Alliance Formed to Meet the Increasing Demand for Catalytic Emissions Control on Combined Heat and Power Plants in Denmark
Jul 23 2008 Read 1776 Times
industrial gas engines and combined heat and power (CHP) industry, to further consolidate its presence in the European stationary source
emissions control (SSEC) sector. Ever-tightening legislative controls on transport emissions mean that the relative impact of air pollution
from stationary sources such as chemical plant, industrial processes and heat and power generation applications, is now more significant
Commenting on the new partnership, Tim Benstead, Business Manager for Johnson Matthey`s European SSEC group, said: “This alliance
puts Johnson Matthey in the ideal position to service its customers` growing need for emissions control systems on gas engines in Denmark.
It also follows the introduction of stringent regulations on unburned hydrocarbons (UHC) in 2006 and plans announced earlier this year by
the Danish EPA to implement tougher formaldehyde limits in 2008. “AEA has a long-standing reputation for integrity and engineering
excellence within the Scandinavian market, combined with a flexible approach to business, which complements Johnson Matthey`s business
model,” Mr Benstead said. “This partnership will help bring our emissions control technologies to the Danish CHP market and beyond.”
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