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Automobiles+Concepts+Environments

reducing the costs*                      

218 Twyford St.                                                                                                Ph: 613-738-0712  Fx: -:8946

Ottawa, Ontario                 A.C. "Al" Gullon, BSc., PEng.              eM: al@alsaces.ca

CANADA K1V 0V9                                                                                                  Web: www.alsaces.ca

*what anyone else kndofra dollar an engineer kndofra dime

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Because of Al’s professional background (see short bio below*) ACE’s operates in two of the many automobile ‘environments’. Which would you like to visit at this time?

 

TRAFFIC SAFETY

 

The Automobile and the Environment (not yet available)

 

 

 

*This short biography appears at the end of the Paris paper:

About the author

Mr. Gullon retired from Environment Canada in February, 1996 to establish ACEs. Immediately prior to retirement he had spent five years managing a program which assisted small business in the development of innovative recycling technology. His work experience includes about a decade each as a motor transport officer in the Canadian military, as the chief of motor vehicle emissions for Environment Canada and, latterly, in various technical management positions with that department. He has separate (by ten years) science and engineering degrees and, in his off-hours over the past decade, has been nosing around in economics.