technologies to achieve more efficient environmental compliance.


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