2007-09-26 / People

A $6,000 'cellution'


The Augusta Technical College Foundation is $6,000 richer when it comes to technical education and workforce development, thanks to the Purification Cellutions/ MeadWestvaco Foundation. Burke County site manager John Nichols, left, presented the gift to college president Terry D. Elam during a recent gathering. The manufacturing facility, which is located off Veterans Memorial Parkway, produces activated carbon filters that help bring car and truck gasoline emissions to near zero levels. The Augusta Technical College Foundation is $6,000 richer when it comes to technical education and workforce development, thanks to the Purification Cellutions/ MeadWestvaco Foundation. Burke County site manager John Nichols, left, presented the gift to college president Terry D. Elam during a recent gathering. The manufacturing facility, which is located off Veterans Memorial Parkway, produces activated carbon filters that help bring car and truck gasoline emissions to near zero levels.

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