Midwest Energy Emissions Corp., a developer and provider of patented, cost-effective mercury capture systems and technologies, today announced it will be a Partnering Sponsor of the University of North Dakota Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) Air Quality IX Conference. The EERC Air Quality Conference is regarded to be the nation's premier conference on emission control. It will take place October 21-23, 2013, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, VA.
CEO Alan Kelley commented, "We're excited to present the Midwest Energy Emissions story at the Air Quality IX Conference and share why our technology continues to have the strongest value proposition of any mercury capture solution in the market today. Our participation gives us the ability to spend time with clients and many other utilities who are planning around very important mercury emissions regulations, notably MATS (the EPA's Mercury and Air Toxics Standard). This is a critical time for the utility industry to establish fully reliable Mercury-emissions planning."
Select members of the company's executive team will offer conference contributions. CEO Kelley will preside as the Session Chair at the conference in the session ""Hg Control - Sorbent Injection." In this capacity, Kelley will facilitate insightful discussions regarding mercury emission control with other leading industry experts and conference participants. Marc Sylvester, Midwest's Vice President of Sales, will present his own contributions in a session entitled "MATS Compliance Programs for Mercury with Various PM Equipped Units."
Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. is an innovator of cost-effective mercury-capturing technologies for power plants and other large-scale industrial coal-burning units in the United States and Canada. The company offers enables its customers to meet growing demands of the U.S. EPA's restrictions for mercury emissions while experiencing little disruption in their current company operations and equipment.
For more information regarding Midwest Energy Emissions Corp., please visit midwesternmissions.com
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