Oradell, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/07/2014 -- Burns and Roe has been awarded a contract from Covanta Energy Corporation to perform the detailed design associated with the installation of baghouses as replacement pollution control devices for existing electrostatic precipitators at the Essex County Resource Recovery Facility located in Newark, NJ.
Burns and Roe will work closely with Covanta Energy to support the replacement of three existing electrostatic precipitators with new fabric filter baghouses in order to reduce particulate matter and other emissions. Construction is expected to commence in 2014 and completed by 2016.
“Our team is committed to support this state-of-the art emissions project,” stated Erol Ozkirbas, Senior Vice President - Power Generation and Distribution Division of Burns and Roe. “We look forward to providing expert engineering services and continuing our relationship with Covanta Energy Corporation.”
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