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Fuel Tech wins air pollution control contracts

Fuel Tech has been awarded several contracts, worth approximately $2.2 million, to provide air pollution control in the US, China, Chile, Korea and Estonia. Fuel Tech will provide services related to its core competencies of ‘advanced engineering solutions for the optimization of combustion systems and emissions control in utility and industrial applications.’

John F. Norris Jr., President and CEO, said “China is the world’s largest municipal solid waste generator and so we are gratified to be announcing our first NOx control project in this important market segment. As China seeks to increase its rate of solid waste treatment, a large number of NOx reduction initiatives on MSW incinerators should present themselves, including projects with our current customer.”

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