Energy & Renewables Companies in Connecticut

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TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)

Office in Stamford, CONNECTICUT (USA)

For metals, plastics, paper or wood - TOMRA Sorting Solutions (TITECH) is a leading provider of sensor-based sorting systems, established in the market with hundreds of recycling applications. To date, we count more than 4,400 sorting systems working successfully in 50 countries. Whatever you want to sort: Our know-how helps you to implement individual recycling ...

Griffin Dewatering

Office in Bolton, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Griffin Has provided service and equipment to the construction dewatering and groundwater pumping market since 1934. For over 75 years Griffin has gained the respect of our customers by applying all the right solutions to their groundwater problems on projects both large and small. The key to Griffin’s success has been the combination of engineering staff, field personnel ...

Buck Scientific Inc

based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Buck Scientific offers a wide variety of new analytical instruments and supplies. We have established a reputation for affordable products with excellent analytical capabilities. Buck Scientific, Inc. has more than 10,000 satisfied instrument users in over 40 countries. We support a wide variety of customers in the industrial, environmental, quality control, mining, ...

The Spencer Turbine Company

based in Windsor, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Since 1892, The Spencer Turbine Company has applied a unique Engineering Edge to create innovative solutions for air and gas handling problems. Today, the world faces extreme challenges in the areas of energy and the environment. We call these issues E2 and are addressing them with our own E2 combination of Engineering and Experience. Spencer has a unique capability for ...

Gardner Denver Nash

Office in Trumbull, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Gardner Denver Nash was created in September 2004, when Gardner Denver acquired nash_elmo Industries, which resulted from the 2002 merger of The Nash Engineering Company, USA, and elmo vacuum technology GmbH, Germany, formerly a Siemens subsidiary. The combining of Nash, the leader in liquid ring vacuum pumps, with elmo, the leader in side channel blowers, created ...

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