Denmark takes a clean breath

Johnson Matthey has announced a strategic alliance with Denmark-based engineering consultants Averhoff Energi Anlaeg (AEA) to provide air pollution control catalysts for stationary sources, such as a chemical plant.

‘This alliance puts Johnson Matthey in the ideal position to service its customers’ growing need for emissions control systems on gas engines in Denmark,’ said Tim Benstead, business manager for Johnson Matthey’s European stationary source emissions control (SSEC) group.

‘It also follows the introduction of stringent regulations on unburned hydrocarbons (UHC) in 2006 and plans announced earlier this year by the Danish EPA to implement tougher formaldehyde limits in 2008.’

Johnson Matthey has specialised in the supply of catalyst and filter systems for the control of emissions from stationary sources since the 1960s.