Ecopro was founded in 1998, along with the Kyoto Protocol and the global call for the environment business.
Since then, Ecopro developed reduction device for PFCs catalyst, greenhouse and hazardous gas, chemical filter technology, energy saving VOC removal system, and led the Korean environmental business as the one and only company in the field of air pollution prevention and post processing.
And in May 2021, the environmental business division of Ecopro starts fresh as Ecopro HN. Fine dust reduction solution / Remove VOCs, the cause of fine dust from heavy industry, automobile and chemical industry Greenhouse gas mitigation solution / Contributes to environment protection by degrading greenhouse gas from semiconductor and display industry Clean room chemical filter / Remove hazardous gas emitted from inside of clean room of semiconductor and display process.
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think about tomorrow. Energy and environmental technology for the future.
251 peopleAs of late 2021
Sales: 90.9 billion wonAs of late 2021
7.7 billion wonAs of late 2021
We aim to impress beyond customer satisfaction by providing a total service where we identify the customer’s air environment issues, diagnose the environment conditions, and provide solutions and follow-up maintenance.
Harmful gases are eliminated selectively through physical/chemical adsorption using various adsorbents that are widely used, ranging from industrial facilities to purification filters for domestic purposes, vehicles, gas masks, etc.
It contributes to yield enhancement and the improvement of work environment by innovatively controlling the harmful gases generated in the process of manufacturing electric/electronic products, such as semiconductors and displays as well as from other chemical plants.
ECOPROHN’s differentiated technology can control over 99% of the greenhouse gases—e.g., PFC, N₂O and NF₃,that score high on the Global Warming Potential (GWP).
We construct a system that eliminates or reduces the air pollutants and harmful substances that are emitted due to rapid industrialization.