Met-Pro Environmental Air Solutions
Combines the internationally recognized air pollution control technologies of Duall, Flex-Kleen, Bioreaction Industries and Met-Pro Systems to provide a total air pollution control solution. Products are particularly effective for eliminating odor at wastewater treatment facilities and sewage plants, and for degasification of contaminated ground water. Products include chemical and biological odor control systems, fume and emergency gas scrubbers, wet particulate collectors, carbon adsorbers, mist eliminators, air strippers, degasifiers, ducting and exhaust fans. We also provide broad engineering and field service capabilities via our Met-Pro Industrial Services team.

Address

1550 Industrial Drive
Owosso, MI 48867
United States
Phone: 989-725-8184
Fax: 989-725-8188

Product Categories

Odor Control Equipment; Contract Operation & Maintenance Services; Scrubbers; Filters, Air; Emission Control Equipment

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