TurboSonic wins US$2.3 million order

TurboSonic-cropped.jpgWATERLOO – Clean air tech provider TurboSonic Technologies Inc. signs a US$2.3-million deal with an unidentified European refinery for technology for controlling particulate emissions. Part of the refinery’s upgrade of its physical plant, the air pollution technology “will facilitate the production of low-sulfur fuels in response to environmental legislation,” according to TurboSonic. “We are very encouraged to see a continued demand for our ‘green’ technologies,” says CEO Edward Spink. “We have developed a highly effective customer-focused approach that leads to innovative, cost effective solutions. We believe that we will continue to grow based on this approach, the quality of our technologies, and demand resulting from an increasing environmental conscience.” The company expects to deliver the system within its 2010 fiscal year.

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