Epsco’s worldwide approach to consultation and engineering project management of air quality, air pollution control, air management issues and undertakings rests on our experience with resolving such issues for utility and industrial clients for more than twenty years.
During that time we have constantly deepened our involvement with and understanding of every aspect of the technology, products, systems and sources that will result in our development of an engineering specification based upon our investigation and testing of a client’s technology in-place and techniques in-practice.
Having provided such services for more than 200 clients in 40 states and on all five contents, both utilities and industrial plant operations, we are both well-skilled and well-practiced to approach every new client from an informed position. We know what issues affect air pollution control systems and their operational performance, and we know how analyze existing systems, review findings, and develop a new specification that calculates and coordinates the matrix of concerns, capabilities and requirements that permeate every aspect of client industries, whether we’re dealing with dust collector technology band mining dust, hcl so2 or helium, carbon or celicote – whetever the air management and emission area of concern, Epsco’s expertise has prepared us to .face and resolve your challenges.
As a result, our recommendations rest on expert and in-depth investigation and assessment, providing detailed reports and project management documents that address every client concern. The resulting reports and specification documents come in on-time, on-target, on-budget, and place our clients on-track to resolve and overcome air pollution control issues and systems performance questions.
From smokestack and electrostatic precipitator performance to mining dust and haydite, fabric filter products to alkylation and everything in-between, Epsco has dealt with every aspect of air management, and applies every lesson learned to every client consultation.