About Us

AirClean's roots lie in equipment and process engineering surrounding air-pollution control and boiler systems. Bill Hunter, AirClean's owner, founded the company in 1999. Bill built a base load of customers in the Pacific Northwest providing engineering support and process equipment. In 2004, AirClean received its first design build contract and shortly thereafter began providing industrial, energy-efficiency engineering support for the Bonneville Power Administration and its customers. Since then, AirClean has purchased its Seattle fabrication facility and expanded our staff to support our customers domestically and abroad. We appreciate your interest in AirClean and look forward to the opportunity of working with you.

Key Staff:
Bill Hunter, P.E.-
bhunter@aircleantech.com:
Sales Manager

  • Currently serving on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) committee to write the complementary fan standard to ASME EA-2 “Energy Assessment for Pumping Systems.”
  • Certified Specialist and Instructor for the DOE’s FSAT software
  • Member of a large, industrial manufacturer’s Energy Efficiency Team

Bill also maintains involvement in:

  • Association of Energy Engineers
  • ASME
  • Association of Iron and Steel Technology (AIST)
  • Technical Association for the Pulp and Paper Industry

Chris Dayton, P.E. - cdayton@aircleantech.com:
Engineering Manager

  • Over 15 years experience as a mechanical design engineer and project manager
  • Extensive experience with biomass-fired, refuse-derived-fuel and recovery boilers
  • Knowledgeable in ASME and NBIC code
  • Manages system design, equipment specification & purchase, and on-site supervision

Eric Hille - ehille@aircleantech.com:
Production Manager

  • 3-D drawing development
  • Fabrication
  • QA/QC
  • Aftermarket Field Service Support