Pelham, Alabama (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
ProcessBarron will exhibit its air, ash, and fuel handling solutions for the waste-to-energy industry at the Solid Waste Association of North America’s North American Waste-to-Energy Conference (NAWTEC), May 7–9, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, Virginia.
Joe Waite and Mike Barry of ProcessBarron will be at Booth #1018 throughout the conference to discuss how the company’s air-handling engineering expertise can be applied to optimize plant air and gas handling, reduce emissions, and improve waste gasification for heat and power. Waite and Barry will also showcase ProcessBarron’s ash handling services, which can boost efforts to re-use waste-to-energy (WTE) ash, as well as its general fuel handling services for prepping waste material and conveying it to a boiler once it reaches a power-generating facility.
NAWTEC is the WTE industry’s premier conference for municipal operational issues and policy, legislative updates, and technology and research initiatives. NAWTEC is co-sponsored by the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) and the Energy Recovery Council (ERC), in partnership with the Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council (WTERT) at Columbia University.
ProcessBarron is dedicated to providing lasting solutions for air, gas, fuel and ash handling systems for a variety of industries. Visit http://www.processbarron.com/ to learn more about ProcessBarron’s total systems approach to process engineering for heavy industry.
ProcessBarron, based in Pelham, Alabama, is a leader in the design, manufacturing, installation, and repair of air, gas, fuel, and ash handling equipment for a variety of heavy industrial applications. Established in 1981, ProcessBarron creates integrated solutions that include all components related to the movement of air, fuel, or other materials. Learn more about ProcessBarron at http://www.processbarron.com.