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Gulf Coast Environmental Systems is excited to welcome Mr. Mike Hornsby. Mr. Hornsby is a Controls Engineer and PLC Programmer, who recently moved from Indiana, to join our control panel team, with his wife, Tina. With nearly twenty-five-years of experience, he has worked in facilities across the globe, from Canada to Vietnam, and GCES is thrilled to have him onboard.
Mr. Hornsby received his BS in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from Purdue University in 1996, and has since worked with some of the biggest names in the business, from Johnson controls to Maxon Corporation. He started working with PLCs and interpretation in 2000, after a friend of his introduced him to it. He prides himself on staying up to date on any changes in the field, including NFPA updates. Mr. Hornsby says he is drawn to this field because “things are never the same, there are always new things to do and learn.” [Read more…]
We have all seen the industry outlook articles, claiming to name the upcoming industry leaders and trends for this year. You might notice these articles list completely irrelevant “trends” and a number of companies that paid to be called “up and coming,” Gulf Coast Environmental Systems has been recognized as an industry leader for nearly two-decades. We work in some of the most challenging environments on the planet, with some of the harshest pollutants. Because of this, we have a constant pulse on the pollution control field.
With 2020 upon us, we sat down with a few of our in-house experts and put together a list of trends and changes the industry should expect this year.
The most obvious issue facing nearly every industrial facility is the public focus on pollution and climate change. In 2019, we were presented with study after study proving a connection between pollution and serious human health risks, and even death. With 24-hour access to these studies, and widespread social media use, the general public is starting to raise their voice in protest, and demanding government action. This, in combination with increased urbanization in previously underdeveloped areas, the regulatory agencies of the world have started to demand more stringent destruction requirements.
Most of the trends we expect to see in 2020 are related to the pressure that these regulatory industries are facing, regarding specific applications and/or emissions. Below are the “hot topics” for 2020: [Read more…]
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint this Halloween!
There is no question that our planet is suffering, because of human beings, and the lifestyles we have. Plastic pollution and emissions control have been front page news, for a while now, insisting that our planet will not survive much longer, at the pace we are going.
Holidays are a time for celebration, fun, family, and often… waste. Halloween is a fun time for adults and children, alike. We at Gulf Coast Environmental Systems love this time of year, and the festivities that come with it. Please implement this quick list of ideas on how you ghouls and goblins can reduce your carbon footprint, this year. [Read more…]
Gulf Coast Environmental Systems provides custom designed pollution control solutions to dozens of industries. Our team can often be found at industry specific trade shows and events, around the world. Fall 2019 is shaping up to be a busy season for them… if you are attending any of these shows, and would like to meet with one of our pollution control experts, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 832.476.9024 to speak with GCES’ Director of Business Development, Ms. Corina Sheridan. [Read more…]