"This alliance is an excellent opportunity for EEC to provide cost-effective urea solutions to a large number of prospective new customers as well as to our existing clients. We believe our penetration into the rapidly growing NOx control market, particularly in the substantial SNCR segment, is significantly enhanced by this new alliance," said John L. Sams, EEC's president and CEO. "Furthermore, this alliance represents a substantial growth opportunity for our Engineered Products Business Unit."
The J. May Equipment Group technology involves a highly efficient and rapid mixing system that converts dry materials into process solutions. The mixing technology has been widely used in the agricultural and chemical industries where large quantities of dry materials are mixed to form process solutions.
SNCRs use liquid urea in the combustion process to control NOx emissions from boilers in power generation and mill production. The urea solution is injected into the furnace and reacts with the NOx to form harmless nitrogen and water. This process effectively reduces the NOx emissions associated with global warming."The alliance is direct result of the outstanding success of our patented AOD™ technology and our leading position in the growing NOx control business. With nearly 27,000 megawatts under contract, our AOD product is recognized as the proven, cost-effective means for eliminating the risk and potential liabilities of storing ammonia," said John L. Sams, EEC's president and CEO. EEC's AOD™ technology enables immediate conversion of non-toxic urea, a solid chemical commonly found in fertilizer, into ammonia, a necessary component in the reduction of nitrogen oxide emissions. The patented AOD™ system eliminates significant safety issues concerning the storage and transportation requirements associated with other forms of toxic ammonia.
Environmental Elements Corporation, a leading provider of air pollution control services, technology and equipment in North America for over 50 years, provides services, technology and equipment which enable a broad range of customers in the power generation, pulp and paper, waste-to-energy, rock products, metals and petrochemical industries worldwide to operate their facilities in compliance with particulate and gaseous emissions standards.
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