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Pennsylvania DEP Suspends Vapor Recovery Mandate for New Gas Stations

by Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection  (Aug. 15, 2012)

The Department of Environmental Protection today announced it will not enforce a requirement for new gas stations to install costly vapor recovery systems. Current regulations require facilities in southeast and southwest Pennsylvania to maintain vapor recovery systems, which are attached to gas pump nozzles to siphon off fumes while pumping ...

4-Gas anesthetic vapor monitor, from Wilks Enterprise

by Spectro Scientific  (Sep. 5, 2008)

A portable, mid-infrared specific vapor analyzer, designed for easy, on-site measurement of four anesthetic gases, has been introduced by Wilks Enterprise, Inc. The InfraRan 4-Gas Anesthetic Specific Vapor Analyzer provides on-site, real-time measurements of Nitrous Oxide (0-1000 ppm), Desflurane (0-30 ppm), Isoflurane (0-30 ppm), and Sevoflurane ...

Vapor Steam Cleaner From Daimer Released to Dental Offices for Maximum Disinfection

by Daimer Industries Inc.  (Feb. 6, 2013)

Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the nationally and internationally popular American supplier of multi-functional cleaning equipment, including such products as commercial steam cleaner systems, heated carpet steam cleaner machines, versatile floor cleaning machines, multi-use tile and grout cleaning equipment, and many other technologies, is now ...

Daimer Announces Vapor Steam Cleaner Models and Explosive 2012 Sales Growth

by Daimer Industries Inc.  (Feb. 4, 2013)

Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the world's most reputed American brand of steam cleaner machines, including vapor steam cleaner equipment and steam vacuum cleaner systems shipped to practically every corner of the earth, has reported a 134% hike in its 2012's revenue. The 100% American company, which is committed to hiring only U.S. citizens to its ...

Moisture and toxic contamination primary health problems in hurricane recovery

by Aquron Corporation  (Oct. 8, 2008)

Even though the devastation of the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana by hurricanes Ike and Gustav has been pushed out of the national conscience by financial crisis and a hotly contested election, the fact remains that these areas are in dire need of assistance of long term solutions to the lasting effects of wind and water damage. The damage ...

Daimer Releases Compact Carpet Cleaner as a More Effective Solution than Vapor Steam Cleaner Technology for Motels

by Daimer Industries Inc.  (Jan. 10, 2013)

Daimer Industries, Inc.®, a highly-popular American brand offering in excess of 700 models of industrial as well as commercial cleaner systems shipped to over 240 countries, supplying such technologies as portable carpet cleaning equipment, industrial-grade truck mount carpet cleaners, versatile floor cleaning machines, many models of vapor ...

Daimer Debuts Floor Cleaning Machines for Multi-functional Tasks Beyond the Capabilities of Vapor Steam Cleaner Equipment

by Daimer Industries Inc.  (Dec. 24, 2012)

Daimer Industries, Inc.®, a major international supplier of American-produced commercial cleaning systems and products, including multipurpose floor cleaning machines, feature-rich steam cleaners for carpets, and versatile floor steam cleaners, has released its breakthrough multi-functional line of patented floor cleaning machines. The ...

Americover® Supplies to Subcontractors who are in Compliance with American Recovery Act

by Americover  (Oct. 4, 2010)

Escondido, Calif. (Sept. 24, 2010) - Americover®, a leading distributor of specialty American-made polyethylene plastic, supplies to subcontractors complying with American Recovery Act. Due to the Recovery Act, effective Oct 1, 2010, “sub-contractors on new construction contracts funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are ...

EPA proposes criteria to waive federal requirements for capturing gasoline vapors when refueling vehicles/part of obama administration’s initiative to remove burdensome regulations

by US EPA - Environmental Protection Agency  (Jul. 11, 2011)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is issuing a proposal under the Clean Air Act that would waive requirements for systems used at gas station pumps to capture potentially harmful gasoline vapors while refueling cars. The proposal is part of the Obama Administration’s initiative to review outdated and redundant rules and ensure ...

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