Gulf Coast Environmental Systems is continuing to grow, and is looking to add to our team of industrial air pollution control experts! Located in Conroe, TX, GCES has been in business for nearly 15-years, and continues to steadily grow. We contribute our success to our long term employees, and an environment that promotes team work, collaboration, and professional development. [Read more…]
We are going DARK!
Gulf Coast Environmental Systems will be participating in Earth Hour 2019. This is an event organized by the World Wildlife Foundation, that encourages participants to turn their non-essential lights off for an entire hour, at 8:30pm your time, on Saturday, March 30th, 2019. The goal of this global initiative is to speak up for the rivers, forests, animals, oceans, and all parts of the planet, in the crucial fight against climate change.
This is an incredibly important initiative for GCES; as pollution control equipment providers, we are passionate about our planet, and are proud to design and manufacture equipment that fights climate change causing air pollution.
Our mission statement:
“For the environment, and the economy, we are inspired to develop innovative solutions, to better the lives of our employees, customers, and communities.”
We encourage all of our team members, partners, clients, and followers to join us this Saturday, as we go dark. Our goal is to encourage the climate action conversation, and inspire those around us to take action to protect our planet.
You cannot turn on a computer or television, without seeing a story about climate change. Our planet is being choked by man-made emissions, and experts spend countless hours and dollars researching ways to reduce this plague, that we continue to bring upon ourselves. Changes have already been made in many industries, with hybrid vehicles, solar powered homes, and products made of recycled goods becoming ever more popular. But there are still huge questions when it comes to manufacturing and industrial fields. Nuclear power plants, steel companies, waste management facilities, coal mines… all industries that have come under fire in recent years, for producing dangerous emissions. The majority of recommendations to reduce these emissions involve cutting back on production, which could potentially have massive economic repercussions. But here is the thing, there is a simple solution, that has existed for decades. [Read more…]
The Conroe Noon Lions Club again sponsored the Outstanding Youth Contest Scholarship Program for 2018.
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place contestants each received $1,000 scholarships.
Contestants were evaluated on a 750-1,000 word essay, personal biographical information statement, community service, experience/participation leadership information, three letters of recommendation, high school grade point average, and a personal interview.
The 1st place contestant has the opportunity to represent the Conroe Noon Lions Club at the Lions District 2-S2 Outstanding Youth Contest and will receive an additional $1,000 scholarship by representing the club at the Lions District Contest.
Co-Chairmen Rick Camp & Jay Swoboda (GCES VP of Operations)
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…]