New Trends in Industrial Pollution Control

If you have both air and water pollution control needs, how do you know that your treatment approach is optimizing performance and operating costs? As you undertake pollution abatement projects, how can you really be sure that you’re protected against creeping project costs, missing compliance requirements, and project management headaches?

An integrated approach to industrial air and water pollution abatement is gaining traction as an optimal solution, with many benefits including one point of contact, reduced project administration and a holistic solution. However, finding and leveraging a provider with sufficient expertise across both sectors is challenging, if not nearly impossible.

This discussion will examine industrial pollution control trends through the lens of a single source air and water solutions provider, offering insight into avoiding abatement project pitfalls and how an integrated approach can save you time, money, and hassles.

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Michael Munnagle
Director, Business Development, Industrial Water & Remediation
Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.

Michael Munnagle oversees the Industrial Water Treatment and Remediation business units at Anguil Environmental. He has helped Anguil expand their systems capabilities and offerings over the last two and half years. Before joining Anguil, he was a partner in a firm that brought patented water treatment technology from bench-top to commercial-scale. Prior to those efforts, Mike spent many years in software and Software as a Service (SAAS) in sales and sales management roles. Mike graduated with a BS from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire.

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