Recognizing sustainable actions by businesses from across the state of Wisconsin, the Green Masters program works to identify companies that have taken actions within nine sustainability pillars. Participants receive recognition for their sustainability accomplishments and use the program to develop ideas to plan future sustainability actions.
For the seventh year in a row, Anguil has been recognized as a Wisconsin Green Masters Program Participant and has been acknowledged as a Green Professional within our industry. The Green Master Program provides a third-party, objective set of criteria for defining sustainability initiatives and legitimizes our work to push sustainability into our supply chain. Anguil is continually evaluated and accepted based on our involvement in key areas of sustainability and improvements in employee engagement, community involvement, and environmental performance.
While the past year has looked a little different as a large portion of our employees have continued to work remotely through the pandemic, Anguil has continued to make strides in our sustainability efforts. A major project completed this fall included the planting of 23 mature native trees, including oak, arbor vitae, maple, london planes, and Ohio buckeye trees, along the Anguil corporate headquarters in Milwaukee. These trees were specifically chosen and planted due to their high carbon sequestration.
On Anguil’s sustainability goals, the executive team believes, “It is important to us that every employee knows what we stand for, our values, and future goals. This takes some work, practice, repetition, and belief. In the end, it revolves around communication from every level of our organization. With this, we believe we can create a more sustainable company, saving time, money, resources, which then opens the doors for opportunity and growth.”
The Green Masters Program is an objective, point-based recognition, assessment, and certification program that enables Wisconsin businesses from any size or sector to measure and improve their sustainability strategy. The program has three levels of participation: Green Apprentice, Green Professional, and Green Master. Anguil has achieved Green Professional status. Each year the top 20 percent of the program’s companies are recognized as Green Master companies at the annual WSBC Conference, held in December.
“The Green Masters Program is a tool for businesses to assess and grow their sustainability actions, to benchmark against others in their industry, and to receive a third party credential recognizing their sustainability achievements,” says WSBC’s managing director, Jessy Servi Ortiz.
Anguil is thrilled to announce the official inauguration of the Anguil Environmental Systems Private LTD headquarters in India.
Anguil Environmental Private Ltd employees and vendors gather to celebrate the office opening
Since 1978, Anguil has been a burgeoning leader in the global air and water pollution control markets. In response to increased demand for its environmental technologies and services, Anguil Environmental Systems Inc. (Anguil) formed a wholly owned Indian subsidiary, Anguil Environmental Systems Private LTD, in June of 2020. Since formation, Anguil’s Indian office has been busy leveraging well-established partnerships and building on a favorable reputation based on several existing installations throughout India. Anguil is now thrilled to announce that the growing India team has officially inaugurated the new the Anguil Environmental Systems Private LTD headquarters located in Gujarat.
Located in the Atlantis Heights neighborhood in Subhanpura, the office is in a prime location for doing business within the Vadodara metro area. The office location is key to strategic growth and an unparalleled customer experience ― Gujarat is a hub for chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical companies. With an office in Vadodara, Anguil India’s team can leverage proximity to customers to meet their needs. Additionally, key vendors such as fabricators and component suppliers are located within five miles and the airport is located approximately 3 miles from the office.
The inauguration was marked with an office gathering and a special celebration. The day of the inauguration, September 3rd, 2021, was also the Ekadashi holiday. Ekadashi is an auspicious day in Hindu culture. It takes place on the eleventh day of the two lunar cycles of the month. Spiritually, Ekadashi symbolizes eleven senses constituting five sense organs, five action organs and one mind. People observe a fast to mark the day by controlling the eleven senses and consuming only permitted foods and refraining from others.
The celebration featured an extensive spread of Indian food and time for worship.
As a part of our inauguration day celebration, worship was conducted at the office. A priest was invited to help conduct worship. Key partners of Anguil India, including our fabricators, were invited to the festivities. The gathering included an extensive spread of food and time of fellowship together.
The office is located on the 6th floor of a 12-story building in a prime commercial area with many nearby corporate offices representing the information technology, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. The office, which is designed to serve as a center point of all business activities, will help integrate sales, engineering, project management, and service functions at one single location.
Having an established company in the local Indian market allows Anguil technologies to be manufactured utilizing local resources while avoiding substantial international freight costs and duties. Customers can expect a responsive, single source provider for their specific pollution control needs. With a dedicated local team of technical sales, engineering, and service resources at the ground level, the company seeks to serve the nation with the best technology at affordable price.
Congratulations to the Anguil India team on this special milestone in our growth into the India market.
Anguil’s pollution control technologies have been used for cleaner air, water, and energy in a wide range of manufacturing applications across almost every industry. The need to comply with pollution control regulations goes beyond ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance), as non-compliance with pollution control regulations can be extremely costly for businesses from many aspects.
The use of the proper pollution control technologies can lead to smaller overall production costs through energy-efficient design and reliable construction practices. Solutions from Anguil can lead to a dramatic reduction in costs as well as seamless integration through our expertise in system design and engineering.
Your Business, Your Process
Our designs combine widely used products with innovative, custom-engineered solutions. We aim to work closely with you to tailor our systems to your unique business needs. Ultimately, this means our systems can help you reduce overall costs, minimize non-compliance issues, and decrease your environmental footprint.
We employ a team of skilled engineers from a wide cross-section of disciplines, including mechanical, structural, environmental, and electrical engineering. This diversity allows us to deliver a tailored service whereby we can address a wide range of process needs.
Reliability of Design
It is extremely important to clients that our pollution control technology system designs are at the highest standard, and operational in a timely fashion. Throughout our system design, we use a gate process that allows us to ensure that each stage meets full quality control requirements before proceeding.
