Enviro-Equipment, Inc (EEI), a leading manufacturer of UL listed control panels and specialized environmental remediation equipment, announces today the addition of Carbon Change Out Services and Bulk Granulated Activated Carbon Sales.
Due to increasing demand for laser particle counter rentals for indoor air contamination investigation and monitoring, Enviro-Equipment, Inc. adds the TSI AeroTrak 9306-V2 to its inventory. The instrument complies with all requirements of ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 21501-4.
Due to increasing demand for infrared camera rentals for residential energy auditing and building diagnostics, Enviro-Equipment, Inc. adds the Testo 875-2i Infrared Camera to its inventory. The camera exceeds BPI/RESNET performance requirements for thermal imagers.
Enviro-Equipment, Inc., a leading supplier of environmental sampling equipment and supplies, held a free training seminar at their lab in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, March 19, 2011. Sponsored by the Carolinas Section of The Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG) to provide educational opportunities for its members, the program was presented to environmental professionals from major consulting companies, as well as Geology students from local universities.
OxyGreen Corporation, an engineering technology company and Enviro-Equipment, Inc (EEI), a provider of environmental monitoring instruments and remediation rental equipment, announced today the completion of laboratory testing of OxyGreen Corporation's patented oxygen generating cell.
Enviro-Equipment, Inc, a provider of environmental monitoring instruments, and remediation rental equipment, and OxyGreen Corporation, an engineering technology company, announced today the completion of the next generation of OxyGreen Corporation's patented oxygen generating cell prototype.
OxyGreen Corporation, an engineering technology company producing U.S. patented groundwater remediation products and Enviro-Equipment, Inc, a manufacturer of UL certified control panels and specialized environmental remediation equipment announce today an exclusive agreement for commercial manufacturing of OxyGreen cells and control panels.
Enviro-Equipment, Inc., (EEI) a manufacturer of new and refurbished\used remediation equipment control panels, recently announced that its control panel shop received UL 508A and UL 698A certification from Met Labs. The two certifications allow the company to build custom panels to whatever specification customers want – and certify to UL standards that they're safe from electrical shock and fire hazard.
In 2007 EnviroEquipment Inc. (EEI) continued to invest in its community by donating equipment to a local EEI customer who volunteered to teach at a National Safety Council Training Event held in Charlotte. In 2008, EEI is getting more involved by donating environmental rental equipment to the National Safety Council itself for training purposes.
EEI recently attended two national events that took them from coast to coast. In September, we exhibited at the 50th Annual AEG (Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists) Meeting and Conference in Los Angeles, CA and in October we exhibited at The Florida Remediation Conference in Orlando, FL.
In 1997, Enviro-Equipment realized the growth potential the Internet had for its business. In 2007, EEI once again is embracing technology to keep that growth going by launching the Enviro-Equipment Corporate Blog.
In June of 2005, EEI hired Danielle Mozingo to serve as their Administrative Assistant. During the last 2 years, Danielle has proven herself time and again with a performance that affects not only the bottom line of the company but the quality of its customer service. In July of 2007, Danielle was promoted to Office Manager at Enviro-Equipment Inc.
S & ME's Mike Garrett Instructs Industrial Hygiene Class with Environmental Rental Equipment Donated by Enviro-Equipment
Mike Garrett, CIH, of S&ME volunteered to teach a full-day program on Industrial Hygiene at the Advanced MESH (Manager of Environmental Safety and Health) training program held in Charlotte during June 2007. Sponsored by the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina, the North Carolina Department of Labor, and the North Carolina State University-Industrial Extension Service, the program was presented to 20+ environmental and safety professionals, representing a wide range of industries throughout North Carolina. Those in attendance had already earned their MESH Certificates and were advancing to more complex topics.