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One Total Solution for the Building Materials Market

That’s a Breath of Fresh Air!


Despite significant progress, air pollution in the United States continues to harm people’s health and the environment. Fine particulate matter, ground-level ozone and nitrogen dioxide are just some of the common emissions from today’s building materials manufacturers. If left unabated, these pollutants can cause adverse respiratory effects including increased asthma symptoms among other breathing illnesses. Over time, these components cause photochemical smog and are also harmful to vegetation – damaging foliage, decreasing growth and reducing crop yields.

CECO Environmental commonly addresses these challenges with clean, safe and efficient solutions as one unified system:



We offer a wide range of technologies and solutions for air pollution control and product recovery that optimize your total cost of ownership. Whether you require industrial ventilation, hazardous gas and odor control, volatile organic compound (VOC) and particulate abatement, or particle recovery, CECO can deliver the solution.

Get the Trends

The building products industry has four major trends that are shaping the future of emission mitigation and will significantly affect the success of companies involved within this market:

    1. Environmental workplace liability: There is concern among consumers about how the impact of construction on the environment is affecting the practices of many wood product companies. Manufacturers ensure the wood they use is harvested and manufactured in a sustainable way.
    2. Sustainable construction: The rebound of the U.S. construction industry after the global economic crisis of the late 2000s is likely to create demand for building products, including gypsum, which is used in over 96% of building construction. Between 2014 and 2018, overall U.S. construction spending increased more than 20%.
    3. Residential rebound: Manufacturing construction materials can produce significant environmental pollution. Dust of various sorts, including combustible dust, emissions from burning fuels, and various solid waste products are subject to government regulations. 
    4. Respiratory issues: New rules proposed by regulators are designed to put stricter limits on dust exposure in the workplace.

Learn about these trends and more in our latest infographic!



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Case Studies

Discover how companies across a broad spectrum of industries use our solutions to achieve greater manufacturing performance while remaining regulatory compliant. 


Biofuels Recycling Facility

RTO Provides 99%+ VOC Destruction for Biofuel Recycling Facility in California

Window and Door Manufacturer

No Downtime, Minimal Energy Costs for RTO at Window and Door Manufacturing Facility in Seattle

Recreational Vehicle Manufacturer

99% VOC Abatement, Minimal Maintenance Makes RTO the Clear Choice for RV Paint Shop in Oregon

Wood Cabinet Manufacturer

Lower than Expected Energy Costs and VOC Compliance for Wood Cabinet Finishing in Washington