MET TECHNOLOGY WINS FGD AWARD IN INDIA

Lebanon, Pennsylvania – July 24, 2019 | Marsulex Environmental Technologies (“MET”) has announced the award of a contract for flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems by an Indian government power company at its thermal power plant in the State of Jharkhand. MET’s licensee for India, Thermax Limited, has concluded the order for two FGD units at 500MW capacity each that are designed to meet mandated requirements for regulation of SOx emissions from coal‐fired power plants. The scope of supply includes the design, engineering, manufacturing, civil work, construction, and commissioning of the systems. The project is to be completed over a 30‐month period.

M.S. Unnikrishnan, MD & CEO of Thermax Limited stated: “This prestigious order reinforces our capabilities in supporting power plants to meet the stringent emission laws laid by the government in line with its commitment to the environment.”

Barry Stolzman, President of MET stated: “We at MET are proud that MET is helping to reduce the environmental impact of power plants in India and that our long‐standing alliance with Thermax Limited is continuing down a road of success.”

Mr. Unnikrishnan noted, “This alliance offers prospective clients the synergy of MET’s technology leadership and Thermax’s track record of providing emission control systems to industry majors in diverse markets.”

MET is a full‐service environmental company providing systems and services including OEM and upgrades to industrial and petrochemical customers and electric utilities. MET solutions include pre‐and postcombustion desulfurization technologies that generate valuable fertilizer byproducts and supplemental revenue streams for customers, as well as traditional air quality control systems such as wet, dry and semidry FGD systems, dry sorbent injection for SO3 control, mercury control, fabric filter and electrostatic precipitator technologies. MET’s technologies combined have been installed on over 200 gigawatts of electric generation in 22 countries across the globe. For further information, visit www.met.net.