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Short Description: Haarslev Industries manufacturers processing equipment to customers in the meat, pet food, fish, oil, environmental protection and biofuel industries world-wide. It offers several odor control equipments: scrubbers, RTOs, etc.
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Website: Ozone.ch
Short Description: Since 2000, ozone.ch offers customized solutions, making sure to offer a quality service in a respecting’s context the environment, whether for water treatment, solutions for ozone or air treatment; using ozone to eliminate odors in homes, WWTPs, e
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Website: Oxicrew
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Website: Gee & Company
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Website: E.I.Tech
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Short Description: BIONIK filter systems GmbH, designs and implements projects in the field of environmental engineering. BIONIK has built hundreds of exhaust gas- and air purification plants based on biotechnologies and other technologies
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