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AWT SUBSIDIARY INTRODUCES COMPACT, COST-EFFECTIVE VOC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SMALL APPLICATIONS

 AWT SUBSIDIARY INTRODUCES COMPACT, COST-EFFECTIVE
 VOC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SMALL APPLICATIONS
 BRANCHBURG, N.J., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- REECO, a Research- Cottrell company and a subsidiary of Air & Water Technologies (AMEX: AWT), has introduced the new UNITHERM system. UNITHERM is a revolutionary development in RE-THERM technology for cost-effective control of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), air toxics, and odors.
 The UNITHERM regenerative thermal oxidizer provides as high as 99+ percent destruction efficiency and up to 95 percent energy recovery efficiency. This compact, skid-mounted system destroys airborne pollutants as effectively as REECO's larger units, but it is specially designed for exhaust streams ranging from 2,000 to 10,000 standard cubic feet per minute.
 Streamlined design and unibody construction make UNITHERM cost-competitive with catalytic and recuperative oxidation technologies for applications within the 2,000 to 10,000 scfm range. Because UNITHERM is built and tested in-house, the unit is delivered and ready for startup within a significantly shorter timeframe.
 "UNITHERM is REECO's response to customer demand for cost- effective, ready-to-deliver air pollution control equipment," said George Mammola, general manager of REECO. "Our research and development team had flexibility in mind when it designed this lightweight, space-saving unit. UNITHERM offers excellent energy recapture capability and low-maintenance operation -- the hallmarks of the REECO product line."
 UNITHERM is designed for use in printing, coating, chemical processing, converting, automotive spray painting, and other industries facing increasing regulatory pressure to reduce VOCs and air toxics released into the atmosphere.
 The subsidiaries of Research-Cottrell -- Air Pollution Control Division, Custodis, Ecodyne Cooling Tower Services, Flex-Kleen, KVB/Analect, R-C Environmental Services & Technologies, R-C Europe, and REECO -- provide the expertise, technology and services to comprehensively solve any air or thermal pollution problem. Air & Water Technologies, through its operating units -- Metcalf & Eddy, Research-Cottrell, and Residuals Management -- provides a broad range of environmental services and technologies in the areas of water resource management, air pollution control, and waste by-product disposal and reuse. The company's AWT Capital group provides services relating to the financing of environmental facilities and systems.
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 /CONTACT: Lucinda Edmonds of Air & Water Technologies Corporation, 617-245-1484/
 (AWT) CO: Air & Water Technologies ST: New Jersey IN: SU: PDT


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