The nature of the challenges faced by today’s utility and industrial companies and plants ahs never been more diverse or more rapidly changing. Aging technology, new systems and products, regulatory concerns and financial realities all play a part in testing the abilities of companies to operate efficiently, perform effectively, maintain constant and prudent control of costs while meeting the highest possible standards or air pollution control and air quality management.
Which is why so many of those companies – more than 200 of them, in 40 states and on five continents – have turned to Epsco’s consultation and engineering teams over the past 20 years.
Whether relocating electrostatic precipitators for heightened efficiency of operation, providing the ability to supervise a transition from electrostatic precipitators to fabric filters, addressing baghouse, dust collector, air scrubber, hot gas, flue gas, fume issues, wet scrubber issues, and more, Epsco’s proven ability to investigate, analyze, test, monitor, oversee, supervise, and evaluate air pollution control technology and systems is applied within a matrix of understanding and experience that embraces practical and design concerns, engineering challenges and financial realities, operational consideration and regulatory requirements.
It’s quite a matrix, and one we’re proud of – our ongoing relationships with the industries leading vendors, suppliers and sources of equipment, technology, services and systems further ensures that effective project will continue beyond specification and engineering proposals to include acquisition and installation/implementation of the products and devices, refits and upgrades required to accomplish a client’s goals and insure prevention of recurring problems.
A plant or factory is a system, of course, and so is an effective and successful engineering consultation. Which is why Epsco’s consultation and engineering teams approach to entire matrix of issues raised by client concerns, problems, challenges. And which is why we resolve those challenges successfully, efficiently and cost-effectively.