Composite and carbon fiber manufacturing processes can negatively impact the environment and company profit margins if careful consideration is not given to emission control during the production of these materials. Recent developments in air pollution abatement technologies have not only improved destruction capabilities but also allowed producers to reduce operating costs and improve uptime.
- What are the primary air pollution control technologies used in this industry?
- What technology features should companies consider for air pollution compliance?
- Which operating cost reduction strategies to consider for various process conditions?
Vice President; Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.
Rich holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters of Business Administration. He has authored numerous technical articles and white papers for magazines such as Air & Waste Management, Panel World, Paper Age, Ethanol Producer, Chemical Equipment and Electric Power Research Institute. In addition, Mr. Grzanka has served as a member of several industry associations and presented numerous times on various air pollution control topics. His current responsibilities include sales and distribution of the company's products internationally while managing the company's efforts in the Carbon Fiber Industry.