Calgon Carbon Corp. (CCC), whose ultraviolet and activated carbon technologies help clean water and air, said Chairman Seth Schofield will retire at the 2014 annual shareholders’ meeting.
The Pittsburgh-based company said Schofield, a director since 1995, will step down at the end of his term in May and that the 74-year-old won’t be replaced on the board, reducing its number to nine. Calgon Carbon, whose shares have risen 37 percent this year, said the board will elect a new chairman later.
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