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Anguil Environmental Systems

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8855 North 55th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53223
About Anguil Environmental Systems
  • Anguil Environmental offers a complete range of air pollution control and water treatment technologies for manufacturing operations. On vapor combustion applications, the company supplies thermal and catalytic oxidizers as well as emission concentrators to abate Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) and odorous emissions. Additional capabilities include turnkey installation services, energy recovery systems, equipment retrofits, refurbished equipment, and preventive maintenance packages.

    On the water side, Anguil Aqua provides turnkey water treatment systems for industrial and remediation applications that target Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) including emulsified oils/grease, light organics, GRO and DRO range organics, chlorinated and halogenated solvents, inorganics metals, deposit and scale control, suspended solids removal (TSS).

    The company is uniquely capable of supplying integrated air and water treatment solutions.
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