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August 1, 1991
Watson General Corp., a La Jolla holding company for environmental concerns, said Wednesday that it bought 81% of Envir-Alert Inc., an Anaheim company that sells software for monitoring underground storage tanks. Watson General said it paid $150,000 for the stock and will lend the cash-strapped Envir-Alert an additional $150,000. Envir-Alert has just landed contracts with three major oil companies to monitor their cleanup of fuel tanks.
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April 27, 1995
EnvirAlert, a subsidiary of Irvine-based Watson General Corp., has agreed to install a fuel-tracking software system into the corporate headquarters and regional offices of Sheetz Inc. in Altoona, Pa. The software, called TankControl, is designed to monitor fuel levels in the underground tanks that feed retail gas pumps at Sheetz's 173 convenience stores in four states. The software will also collect data to satisfy underground tank safety standards and environmental-compliance reporting.
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BUSINESS
April 27, 1995
EnvirAlert, a subsidiary of Irvine-based Watson General Corp., has agreed to install a fuel-tracking software system into the corporate headquarters and regional offices of Sheetz Inc. in Altoona, Pa. The software, called TankControl, is designed to monitor fuel levels in the underground tanks that feed retail gas pumps at Sheetz's 173 convenience stores in four states. The software will also collect data to satisfy underground tank safety standards and environmental-compliance reporting.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1991
Watson General Corp., a La Jolla holding company for environmental concerns, said Wednesday that it bought 81% of Envir-Alert Inc., an Anaheim company that sells software for monitoring underground storage tanks. Watson General said it paid $150,000 for the stock and will lend the cash-strapped Envir-Alert an additional $150,000. Envir-Alert has just landed contracts with three major oil companies to monitor their cleanup of fuel tanks.
BUSINESS
June 17, 1996
Stephen F. Hull has joined Fluor Corp., an Irvine global engineering, construction and diversified services company, as vice president and treasurer. He will have responsibility for the company's risk management, real estate, trust investments and treasury operations divisions. Hull was previously with Hughes Aircraft Co. for 13 years, most recently as vice president and treasurer for Hughes Communications.
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