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When considering your next service project, ask yourself these questions…
- Is the company that manufactured your equipment still in business?
Recently, many pollution control equipment manufacturing companies have closed their doors, leaving their customers without a clear service provider. Others have stayed open, but often times, they do not consider service a priority for their business. Here at Gulf Coast Environmental Systems, our service teams’ job really starts once your system is installed and commissioned. From routine PME (preventative maintenance evaluations) to media replacement or system upgrades and retrofits, our team of technicians is ready to keep your system up to specifications and functioning properly. Our USA-based service team and international partners are trained to troubleshoot, maintain and repair our systems and those by other OEMs, whether it be a mechanical, structural, controls, instrumentation or programming issue. [Read more…]
Pollution Control Engineering – National Professional Engineers Week: February 18th through February 24th
Gulf Coast Environmental Systems is proud of the superior team of engineers and pollution control experts that we employ. Not only are they the who’s who of industry experts but they are truly wonderful people who are engaged in their communities, families and of course their careers. With this being National Professional Engineers week there is no better opportunity to introduce a few of our pollution control engineering team members.
Education: Vanderbilt University, Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Mechanical Engineering (ME)
What is your favorite GCES product or service? Our Engineering Services because we are able to make the most positive impact with customers by improving people’s lives both at work and at home. The equipment we design and supply brings it all together making the work we do within our engineering team and services come to fruition.
What is the best part of working at GCES? Being able to bring an idea from paper to operation.
As our Technical Director, Chad Clark, has developed many of our internationally recognized BACT (Best Available Control Technology) air pollution control systems including the breakthrough patent pending Aqueous Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO). Mr. Clark is a graduate of Vanderbilt University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and has spent most of his career in environmental protection engineering. Mr. Clark is a sought after speaker and thermal oxidizer expert who is regularly sought out for this knowledge on air pollution control technologies and remediation best practices. Having recently developed a line of Thermal Oxidizers that can be operated through heat recovery, natural gas or electric, Mr. Clark has once again lead the field in technological development and best practices.
When Mr. Clark is not immersed in work and on the road visiting customers, he enjoys continuing his worldwide travel with his wife of 15 years and 3 beautiful children. He finds it exciting to view different cultures and experiences through a child’s eyes. Mr. Clark believes there can never be too much time on a golf course.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Gulf Coast Environmental Systems (GCES) and what we can do for you. GCES understands the important role environmental engineering plays in today’s marketplace. We would like an opportunity to position ourselves as a trusted resource in helping you evaluate various technologies from an objective position.