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Bruce Ernst Appointed New Executive VP of Regulatory Affairs

November 2, 2018

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 2, 2018--A-Gas (U.S.) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Ernst as their new Executive VP of Regulatory Affairs, effective immediately.

Bruce is an experienced executive with a breadth of experience in the chemical industry, and regulatory policies.

“A-Gas continues to make investments in its people and in the future of the halocarbon industry,” said Bruce. “We are committed to ensuring that environmental responsibility is in the forefront of the halocarbon market.”

Bruce holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh and an M.S. in Adult Education. In addition to many industry affiliations, he has been a frequent guest lecturer at several business schools throughout the U.S.

A-Gas (U.S.) is a trading subsidiary of A-Gas International (headquartered in Bristol, UK) and is the largest refrigerant recovery and reclamation company in the United States. The company’s core business offers environmental solutions and lifecycle management services for ozone depleting substances and global warming agents including CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs and Halons in the HVAC/Refrigeration and Fire Suppression Industries. For more information about A-Gas please visit our website www.agasamericas.com.

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CONTACT: A-Gas

Jaclyn Schilkey, 419-867-8990

Jaclyn.schilkey@agas.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA OHIO

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MANUFACTURING CHEMICALS/PLASTICS OTHER MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT

SOURCE: A-Gas

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