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Sofame receives $555k order

Sofame Technologies Inc. has received an order from Tozour Energy Systems (TES)—a full-service HVAC and building automation provider—to engineer and supply a $555,000 Percotherm heat recovery system. The unit is designed to reduce natural gas consumption and carbon emissions. The end-user is among the first manufacturing facilities in the US to achieve a newly developed EPA designation for pharmaceutical manufacturing as well as an environmental leadership award from the Alliance for Workplace Excellence, said the company.


Josh Costell, executive vice president and general manager of Tozour Energy Systems whose team sold the turn-key project stated, “This project is another example of how boiler heat recovery can reduce operating costs as well as carbon footprint. With TES expertise, our customers are saving money while achieving their corporate sustainability milestones,” said Josh Costell, executive VP and general manager of Tozour Energy Systems.


John Gocek, COO of Sofame stated: “Tozour Energy's commitment to Sofame's technology began in 2007. Building on the two high profile turn-key projects delivered in 2009 and by working closely together, Tozour Energy Systems and Sofame Technologies have established a strong presence in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.”

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May 8, 2010  By Newswire

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