Calgon Carbon Corporation

Industry: Manufacturing

About Calgon Carbon Corporation

The Mission of Calgon Carbon Corporation is to develop and apply activated carbon technologies to protect people and the environment from contaminants in water, air, food and industrial processes, while developing and maintaining a highly motivated workforce that has a strong commitment to its customers, shareholders, and society.

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Why Work at the Company?

Calgon Carbon got its start in 1942, working with the U.S. government to develop and supply high quality impregnated activated carbon for personal and collective protection. Today, armed forces for the U.S. and NATO still rely on Calgon Carbon to safeguard first responders and military personnel against homeland threats. Calgon Carbon holds the highest standards in the development, testing, and production of its products. We are very selective with the carbon we use and our Ultraviolet (UV) Division is considered to be a leading expert in UV disinfection water treatment with almost 30 years of experience.

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