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Nalco Develops Air Pollution Controls

10:22 AM MDT | March 18, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Nalco says it has established a research center that will focus on developing air pollution control technologies for heavy metals, carbon emissions, and acid rain. Researchers at Nalco’s Naperville, IL headquarters and its Mobotec site in Walnut Creek, CA will collaborate to combine Nalco’s heavy metal removal expertise in wastewater treatment, with Nalco Mobotec’s design and combustion programs. The combined efforts will then be adapted to the gas-phase removal of the pollutants, Nalco says. “Nalco’s application, monitoring, and...

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