Barnebey-Cheney Engineering Company forms in Ohio to supply activated carbons for commercial and industrial applications.
Barnebey-Cheney Engineering develops solvent recovery systems based on activated carbon technology, resulting in the formation of the American Solvent Recovery Corporation.
U.S. military purchases impregnated activated carbon for use in World War II military gas masks, continuing to this day.
Barnebey-Cheney Engineering merges with the American Solvent Recovery Corporation to form Barnebey-Cheney.
Barnebey-Cheney develops special impregnated carbons along with containment housings for adsorption of radioactive iodine compounds for the nuclear power industry.
Barnebey-Cheney establishes the market wherein custom reactivation of exhausted carbon is recycled from a customer and returned to the customer.
Barnebey-Cheney merges with Sutcliffe Speakman forming Barnebey & Sutcliffe Corporation.
Barnebey & Sutcliffe partners with American Commonwealth Management Services (ACMS) to add food-grade custom reactivation.
Barnebey & Sutcliffe purchases Sorbtech and establishes a significant relationship with Haycarb, Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of coconut shell-based activated carbon.
Barnebey & Sutcliffe is acquired by Calgon Carbon Corporation, an international provider of air and water purification solutions. Barnebey Sutcliffe, a Division of Calgon Carbon, is formed.
Barnebey & Sutcliffe is acquired by Continental Carbon Group.
Barnebey Sutcliffe, a Division of Continental Carbon Group (CCG) provides "one-stop shop" solutions to the containment and commercial HVAC markets with the widest line of domestically manufactured carbon products and equipment, technical support, highly respected field services, and ecologically friendly spent carbon recycling. Barnebey Sutcliffe combines a high level of technical expertise and flexible engineering to meet customer requirements. With quick quotations, industry-leading delivery times, and customizable integrated systems we have been able to promptly earn the business needed to remain a foremost supplier of containment and HVAC solutions.