Kimberton, PA. August 2, 2010. All4 Inc. (ALL4), with headquarters in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania suburb of Kimberton, announces the opening of ALL4's Southeast Regional Office in Columbus, Georgia. Columbus is located approximately 100 miles southwest of Atlanta and 90 miles east of Montgomery, Alabama. ALL4 also names Tony Owens, Sr. Consultant, as the Southeast Regional Office Director. ALL4 provides air quality consulting services to numerous heavily-regulated industries across the country; including pulp and paper, cement, waste management, power, and automotive in the southeast region. ALL4 plans to grow the Southeast Regional Office to ten people over the next three years. Read more about the Southeast Regional Office and Tony Owens in the press release.
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