The order includes baghouses to filtrate lead dust from several furnaces in two North American plants where Johnson Control melts batteries to recycle lead.

“The recycling industry is an interesting and growing business and Johnson Control is a demanding customer. Getting this order shows our ability to create eco-efficient production with a unique technology resulting in lead emission levels well under the stated requirements,” said Sven Kristensson, CEO of Nederman.
Installation is planned to take place in the second and third quarters of 2014.