SAS Environmental Services Blog

De-watering vs. SASES Oil Slops Treatment

Posted by Laura Susnea on 08-Oct-2019 11:00:00

Many customers arrive at our website or call us after having considered a number of options for their oil slops treatment. The standard for treating this waste is still to try and de-water using some kind of chemistry or blend the waste with oil solids and process through an energy intensive, slow thermal type of process.

The difference between de-watering oil slops waste and genuine treatment using the SASES chemistry and process is fundamental and creates a completely new economy in waste management.

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Topics: oil slops treatment, de-watering

MIST Month - "323" Almost Any Oil Waste

Posted by Sophie Cochrane on 23-Jan-2018 10:00:00

The MIST 323 system is used in both oil slops treatment and oil sludge treatment, and is capable of treating both solid waste and liquid waste. Solid waste including drill cuttings, oil sand, and heavy oil sludge. Liquid waste including oil slops, oil based mud waste, decommissioning waste, well washings, and refinery waste.

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Topics: Oil Sludge Treatment, oil recovery, oil slops treatment, oil waste treatment process, MIST systems

OTC 2016

Posted by Mark Zwinderman on 12-Apr-2016 18:23:47

The year has gone so fast again, and it is time for OTC Houston already and we will be there at the Scotland Pavillion (#2063) in the main NRG Centre. Best bring some comfortable shoes!

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Topics: oil waste treatment, oil sludge, oil slops treatment