June 8, 2012
TurboSonic’s Catalytic Gas Treatment (CGT)™ Technology Achieves Compliance with US EPA Air Pollution Control Regulations
For Immediate Release
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
June 8, 2012
The installation, treating the combined exhaust gases from a particleboard press and dryer to reduce VOC (formaldehyde and methanol) emissions, is the third one at Arauco-USA’s Moncure, NC wood panel production facility. The other installations, treating exhaust gases from a medium density fiberboard (MDF) dryer and MDF press, were previously tested and determined to be in compliance with applicable regulations.
CGT™ technology for these projects was selected over thermal oxidation, the traditional solution for VOC emissions control. CGT™ eliminates the need for the relatively costly combustion of non-renewable natural gas, thus avoiding the associated greenhouse gas emissions of CO2, nitrogen oxides (NOx), and methane.
Edward Spink, TurboSonic CEO, noted, “This is an exciting milestone in our strategic plan aimed at industry requirements for compliance with air pollution control regulations, while capitalizing on technologies offering additional economic advantages. We see this as the next step forward in wider acceptance of CGT™ technology. Due to the similarity of this particleboard process and emissions to the oriented strand board (OSB) process, we believe this will lead to the successful introduction of CGT™ into the large OSB market.”
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TurboSonic Technologies (www.turbosonic.com) designs and markets air pollution control technologies to industrial customers worldwide. Its products help companies in the Cement and Mineral Processing, Ethanol & Biofuels, Metals & Mining, Petrochemicals, Power Generation, Pulp & Paper, Waste Incineration, and Wood Products industries meet the strictest emissions regulations, improve performance and reduce operating costs.
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TurboSonic Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: TSTA – News)
Ed Spink, CEO
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