APCE

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APCEAgence pour la Creation d'Entreprise (French)
APCEAssociation of Presbyterian Church Educators
APCEAssociation pour le Couple et l'Enfant (French: Association for the Couple and Child)
APCEAir Pollution Control Equipment
APCEAffinity Probe Capillary Electrophoresis
APCEAsociación Permanente de Cultura Ecologica (Permanent Association of Ecological Culture, Guatemala)
APCEAssemblée Parlamentaire du Conseil de l'Europe (French)
APCEAutomated Product Control Environment
APCEAssociation of Private Christian Educators
APCEAssociazione per la Protezione delle Corrosioni Elettrolitiche (Italian)
APCEAutomated Program Control Environment
APCEAsk, Pause, Call, Evaluate (student questioning method; US Army)
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* Development of New and Improved Air Pollution Control Equipment
We specialize in offering custom design, fabrication and complete industrial dust collection systems and air pollution control equipment for nearly every industry.
Environmental: The US market for air pollution control equipment related to volatile organic compounds will grow at an annual rate of a little over 5% in the next five years, according to a report from Business Communications.
* Costs to acquire tangible property, such as air pollution control equipment;
Frost & Sullivan today noted that a "significant increase" in air pollution control equipment technologies is on tap for the EU with the addition of 10 new member states and announced it will offer a Web-based briefing on the topic February 1.
HADEN DRYSYS Environmental has completed a contract to provide additional air pollution control equipment at Honda's car manufacturing plant, Swindon.
Jackson Center, PA, May 04, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Imperial Systems, Inc., a full-service dust collection and air pollution control equipment manufacturer and installation specialist, is now offering GreCon spark detection and extinguishment technology with its CMAXX line of dust and fume cartridge collector systems.
In 2008 DEP declared that the company had failed to properly permit and operate installed air pollution control equipment. G&K said it cooperated fully with the DEP to resolve this matter but disagrees with many of the characterisations and allegations made related to this settlement.
Legislation is creating "excellent growth opportunities" for the air pollution control equipment market in Western Europe, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.
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