Four Agents N a m e d By N a t i o n a l M a r i n e Service

National Marine Services Incorporated, St. Louis, Mo., has announced the appointment of four manufacturers agents for its line of oil/water separators which control water pollution and recover reusable oils.

Tate Engineering, Inc., with offices in West Conshohocken, Pa., and Baltimore, Md., has been appointed for the area of eastern Pennsylvania, eastern Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and northwestern New Jersey.

Telco, Inc., based in Cleveland, Ohio, will service northern Ohio.

George P. Dempler Company, Bridgeville, Pa., will cover western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and southeastern Ohio.

M & H Equipment Company of Minneapolis will cover Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, and the west- ern part of the upper peninsula of Michigan.

The National Marine systems are known as OilMaster™ for industrial applications, and Bilge- Master® for marine use. The announcement was made by C.L.

Thompson, general manager of National Marine's Products Division at 827 Hanley Industrial Court, St. Louis, Mo. 63144.

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