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Mark Zwinderman

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Key Steps to Evaluate your Oil Waste Treatment Process

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 24-Sep-2019 10:00:00

Here at SAS Environmental Services we believe there are certain key steps you should take when evaluating how to treat your oil waste treatment process. These steps include identifying your objectives, looking after your decanter centrifuge, finding the best chemistry possible, and developing the most effective waste process. Here's a bit more information...

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6 Top Techniques to Improve Your Oil Sludge Treatment Process

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 17-Sep-2019 11:00:00

If you are a part of a waste treatment company dealing with oil contaminated slops and sludge, you have seen all types of wastes. There is probably a good chance that at one time or another you received a truckload of some especially tough waste that your existing process just could not crack.

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5 Clues You're Spending Too Much on Hazardous Waste Disposal

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 10-Sep-2019 10:00:00

If you’re a waste management company providing services for the oil and gas industry, you know all too well that the disposal of oil contaminated hazardous waste is extremely costly.

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What's Your Waste Management Problem?

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 03-Sep-2019 11:00:00

Here at SAS-ES we love talking to our customers. Talking about what’s working, what’s not working, and one of our favourite topics of conversations is problems!

We love solving problems - the bigger and messier the better. That is why this blog post is dedicated to problems… and of course finding solutions to these problems. 

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Can Technology Improve Health and Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry?

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 27-Aug-2019 10:00:00

Health and safety is an aspect of the oil and gas industry that includes all players, such as the government, companies, associations, workers, and so on. In the UK this aspect of the industry is of paramount importance, and it is believed that the new digital transformation which is sweeping through the industry can help the sector improve health and safety even further. 

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Tank Bottom Sludge Oil Recovery

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 20-Aug-2019 11:00:00

SAS-ES receive many oil sludge waste samples, for this particular project the sample provided was black, oil coloured and contained a high oil content. The sample had been recovered from tank bottom sludge from a crude oil storage tank and sent to us by one of our customers to try and create a three-phase split of oil, water and solids. 

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Reduce Your Costs with Microemulsions

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 13-Aug-2019 10:00:00

You can reduce your logistical, shipping and transportation costs by treating, disposing and recycling your oil contaminated waste products, while minimising ecological and environmental risk along the way. SAS-ES products can help you save millions of pounds annually, and here's how...

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Injecting Quality into Oil Waste Treatment

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 06-Aug-2019 11:00:00

SAS Environmental Services helps refineries and waste management companies save millions of dollars every year by maximising oil recovery and minimising hazardous waste volumes, using our MIST Systems and chemistry.

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Mud Tank Cleaning Using Microemulsions

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 30-Jul-2019 10:00:00

We are all aware of the traditional method of manual mud tank cleaning, where teams of trained personnel enter contaminated mud tanks, often erecting scaffolding in order to gain access to the higher parts of the wall and the roof of the tank. However, we don't think this is the most efficient or effective way to get the cleaning done...

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How Microemulsions Can Solve Your Decommissioning Problems 

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 23-Jul-2019 11:00:00

Decommissioning is undoubtedly a major operational and environmental challenge for operators in the North Sea and other geographic locations. Following some highly publicised decommissioning projects there is pressure on operators and their service partners to adopt the best available technology and the best environmental option wherever possible, to ensure operations are carried out in a safe and environmentally sound manner.

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