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Happy New Year From the SAS-ES Team!

Posted by Sophie Cochrane on 08-Jan-2019 11:00:00
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From all the team here at SAS-ES we hope you had a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 2018 was a pleasure and we are very much looking forward to hearing from you all again in 2019, for what is sure to be another very busy and exciting year. We wanted to use this blog post to let you know what SAS-ES could do for you in the upcoming year.

Happy New Year

At SAS-ES we are looking to help our clients make a real impact in 2019, and to do so quickly by starting off the year on the right basis. We provide a range of products that can often reduce costs and do so easily, robustly and with little upfront investment. 

Our PitClean product range will remove any SBM or OBM cake and residue from pits, tanks, trucks and supply vessels, and typically reduce chemical consumption by 65%. At the same time our clients tell us their slops waste is reduced by 70% or more simply by switching to the SAS PitClean 102C or PitClean 202C. Both successful since 2002!

Of course, if it is waste management or waste oil recovery you are active in, our SludgeTreat products can recover virtually all free oil from your waste and reduce waste for disposal by up to 80-90%.

To get started we can support you quickly and efficiently by evaluating your requirements and process. We can carry out lab evaluations to provide a recommendation of the best equipment and chemistry needed. Or we can visit your site and work with your team to understand the project, and design the right waste management approach for your drilling waste, oil slops, or oil sludge. 

2019 could be the year that SAS-ES help you, the same way we have helped our other clients the past 19 years to reduce their waste and recover valuable oil. So why not get in contact with one of the team members through email, or reach out to us on LinkedIn or Twitter.

Keep up to date with SAS-ES in 2019 by subscribing to this blog, where you will find regular tips and tools to improve your waste management process and help you treat your oil based waste.

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