This allows us to ensure that our system design and engineering leads to maximum customer satisfaction from engineering through to commissioning. Our quality assurance team consistently monitors our processes to ensure we are meeting our core values of continuous improvement and enhanced customer experience.
Examples of Anguil’s System Design and Engineering in Practice
In recent times, the Chinese government has been increasing the restrictive nature of environmental protection regulations. In Shanxi Province, China, a mining company wanted to adopt a new technology to convert ventilation air methane (VAM) into usable energy. Anguil’s system design and engineering expertise was used to recommend the Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) technology which destroys emissions while using waste heat to generate energy. Anguil’s system design and engineering of the RTO also means that no auxiliary energy is necessary for combustion as long as minimal methane concentrations are maintained.
Anguil’s expertise in system design and engineering allowed us to work with a coil coating facility to generate steam and savings using waste heat. The facility wanted to minimize their exhaust air temperature and operating costs using an RTO.
The customer was able to utilize a large airflow and high exhaust temperature to create energy recovery measures and optimize processes while minimizing operating expenses. As the process needs a lot of steam this would provide a much-needed resource via energy recovery. Anguil installed an air-to-steam waste heat recovery boiler to recover exhaust waste heat from the natural gas-fired thermal oxidizer and created 25 psig of steam. This system design and engineering expertise led to the facility saving $216,770 per year, paying for itself within six months.
Air and water pollution can have a significant detrimental impact on both human health and the environment. Non-compliance with pollution control regulations can be both time-consuming and expensive. Your company could be given increasingly large financial penalties for not meeting regulation standards, resulting in higher overall costs for your company.
Severe soil contamination is a major cause for concern that can have a harmful impact on human health. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates the levels of pollution in soils to protect the environment and reduce the likelihood that people will come into contact with harmful contaminants. Sites that are severely polluted can be remediated using a choice of pollution control technologies, and the EPA rigorously enforces the need for soil remediation as part of the Superfund program.
Anguil is thrilled to announce we will be returning to CompositesWorld’s Carbon Fiber 2021 trade show November 9-11, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah. CompositesWorld’s Carbon Fiber 2021 provides an objective, comprehensive forum to discuss new developments for carbon fibers in emerging industrial markets.
Carbon fiber and composites processes can negatively impact the environment and company profit margins if careful consideration is not given to emission control during the production of these materials. Recent developments in air pollution abatement technologies have not only improved destruction capabilities but also allowed producers to reduce operating costs and improve up-time.
Anguil has developed the most advanced air pollution control technologies currently used for Carbon Fiber and Composites processes. Our proprietary designs offer high destruction efficiency, low greenhouse gas output, and energy recovery options for powering process systems. Anguil engineering experts will be onsite to discuss how our innovative solutions can meet the needs of your application. We look forward to seeing you there!
Air pollution can cause both long- and short-term effects on human health, damage to property and decrease atmospheric visibility. Air pollution can also have serious environmental effects, causing damage to the ozone layer, forests, and animal habitats.
To finish off an increasingly busy year of in-person trade shows, Anguil will be once again exhibiting at the Federation of Environmental Technologists (FET) trade show in Pewaukee, WI. Taking place December 7-9, 2021 at the Ingleside Hotel, Anguil experts will be at Environment 2021 to discuss our Air and Water pollution control solutions for industry. Visit us in booth 32P in the Lake Country Ballroom to discuss your application and to learn more about our solutions.
FET is an organization dedicated to educating and developing excellence in environmental, health and safety professionals. The goal of the Environment 2021 conference is to provide a high quality, high value hub for environmental training, information gathering, and networking opportunities. Anguil looks forward to exhibiting alongside some of the top environmental companies in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Anguil is pleased to be exhibiting in-person at the International Metal Decorating and Packaging Association (IMDPA) annual conference on October 5-7, 2021 in Oak Brook, IL. The two-day event brings together industry professionals and experts to discuss technological innovations and trends across the metal decorating and packaging industries.
The conference will take place at the Hilton – Oak Brook Hills Resort. Anguil experts will be onsite to discuss our innovative solutions for the Metal Decorating industry, including 2 & 3 Piece Can Makers, Coil Coating Operations, and Metal Painting companies. Metal decorators and packagers rely heavily on uptime to maintain profitability. Anguil’s engineering expertise and flexible solutions guarantee compliance and optimized performance so your plant can focus on production.
Registration and more information is available on the IMDPA web site. We look forward to seeing you there!
After a hiatus from in-person speaking events, Anguil will be presenting to attendees of the Coating Trends & Technologies trade show, taking place in Lombard, IL on September 8-9th, 2021. Coating Trends & Technologies is the Midwest’s leading coatings conference, bringing together the field’s leaders to discuss technology innovations across the industry. Anguil is a leading pollution abatement system provider in the Coating & Converting industry, particularly of Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs).
On Wednesday, September 8 from 1:00-1:30pm, Anguil’s Senior Application Engineer, Jason Schueler, will be speaking on An Overview of Emission Control Equipment Features, Components and Capabilities as a part of the Coating Process Engineering Track.
Coating companies currently required to comply with air emission regulations for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) are accustomed to the high cost of compliance. Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs) are increasingly used in a wide variety of coating applications for the destruction of VOCs, HAPs and even odors. There are features, components and unique capabilities to the RTO that coaters should understand before purchasing a new system or making modifications to an existing one. Jason’s presentation will address these topics as well as some of the process conditions and options that can affect destruction efficiency and operating costs. Jason has spent the past decade in the air pollution control industry specifically focusing on abatement systems for volatile organic compounds and hazardous air pollutants and brings a wealth of knowledge to the topic.
Registration and Attendee Information is available on the Coating Trends & Technologies web site. Jason and Anguil’s sales team will be available for questions after his presentation. We look forward to seeing you there!
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