Trans-Tech Energy and Environmental, Inc.

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Trans-Tech Energy and Environmental, Inc., is a consulting and technology transition company specializing in the newest "state of the art" technologies to address indoor air quality and odor control.

Our consulting team will investigate your problem, measure contaminants and air flows, and provide a recommended solution that will re-mediate your problem in a cost-effective manner.
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99 South 9th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 412-904-4203

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Presentations & Publications

2014

Gallegos, D., Tulenko, D. REM, “Ionized Odor Control Provides Sustainable Odor Control Solution at City of Rifle, CO”, Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility, Odors and Air Pollutants Conference, Water Environmental Federation, Miami, FL, June 2014.


Tulenko, D. REM, “Ten Year Performance Study for Air Ionized Odor Control at the Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District”, Grand Junction Water and Wastewater Conference, Grand Junction, CO, April 2014.


2013

Tulenko, D., REM, Isaac, E., “Air Ionized Odor Control Provides Sustainable Solution”, Buckeye Bulletin, Issue 13, 2013.


Tulenko, D., REM, Burns, B., “Air Ionized Odor Control for the Glenwood Springs Wastewater Treatment Facility” Rocky Mountain Water Environmental Association Annual Conference, Keystone, CO, September 2013.


2011

Tulenko, D. REM, Gallegos, D., “Air Ionized Odor Control for Both Large Wastewater Treatment Process Buildings and Problem Lift Stations Provides Sustainable Odor Control Solution”, Rocky Mountain Water Environmental Association Annual Conference, Loveland, CO, September 2011


2009

Tulenko, D., REM, “Home in the Valley – Things Coming Together Nicely for City of Rifle as it Moves Wastewater Treatment into the Twenty First Century, Friendly Working Environment for Operators Includes Odor Control”, Colorado Public Works Journal, February 2009.


2008

Tulenko, D. REM, “Fresh air in a Solids Processing Building – Air ionized odor control bests traditional capture and treat systems in energy and operations and maintenance costs at Denver Metro”, Water Environmental Federation Biosolids Technical Bulletin Volume 13, Number 5, September/October 2008.


2007

Tulenko, D. REM, Black, W., P.E.,“Mountain Fresh – Air Ionization Technology Shows Promise in Reducing Odors at US Treatment Facilities”, Water Environmental Federation WE&T Journal, April 2007.


2006

Tulenko., D., REM, Carver, M., P.E.“Polarized Air Ionization Technology”, Rocky Mountain Water Environmental Association, Rumbles Journal; Science Research and Technology, March 2006.


2005

Tulenko, D., REM, Braden, G., REM, “Polarized Air Ionization Technology”, National Registry of Environmental Professionals Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, October 19, 2005.


2004

Tulenko, D., REM, Carver, M., P.E., “Air Ionization for Odor Control at Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Full Scale Performance Data”, National Registry of Environmental Professionals Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, November 4, 2004.


Tulenko, D., REM, Carver, M., P.E., “Air Ionization for Odor Control at Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Full Scale Performance Data”, Water Environmental Association National Annual Meeting, (WEFTEC) New Orleans, LA, October 2004.


2003

Tulenko, D., REM, “Indoor Air Quality Control”, National Registry of Environmental Professionals Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, November 19, 2003.


2002

Tulenko, D., REM, “Ionization for Odor Control – Operating Installations”, Water Environmental Association Specialty Conference on Odors and VOCs, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 29, 2002.


2000

Tulenko, D, REM, “Air Ionization for Odor Control”, Ohio Water Environmental Association Annual Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio, June 27, 2000.


1997

Tulenko, D., REM, “Ionization Tubes Used to Control Odors at the Source”, WaterWorld Magazine, October 1997.

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