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Total Air Pollution Control (TAPC) Pty Ltd

Total Air Pollution Control Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and managed company that was formed in 2001 to be the Australasian representative for BHA Group Inc (now GE Energy).

TAPC quickly established itself as one of the region's leading industrial air pollution control companies, particularly in the field of particluate capture using electrostatic precipitators and fabric filters.

In 2007 the Environmental Group Operations Pty Ltd (EGL) acquired TAPC to supplement its already substantial air pollution control business. EGL's air pollution control business was formed in 1968 (as Ceilcote and then Horizon APC).  Since that time, the business has become the largest in Australia at removing gaseous pollutants from industrial processes.

In 2012 it was decided to merge the two business units into one entity; Total Air Pollution Control (TAPC).  In so doing, forming Australia's largest and most comprehensive air pollution control company.  No matter what the pollutant, TAPC has the technology, experience and capability to capture it.

EGL is listed on the Australian stock exchange under the code "EGL". TAPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of EGL.

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"Australia's Leading Air Pollution Control Company"


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