A r g o N a m e s Nietsch To Pollution Control Post

H. Erich Nietsch has been appointed marketing manager of the Pollution Systems Division of Argo Marine. Mr. Nietsch will be concerned with the worldwide marketing of marine sanitation equipment, oily water separators, oil sorbents (for oil spills), compactors and incinerators.

A marine engineer and Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate, Mr. Nietsch comes to Argo with over 15 years' experience in the pollution field. Most recently, he was with the Penco Division of Hudson Engineering as product sales manager in pollution control. Previously, he was with Engelhard Industries, where he served as marketing manager for Chloropac (sodium hypochlorite generating), and Capac (impressed current cathodic protection) Systems. Mr. Nietsch was also previously associated with Marland/Clear Water.

"My Marland/Clear Water experience should be especially valuable," Mr. Nietsch stated, "since physical/chemical systems are the accepted technology of today for marine sanitation equipment. We have found that the physical/ chemical systems — because they are compact and simple to install and operate — are best suited for shipboard requirements." The Argo Pollution Systems D i v i s i o n is capable of providing equipment, renewal parts and service anywhere in the world without delay. For information, write to Erich Nietsch, Argo Marine, 140 Franklin Street, New York, N.Y. 10013.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 23,  Dec 15, 1978

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