“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
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.
Time is money… and in the oil waste treatment industry having the capability to effectively treat more waste faster is the Holy Grail.
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!
“What are the possible risks to consider when running a pilot test?” In this blog I’d like to discuss the concept of a pilot test in relation to oil sludge treatment, why it’s important, some of the possible risks and a few tips to minimize these risks.
If you’re involved in treating oil-contaminated slops and sludges, it’s likely you either use, or have considered using, chemicals in your treatment process.